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The amateur video shows an Israeli man repeatedly driving over an injured Palestinian with his car in the aftermath of an alleged stabbing attack´
The video shows a man driving what appears to be a Mercedes sedan over a person trapped underneath before reversing and driving over him for a second time
Israeli soldiers at the scene are seen standing by during the assault while the man remain lodged beneath the vehicle screaming
The driver is finally taken out of his car by other colonists
According to Ma'an , the unidentified Palestinian man is alleged to have attacked two colonists early Thursday, injuring them lightly, before being shot by an Israeli soldier
All three victims were rushed to Hadassah Ein Karem hospital in Al Quds Today Jerusalem where according to a hospital spokesman´ the Palestinian man was undergoing surgery
The Jerusalem Post has identified the driver of the car as David Mizrach, an Israeli businessman from the illegal Israeli colony of Kiryat Arba near the city of Hebron in the occupied Palestine West Bank. Mizrach was immediately released under house arrest though he may face charges of attempted murder according to the Associated Press
Attacks by rampaging Israelis from nearby colonies are commonplace in the occupied West bank and are rarely punished. Armed settlers are known to burn down Palestinian olive trees and orange groves with the complicity of Israeli soldiers..
Sawa - West Bank settlers accused of hounding Palestinians
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Israeli settlers torch historic mosque near Bethlehem
The Al-Hamidiyya mosque
Settlers assault nonviolent Palestinian protesters in construction of new outpost
6 jan 2008
Israel to build 1000 new settler homes on "absentee" Palestinian land
9 jan 2008
Israeli settlers attempt to establish new outpost in Hebron as Bush arrives
Hebron's Israeli settlers
12 jan 2008
Israeli settlers hold vigil for two soldiers killed in drive-by shooting near Hebron
Israeli settlers attack Palestinian family in Hebron, wounding 12
14 jan 2008
Israelis using former Palestinian graveyards to as cattle pens
15 jan 2008
Israeli settlers hurl molotov cocktail into Palestinian house in Hebron
20 jan 2008
Seven injured as Israeli settlers attack Palestinian neighborhood in Hebron
25 jan 2008
Clashes between Palestinians, Israeli forces and settlers leave 1 dead and 5 injured in Beit Ummar
30 jan 2008
Israel to hand over corpses of two Palestinians killed in settlement attack
26 mei 2008
VIDEO: Jerusalem camera catches brutal attack by Jewish teens on Arab youths
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEFhCYiFm4s Jewish youth were allegedly attempting to purge neighborhood of Arabs during attack earlier this month.
Dozens of Jewish teens were caught on camera outside a Jerusalem mall carrying out a brutal attack on two Arab youths on Holocaust Remembrance Day earlier this month.
Some two weeks ago, indictments were filed against 11 youths, eight of them minors, suspected of having perpetrated the attack in the Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood. According to the indictment, the boys responded to a message on the ICQ instant messaging internet program calling for "Jewish blood" to "put an end to Arabs running around the Pisga." According to the indictment, the Jewish teens gathered outside the local shopping center armed with knives, sticks and bats and attacked two Arab teens, aged 16 and 18, from the nearby Shuafat refugee camp.
One of the Arab youths, Ahmed Abu Camal, was stabbed in the back, but managed to escape. His friend was described by one of the suspects during questioning as a "trampoline and a punching bag." The suspect recounted how "everyone jumped, kicked and stepped on him."
In the video footage, a group of teens can be seen waiting outside the shopping mall. At around 11 P.M. the two victims can be seen walking past the group. After a short dialogue, the video shows one of the victims being hurled into the street, pushed toward the railing and then viciously attacked.
In his testimony, the victim told police officers that "a group of children, numbering more than 80, pounced on us and they had bats and knives in their hands and they attacked us. All I remember now is that I passed out and woke up in the hospital."
The video shows Abu Camal fleeing the scene chased by a number of Jewish teens. In a recent conversation, he said "when I passed by the entrance there was a large crowd of young men who just stood there while I walked between them on the shoulder of the street. I heard them talking among themselves and they said something like 'are those them? Are they them?' and then someone stuck a knife in my back and knocked me down and continued to beat me. One guy bit my ear. I don't know how I managed to get up, but I got up and ran away."
The video footage shows the Jewish teens fleeing the area after a car passes by. The unconscious Arab teen can be seen left on the side of the road until he is taken away by what appears to be shopping mall security staff.
On Sunday, the Supreme Court decided to release all the suspects that remained in custody to house arrest. Attorney Yehuda Shushan, who represented three of the suspects, said "there is no doubt that this incident must be dealt with from an educational point of view, but at the same time each suspect should be judged according to his individual level of involvement. It is doubtful that those who were present but did nothing should be charged, otherwise 200 indictments should be filed against each child that was at the scene."
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Israeli settlers shooting at Palestinians in Hebron
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Footage filmed by Jamal Abu-Sa'ifan, a Palestinian resident of Hebron, documenting a terrorist Israeli settler shooting two members of his family.
