Palestine: Brighton activists target factory making devices to bomb Gaza

Running Time: 5 mins 35 secs

Activists in Brighton surround the L3 Harris factory in Moulescoomb to draw attention to the fact that they’re making the release devices for bombs used by the Israeli miitary to bomb Gaza.

You may not have heard of L3 Harris; but you may well know them by their previous name EDO. In 2009, a group of activists from the Smash EDO campaign ‘decommissioned’ the factory to prevent exports to Israel, as it relentlessly bombed the people of Gaza then. In the resultant Court case all the activists were found not guilty – and and were obliged to pay costs of between £1-1.5 million.

It’s great to see people starting to mobilise again, and such a crucial initiative in the struggle to stop Israel’s genocide.