5 lipca 2014
Fifteen-year-old Palestinian-American Tariq Abukhdeir, cousin of recent lynching victim Muhammed Abu Khudair, was brutally beaten by masked Israeli police on Thursday evening in the Shuafat neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem. He has since been arrested and held without charge and denied medical treatment, according to his family and the rights group Addameer.
Tariq’s family lives in Tampa, Florida and have been on vacation in Palestine since early June. They are scheduled to return to the United States on 16 July. Tariq’s next court hearing is scheduled for Sunday, 6 July.
As photos of Tariq’s horrific facial bruises surfaced, so did two videos that show masked Israeli officers punching, kicking and dragging a handcuffed Palestinian in Shuafat:
صور سرية لاعتداء وحشي على شبان القدس شعفاط ” خاص فلسطين اليوم „
Israeli police beating Palestinian in Shuafat, Jerusalem, 3 July 2014
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Israeli brutality immune to Palestinian calls for justice
It’s rare for Israeli police attacks to be filmed, but it’s not rare for them to happen. Most cases are closed without any measures being taken against the soldiers or police involved. Victims of police brutality talk to RT’s Paula Slier. Read more: http://on.rt.com/mg6a30