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Occupation Therapy 6

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Muhammad-Amira

photo: Sarit Michaeli

Published: 18 April 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

An occasional series giving snapshots of everyday life in the 50th year of a military occupation that has impacts also within the Green Line.

Israeli troops shoot Palestinian activist in head with 'less lethal' bullet - Mairav Zonszein– +972 Magazine 16.04.17
The veteran activist, known for leading non-violent popular protests in the West Bank village of Ni’lin, was shot with a ‘sponge-tipped’ bullet, causing a head injury. Police later shackled him to his hospital bed.

Israeli Police in West Bank close cases of offences against Palestinians without investigating – Yotam Berger – Haaretz 13.04.17
The cameras weren’t checked, the file wasn’t opened, the testimonies were shelved - that’s how the police investigate Palestinian complaints

And see:

‘We don’t do Ghandi very well’

Occupation Therapy 5

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