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Kafr Qadum: Military plasters photos of minors, threatening capture on sight

On Saturday, 1 June 2013, Israeli soldiers arrived at the West Bank village of Kafr Qadum. Between midnight and 1:00 A.M., they put up posters displaying photographs of four minors who live in the vil

Five Palestinians killed when Israeli military fired at protesters near Gaza perimeter fence, Dec. 2015-Jan. 2016

In at least four cases, the lethal gunfire was entirely unwarranted In December 2015 and January 2016 soldiers killed five Palestinians near the Gaza perimeter fence while protests were underway in th

Once again: Israeli military unlawfully shoots and kills Gazan protester and no-one will be held to account

At about 5:00 P.M. on 18 November 2016, soldiers shot and killed 25-year-old Muhammad Abu Sa’ed of Nuseirat Refugee Camp from a distance of some 15 meters. He was shot during the weekly protest near t

Soldier kills Palestinian teen who posed no threat by firing flare bomb at him across Israel-Gaza fence

On 9 September 2016, at 7:10 PM, a soldier fired a flare bomb from very short range at 15-year-old Palestinian ‘Abd a-Rahman a-Dabagh during a protest held near the Gaza perimeter fence, east of al-Bu

Military Police: Palestinian teens killed by military live fire, although military fired only rubber-coated bullets

Right to left: Muhammad and Usayed Qadus. Photos courtesy of the family On 25 February 2015, the Military Advocate General’s (MAG) Corps informed B’Tselem of the closing of the investigation into the

Israeli soldiers allegedly beat teenagers in al-Janiyah they suspected of throwing stones; boys released without facing any legal measures

On the afternoon of 13 December 2015, residents of the Palestinian village of al-Janiyah clashed with the Israeli military at the eastern entrance to the village. The military had sealed off this entr

Military continues to use live ammunition to quell demonstrations even when not in mortal danger

Muhammad Hamad, 11, in hospital in Ramallah. Photo by Iyad Hadad, B’Tselem, 19 March 2015 In the last few months, B’Tselem has documented dozens of cases in the Ramallah area of the West Bank in which

B'Tselem appeals to State Attorney’s Office against closing investigative files in case of Milad ‘Ayash, 17, killed by gunfire from East Jerusalem settlement

On 13 May 2011, during protests in connection with Nakba Day there were clashes in the Silwan neighborhood of East Jerusalem between demonstrators who threw stones and Molotov cocktails and Israeli se

Two killed by soldiers’ live fire in the West Bank: Suspicion that the military permits lethal firing on stone throwers

Update : On 6 February 2013 the MAG Corps informed B’Tselem that the investigation into the killing of Hamdi al-Fallah had been concluded and the case file sent to a military prosecutor for review. On

Background on demonstrations in villages near Bethlehem

Several demonstrations are held on a weekly basis in villages near Bethlehem to protest the expropriation of lands and the fact that lands have been isolated on the “Israeli” side of the Separation Ba