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Palestinian beaten, held for days despite video proving innocence.

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posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 05:24 PM
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How much time will the world need to do something about this. Its a cancer to justice to stand by watching abuses of human rights, illegal occupation, burning of children's, prisioners withou trial, demolotion of houses, no freedom, no basic itens, no health, no clean water, nothing!

In the following video we can see one more abuse in the never ending list of abuses inflicted to an occupied people. A young Palestinian gets beaten up and arrested by Israeli soldiers while showing minimal resistance. Despite the footage proving his innocence, it was not reviewed for days after the arrest.

According to the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights, Ansar ‘Aasi, 25, was minding his own business at the office of a cleaning products company in al-Bireh, as clashes continued to explode nearby between the IDF and Palestinian youths.



The young man was injured and had to be taken to a hospital as a result of the beating. Worse still, his case could not be heard for days and the accusers would not examine the video evidence. But even after that, according to the Israeli human rights body, the Palestinian was held for two more days.

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posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 07:06 PM
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I just watched this on RT, the guy was just doing his job and you can see how scared he was when he seen the soldiers.

This is proof that they treat Palestinians like animals regardless of being guilty of a crime or not, don't call me antisemitic though, it does take two to tango.

SnF for bringing this to light.



posted on Oct, 26 2015 @ 10:30 PM
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Dude looked nervous to begin with and was acting suspisious. Then he resisted arrest an dgot a kick to the ground. Seen th e same thing on cops before. HE kept resisting and didnt do as instructed. And really he had to been around people who were being investigated. they just dont roll up an d arrest you for no reason.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 05:05 AM
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a reply to: yuppa

Not a word from you condemning this brutal action. Amazing, I tell you, to justify this "episode".
They did arrest the guy for no reason. Thats a fact!

you say:" he resisted arrest, he kept resisting and didn't to do as instructed"
What do you want? The first thing he got from the soldier was a lot of punch's and kicks, without even questioning him!?!

The guy was struck down into the floor defending himself from the kicks in the head, in is back, everywhere. They were about 5 to 6 men beating him up!!!

What do you expect!? What instructions!? The poor guy didn't had time to speak he was crushed by those cowards.
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 11:27 AM
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originally posted by: voyger2
a reply to: yuppa

Not a word from you condemning this brutal action. Amazing, I tell you, to justify this "episode".
They did arrest the guy for no reason. Thats a fact!

you say:" he resisted arrest, he kept resisting and didn't to do as instructed"
What do you want? The first thing he got from the soldier was a lot of punch's and kicks, without even questioning him!?!

The guy was struck down into the floor defending himself from the kicks in the head, in is back, everywhere. They were about 5 to 6 men beating him up!!!

What do you expect!? What instructions!? The poor guy didn't had time to speak he was crushed by those cowards.


Resisting arrest includes ANY ACTION that is perceived as non compliance. the guy hand his hands up in a defensive fashion then was kicked to break the stance. COPS do this all the time and are justified. And why was it being recorded to begin with? Set up much? And then th e dude before thi s started looke d to hide something out of the cameras view.

Youre just biased toward its the evil israelis. SOLDIERS operate on a diffrent level than cops as well and as such are not as concerned with rights. its not their job. They followed orders. so take i t up with their commanders. ALso it had to be a hot zone with one standing guard with a machine gun pointed down th e street.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 12:11 PM
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a reply to: yuppa

Here you are again supporting the brutal attack on an innocent young men.

About " soldiers not being concerned with rights" their's a"thing" called the geneva conventions and the declaration of human rights. Read it. Maybe you learn something.

Israeli soldiers ... just one example....how they understand "freedom of press”, watch:




Andrea Bernardi, an Italian videographer working for AFP and Abbas Momani, a Palestinian photographer from the same organization

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bias indeed...
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 12:22 PM
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originally posted by: voyger2
a reply to: yuppa

Here you are again supporting the brutal attack on an innocent young men. And I'm the one who is bias...

About " not being concerned with rights" their's a"thing" called the geneva conventions and the declaration of human rights. Read it. Maybe you learn something.

Israeli soldiers ... just one example....how they understand "freedom of press”, watch:




Andrea Bernardi, an Italian videographer working for AFP and Abbas Momani, a Palestinian photographer from the same organization

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bias indeed...


You and I must have been looking at a diffrent video. To me i tlooked like he towed a azz whipping for being a non compliant dumbazz. no Audio either. Which makes it hard to prove it was not justified. ALso Do you know ho wmany terrorist attacks have been committed by people wearing"press"? If you live in a war zone your rules of engagement are diffrent. Thats what people do not understand here.

