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Things that disgust me- Israel

I can’t believe that in this day and age with the progression of technology and the media that Israel  can still exist, and nothing (absolutely nothing) is being done about how they are treating Palestinians aka the people whose land they’ve taken and mistreated (that word being a big major understatement) for the past 60 years. Is it because as soon as anyone says anything they start screaming you’re an anti-Semite even though the term doesn’t just cover jewish people? 

http://www.ifamericansknew.org/- This website just really shows things as they are without the bullshit of people trying to suggest that this is not a one sided war. All of this just sickens me to the core.

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descentintotyranny:

Israel holds US boy without charge after police nearly beat him to death

July 5 2014

Fifteen-year-old Palestinian-American Tariq Abukhdeir, cousin of recent lynching victim Muhammed Abu Khudair, was brutally beaten by masked Israeli police on Thursday evening in the Shuafat neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem. He has since been arrested and held without charge and denied medical treatment, according to his family and the rights group Addameer.

Tariq’s family lives in Tampa, Florida and have been on vacation in Palestine since early June. They are scheduled to return to the United States on 16 July. Tariq’s next court hearing is scheduled for Sunday, 6 July.

As photos of Tariq’s horrific facial bruises surfaced, so did two videos that show masked Israeli officers punching, kicking and dragging a handcuffed Palestinian in Shuafat:

Salahedeen Khdeir, Tariq’s father, told The Electronic Intifada by phone from Shuafat that the Palestinian in the video is his son Tariq and that the footage was recorded by neighbors who then released it to a Palestinian media outlet.

Salahedeen says Tariq was visiting his uncle’s house in an area devoid of clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians when he and five other youths were attacked in the yard by two masked Israeli police agents.

Tariq was roughed up the worst, beaten so badly that he lost consciousness. But that didn’t stop the Israeli forces from arresting Tariq and the others without charge and preventing Tariq from receiving medical treatment for five hours.

“Tariq was arrested at 7:35pm but wasn’t transferred to the hospital until around 1:30am,” said Salahedeen. During those five hours his parents were prevented from seeing him as well.

At the police station, Salahedeen came face to face with his son’s attackers, who called Tariq “a tough boy” and claimed he tried to attack them.

Kangaroo court

Tariq’s parents did not see him again until Friday in an Israeli court where the judge extended his imprisonment another 48 hours as requested by the Israeli police, who argued they still needed to question him.

The officers told the judge that Tariq and his cousins were throwing stones, an accusation Tariq and his family vehemently deny. When asked if they had any witnesses to the alleged stone-throwing, the officers said no, Salahedeen recounted.

When Salahedeen showed the video of Tariq’s beating to the judge, he said, she was appalled and asked the officers why they beat a boy who was handcuffed. She also asked why Palestinian youths arrested for throwing stones appear in court with bruises while Israeli Jewish youths arrested for throwing stones appear unharmed.

The officers responded, “When we tell the Jewish kids to stop throwing stones, they stop and let us lock them up. But the Palestinians kids want to fight,” recounted Salahedeen.

“Tariq is scared,” said his father, adding that his son speaks very little Arabic and no Hebrew, making an already nightmarish ordeal even more terrifying for the 15-year-old.

Salahedeen begged the judge to let him stay with Tariq in jail so he so he could check his son’s urine for blood each time he uses the bathroom, as advised by the doctor who treated the boy. This has led his family to fear that he may have internal bleeding. The judge denied Salahedeen’s request, promising that she would personally notify the jail to look after Tariq.

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thebowspring:

Israel barred Palestinian men under the age of 50 from entering al-Aqsa Mosque complex to pray at Islam’s third holiest site, during the holiest month of the Islamic calender (Ramadan) on the holiest day of the week (Friday). This forced hundreds of men to pray Jumu’ah on the streets outside the gates of the Old City.
(Photo: Baz Ratner / Reuters, Wadi al-Joz, July 4, 2014)

thebowspring:

Israel barred Palestinian men under the age of 50 from entering al-Aqsa Mosque complex to pray at Islam’s third holiest site, during the holiest month of the Islamic calender (Ramadan) on the holiest day of the week (Friday). This forced hundreds of men to pray Jumu’ah on the streets outside the gates of the Old City.

(Photo: Baz Ratner / Reuters, Wadi al-Joz, July 4, 2014)

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"Are there ads on British TV?"
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greglestrade:

Yes, but it’s mostly supermarkets talking shit about other supermarkets.

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moonflowerlights:

#how long have we been holding on to this one?
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Oh shut up. Every time it rains, it stops raining. Every time you hurt, you heal. After darkness, there is always light and you get reminded of this every morning but still you choose to believe that the night will last forever. Nothing lasts forever. Not the good or the bad. So you might as well smile while you’re here.
— I Wrote This For You (via stability)

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