Beitunia killings

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23 June 2014. Third party evidence and investigations, based on multiple sources, refuted the IDF position, while an autopsy showed that one of the teenagers had been shot with live ammunition. Ben Deri (21) of Rishon LeZion, an Israeli border police officer (Border police) was arrested six months later and charged with shooting one of the two killed Palestinians, Nadim Nawarah (17) Aviel Magenzi,

-finds-live-fire-killed-Palestinian-teen-during-Nakba-Day-clashes-356036 title Autopsy finds live fire killed Palestinian teen during Nakba Day clashes' accessdate 9 September 2014 while Palestinian sources say it began peacefully, but turned violent when the demonstrators were shot at by live fire to disperse stone-throwers. In addition to stone-throwing, burning tires were rolled towards Israeli security forces, and Israeli sources stated

that five Molotov cocktail were thrown at policemen and a police bomb squad had destroyed an explosive device. Police responding by shooting tear gas canisters, stun grenades Tom Rayner,live-fire 'Palestinian Youth 'Killed By Live Fire,'Sky News 12 June 2014. and the firing of rubber bullets. Four Palestinian teenagers were shot at the Beitunia demonstration, on the same


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,' +972 Magazine 13 November 2014. *Writing for ''The Jewish Press'', Meir Halevi Siegel said the authenticity of the videos had been debunked and that the incident was "a fake movie production contrived by Palestinians (Pallywood)". Meir Halevi Siegel, "PA, Left, Int'l Media Continue to cite Pallywood Video", ''The Jewish Press'', 29 May 2014. *Nuwara's father said he could forgive the sniper, perhaps a young man like his son, blaming the officer who would have given him the order to shoot. Speculating that perhaps the Israeli boy was sleepless afterwards, he said: "I want to believe that he wanted to pay his respects and offer his condolences and ask forgiveness for what he'd done." * Sarah Leah Whitson, Human Rights Watch's Middle East and North Africa director, stated on 9 June, “The willful killing of civilians by Israeli security forces as part of the occupation is a war crime. Israel has a responsibility to prosecute the forces who targeted these teens, and also those responsible for assigning the use of live ammunition to police a demonstration.” Category:Israeli–Palestinian conflict Category:Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate Category:Deaths by firearm in the West Bank


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, 2014, near the Israeli Ofer Prison outside Beitunia in the occupied West Bank. Israel described the protest as a riot in which a crowd refused to disperse, and initially denied responsibility, saying the cause of the deaths was unknown, the deaths were faked, that video clips of the killings either failed to capture the violence of the scene shortly before, or might have been manipulated, that soldiers had been provoked and that only rubber bullets had

been fired. Jodi Rudoren, 'Video Renews Questions on Death of Young Palestinians,' New York Times, 20 May 2014. Jonathan Cook, 'You can’t force-feed occupation to those who crave freedom,' The National (Abu Dhabi) The National

and Israeli police employed riot dispersal measures. Peter Beaumont (Peter Beaumont (journalist)),PKFHSPKFHS video-indicates-killed-palestinian-youths-no-threat-israeli-forces "Video footage indicates killed Palestinian youths posed no threat", ''The Guardian'', 20 May 2014. Israeli sources reported the demonstration turned violent at times,


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23 June 2014. Third party evidence and investigations, based on multiple sources, refuted the IDF position, while an autopsy showed that one of the teenagers had been shot with live ammunition. Ben Deri (21) of Rishon LeZion, an Israeli border police officer (Border police) was arrested six months later and charged with shooting one of the two killed Palestinians, Nadim Nawarah (17) Aviel Magenzi,

