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Title: ICE Protests
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 12 August 2019 at 13:56
Surprise, Surprise. A group of kikes showing their unhappiness with anything that reduces the browning of a White nation.

https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5d50f693e4b0fd2733f25625

Dozens Arrested In NYC As ‘Jews Against ICE’ Protesters Hit The Streets Across The Nation

“We chose our traditional day of mourning to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger,” said the CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women.

By Mary Papenfuss
08/12/2019 04:07 AM ET

Members of the Jewish community and supporters marking the annual day of mourning Tisha B’Av took to the streets Sunday to protest the treatment of immigrants by the Trump administration.

Dozens were arrested in the Jews Against ICE protest as demonstrators occupied an Amazon Books store in midtown Manhattan. Protesters were demanding that Amazon Web Services end its cloud computing contracts with U.S. Customs and Enforcement and other technical services that help agents track down immigrants. People arrested were cheered as they were led to a city bus commandeered by police to transport their detainees.

Heard an estimate of 40 arrests, not sure if there’s an official number

There are so many #JewsAgainstICE arrested at Amazon here that the NYPD took over an MTA bus #NeveragainMeans

We are turning our grief into action and taking to the streets to demand that tech companies stop enabling the deportation machine terrorizing immigrant communities, separating families, and putting children in cages.#JewsAgainstICE #NoTech4ICE #NeverAgainIsNow #ClosetheCamps

Protesters gathered elsewhere in Washington, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and scores of other cities. Protesters chose Tisha B’Av, traditionally a day when Jews fast and remember the destruction of two ancient temples and other disasters suffered by their community, to also mourn the suffering and fight for justice for immigrants in America.

“We are demanding an end to this unfolding modern-day catastrophe,” said organization T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, one of several groups that participated in the protest.

Many protesters wore T-shirts or held aloft banners reading “Never Again,” referring to the Holocaust. Others held signs underscoring comparisons between America and Hitler’s Germany, and concentration and “migrant camps.” 

“This is personal for the Jewish community,” Rabbi Yael Rapport of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York told Haaretz. “Public outcry, especially in our modern age, can really change attitudes, and change policy. This is a deeply Jewish thing to do.”

Sheila Katz, CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women, told The Washington Post: “We chose today, our traditional day of mourning, to be sad together. But we also wanted to share our anger.”