The event occurs following the eviction settlers from a Palestinian house they occupied in Hebron. Settlers attacked the nearby house of the Abu-Se'ifan family, and during ensuing clashes, a settler fired his handgun at Hosni Abu-Se'ifan (40), who was hit in the chest and is in stable condition, and his father, 'Abd al-Hai Abu-Sa'ifan (65) who was moderately wounded in his arm. The two were taken to a Hebron hospital. The video shows other members of the family manage to overcome the shooter, later more terrorist settlers from the nearby settlement Kiryat Arba arrives and the scene, and fires their weapon toward the Palestinian family.
In the hours after the eviction, the terrorist Jewish settlers rioted in Hebron, throwing stones at police and Palestinians and setting fire to Palestinian trees and attacking Palestinian homes.
B'Tselem handed the video to Israeli police in Hebron last night and was "demanding that the assailant is immediately brought to justice and that the involvement of the security guard be investigated".
"Additionally, the security forces must investigate the failures that allowed settlers to riot throughout the afternoon and evening in Hebron's Palestinian neighbourhoods," the rights group said.
There are more than 470,000 terrorist Jewish settlers living in the West Bank and Jerusalem and their numbers are increasing every year, even though all settlements in the occupied territories are illegal under international law.
The settlers at the Hebron house claimed they had bought the building legally nearly two years ago from a Palestinian and said they had documents and videotape as proof. However, the Palestinian has since denied selling the building to the settlers and last month the Israeli supreme court said the house should be evacuated until the ownership dispute was settled.
Hebron settler riots can only be called 'pogrom'
By Avi Issacharoff - Ha'aretz
An innocent Palestinian family, numbering close to 20 people. All of them women and children, save for three men. Surrounding them are a few dozen masked Jews seeking to lynch them. A pogrom. This isn't a play on words or a double meaning. It is a pogrom in the worst sense of the word. First the masked men set fire to their laundry in the front yard and then they tried to set fire to one of the rooms in the house. The women cry for help, "Allahu Akhbar." Yet the neighbors are too scared to approach the house, frightened of the security guards from Kiryat Arba who have sealed off the home and who are cursing the journalists who wish to document the events unfolding there.
The cries rain down, much like the hail of stones the masked men hurled at the Abu Sa'afan family in the house. A few seconds tick by before a group of journalists, long accustomed to witnessing these difficult moments, decide not to stand on the sidelines. They break into the home and save the lives of the people inside. The brain requires a minute or two to digest what is taking place. Women and children crying bitterly, their faces giving off an expression of horror, sensing their imminent deaths, begging the journalists to save their lives. Stones land on the roof of the home, the windows and the doors. Flames engulf the southern entrance to the home. The front yard is littered with stones thrown by the masked men. The windows are shattered and the children are frightened. All around, as if they were watching a rock concert, are hundreds of Jewish witnesses, observing the events with great interest, even offering suggestions to the Jewish wayward youth as to the most effective way to harm the family. And the police are not to be seen. Nor is the army.
Ten minutes prior, while the security forces were preoccupied with dispersing the rioters near the House of Contention, black smoke billowed from the wadi separating Kiryat Arba and Hebron. For some reason, none of the senior officers of the police or the army were particularly disturbed by what was transpiring at the foot of Kiryat Arba. Anyone standing hundreds of meters away could notice the dozens of rioters climbing atop the roof of the Abu Sa'afan family home, hurling stones. Only moments later did it become apparent that there were people inside the home.
I quickly descend to the wadi and accost three soldiers. "What do you want from me? The three of us are responsible for the entire sector here," one said, his hand gesturing towards the entire wadi.
"Use your radio to request help," I said. He replies that he is not equipped with a radio.
A group of journalists approach the house. A dilemma. What to do? There are no security forces in the vicinity and now the Jewish troublemakers decided to put the journalists in their crosshairs. We call for the security guards from Kiryat Arba to intervene and put a halt to the lynch. But they surround the home to prevent the arrival of "Palestinian aid."
The home is destroyed and the fear is palpable on the faces of the children. One of the women, Jihad, is sprawled on the floor, half-unconscious. The son, who is gripping a large stick, prepares for the moment he will be forced to face the rioters. Tahana, one of the daughters, refuses to calm down. "Look at what they did to the house, look."
Tess, the photographer, bursts into tears as the events unfold around her. The tears do not stem from fear. It is shame, shame at the sight of these occurrences, the deeds of youths who call themselves Jews. Shame that we share the same religion. At 5:05 P.M., a little over an hour after the incident commenced, a unit belonging to the Yassam special police forces arrives to disperse the crowd of masked men. The family members refuse to calm down. Leaving the home, one can hear a settler yell at a police officer: "Nazis, shame on you." Indeed. Shame on you.
Israeli settlers attack a Palestinian school during the festival of purim
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Chai bar represents a soldier suspected that he had shot during a confrontation in Hebron
Suspected that the arrested soldier shot during a violent confrontation between settlers and Palestinians took place in Wadi between Kiryat Arba and Hebron.
Palestinian cameraman, a B'Tselem, who was present there, and recorded the confrontation. Film obtained by BBC can be heard firing in the air holding a gun young photographer and threatens: "I'll break your camera. "
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