Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
Palestine
Archbishop Capucci viciously assaulted by Israeli occupation soldiers
Archbishop Capucci viciously assaulted by Israeli occupation soldiers
The Syrian delegation arrived in Jordan on Thursday morning, they were taken then to the Daraa at the Jordan-Syria border.
Friday, June 4,2010 23:29
PIC&Ikhwanweb

DAMASCUS, -- The Syrian delegation which participated in the Freedom Flotilla and was detained for three days by the Israeli occupation revealed upon its return to Syria on Thursday that its members were assaulted and barbarically treated by the Israeli occupation soldiers.

The Syrian delegation arrived in Jordan on Thursday morning, they were taken then to the Daraa at the Jordan-Syria border.

The delegation comprised exiled Archbishop of Jerusalem Hilarion Capucci, two men and a woman.

The elderly archbishop said that the Israeli occupation soldiers barbarically assaulted the peace activists on the ship including himself as they tied his hands without showing any humanity or courtesy and one of the soldiers actually tried to push him to the ground.

The archbishop added that the Israel attack on the flotilla exposed the Israeli racism and fascism pointing out that the aim of the activists was to break the siege on Gaza and to expose the Zionist entity for what it really is.

Archbishop Capucci stressed that the strength of Israel is relative and that "Israel is strong because we are weak. Our weakness stems from our disunity." He called for unity amongst the Palestinian in their struggle to regain their rights.

For her part, Shadha Barakat, 45, who was also travelling on the same ship, said that Israeli occupation soldiers did throw bodies of Turkish activists in the sea after killing them, pointing out that the Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla was another dark chapter to be added to the Israeli long criminal record.

tags: Freedom Flotilla / Israeli Occupation / Jerusalem / Israel Attack / Archbishop
Posted in Palestine  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
IOF troops quill demonstrations protesting attack on the Freedom Flotilla
Demonstrators worldwide slam Israeli massacre on Freedom Flotilla
Nicaragua cuts off ties with Israel in protest at attacking Freedom Flotilla
European campaign: We received funding for three ships of Freedom Flotilla 2
Israel threatens Irish vessel with similar fate to that of Freedom Flotilla
Pakistan echoes with pro Freedom Flotilla demonstrations
The Freedom Flotilla in the face of the Nazis of our time
Hamas: Israel fully responsible for its brutal attack on Freedom Flotilla
MB Statement on Israel's military massacre against the Freedom Flotilla
Greece summons Israeli ambassador over attack on Freedom Flotilla
URGENT: Sources report arrest of Egyptian MP on board the "Freedom flotilla" following Israeli attack and massacre
European campaign: Israel will pay dearly for attacking Freedom Flotilla
Sheikh Raed Salah seriously injured in the IOF assault on Freedom Flotilla
16 killed in the IOF attack on the Freedom Flotilla
Khudari calls for international protection for Freedom Flotilla
Turkey asks Israel not to intercept the Freedom Flotilla
Freedom Flotilla turns down Israeli offer to enter Gaza via land route
Freedom Flotilla ships sail together for Gaza on Thursday
Abu Zuhri: Threatening freedom Flotilla state terrorism
Herzog: Freedom Flotilla will reach Gaza if there are pledges to release Shalit
Archbishop of Canterbury?s deafening silence over Israeli bullying
Statement on the Kidnapping of Chaldean Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho in Mosul
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Sharia Debate
Archbishop of Canterbury’s Remarks: We Need a Thoughtful Discourse, Not Hysterical Discord
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Trouble with Shariah
Jordanian MB Honors Jerusalem Archbishop
Akef Expresses His Condolences For The Death of Archbishop Matta el Meskeen