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A settler teen who tried to stab Rabbi Arik Ascherman with a knife earlier this year was sentenced to community service.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian teen is filmed slapping an IDF soldier in her village and the Education Minister calls to imprison her for the rest of her life.— Edo Konrad (@edokonrad) December 19, 2017 Israel’s education minister Naftali Bennett told army radio that Ahed and the Tamimi women seen in the video “should finish their lives in prison.” Israel’s propaganda machinery went into full gear to smear Ahed and the Tamimi family.
The media's coverage of the Gaza massacre is a great chance to look at how the media's portrayal of ethnic conflicts is distorted when Jewish interests are involved.
When Syrian President Bashar Assad violently suppresses protests (or actual terrorists) the western media immediately demonizes him as an "animal" and a monster.
“The Tamimi family – which may not be a real family – dresses up kids in American clothes and pays them to provoke IDF troops on camera,” Michael Oren, Israel’s deputy minister for diplomacy, suggested in a bizarre tweet.
The Tamimi family—which may not be a real family—dresses up kids in American clothes and pays them to provoke IDF troops on camera.
This cynical and cruel use of children constitutes abuse. https://t.co/Pm5n Xhcbo0 via @wallanews— Michael Oren (@Dr Michael Oren) December 19, 2017 Oren, the former Israeli ambassador in Washington, has previously peddled the conspiracy theory that the 2014 Nakba Day killings by Israeli forces of two Palestinian teenagers had not really happened.
This are the brave soldiers of the most moral army of the world fighting for self-defense and demcracy?
In Gaza, there were more than 200 injuries reported.
Israeli media disseminated this video filmed on Friday: בסרטון שמופץ בשעות האחרונות וצולם ביום שישי בנבי סלאח נראות פלסטיניות דוחפות, בועטות ומנסות לסטור לחיילים, שנמנעים מלהגיב @inbaltamir pic.twitter.com/o E3qsvb Du B— כאן חדשות (@kann_news) December 18, 2017 It appears to show Ahed Tamimi ordering occupation soldiers to leave the family’s property.
On Tuesday, 14-year-old Muhammad Fadel Tamimi, Ahed’s cousin, remained in a medically induced coma after being shot in the head on Friday in Nabi Saleh with a rubber-coated steel bullet, Ma’an News Agency reported.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society said that on Friday nearly 900 Palestinians were injured in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, more than 650 of them during protests sparked by the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Most of those injuries were caused by tear gas inhalation, while 29 were injured by live fire and 133 by rubber bullets.
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#Free Ahed Tamimi pic.twitter.com/z3a Wm SY1Ux— Youth Against Settlmnt (@YASHebron) December 19, 2017Ahed Tamimi arrested overnight by Israeli soldiers. Israeli soldiers just raided her family’s home in the village of #Nabi Saleh and took her away.