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    • Max
    • 05.07.10 | 12:36 (IDT)

    Police turning a blind eye on settlers' harassement of Palestinians is hardly a surprise given the awful record of IDF in Hebron, where even Palestinian children are constantly stoned and attacked by settlers under the complacent sight of the IDF. Shame on you Israeli police and military authorities!

    from the article: Leading Israeli figures accuse police of targeting leftist East Jerusalem protesters
    First published 01:58 05.07.10 | Last updated 01:58 05.07.10
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