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An ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been endorsed by Elor Azaria, a former soldier who publicly executed a Palestinian suspect in 2016.
A história de Ahed Tamimi chamou a atenção para a situação das crianças palestinas em prisões militares israelenses. Centenas delas seguem atrás das grades.
Ahed Tamimi’s story highlighted the plight of Palestinian children in Israeli military jails. Hundreds more remain behind bars.
Ahed Tamimi was sentenced to eight months in jail for slapping an Israeli soldier. Her mother will also be jailed for broadcasting the confrontation online.
The wave of sympathy in Israel for a soldier who executed a wounded Palestinian suspect in the occupied West Bank could lead to his pardon.
After Palestinian gunmen killed four civilians in a Tel Aviv restaurant, video of the shooting spree and the arrest of the suspects quickly emerged.
Two eyewitnesses say a second wounded Palestinian suspect was executed in a March incident, but there was no video of the second killing.
Thousands of Israelis rallied in support of Elor Azaria, an army medic who was caught on video apparently executing a wounded Palestinian suspect.
That Israeli courts are protecting a soldier charged with murder by censoring media outlets is disturbing for all sorts of reasons.
An Israeli soldier was detained after a human rights group published clear video of him shooting a wounded, immobilized Palestinian suspect in the head.