Reuters: IDF soldiers beat our cameramen in Hebron News agency claims two of its photographers assaulted by troops who accused them of working for B'Tselem The Reuters news agency is claiming that IDF soldiers punched two of its cameramen and forced them to strip in the street, before letting off a tear gas canister in front of them. One of the photographers reportedly required hospital treatment. The regional brigade commander was ordered to open an investigation, Israeli Defense Forces spokeswoman Avital Leibovich said in an email. Yousri Al Jamal and Maamoun Wazwaz said a foot patrol stopped them as they were driving to a nearby checkpoint where a Palestinian teenager had been shot dead by an Israeli border guard. The two claim that the soldiers forced them to leave the vehicle and punched them, striking them with the butts of their guns. The troops accused them of working for an Israeli NGO, BTselem, which documents human rights violations in the West Bank, the Reuters cameramen said. The soldiers did not let the men produce their official ID papers and forced them to strip down to their underwear, making them kneel on the road with their hands behind their heads, the cameramen claim. According to the report, two other Palestinian journalists working for local news organizations, including a satellite television station affiliated to Hamas, were also stopped and forced to the ground. Reuters: IDF soldiers beat our cameramen in Hebron - Israel News, Ynetnews figures. that jewish "light unto the nations" keeps pissing on the fire of freedom.