Last week, a police investigation concluded that the claim by Dean Issacharoff, a spokesperson for the anti-IDF NGO ‘Breaking the Silence’, was false.
Issacharoff claimed that while he was a soldier in the IDF, he beat up a handcuffed Arab prisoner as his fellow soldiers watched. Most of his fellow soldiers said Issacharoff was lying and the event never happened.
Investigators spoke with the Arab man that Issacharoff arrested, and he said he was not beat up. The investigation was closed.
But ‘Breaking the Silence’ is determined to prove that Issacharoff beat up an Arab.
‘Breaking the Silence’ found another soldier who served with Isaacharoff’s, and he said he witnessed Issacharoff knee a prisoner.
On Saturday night, Issacharoff claimed the police investigators spoke with the wrong Arab, according to a report in HaKol HaYehudi.
Issachar said he is willing to go to court to prove he beat up an Arab while he was serving in the IDF.
You just can’t make this stuff up.