Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Soldiers Violently Attack Palestinian Youth In Hebron

International Middle East Media Center
 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies 
Israeli soldiers violently attacked, on Monday at night, a Palestinian nonviolent activist after stopping his vehicle, in Hebron city, in the southern part of the West Bank. The soldiers forced him out of his car and brutally attacked and kicked him.
Tamer Al-Atrash, media spokesperson of the Youth Coalition Against Settlements, stated that several soldiers stopped his car and forced him out of it before they started shouting at him, in addition to kicking and punching him.

Al-Atrash said that he recognized the soldiers who attacked him as he previously filmed them while they were assaulting a number of residents in the Tal Romedia neighborhood in Hebron.

“This is an act of revenge, it seems they think they are settling a score”, Al-Atrash stated, “We always expose their violations and abuse practiced against the civilians on a daily basis in Tel Romedia”.

Israeli settlers illegally reside in the neighborhood in privately-owned Palestinian property, in Tal Romedia and in several parts of the city.

Settlers who reside in the heart of the occupied city of Hebron are responsible for dozens of attacks against the residents and their property.

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