When the Tundra Tabloids came across this Glenn Beck video yesterday, the decision was not to post it, yet, but in light of recent events which goes to show just how convoluted the story is concerning the Wikileaks founder, the TT publishes it now.
One of the women accusing Assange has fled to an Arab town in Judea and Samaria (known as the WB) as an NGO worker in “Christian outreach group” trying to bridge the gap between Arabs and Jews. Most of these groups are highly anti-Israel and follow a strict politically Left leaning agenda of delegitimization of the Jewish state. When viewed in light of what Beck reveals about the two women, something is really, really wrong with the entire picture. You have to ask yourself, what could be next? KGS
NOTE: And this woman is worried about rape, so she travels to an Arab town?
Assange accuser may have ceased co-operating
Anna Ardin, one of the two complainants in the rape and sexual assault case against WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange, has left Sweden, and may have ceased actively co-operating with the Swedish prosecution service and her own lawyer, sources in Sweden told Crikey today.
The move comes amid a growing campaign by leading Western feminists to question the investigation, and renewed confusion as to whether Sweden has actually issued charges against Assange. Naomi Klein, Naomi Wolf, and the European group Women Against Rape, have all made statements questioning the nature and purpose of the prosecution.
Ardin, who also goes by the name Bernardin, has moved to the West Bank in the Palestinian Territories, as part of a Christian outreach group, aimed at bringing reconciliation between Palestinians and Israelis. She has moved to the small town of Yanoun, which sits close to Israel’s security/sequestration wall. Yanoun is constantly besieged by fundamentalist Jewish settlers, and international groups have frequently stationed themselves there.
Attempts by Crikey to contact Ardin by phone, fax, email and twitter were unsuccessful today.