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    The global movement filed a complaint against the Israeli occupation

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     The global movement filed a complaint against the Israeli occupation Empty The global movement filed a complaint against the Israeli occupation

    Post by Rocky Thu 28 Dec 2017, 2:11 am

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    DCI has filed a complaint against the Israeli occupation on behalf of Fawzi al-Junaidi, 17, who was severely beaten during his detention on December 7.
     
    The lawyer of the movement Farah Biadasi, who is following the case of the young boy arrested in Ofer prison on Thursday, that the medical examinations that was subjected to al-Junidi showed a fracture in his right shoulder as a result of beatings by Israeli soldiers during his arrest.
     
    She explained that "the Israeli occupation court decided to release the child on bail of 10,000 shekels, and gave the Israeli prosecution for 48 hours to appeal the decision, noting that" the prosecution withdrew the appeal and thus will be released al-Junidi if the bail. "
     
    Regarding the circumstances of his arrest, the child said in his testimony to a lawyer for the International Defense for Children movement that Israeli soldiers arrested him from Wadi al-Tuffah Street in Hebron during his escape from gas and confrontations on his way to his uncle's house.
     
    "When I ran, I ran into a soldier who started to beat me, and there were soldiers hiding in the buildings. They immediately attacked me, beat me, threw me on the ground, hit me on the head and back. They hit me on the shoulders and chest with their legs and rifles. "They tied my hands on my legs and I was on the ground."
     
    "They took me to the checkpoint at the entrance to the northern city of Bethlehem. I was very scared. I did not know what was happening. I did not understand what was happening. I walked about 30 meters until we reached the checkpoint. I remember that the blood was flowing from my face, especially from my lips. And then they threw me on the ground in a room and started hitting me with their legs all over my body. I screamed a lot to stop but they lasted for about 5 minutes. "
     
    Al-Junaidi said that Israeli soldiers took him out of the room and threw him on the ground with his hands tied and blindfolded.
     
    "When I was sitting on the ground outside, one of the soldiers came and hit me on the right legs, and then the shoe that I was wearing fell off. I lost the first individual during the arrest. I was barefoot. After the interrogation I was given a plastic slipper to wear. To the court on 11 this month. "

    He pointed out that one of the soldiers poured very cold water on his feet, and that more than one soldier stomped on his feet while sitting on the ground in addition to kicking, except that one of the soldiers was constantly cursing him.
     
    The child and two other detainees were taken to the police station of the Kiryat Arba settlement. The gang was removed from his eyes and the plastic stand was swung from his hands with two shackles and shackled forward, before being interrogated for about half an hour, during which he was allowed to consult only a lawyer.



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