Palestine supporters say Gov. Dayton backs Israeli Zionists

"There are not enough children to be killed to be safe," says Karen Redleaf Schraufnagel, a Jew and an organizer for Minnesota Coalition for Palestinian Rights, spoke to the now weekly gathering of support for Palestinian victims of the Israeli bombing of Gaza. The previous day, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton had met with a congregation in Minnetonka, MN voicing unconditional support for the Israeli action.

Schraufnagel pointed out that the bombing of hospitals and schools is a violation of International law.

This was the second rally at Summit and Snellling in St. Paul. Weekly actions are planned until the bombing ceases.

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  • If we were a real Christian nation, we would be sickened about what is happening in Gaza. Aren't we all God's children? The U.S. and the leaders of the world must stop this carnage against people who just want to live a normal life. - by Wilma Drayer on Wed, 07/30/2014 - 11:36pm
  • "There are not enough children to be killed to be safe," --I honestly don't understand this sentence. Perhaps Schraufnagel will reconsider it and frame her idea more clearly. - by Diggitt McLaughlin on Mon, 07/28/2014 - 11:29pm

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