I woudnt care if th e soldiers beat a israeli down pulling the same crap. My father was a MP and has explained before that military arresting you is not a nice thing. they will incapacitate you first. Israelis since they have no stun weapons the only thing left is their fist and feet before using a gun.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 12:39 PM
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a reply to: yuppa

What, he did not comply?? Thats BS man!
He was doing his job, he was putting things away in the storehouse, when he realized something was wrong overthere. Next thing he gets is a soldier erupting like a ligtning in the storehouse beating this guy into the ground, then 3 or 4 come in to help the beating!!

Thats no way to adress anyone, specially someone that was minding his own business. And yet here you are approving such actions! Hurray!!
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 12:47 PM
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Article 3
«States that even where there is not a conflict of international character, the parties must as a minimum adhere to minimal protections described as: non-combatants, members of armed forces who have laid down their arms, and combatants who are hors de combat (out of the fight) due to wounds, detention, or any other cause shall in all circumstances be treated humanely, with the following prohibitions:

(a) violence to life and person, in particular murder of all kinds, mutilation, cruel treatment and torture;

(b) taking of hostages;

(c) outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating and degrading treatment

(d) the passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples.»

Fourth Geneva Convention - Part I. General Provisions



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 12:54 PM
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a reply to: voyger2

Geneva convenions do not apply here. "palestine' was never a country. THAT applies to a COUNTRY that is occupied. Th ecountrys who HAD th e land at one time refuse to reclaim it leaving the"palestinians/AKA refugees" without a leg to stand on.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:03 PM
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a reply to: yuppa



Resisting arrest includes ANY ACTION that is perceived as non compliance.

Arrest? What arrest? The guy was just standing there and this Nazi jumps him.


the guy hand his hands up in a defensive fashion then was kicked to break the stance.

Oh please the guy hands his hands up with them fully open. That is not a defensive position that is saying don't hurt me.


And why was it being recorded to begin with? Set up much? And then th e dude before thi s started looke d to hide something out of the cameras view.

Ever hear of something called a security camera? Practically all companies have them now espcially pointing towards the door.


SOLDIERS operate on a diffrent level than cops as well and as such are not as concerned with rights. its not their job.

Wrong soldiers are not above the law and the IDF have to enforce them just like the Israeli police.


ALso it had to be a hot zone with one standing guard with a machine gun pointed down th e street.

All of Palestine's occupied land has been a hot zone since 67.


Youre just biased toward its the evil israelis.

You're just biased against the Palestinians that's why you are making excuses up for this Nazi.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:06 PM
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Palestine is an Occupied Territory since 1947. Palestine is in fact a State:



In the same meeting Resolution 43/177 was adopted, in which the proclamation of the State of Palestine was acknowledged and the occupied Palestinian territories were called territories over which the Palestinian people should exercise sovereignty. The resolutions 43/176 and 43/177 were broadly supported by NGO's all over the world

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 43/176

Got to go .. see ya later, dude..bye.
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:09 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: voyger2

Geneva convenions do not apply here. "palestine' was never a country. THAT applies to a COUNTRY that is occupied. Th ecountrys who HAD th e land at one time refuse to reclaim it leaving the"palestinians/AKA refugees" without a leg to stand on.

Wrong Geneva conventions do apply and even the Israeli Supreme court has admitted that.

Israeli-occupied territories

Soon after the 1967 war, Israel issued a military order stating that the Geneva Conventions applied to the recently occupied territories,[79] but this order was rescinded a few months later.[80] For a number of years, Israel argued on various grounds that the Geneva Conventions do not apply. One is the Missing Reversioner theory[81] which argued that the Geneva Conventions apply only to the sovereign territory of a High Contracting Party, and therefore do not apply since Jordan never exercised sovereignty over the region.[73] However, that interpretation is not shared by the international community.[82] The application of Geneva Convention to Occupied Palestinian Territories was further upheld by International Court of Justice, UN General Assembly, UN Security Council and the Israeli Supreme Court.

Any more excuses for Israels actions?



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:11 PM
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a reply to: buster2010

GEt me video with actual words being spoken and a translation. then I might believe the OP.

The man was acting suspicious in the video and looked agitated. SOldier saw this and went after him. and you ve never been subdued by military police have you? If you arent laying on the floor face down with your hands behind you it can stil be considered resisting according to MPs ive talked to.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:21 PM
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GEt me video with actual words being spoken and a translation. then I might believe the OP.

