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Uploaded on May 14, 2008
On May 10th, 2008, a rap concert was held in Civic Center Plaza in downtown SF to oppose Israel's existence, calling it "60 years of occupation" and to celebrate Arab terrorism, or "resistance" as is often the euphemism.
San Francisco Voice for Israel came to protest the event and held signs in favor of two states for two people and a banner that read "Coexistence, not Resistance." Headliner band DAM from Lod in Israel consider themselves to be "living under occupation" despite being citizens of the state and not living in the areas most people consider "The Occupation" (West Bank, E. Jerusalem, Gaza, Golan Heights) and spoke out against the idea of coexistence from the stage. They demanded the "right of return" so that all the "refugees" (descendants of those who left for whatever reason between 1946 and 1948), even those who are prosperous citizens of the USA, could overwhelm Israel and destroy the Jewish State.
DAM openly endorses terrorism, such as in their song "Who's the Terrorist" and endorsed suicide bombings on Israeli television. The rap band Dead Prez was supposed to be the headliner, but pulled out shortly before the event. The rumor is they pulled out when they became aware of the anti-peace, anti-coexistence agenda of the event.