posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 01:12 PM
reply to post by buster2010
I don't know about the rest of the information in the thread, but what's supplied in the OP is very spotty, at best.
What it tells me is that a boy was throwing rocks near (at?) a checkpoint. The soldiers put him in a jeep and drove him home. I'm sorry there is
nothing wrong there. The soldiers were perfectly proper according to that information.
After the boy is home with family for a while, the soldiers take him and his dad to an army base for 30 minutes. Thirty minutes? That's it?
That's how long a teacher's conference takes.
"Mr. Maswadeh? Wadi? I think you should know that your child's behavior was quite inappropriate today. It's pretty well known that you
shouldn't throw rocks at armed men, it's pretty risky. And if he keeps this up, as he gets older, the likelihood of injury goes up. See what you
can do with him Mr. Maswadeh, as I say this is risky stuff, but he's still young enough to learn. Good luck. Shalom. Oh, and I hope you don't
mind the blindfold and handcuffs for the couple of minutes you were driven back and forth to my office. There are some military things here that are
confidential, and dangerous and it's just easier all around if you don't see them or get a chance to tamper with them. Thanks for your
That's all we've got for the "Israeli Atrocity of the Week?" Those IDF boys are going to have to toughen up if they ever
expect to commit an offense that deserves attention. This was really a non-story.