Home Tags Yitzhar
For years, Israelis hiking in the Shomron have reported that Arabs from various villages come out and attack them during their hikes.
IDF soldiers and Border Guard Police officers who arrived at the scene pushed the attackers back towards their village.
"The looting deeply humiliates a person, not only by stripping him of his possessions but by stripping him of his dignity, and trampling his status vis-à-vis the security forces."
Many of the youths were assigned to participate in the expulsion process and were told to help pack family belongings. They refused to participate with the expulsion.
It turns out the IDF divides the Judea and Samaria Arabs into four categories: "Violent," "deterred," "indifferent," and "appeased," and the Army is helpless to act when they crossover without any warning.
'it is important that the laws of human rights, individual rights and certainly the right to privacy are kept regarding all citizens, including Yitzhar residents.'
Only a week ago Arabs carried out a provocative "agricultural ploughing" at the very same spot.
"The so called secure harvest has proven time and again to be life endangering, this farce must end, once and for all," said Yitzhar Secretariat Chairman Uriah Cohen.
The indictment omits a crucial component, the fact that the Arab taxi veered off its path in an attempt to ram the shooter's vehicle.
The minor pulled out of his own home, without judicial due process and without seeking expert opinion from a social worker and the Youth Probation Service.
Ah, police harassment, that unique combination of abuse of power and contempt for civilians.
The police violently woke the elderly couple at 4 AM to see if the boy was sleeping in his grandparent's home. They did that to other families who also hosted the boy.
Back at the first court again, the minor from Yitzhar has been freed, until tomorrow.
Following the bizarre arrest, the court was shocked how the police disregarded the mandatory welfare requirements of the minor from Yitzhar.
Police arrested the boy at 3 AM, to send him to a farm down south. His parents were not allowed to accompany him. He wasn't even allowed to bring his T'fillin.
"The Major General sleeps well with his children in his home while my son is being thrown out to the street. We cannot accept this."
A teenage boy who was barred from his home in Yitzhar and also from Samaria is allowed to return for lack of placement elsewhere.
A Wednesday decree issued by Shabak truly sounded like part of the mad hatter's party in Alice in Wonderland.