Settlers to Palestinian laborers: ‘Work with human rights groups and lose your job’

Palestinian construction worker build a new house in the Jewish West Bank settlement of Har Gilo, on the outskirts of Jerusalem, Monday, Sept. 7, 2009. Defense Minister Ehud Barak signed some of the permits needed to construct 500 new houses in West Bank settlements the new housing, which was decided on by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, will be built in six settlements, all of which are included in the settlement blocs that Israel wants to keep under any peace agreement. Photo by Kobi Gideon / FLASH90
Flyers posted in villages near Gush Etzion warn Palestinian laborers they will be banned from nearby settlements should they cooperate with anti-occupation groups.
Settlers in the southern West Bank posted flyers warning Palestinian laborers not to cooperate with Israeli human rights activists or organizations if they want to keep their jobs.
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