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This is the dramatic second 4 Palestine Action activists breached the safety and scaled the roof of a munitions manufacturing unit. The premises in Shipley, West Yorkshire, was the centre of a significant demonstration as we speak (April 2).

Video footage reveals two activists used a sledgehammer to burst by way of the roof and smash at the least one window. Palestine Action took to X at 6.27pm to substantiate that after greater than 12 hours their activists have been nonetheless on the roof of the Teledyne manufacturing unit.

It’s not clear if the protesters have since come down. has approached police for remark. The group claimed it was taking motion to stop employees on the Teledyne web site to dismantle “the zionist war machine for the people of Palestine”.

It has been reported that Teledyne “manufactures critical components for missile systems” utilized by the Israeli Defence Force in Gaza.

Just earlier than 6.30pm, Palestine Action posted a message on X, saying: “Over 12 hours into the occupation of Teledyne’s weapons factory and the actionists remain defiant, refusing to come down. Every moment the factory remains shut, is another moment weapons aren’t built in Bradford to be used in the Gaza genocide.”

Earlier the group known as on supporters to attend the scene, saying: “Actionists are dismantling the zionist war machine for the people of Palestine. Join us at Teledyne’s weapons factory, Shipley, BD17 7SW!”.

In one video, a person in a hat and a crimson boiler go well with – the unofficial uniform of the group – will be seen wielding a sledgehammer, smashing the tiles on the roof of the Teledyne manufacturing unit. With every swing of the sledgehammer he shouted a distinct phrase.

He may very well be heard saying: “For the forced starvation”; “for the genocide”; “for the gang rape of women”; “for the bombing of churches”; and “for the bombing of mosques”.

In a separate clip, a feminine activist sporting all black, may very well be seen swinging one other sledgehammer at a window on the web site. While they did this, a voice will be heard shouting at an on-looking safety official: “They carpet-bombed Gaza, don’t be a pr*** about a window.”

Later within the clip, the person who broken the roof, stated to the digicam: “They look upset about some tiles man. The whole of Gaza is being carpet-bombed… crying about tiles.”

He then may very well be heard asking individuals on the bottom: “Are you not going to speak out?”