-finds-live-fire-killed-Palestinian-teen-during-Nakba-Day-clashes-356036 title Autopsy finds live fire killed Palestinian teen during Nakba Day clashes' accessdate 9 September 2014 while Palestinian sources say it began peacefully, but turned violent when the demonstrators were shot at by live fire to disperse stone-throwers. In addition to stone-throwing, burning tires were rolled towards Israeli security forces, and Israeli sources stated

that five Molotov cocktail were thrown at policemen and a police bomb squad had destroyed an explosive device. Police responding by shooting tear gas canisters, stun grenades Tom Rayner,live-fire 'Palestinian Youth 'Killed By Live Fire,'Sky News 12 June 2014. and the firing of rubber bullets. Four Palestinian teenagers were shot at the Beitunia demonstration, on the same


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PLO-outraged-as-video-shows-deliberate-execution-of-two-Palestinian-teens-by-IDF-352797 title IDF: Video showing soldiers killing unarmed Palestinians 'edited in a tendentious manner' publisher Jpost.com date 20 May 2014 author Yaakov Laapin accessdate 25 August 2014 On 20 May, B'Tselem obtained complete footage from all four other security cameras operating opposite the site where the teenagers were killed, and provided 2 sequences, one for each killing, and concluded


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, had been "tendentiously edited", with the result that it failed to cover the violence of the clashes that day. A senior officer briefing journalists cast doubt on the idea that the two were dead. Others claimed that the two killed in the videos were not the same as the two boys whose deaths were registered. There are several hours of footage about the incident. The first footage, taken by a local business' security


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: www.dailystar.com.lb News Middle-East 2014 Jun-12 259824-palestinians-autopsy-shows-live-bullet-killed-teen-during-anti-israel-protest.ashx#axzz34pyMcEja title Post-mortem shows live fire killed Palestinian: NGO publisher The Daily Star (Lebanon) accessdate 17 June 2014 Human Rights Watch, which examined a high speed photo sequence taken by a photojournalist Samer Nazzal just after the killing, stated that one projectile, seemingly a rubber bullet, appeared to come from the direction

"West Bank Teens Shot" , ''CNN News'', 22 May 2014. According to Israel spokesman Micky Rosenfeld, Israeli troops were breaking up a “disturbance” and did not use live fire. Mairav Zonszein, "Footage shows Israeli army's killing of two Palestinian teens", +972 magazine, 20 May 2014. Libby Weiss, another IDF spokesperson, said the soldiers had used ‘nonviolent means to try and disperse the crowd”, which had ignored police orders.<

PLO-outraged-as-video-shows-deliberate-execution-of-two-Palestinian-teens-by-IDF-352797 title IDF: Video showing soldiers killing unarmed Palestinians 'edited in a tendentious manner' publisher Jpost.com date 20 May 2014 author Yaakov Laapin accessdate 25 August 2014 On 20 May, B'Tselem obtained complete footage from all four other security cameras operating opposite the site where the teenagers were killed, and provided 2 sequences, one for each killing, and concluded


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and Israeli police employed riot dispersal measures. Peter Beaumont (Peter Beaumont (journalist)),&quot;Video footage indicates killed Palestinian youths posed no threat", ''The Guardian'', 20 May 2014. Israeli sources reported the demonstration turned violent at times,


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or a 'Pallywood' movie?" , ''The Times of Israel'', 23 May 2014. After the killings, police said they had adhered to orders and used only rubber bullets. It was further affirmed by the IDF that no live fire was used and that it remained to be determined what was the cause of the result. Ivan Watson, video world 2014 05 22 pkg-watson-4a-west-bank-teens-shot.cnn.html


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villages in Palestine in 1948, as Israeli soldiers fought to establish their state.

Nakba Day,' date 16 May 2012 work The News International, Pakistan accessdate 12 September 2014 The occasion is often celebrated from the Galilee to Gaza, with protest rallies, the waving of black mourning flags, the flourishing of keys to lost Palestinian homes (Palestinian right of return), the sounding of sirens at midday, and marches to the sites of destroyed homes and villages. ref name "

Richmond publisher The Guardian year 2014 On the NBC show ''All In with Chris Hayes'', NBC Middle East news correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin raised the issue of the “departure point” of 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict the subsequent

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