‘Israel’ to “economically” target intl pro-Palestine activists

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- New Israeli Minister of war, Naftali Bennet, ordered on Tuesday to “economically” target international pro-Palestine activists under the pretext of supporting the resistance, according to Israeli Channel 12.

According to a statement published on the Israeli channel, several international human rights activists, who are allegedly working for the resistance, will be targeted and prevented from using their properties in occupied Palestine and other countries.

Bennet said the decision is the first of a series of other future decisions that aim at sanctioning the activists. The occupation state will soon publish a list of the targeted activists.

Among the targeted activists, Muhammad Heresh, leader of the Arab Organisation for Human Rights (AOHR UK) in UK, who was expelled by the Israelis to Lebanon in 1992 then he moved to the United Kingdom. The Israelis claim that Heresh is Hamas member and that his NGO serves the interests of Hamas.

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