A Teen Leaves for Work. Minutes Later His Body Is Pierced by 12 Bullets

Two Palestinian teens were riding a motorbike in Nablus when a convoy of Border Police passed by. The officers first claimed the two shot at them, then said that they just pointed a gun, which was never found. It doesn't change the outcome: The officers shot one of the teens as he fled, riddling his body with bullets

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Nader Rayan’s father, Haytham, this week, with a poster of his dead son. He counted the 12 bullet wounds in Nader’s body, all of them large and deep.
Nader Rayan’s father, Haytham, this week, with a poster of his dead son. He counted the 12 bullet wounds in Nader’s body, all of them large and deep.

Horrorific images, utterly appalling, showing the corpse of a 16-year-old boy riddled with bullet holes. The entire body of Nader Rayan, son to a refugee family from the Balata refugee camp abutting Nablus, is strewn with deep, bleeding bullet wounds, his flesh is bare, his brain is spilling out, his head and face are perforated. Border Police troops shot him with pathological madness, in a rage, savagely, without restraint. His father counted 12 bullet wounds in his son’s body, all of them deep, large, oozing blood. Head, chest, stomach, back, legs and arms: There’s not a part of his son’s body without a large, gaping hole in it.

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