By Jessica Elgot, June 24, 2010
Police are investigating pro-Palestinian posters put up in a small Sussex town after a Jewish resident complained they were "threatening".
The posters in Barnham, West Sussex, were put up by two groups calling themselves "The UK Friends of Palestine and Israel" and the "Free Gaza Movement".
They call for a boycott of Israel and urge support for "the orphans of the Gaza massacre". There are also "Wanted" posters which accuse Israeli politicians of war crimes, including Opposition leader Tzipi Livni, which have also been seen in the town.