Israel's 'Non-lethal' Weapon of Choice Killed Four Palestinians in Two Months

The IDF says that there have been no changes to the rules of engagement when it comes to the Ruger semi-automatic rifle, but human rights activists note a spike in usage since the latest Gaza fighting

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Since the beginning of May and the Gaza operation, at least four Palestinians have been shot and killed by IDF soldiers using Ruger semi-automatic rifles, which have seen more frequent use in the West Bank in riot control, although it is live fire.

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