Internal army investigation of recent West Bank incidents shows that soldiers who shot Palestinians were not at risk, and could have avoided opening fire in some cases.
West Bank checkpoints
IDF announces the general closure ahead of the Jewish Simhat Torah celebration.
The seven, aged 16-17, allegedly threw makeshift explosives at holy Jewish site near Bethlehem in the West Bank.
Officer Who Shot Palestinian Stone Thrower Cannot Testify in Hebron Case, Israeli Military Court Rules
Military court rejects bid by lawyers defending Azaria, the so-called Hebron shooter, to bring in IDF officer Yisrael Shomer, whose case they believe is similar.
Fadi and two friends were trying to cross the Hizmi checkpoint when an officer noticed one of them was married to a Jewish women, prompting what he calls a racist assault.
No one bats an eye over Friday's killing of an innocent man by an Israeli soldier. It's not terror, or apartheid, or racism or dehumanization. It's only killing a subhuman.
NGO claims that two of the three entrances to Hizma have been blocked, but army insists that only one is closed.
Maram Ismail, 23, and her brother Ibrahim Taha, 16, were both carrying knives when they were shot dead by a civilian guard at the Qalandiyah checkpoint.
Jarrar, a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, was detained without trial on suspicion of incitement and membership in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The dissonance generated by a visit to Hebron and a dinner in Tel Aviv jolted Israeli-born writer Ayelet Waldman. It also sparked the genesis of a project with her husband, writer Michael Chabon, and Breaking the Silence: enlisting world-famous writers to document life under occupation.