Heraklion, Crete: Incendiary attack against the church of St. Dimitris in solidarity with squats

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During the first hours of August 1st an incendiary device was placed in the church of Saint Dimitris in Heraklion Crete. We advanced with this action as a minimum response following the recent actions of church S.A in collaboration with prosecution and police forces in the city of Thessaloniki regarding the evacuation and demolition of squats. This action can be considered as a contribution to the call for action for a Black July from the comrades of Rigaer 94 in Germany.

“On 22/5/2009 Mauricio Morales who was killed while transporting a bomb, destined for the Prison Officers’ University in Chile on May 22, 2009. Mauricio took part in the “Sacco and Vanzetti” squat making the meeting of public and illegal a reality.

Being a member of a squat and a bomber at the same time, he did not separate the means of action and he wasn’t trapped in fake-freedom islands.”

(Conspiracy of Cells of Fire / FAI-IRF, Urban Guerrilla Cell)

SOLIDARITY WITH SQUATS

SOLIDARITY WITH IMPRISONED COMRADES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

AGAINST EVERYONE WHO DENYS FREEDOM THIS WORLD CANNOT BE OVERTURNED IT CAN BE DESTROYED

P.S: During Thursday 4th the squat “Biblioteca Kaos” in Porto Alegre is threatened with evacuation. The comrades will not abandon the squat and they will stand up for it. We wish them wholeheartedly strength and we’re sending them a comradely hug of complicity.

(via Traces of Fire)

This entry was posted in autonomous spaces, Biblioteca Kaos, Black July, Crete, Direct Action, Greece, Heraklion, Incendiary Attack, Mauricio Morales, Rigaer 94, Squatting. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Heraklion, Crete: Incendiary attack against the church of St. Dimitris in solidarity with squats

  1. Pingback: Grèce: les actions directes s’enchaînent en réponse aux expulsions de squats du mercredi 27 juillet à Thessalonique | ★ infoLibertaire.net

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