Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Teenager working on family farm near Nablus shot by settlers - no arrests

Pic: International Solidarity Movement

Yet another settler outrage goes unpunished.
Settlers shot and wounded a boy of 18 whilst he was farming on his father’s land at 1400hrs today, in the village of Jaloud, south-west of Nablus. Wael Mahmoud Tobase Ayad was planting trees together with his brother. As they were finishing, three settlers from a nearby illegal settlement, armed with handguns and a rifle, appeared from amongst some trees between 50 – 100m away. One of the settlers shot and wounded him in his right side with a hand gun. more

Collaborator Mubarak is in Israeli city of Eilat


By their friends you shall know them...
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak is in a luxury hotel in the Israeli city of Eilat, the Israel-based news site Al-Arab reported Tuesday. more