It follows their Facebook pages, uses fake profiles to 'befriend' them and presents screenshots of posts in court – this is how Israel Police is adding social activists to its virtual surveillance list. 'They know what I write and do,' Ethiopian protest leader says.09:46 06.02.16 | 1 comments
had and continues to have for being in the West Bank. Soldiers who are not engaged in fighting need to be treated civilally, whether or not they are on their own territory and the territory of the enemy state. The major difference is what just happened in Britain is, hopefully, truly exceptional whereas what happened to the Israeli soldiers in terms of terrible mistreatment (no necessarily murder) was and is thought by Israelis as routine. I'm afraid the Israelis are right and hope, for the sake of Britons, including Muslim Britons, that the Britons are right as well.