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Israeli undercover agents filmed infiltrating Palestinian protests, pulling guns on demonstrators - International Middle East Media Center

8.10.15

Israeli undercover agents filmed infiltrating Palestinian protests, pulling guns on demonstrators - International Middle East Media Center: The website Electronic Initifada documented other incidents in which soldiers dressed as Palestinians are seen in the crowd, then photographed again among the Israeli soldiers, working with them and drawing guns against the Palestinian demonstrators.

On Sunday, undercover Israeli agents dressed as Palestinian civilians were able to enter a Palestinian hospital in Nablus and snatch a wounded boy from his hospital bed, allegedly because he was 'wanted' by Israeli forces for resisting the military occupation in some way.

These tactics are being utilized in the context of escalating protests across the West Bank, Jerusalem and inside Israel itself, which some analysts are terming a 'third intifada (uprising)' by Palestinian youth who have taken to the streets in large numbers to oppose the ongoing Israeli occupation of Palestinian land and denial of basic human rights for the Palestinian people.


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