#73 Kim, Israel's terror suspects - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 05.11.05 | 20:10 (IST)

    Kim: I would like to see you spending more time chasing down Israel's own terror suspects who are responsible for the deaths of some 1,722 Palestinians (563 were children) who did not take part in the hostilites since Sept. 2000 as noted below by BTselem. Please don't tell me 10F don't target Palestinian civilians as all the Human Rights groups and even some soldiers themselves have acknowledged this. Dutch According to B'Tselem's figures, since the beginning of the Intifada (in late September 2000) until 26 June 2005, Israeli security forces have killed at least 1,722 Palestinians not taking part in the hostilities, among them 563 minors. In that period of time, the Military Police investigated only 108 cases involving Palestinians killed or injured by soldiers in the Occupied Territories . An indictment was issued in only 19 of these cases. In only two cases were soldiers convicted of causing the death of a Palestinian. (http://www.btselem.org/english/Press_Releases/20050627.asp)

    from the article: On the same page, ten years on
    First published 00:00 04.11.05 | Last updated 00:00 04.11.05
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