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Anger at Northern Ireland link to ‘Israel’s weapons of war’: Caterpillar bulldozers 'used to raze Palestinian homes' in Gaza -


Anger at Northern Ireland link to ‘Israel’s weapons of war’: Caterpillar bulldozers 'used to raze Palestinian homes' in Gaza -

“D9 bulldozers made by Caterpillar are on the streets of Gaza now,
leaving a trail of destruction behind them, razing thousands of
Palestinian homes and farms in recent years,” he said.

“They have
destroyed electricity lines, water supplies, and sewerage systems. These
bulldozers are used as strategic weapons which form a vital part of
Israel’s military arsenal.

“They have left tens of thousands of people homeless and without
access to vital services which they need to live. I have seen first-hand
the damage they have done.

“Given that people of Northern Ireland
suffered during their own conflict, I ask them and their politicians,
from the bottom of my heart, to stop supporting this company

I meet here are appalled at what is happening in Gaza. The goodwill
towards the Palestinian people is overwhelming. But we now need
practical help from the public and political leaders.”

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