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Israeli media reveals abuse scenes against Palestinians
Israeli media reveals abuse scenes against Palestinians
Different Israeli media outlets broadcast videotaped abuse scenes showing Israeli soldiers humiliating and maltreating Palestinian civilians.
Sunday, June 21,2009 06:17
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Different Israeli media outlets broadcast videotaped abuse scenes showing Israeli soldiers humiliating and maltreating Palestinian civilians.

 

One televised scene showed a Palestinian young man being forced by a number of Israeli border soldiers to slap himself and sing words glorifying border guards while these soldiers were hysterically laughing at him. This 43-second scene was posted on Youtube website. 

 

This was not the only scene broadcast, but there were others illustrating different acts of abuse and humiliation against Palestinians. Faces of Israeli soldiers in these shows are mostly blurred or hidden and it is difficult to specify the places where these abuses took place.

 

In another context, Palestinian sources in Jerusalem reported Thursday that dozens of Jewish extremists physically assaulted a Jerusalemite called Mohamed Al-Hallaq near street number one located between west and east Jerusalem as he was on his way home using blades and sticks which led to a fracture in one of his arms.

 

A number of Palestinian citizens said that Israeli policemen and troops stopped a number of Jerusalemite worshipers as they were heading to the Aqsa Mosque for dawn prayers through the gates of the old city in Jerusalem.

 

They added that the Israeli policemen and soldiers deliberately confiscated the worshipers’ ID cards and handed them instead other cards by which they can take back their IDs, provided that they should leave the Mosque immediately after finishing the prayers.

 

In Ramallah city, the IOF troops kidnapped four Palestinian citizens during raids on a number of homes in Bir Zeit town, Al-Jalazone refugee camp and Kafr Malik village in the city.

 

Such raids and kidnappings are carried out on a daily basis by the IOF troops in different West Bank cities and towns especially at the checkpoints, but they are difficult to know and document.

 

West of the central city of Ramallah, dozens of Palestinian protesters and foreign activists suffered from gas inhalation when Israeli troops attacked the weekly anti-wall protest in the villages of Bil"in and Ni"lin on Friday afternoon.


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