Moshe Cohen has confessed to the slapping, head-butting, kneeing and kicking of Mazen Shweiki that has been filmed and posted online.
Israel Police's handling of the video's aftermath confirms that the officer's colleagues were committed to a conspiracy of silence, and not to the greater public.
Police condemn incident as severe and unbefitting of an officer, saying the cop has been suspended.
Israeli Authorities Were Unaware of Jerusalem City Limits When Shuttering Palestinian Mapping Office
Police believed the office was operating from within the city limits, when it is in fact in the West Bank. It was only after the center's director was questioned that the police learned of its error.
After 50 years, during which the state has been abusing the Arabs by any means, the voice of truth is echoing from inside the courtroom.
The government is constantly looking for tricks to expel the native population, so the High Court's ruling on Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem is a welcome twist.
The suspects, who are from East Jerusalem and the West Bank, are thought to be members of 'Road to Paradise,' a group set up primarily to disseminate Muslim religious content.
As U.S. mulls moving embassy, EU urged to stop 'passive policy' on Israeli actions in East Jerusalem, hold meetings with Israelis only in Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem Mapping Office Allowed to Reopen Days After It Was Shuttered for 'Tracking Palestinian Land Sales to Jews'
Computers and documents seized were returned to Dr. Khalil Tufakji, a former peace negotiator, who was detained and questioned. Police cited the office's work at monitoring settlement expansion on the day of the raid.
This week’s milestone for Israeli technology was also a reminder that Israel is increasingly divided into a high-tech elite and those who have no way in.