Sunday, October 25, 2020

Tim Vlostek

  • A week of house raids in Hebron after killing of soldier | September 27, 2013
    Tensions were especially high in Hebron after the mysterious shooting and death of an Israeli soldier on Sunday, 22 September. After the killing on Sunday night the IDF soldiers reportedly went around the neighborhoods surrounding the Abu-Arish checkpoint, close to where the soldier was killed, and rounded up all Palestinian males with an ID ... .....
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  • Israel‘s MAG closes investigation in 2009 death of Bassem Abu Rahmeh | September 15, 2013
    On Wednesday, 11 September, the Israeli Military Advocate General (MAG), Maj. Gen. Danny Efroni, decided to close an Israeli military investigation into the death of Bassem Abu Rahmeh, a non-violent activist from the village of Bil’in. The case was closed due to an alleged lack of evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the Israeli security forces... .....
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  • Jerusalem: Family‘s home demolished, now living in cave | September 09, 2013
    Khalid Zir, a 39-year old laborer living in Silwan, was forced to move his family into a cave in late August 2013 after Israeli municipal bulldozers destroyed the small shack that had been home to his family for seven years. The cave that lies beneath the small hill where his home once stood, which was once used as a stable for the family’s farm... .....
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  • 3 Killed by live fire in Qalandiya Refugee Camp | August 27, 2013
    Early Monday morning, 26 August, Israeli military forces killed three young men inside the Qalandiya refugee camp, in the West Bank near the border with Israel. Witnesses reported that undercover Israeli forces entered the camp at around 5 AM to carry out an arrest. Residents in the camp were quickly alerted to the presences of the military and ... .....
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  • "Price Tag" attacks strike again | August 23, 2013
    Late Monday night, 19 August, the Beit Jamal Monastery, located near Beit Shemesh just outside of Jerusalem, became the latest target of a “price-tag” attack carried out by Jewish extremists. During the night perpetrators threw a fire-bomb into the entrance of the monastery that houses the Sisters of Bethlehem, and defaced walls of the building ... .....
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