Three people are facing charges following a pro-Palestine protest at Elbit Systems in Merrimack, New Hampshire, according to police.
Merrimack police said they received calls from employees at Elbit Systems, a defense contractor located at 220 Daniel Webster Highway, shortly before 8 a.m. saying that protestors were blocking the driveway and multiple people were believed to be on the roof of the building. Protesters have previously targeted Elbit Systems locations in Massachusetts and around the globe, alleging that the company is involved in Israel’s military campaign.
The Merrimack Fire Department was also called to the scene due to a report of smoke coming from the roof.
A preliminary investigation determined that the smoke that was coming from the building’s roof was caused by an incendiary device similar to ones later located on one of the suspects. While clearing the roof, officers noted additional damage consisting of more spraypainting, smashed skylights and damage to HVAC equipment.
The people attacked, vandalized, and attempt to burn down an Israeli owned company in the United States.
This is being sold as “Pro-Palestinian” but that’s a bunch of bullshit.
The people arrested were identified by police as Sophie Marika Ross, 22, of Housatonic, Massachusetts; Calla Mairead Walsh, 19, of Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Bridget Irene Shergalis, 27, of Dayville, Connecticut.
Calla Walsh works with the Mapping Project, supported by BDS.
— Calla 🔻 (@CallaWalsh) June 26, 2022
The Mapping Project is, ostensibly, a map of the businesses in the Boston area that should be boycotted for working with Israel.
In effect, it was a map of Jews and Jewish institutions. Jewish day schools, Synagogues, Chabads, were on the list.
It came to the attention of Congress because it was being used by antisemitic extremists.
So one of the radical leaders who attacked an Israeli owned company also runs a doxxing map to track Jews.
She’s also, apparently, a supporter of the IRA and PLO.
This is unadulterated Jew-hatred and socialisr support for Palestinian terrorism.
And it happened half an hour from where I sit now.