Via De Telegraaf:
An anti-Israel protester in the Hague was recently sentenced to 150
hours of community service and 1000 euro fine for beating up a
The protester has been standing for years in the center of town. On
August 10, somebody commented on his sign, and this led to a fight.
On July 16, he was standing at the Buitenhof square. when a passer-by
commented on his sign, he replied that "they should slit the throat of
all Dutch Jews". The prosecution charged him with threats and
incitement to violence. During the trial, the defendant claimed he had
said that "the 700,000 Jews who live in the Occupied Territories should
have their throat slit at night". The man was acquitted as witnesses
could not establish whether he was threatening Dutch or Israeli Jews.
He was acquitted of insulting Israeli president Shimon Peres. When
Peres came for a visit in 2013, he waited for him with a sign "Judeo
Nazis not welcome". He was arrested before Peres showed up, and
therefore could not be charged with offending him.