Despite IDF Denials, Evidence Shows Dogs Still Being Used to Attack Palestinian Suspects

Mohammed Amla, 29, was savagely attacked by an IDF dog as he tried to sneak across the border to his place of work in Tel Aviv.

“They call me a Tel Avivian,” he tells us with a nice smile, which gives way to groans of pain. The back and neck of Mohammed Amla − a young man of 29 with two daughters − are scarred along their entire length from the grip of an Israel Defense Forces dog. Soldiers set the dog on him recently as he was trying to sneak across the border, as usual, to his place of work and hideout apartment...