Friday, July 26, 2013
From YouTube: 'After over and over attacks and harassment of Palestinian family near the settlement of Qiryat Arba, by settlers on Fridays, we, Ta'ayush and ICAHD activist went to be with the family on last Friday, 19th July 2013.
The settlers, who knew about our arrival, choose not to come but to send the police and then a Border Police.
One of us spoke with the police and when he asked if we are there due to the fear of the arrival of settlers, he responded "yes".
On our way back, One mile away, on the section of Beit Anun, Police border, inspector Aharon Shahaf, surprisingly, ordered us to stop.
Shahaf knew us, at least me and Ezra from South Hebron Hills, we met there few times, during our activity. He also admitted it.
When we stopped, Shahar asked us to park the car on the side of the road and to give him our IDs. Ezra gave his, me, Maria and Dani, we asked to know if he suspects we committed any offense.
By the Court ruling, one do not have to show his ID unless there is suspicion of an offense
Shahar begin weave of all sorts of general accusations violation of the orders and assistance to Ezra " with "Ezra's variety suspicious" "
After a while Also came to the place Col. Avi Biton, the head of Hebron DCO, he knows us also..
After about 20 minutes of unnecessary delay inspector Shahaf release us. '
Friday, July 19, 2013
This video expands on the story from last weeks video of the arrest of a Palestinian in Hebron:
Issa Amro was helping a French TV crew film at a mosque in Hebron. They all had to give the IDF their IDs & passports at a checkpoint. When they returned to the checkpoint, the IDF refused to give Amro his ID. They held him at the checkpoint, then arrested him. They took him to a nearby station. While there, Amro was beaten & injured. Later, the IDF released him to a Palestinian ambulance, which took him to a hospital, where he was treated & held for observation.