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The controversial killing of Fadi Alloun - Al Jazeera English

13.10.15

The controversial killing of Fadi Alloun - Al Jazeera English: Issawiya, occupied East Jerusalem - During a lull in the clashes that have engulfed much of the occupied West Bank over the past few days, an eerie silence settled over the village of Issawiya - its entrances sealed off by roadblocks manned by Israeli soldiers.

The streets, empty of vehicles and people, were littered with hundreds of stones and rocks. Empty dumpsters, used as barricades by Palestinian youths, lay on their sides as Israeli riot police walked slowly up and down the village's main road, shoving reporters out of the way at gunpoint.

Here, Palestinians have lashed out to dispute Israel's version of events about the circumstances that led to the fatal shooting of Palestinian teenager Fadi Alloun,19, in Jerusalem on Sunday.

"The Israelis are shameless liars. Alloun never stabbed anybody. He was the one who was attacked while on his way to work in Jerusalem at a bakery," a family member of Alloun, who declined to provide his name, told Al Jazeera.


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