Tariq Abu Khdeir, the American cousin of Palestinian ‘revenge’ attack victim Mohammed Abu Khdeir, spoke out about his beating at the hands of Israeli police.
An Israeli judge on Sunday released from jail and placed under house arrest a 15-year-old American of Palestinian descent whose apparent beating by Israeli police in East Jerusalem has drawn U.S. concern.
Israel has arrested suspects in the death of a Palestinian teenager, Israeli media reported on Sunday, and a security source indicated that Jewish assailants were responsible for the abduction and killing.32
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The United States called for speedy investigation of an incident in which it said a U.S. citizen of Palestinian descent appeared to have been badly beaten by Israeli paramilitary police during riots in East Jerusalem this week.11
The American cousin of suspected Palestinian revenge attack victim was reportedly beaten and imprisoned by Israeli troops during protests before the funeral of the Jerusalem teen.35
Initial autopsy findings from the body of an East Jerusalem youth who Palestinians believe was kidnapped and killed by far-right Jews showed that he was burned alive, the Palestinian attorney-general is reported as saying.21
A Sydney man whom police accused of participating in a brutal anti-Semitic attack last year was acquitted for lack of evidence.
Chanting “Intifada, Intifada”, thousands of furious Palestinians called for a new uprising against Israel during the funeral on Friday of a teen they believe was kidnapped and killed by far-right Jews.6
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