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Israeli Execution at Palestinian Hospital Tikun-Olam Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם

13.11.15

Israeli Execution at Palestinian Hospital Tikun-Olam Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם: Israeli undercover agents (mistarvim) invaded a Hebron hospital yesterday morning. Their mission was to assassination a wanted Palestinian militant and arrest his cousin who’d been shot by an Israeli settler. The army’s cover story, which the media naturally swallowed hook, line and sinker in its reporting is that they were only aiming to arrest the wounded patient. But the murder victim came out of the bathroom in the middle of things and was killed.

But Amnesty International says that the bullet wounds to the victim’s head and torso indicate these were execution-style shots, not wounds attempting to stop someone from interfering in an arrest. Palestine Today indicates the murder weapon was equipped with a silencer. As for me, when I have a choice between believing a distinguished international human rights organization or Israeli security forces, I pick the former. Doctors Without Borders has joined in the condemnation of this heinous crime. Unfortunately, the best that the Israeli NGO, Physicians for Human Rights could muster was a statement that hospitals were not “immune” from attack, but that such attacks needed to be “proportionate.” The Hebron attack was “disproportionate.” Nice. That should really make Israeli assassins think twice before doing this again.


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