Separate danger of Rock throwing from methods of arrest and interrogation - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • meir Gush Etzion
    • 08.08.10 | 09:54 (IDT)

    You are right...Rock throwing IS NOT A MINOR OFFENSE. People who do not take it seriously do no understand how ongoing threat of stone throwing can be dangerous to drivers and flame tensions beyond control. None of this excuses the use of brutality and indiscriminate manhandling of suspect..many of whom may be innocent. It is a terrible situation for all caught up in this cycle.

    from the article: Amira Hass / Eight Palestinian youths and the crime they didn't commit
    First published 01:17 08.08.10 | Last updated 01:17 08.08.10
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