domenica 1 maggio 2016

Ufficiale dell'IFD attaccato da coloni ebrei in un avamposto vicino a Hebron .Nessun arresto



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Un ufficiale israeliano ha presentato una denuncia alla polizia , affermando di essere stato attaccato da giovani coloni ebrei all'  avamposto di Khavat Gal vicino a Hebron . Doveva esaminare  le strutture illegalmente costruite. Gli aggressori lo hanno strattonato e lo hanno chiamato un "gentile" e un "cane". Finora nessuno è stato arrestato 
IDF troops at Khavat Gal (Photo: TPS)
 
Le truppe dell'IDF a Khavat Gal (Foto: TPS)
Il Movimento Nahala   sostiene l'insediamento degli ebrei in tutte le aree della Terra di Israele
Civil Administration officers at Khavat Gal (Photo: TPS)
 
Funzionari dell'Amministrazione Civile a Khavat Gal .
Settler youth at Khavat Gal push a Civil Administration officer, calling him a 'gentile' and a 'dog'; Nahala Movement: 'Civil Administration is initiating provocations targeting us. The officers came in plain clothing, refused to identify.'
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IDF officer says attacked by Jewish settlers at outpost

Settler youth at Khavat Gal push a Civil Administration officer, calling him a 'gentile' and a 'dog'; Nahala Movement: 'Civil Administration is initiating provocations targeting us. The officers came in plain clothing and refused to identify.'
Roi Yanovsky, Yoav Zitun
Published: 05.01.16, 18:50 / Israel News

An IDF officer filed a complaint with the police on Sunday, claiming he was attacked by Jewish settler youth when he arrived at the outpost of Khavat Gal near Hebron with his team to survey illegally-built structures

The officer, who serves as the Israeli Civil Administration's infrastructure officer, said the attackers pushed him and called him a "gentile" and a "dog." He was unharmed in the incident.

A police patrol car arrived at the scene, and the Judea and Samaria District Police opened an investigation into the incident. No suspects have been arrested at this time. Meanwhile, the residents of Khavat Gal, which is near Kiryat Arba, claimed that that the Civil Administration was "initiating provocations targeting us."

The Nahala Movement, which supports the settling of Jews in all areas of the Land of Israel, said that "at 1:25pm, two men in civilian

clothing came to the neighborhood, which is located east of Kiryat Arba, and started walking around a house being built there. The construction workers asked them who they were and why they were there, but they didn't answer and refused to identify themselves. Several minutes later, one of them began taking work tools worth thousands of shekels, without any warrants or identification. The construction workers objected to that, and a minor confrontation broke out. It was then that the two rushed to call the police.
"Later, the Civil Administration issued a statement to the press according to which uniformed officers were attacked. The photos clearly show them in plain clothing." he movement further said that "after the Civil Administration forces were done loading their truck with construction materials from the house, they took additional equipment from the yard of another house, which was built five years ago, doing this with no explanation other than 'We are doing what we see fit.'"

Finally, the Nahala movement stated that Khavat Gal was an approved neighborhood of Kiryat Arba and that the house in question was apparently "built outside the building line."


The Civil Administration is the Israeli governing body that operates in the West Bank. While formally separate, it was subordinate to the IDF and the Shin Bet.


IDF troops at Khavat Gal (Photo: TPS)
IDF troops at Khavat Gal (Photo: TPS)

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1 se fossero stati i  palestinesi  ad assalire  un ufficiale israeliano sarebbero stati "neutralizzati" (termine usato da Ynet e non solo da Ynet ) o  arrestati   2  se fossero stati i palestinesi a compiere tale azione ,sarebbero stati definiti terroristi 3  per giorni la notizia nei commenti , nei blog,  nei  siti e nei quotidiani pro annessione e   pro settler ,sarebbe  stata riportata  e bollata con parole di fuoco 4  la destra nazionalista    avrebbe scritto ai giornali,  avrebbe telefonato alle redazioni  sottolineando la mancanza di una  informazione  equa e la non esattezza dei titoli che dovevano   essere più o meno scritti con questa dicitura :"terroristi palestinesi assaltano militari dell'IDF ecc "

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