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    Posted March 23, 2010 by
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    NABLUS, Israel
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    FOUR UN-ARMED CIVILIANS KILLED BY ISRAELI MILITARY NEAR NABLUS, PALESTINE.

     

    IRAQ-BURIN, AWATA & RAFIDIYAH HOSPITAL, NABLUS,  OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY

    We went to the funeral of Useid Abed an-Nasser Qadus, a 16-year-old  boy who was killed by the Israeli Army  on Saturday in Iraq-Burin, near Nablus. He was shot in the chest with  what medical professionals report is a high-velocity, 'full metal  jacket' bullet. The Israeli Army claims he was shot with a rubber  bullet. When the funeral ended we learned of the killing of Mohammad  Fisal Qawariq (19) and his cousin Salah Kamal Qawariq (19) from the  village Awata by the Israeli Army. The Israeli Army captured the two  while they went to work in the field.  At first the Israeli army claimed  Mohammad, along with his cousin, Salah Kamal Qawariq, attacked the  soldiers with pitchforks. Later the army had claimed the two cousins  attacked the soldiers with axes. After some more time, as it became  evident that the cousins were alive when captured, and that they have  been 'disarmed' by the soldiers (their small gardening picks were  confiscated), the Israeli Army claimed the cousins picked a bottle and a  syringe they found on the ground and tried to attack the soldiers with  these objects. A settler 'security chief' who 'inspected' the boys said  'their hands were soft and gentle, with no blisters. these are not a  farmers hands'.

    MARCH 21ST, 2010

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