Israelis Murder Palestinian Teenager Seconds after Photograph Taken

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Original Chinese Language Article By: http://blog.sina.com.cn

(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD)

On the 21st, September, 2015, at the Jordanian West Bank city of Hebron, an 18 year old Palestinian female university student approached a check-point (wearing Islamic dress) – and according to (unverified) Israeli reports – attempted (but failed) to assassinate the Israeli soldiers.  This led to the young woman standing quietly whilst the Israeli soldiers trained their weapons upon her.  Seconds after the first two photograph were taken, two Israeli soldiers opened fire – cutting the young woman to the ground.  Her body was taken to a nearby hospital where it was confirmed that she had been killed by Israeli gun-fire – no weapons were found either on or near her body – and there was no evidence of any Israeli soldiers being injured.

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This brave, young woman was killed by the Israeli Defence Force (IDF) as part of the continuous Israeli occupation of the city of Hebron.  The situation is tense due to the mix of Jews and Palestinians being made to live in close but unequal proximity.  Hebron (the largest city in the West Bank) is in fact an apartheid area with one section controlled by the Palestinian Authority, and the other directly administered by Israel.  The body of this young was carried through the streets of Hebron by her family and friends, whilst other people showed their sorrow for her death, and respect for her sacrifice.

©opyright: Adrian Chan-Wyles (ShiDaDao) 2016.

 Original Chinese Language Source Text:

http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_703742950102w3qp.html

18岁巴勒斯坦少女被击毙前几秒画面

当地时间9月21日,约旦河西岸希伯伦城某检查点,一名蒙面巴勒斯坦少女在试图刺杀以色列士兵失败后被以军击杀。

图为当时的对峙场面,几秒后这名妇女被击毙。

这名被击杀的女孩是一名大学生,在中枪后被送往医院抢救,最终不治。

事件中涉事士兵并未受伤。图为被击毙女孩的家人与之告别。

图为被击杀女孩的朋友和家人抬着她的遗体在希伯伦城街头举行悼念活动。

约旦河西岸最大的城市希伯伦是巴勒斯坦人和犹太人的混居之地,双方时有摩擦,是非不断。

整座城市被分为两部分,希伯伦一区在巴勒斯坦民族权力机构管辖之下,而二区则由以色列控制。

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