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Abdullah Dwaik, 12, was on his way to his grandparents’ house in Hebron earlier this months when he happened upon a chaotic scene of Israeli soldiers arresting other children that ended with Dwaik being blindfolded on an army base: “The soldiers hit 18 of us. They hit us hard and hit some of the other boys and others were hit in the eyes. Some of the boys couldn’t see or walk. They hit a ten-year-old boy and threw him on the floor and they hold him if they saw him again, he would be arrested. They threatened us and said that they would arrest us again and will demolish our house. They took me and interrogated me and asked me to give the names of other boys. I said I don’t know and they started to threaten me. And told me to tell them so that I can be safely released or they will arrest my father. I was scared and I wished my family was with me. Ofer, the settler, was allowed to be inside with us and looked at us.”
PNN/ Bethlehem/ Israeli politicians are considering two initiatives this week with the aim to silenc
PNN/ Naqab/ Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Wednesday demolished the unrecognized Bedouin village
PNN/ Naqab/ Israeli army bulldozers demolished today two Palestinian houses in the Bedouin villages
An activist says Israel is deliberately terrorizing Palestinian children.
Israel issues permits for the construction of 176 new settler units.
Report by rights groups says violation of rights of arrested Palestinian minors is Israel’s ‘primary mode of conduct’.