Tag Archives: brutality

IN PALESTINE: A NEW ‘CONTROLLED’ INTIFADA?

Posted by desertpeace on Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 8:23 am. Riding the wave of unrest in the Arab world, the PA called for a carefully controlled ‘day of rage’ throughout the West Bank against the United States for their recent veto of an internationally accepted resolution declaring (once again) that Israeli settlement activity is […]

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NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND …. UNLESS IT’S A PALESTINIAN CHILD

Posted by desertpeace at PS.HADNEWS.COM on Monday, February 21, 2011 at 10:25 am. The Israeli Forces attacked and shot rubber bullets and sound bombs at the children so they could not run away, and then proceeded to arrest 13 of them. Several army vehicles came into the area for support, attacking houses and cars to […]

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WHY ALL THE FUSS? ‘AFTER ALL, HE WAS ONLY A PALESTINIAN’

Posted by desertpeace on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 1:03 pm. Witnesses said the driver, Ziad Jilani, 41, had been shot at least once and was lying in the road when the Israeli officer walked up next to him and fired at his head with an M16 rifle, killing him instantly. Israel drops investigation into […]

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Amnon Dankner: Decline to brutality – I am ashamed

      14 January 2011 IOA Editor: It is good that Mr. Dankner has finally awakened from his self-inflicted vacuous state of mind, as former editor of Maariv, one of Israel’s two most popular rags. Unfortunately, the extent of his appreciation of Israel’s decline is remarkably limited. Indeed, very little and very late. Yet, […]

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The tragedy of child arrest: a story from Ofer Prison « Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Silwan, Jerusalem

Wednesday, 22 December, 2010 | 17:54 Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — One of the most serious cases of human rights violations enacted by Israeli forces in is surely that which are carried out against children. Palestinian children throughout Jerusalem and the West Bank live under threat of targeting and arrest by Israeli forces, who rarely distinguish […]

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