I HAVE seen for myself - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 01.09.10 | 14:54 (IDT)

    "Simply see for yourself"... I just came back from there only a bit more than a week ago and HAVE seen for myself. I have seen a group of 70 settlers come up on Palestinian land and hold a rally in front of their houses, a group of settler youth then threw rocks at their sheep as parents looked on... and the cops and the army stood there and watched. They only banned us from going to the Palestinian homes to see the people there and if they were OK.... the Palestinians would never be allowed to enter a settlement... settlers in Hebron carry guns openly on the street... Palestinians don't. The army and police protect the settlers. A Palestinian friend of ours was attacked and called for help, they hung up on him and for 2 hours no police arrived. They only came after he called me and I called them- initially they refused to help until I told them I am a Canadian citizen and am on my way there... then they showed up. They were afraid of me getting hurt (again), they didn't care about the Palestinian.

    from the article: 4 Israelis killed in shooting attack shattering years of relative West Bank calm
    First published 00:53 01.09.10 | Last updated 00:53 01.09.10
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