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Thursday, 1 February 2018

Jeremy Bowen Interviews Likud’s Oren Hazan and Bassam Tamimi - over that famous Slap!

Oren Hazan – Likud MK – ‘If I'd been the soldier Ahed would have ended up in hospital’



At last the BBC recognises world-wide outrage over Ahed Tamimi as Jeremy Bowen interviews Bassem Tamimi, the father of Ahed and Likud MK, Oren Hazan.  Hazan is one of the most virulent racists in Israel’s Knesset and that is quite an achievement.

Hazan last month boarded the bus of visitors to Palestinian prisoners in Israel in order to  abuse them, calling them ‘insects’.  However what Hazan does and says meets no criticism from the Israeli government or Netanyahu or indeed the Israeli Labour Party ‘Opposition’.
We see in this short video  the reality of Israel’s visceral racist violence.  Hazan says that if he had been one of the soldiers then Ahed would have landed in hospital and he would have kicked her in the face.  If Hazan was a Palestinian and had made these threats against someone who is Jewish he would have already have been arrested.
Bassem Tamimi

When Hazan denied that there is no such a thing as the Palestinians he was saying no more than what Golda Meir said in 1969 in an interview with the Sunday Times:  ‘"There was no such thing as Palestinians. . . They did not exist"

Either way it is another Zionist own goal!
Hazan on a bus abusing the families of prisoners

Child Rights Briefing:  January 2018

News and updates on the situation of Palestinian children.
Israeli forces killed 17-year-old Ali Omar Nimer Qinu on 12th January, shooting him in the head when clashes broke out in Iraq Burin village, south of the West Bank city of Nablus.

Year-in-review: Worst abuses against Palestinian children in 2017

Ramallah, January 18, 2018—Last year marked 50 years of Israeli military occupation, with no signs of abatement in Palestinian children’s vulnerability to injury and abusive military arrest in the West Bank. Rapidly devolving living conditions in the Gaza Strip put in jeopardy the most basic human rights, as children became collateral damage in an internal Palestinian political standoff. Read more »
Palestinian boy holds a poster  of Musab Tamimi, who an Israeli soldier shot in the neck with live ammunition from a distance of approximately 70 meters (76 yards) during clashes on January 3 in the Ramallah-area town of Deir Nitham 

Israeli forces shoot dead two Palestinian teens, injure another

Ramallah, January 12, 2017—Israeli forces opened fire, killing two Palestinian teenagers and seriously injuring a third, during clashes in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) on January 11. Read more »

Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian teen in violent start to 2018


Ramallah, January 8, 2017—Israeli forces killed a 16-year-old Palestinian and critically injured another teen in two apparent instances of excessive use of force against Palestinian children. Read more »

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