A picture is worth a thousands words not to mention I doubt they were speaking a language you understand so why do you need audio?


The man was acting suspicious in the video and looked agitated.

He was watching the IDF and knowing how gun happy they are and was wanting to know if he should duck or not.


and you ve never been subdued by military police have you? If you arent laying on the floor face down with your hands behind you it can stil be considered resisting according to MPs ive talked to.

I have been arrested a couple of times by MP's and never once was I subdued by them or put face down on the ground. That is only done to people who put up a fight or if the MP is a prick that gets off on beating people. This guy was not putting up a fight as the video shows so stop with the excuses for these pricks.
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:25 PM
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originally posted by: voyger2
a reply to: yuppa


Palestine is an Occupied Territory since 1947. Palestine is in fact a State:



In the same meeting Resolution 43/177 was adopted, in which the proclamation of the State of Palestine was acknowledged and the occupied Palestinian territories were called territories over which the Palestinian people should exercise sovereignty. The resolutions 43/176 and 43/177 were broadly supported by NGO's all over the world

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 43/176

Got to go .. see ya later, dude..bye.



The UN under its Charter has no authority and cannot establish a country, it cannot supersede or modify international law and treaties.
The UN under its charter can only recommend its resolutions and if it is accepted by the parties and signed as an agreement by the parties, it is valid, otherwise it has no validity of enforcement whatsoever.

The Arabs rejected outright all the pertinent UN resolutions and therefore none of those UN resolutions are valid.
There was also the Faisal Weizmann Agreement signed and executed in London on January 3, 1919 which recognized Palestine as a Jewish territory.

The UN, other entities, other nations and organizations can put up flags for the fictitious Arab Palestinians. It does not mean nothing. Under International Law and treaties signed and executed by the Supreme Allied Powers after WWI. Arab states were created in Mesopotamia , Syria, Lebanon , etc totaling 5 million square miles.

The Balfour Declaration was incorporated into international treaty and Palestine aka Israel which is about 75,000 square miles was assigned to be the reconstituted Jewish National Home it its historical ancestral indigenous territory going back over 3500 years. The Jewish people has a continuous habitation of Palestine aka Israel for the past 4000 years and more.

After 1948 the Arab countries persecuted and expelled over a million Jewish families and confiscated all their assets including over 110,000 square km. of land, which is about 6 times the size of Israel.
Most of the million expelled Jewish families were resettled in Israel and now comprise over half the population of Israel.

SO in actuality ANYTHING the UN says is ONLY APPLICABLE if the countries involved AGREE TO IT. So they can pass resolutions all day long. That is why Israel ignores them BECAUSE they CAN according to the UN's own creation.
Op and BUsters points are hereby MOOT.
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posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 01:28 PM
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a reply to: buster2010

If he was moving he was resisting. any motion can be considered that.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 02:19 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: buster2010

If he was moving he was resisting. any motion can be considered that.

Oh please. Keep making up nonsense.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 02:28 PM
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a reply to: yuppa



There was also the Faisal Weizmann Agreement signed and executed in London on January 3, 1919 which recognized Palestine as a Jewish territory.

You may want to read that again because it recognizes Palestine as Arab land not Jewish.
Faisal–Weizmann Agreement


The agreement committed both parties to conducting all relations between the groups by the most cordial goodwill and understanding, to work together to encourage immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale while protecting the rights of the Arab peasants and tenant farmers, and to safeguard the free practice of religious observances. The Muslim Holy Places were to be under Muslim control.
The Zionist movement undertook to assist the Arab residents of Palestine and the future Arab state to develop their natural resources and establish a growing economy.
The boundaries between an Arab State and Palestine should be determined by a Commission after the Paris Peace Conference.
The parties committed to carrying into effect the Balfour Declaration of 1917, calling for a Jewish national home in Palestine.
Disputes were to be submitted to the British Government for arbitration.



posted on Oct, 27 2015 @ 03:54 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa

The UN under its Charter has no authority and cannot establish a country, it cannot supersede or modify international law and treaties.

This is dramatically hypocritical. wow! Tell me how was Israel established ?


originally posted by: yuppa
SO in actuality ANYTHING the UN says is ONLY APPLICABLE if the countries involved AGREE TO IT. So they can pass resolutions all day long. That is why Israel ignores them BECAUSE they CAN according to the UN's own creation.

So more hypocritical BS from you. Can you please post something that actually prove your nonsense on this last statement? And I'm Bias? of course...




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