Father Peter Dougherty, 65, and Sister Mary Ellen Gundeck, 55, both Michigan-based peace activists, sit on the roof top of the house of Mohammed Weil Baroud, leader of the Popular Resistance Committees that Israel targeted for destruction, in Beit Layiha, northern Gaza Strip, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2006. They are the first foreigners to join a week-long standoff between Palestinian 'human shields' and the Israeli air force. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
See the smiling "peace activists" in front of posters of people with submachine guns and other known terrorists.
See them happily talking with people who want to see the terror groups continue to kill Jews with impunity.
See how they claim to be even-handed yet they will never visit Sderot and sit in solidarity with the families there under constant threat from rockets.
Sister Mary Ellen told Ynet, “We are here to find out the truth and to be with the family and these people, who are trying to prevent the demolition of a home where an entire family lives.”
The Sister continued, “We are against any type of violence, whether from the Palestinian side or the Israeli side, but we are here to be with a family that may have their house bombed and demolished because of the claim that one or two members are involved in violence.”
See how they say that the idea that the head of a terror group, with dozens of documented attacks against civilians, is involved in violence is only a "claim."
See how AP calls these people, who are knowingly and happily promoting a terror agenda, "peace activists."