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  • WATCH: IDF officer gets prison for throwing stones at journalists

    The incident is not the first time Israeli security officials have been documented attacking journalists at West Bank protests, and in the village of Nabi Saleh. An IDF officer videotaped throwing rocks at Israeli and Palestinian photojournalists last week was sentenced to two weeks in prison. A second officer was sentenced to 30 days confinement on base. In a video first published by +972 and Activestills on Friday, a deputy company commander can be seen throwing rocks at a freelance Israeli photojournalist and a Palestinian photographer who works for Agence France‑Presse (AFP). One of the officers also tackled the Israeli…

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  • WATCH: Israeli officer attacks, throws stones at photojournalists

    Video shows Israeli photojournalist and AFP photographer being attacked by Israeli soldiers at the weekly protest against the occupation in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh. One Palestinian protester is reportedly shot with live fire. Text by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man Video by Miki Kratsman/Activestills.org Israeli soldiers threw stones at and attacked Israeli and Palestinian photojournalists during a protest in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh on Friday, during which the army used live fire against protesters. One Palestinian was reportedly shot in the head. Palestinians in Nabi Saleh hold weekly protests every Friday against the occupation and to…

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  • WATCH: Two conscientious objectors sent to military prison

    Kaplan served two years in the army before deciding to refuse. The two are expected to serve additional prison terms. Text by Haggai Matar Video by Israel Social TV Two conscientious objectors, Yaron Kaplan and Ido Ramon, were sentenced to 30 and 10 days in prison, respectively, for their refusal to serve in the Israeli army. For Kaplan, it is his first imprisonment. Until now he served as a conscripted soldier and decided to refuse to complete the final year of his service. During a protest at the Tel Aviv induction base last week, Kaplan explained that he feels obligated…

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  • WATCH: Israel demolishes homes in unrecognized Palestinian village

    Bulldozers knocked down three buildings in the village Dahmash, just 20 minutes from Tel Aviv, contrary to a High Court ruling.  By Rami Younis and Haggai Matar Israeli bulldozers demolished three structures in the unrecognized Palestinian village Dahmash, near Lyd (Lod in Hebrew) on Wednesday morning. The demolition took place despite both a High Court decision that called for a mutual agreement and a demand by the Lod District Court that the State delay its demolition plans. The homes were uninhabited at the time of the demolition. [tmwinpost] The demolition began at 4 a.m. and was accompanied by a large…

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  • Justice unlikely in deadly Kafr Kanna police shooting

    Clashes break out in the town in northern Israel as police demolish local resident's home. Knesset member warns of 'consequences' if the officer who shot Khair Hamdan isn't charged. The Israeli Police’s internal affairs unit plans to close its investigation into the officer who was filmed shooting and killing Kheir Hamdan in Kafr Kanna last year, according to a Channel 10 report. The shooting led to days of rioting and clashes with police last November when video of the incident surfaced hours after police put out a short statement saying they had fired a warning shot and believed their lives were in…

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  • WATCH: Exposing procedures of police violence in Israel

    Police in Israel recently began using a new type of sponge-tipped bullets that cause more extreme bodily harm, including the death of one teenager last year. Social TV interviews Atty. Anne Sucui of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI), who explains that the Israel Police attempted to hide changes to its procedures from the public. So ACRI published the documents itself. Related: 'Autopsy contradicts police, shows Palestinian teen was shot in head' PHOTO: Activestills photographer shot in face with sponge-tipped bullet

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  • WATCH: Israeli soldiers party in demolished settlement outpost

    The Givat Sorek outpost, built on private Palestinian land, was destroyed by Israeli soldiers just a week ago. Now it has become an area for soldiers to relax and barbecue. Soldiers from the Golani Brigade were filmed relaxing and barbecuing in an illegal settlement outpost near Hebron on Tuesday. The outpost was destroyed just a week ago following a High Court ruling. The "Givat Sorek" outpost, which was was established in the wake of the murder of the three teenagers last June is located between the Karmei Tzur settlement and the Palestinian city Halhul. According to Yehuda Wald, who chairs the…

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  • WATCH: The feminist struggle for peace in Israel-Palestine

    No woman is free until all women are free. That is the essence of the feminist concept, 'the personal is political.' But can feminist discourse lodge itself into the political discourse, and not only on International Women's Day? A special SocialTV feature on the practices of solidarity, non-violent struggle, striving for peace and ending the occupation. Read also: In Photos: Int'l Women's Day in Israel-Palestine Israeli, Palestinian women protest on both sides of Israeli checkpoint 50,000 Israelis show up at the wrong protest

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  • WATCH: IDF brings segregated streets back to Hebron

    IDF re-segregates main road leading to Cave of the Patriarchs, two years after it ostensibly put an end to the policy.   Israeli human rights group B'Tselem announced Thursday that the Israeli military has renewed segregation between Jews and Palestinians on the main street leading to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron since January. The military does not allow Palestinians to use the main part of the street and forces Palestinians to use a narrow, unpaved and rough pedestrian passageway. According to B'Tselem, this policy had been previously implemented between September 2012 to March 2013. It was was temporarily stopped…

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  • WATCH: Masked settlers throw stones at Israeli activists

    Incident comes one week after six-year-old girl was wounded by stone-throwing in the exact same location. Settlers from the illegal outpost Havat Maon in the southern West Bank hurled rocks at a group of Israeli activists on Saturday, just one week after a six-year old Palestinian girl was attacked and wounded in her head in the exact same place. Three settlers, who appear to be quite young, used slingshots to hurl stones at the group of activists. No one was hurt in the incident. In the video, you can hear Guy, a documentarian of the occupation and veteran activist from Ta'ayush,…

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