IDF closes probe into killing of Mustafa Tamimi in Nabi Saleh

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IDF closes probe into killing of Mustafa Tamimi in Nabi Saleh | +972 Magazine

The Israeli Military Advocate General (MAG) announced Thursday that it has closed the investigation into the killing of Mustafa Tamimi, a Palestinian resident of the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh. Tamimi died almost exactly two years ago, on December 10, 2011, after being hit by a tear gas canister shot by IDF soldiers at close range during a demonstration in the village. He was critically injured at the protest, and died the next day at Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva.

According to Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem, the MAG claims the canister that killed Tamimi was fired “according to the relevant rules and regulations and did not involve any illegality.” It accepted the soldier’s claim that he didn’t see Tamimi when shooting from the military jeep and further relied on expert opinion that determined the soldier could not have seen Tamimi while shooting.

How could it possibly be in line with regulations for a soldier to fire any weapon without having a clear line of sight, especially during a protest?

According to B’Tselem, Israeli military orders officially forbid shooting tear gas canisters directly at people. While military officials regularly cite this position in response to B’Tselem’s queries, in practice such shooting continues unabated.
Look at the photo below that was taken by a photog at the moment the shot was fired.



The court agreed with the shooter that he "couldn't see the pali"...heheh.

This is what passes for justice in OZreal.
 

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The whitewash of another Israeli murder of another Palestinian!

Is anyone surprised?
 
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Israeli court whitewashes Rachel Corrie murder.
 
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IDF closes probe into killing of Mustafa Tamimi in Nabi Saleh | +972 Magazine

The Israeli Military Advocate General (MAG) announced Thursday that it has closed the investigation into the killing of Mustafa Tamimi, a Palestinian resident of the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh. Tamimi died almost exactly two years ago, on December 10, 2011, after being hit by a tear gas canister shot by IDF soldiers at close range during a demonstration in the village. He was critically injured at the protest, and died the next day at Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva.

According to Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem, the MAG claims the canister that killed Tamimi was fired “according to the relevant rules and regulations and did not involve any illegality.” It accepted the soldier’s claim that he didn’t see Tamimi when shooting from the military jeep and further relied on expert opinion that determined the soldier could not have seen Tamimi while shooting.

How could it possibly be in line with regulations for a soldier to fire any weapon without having a clear line of sight, especially during a protest?

According to B’Tselem, Israeli military orders officially forbid shooting tear gas canisters directly at people. While military officials regularly cite this position in response to B’Tselem’s queries, in practice such shooting continues unabated.
Look at the photo below that was taken by a photog at the moment the shot was fired.



The court agreed with the shooter that he "couldn't see the pali"...heheh.

This is what passes for justice in OZreal.
the MAG claims the canister that killed Tamimi was fired “according to the relevant rules and regulations and did not involve any illegality.”
Holy load of bullshit, Batman!
 

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Look at the photo below that was taken by a photog at the moment the shot was fired.



The court agreed with the shooter that he "couldn't see the pali"...heheh.

This is what passes for justice in OZreal.
the MAG claims the canister that killed Tamimi was fired “according to the relevant rules and regulations and did not involve any illegality.”
Holy load of bullshit, Batman!
Define for us the rules of engagement and how they applied in these circumstances.

Describe for us the situation that existed in the minutes prior the photo being taken.
 
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Look at the photo below that was taken by a photog at the moment the shot was fired.



The court agreed with the shooter that he "couldn't see the pali"...heheh.

This is what passes for justice in OZreal.
the MAG claims the canister that killed Tamimi was fired “according to the relevant rules and regulations and did not involve any illegality.”
Holy load of bullshit, Batman!
Define for us the rules of engagement and how they applied in these circumstances.

Describe for us the situation that existed in the minutes prior the photo being taken.
That's not the point. The soldier claimed he never saw the pali before firing...and even with evidence such as this, the israeli court agreed and whitewashed the incident.

Justice in OZreal.
 

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Holy load of bullshit, Batman!
Define for us the rules of engagement and how they applied in these circumstances.

Describe for us the situation that existed in the minutes prior the photo being taken.
That's not the point. The soldier claimed he never saw the pali before firing...and even with evidence such as this, the israeli court agreed and whitewashed the incident.

Justice in OZreal.
The point is, you have no facts on the circumstances. You reflexively blame the Joooooooos because your biases preclude any objective interpretation of the facts - of which you have none.
 

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Whatever ever happened to St. Pancake?
What is St Pancake?
Not what.

Who.

St. Pancake (of IHOP) was Rachel Corrie.

A hateful young American woman known as an example of Darwin's law who is (of course) revered by vile hateful anti-Semitic and anti-Israei types.
Ah yes, I know about Rachel Corrie. The idiot who decided to walk in front of a moving bulldozer. I think I know why you used the word Pancake. :lol:
 

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What is St Pancake?
Not what.

Who.

St. Pancake (of IHOP) was Rachel Corrie.

A hateful young American woman known as an example of Darwin's law who is (of course) revered by vile hateful anti-Semitic and anti-Israei types.
Ah yes, I know about Rachel Corrie. The idiot who decided to walk in front of a moving bulldozer. I think I know why you used the word Pancake. :lol:
One zionists "idiot" is anothers courageous freedom fighter.

 
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Lt. Col. Peter Lerner, IDF Spokesman: “This is an individual tragedy, with an awful outcome. The thorough investigation concluded that the troops operated within their realm of responsibility, and that by running at the vehicle, Tamimi put himself at unnecessary risk, unfortunately resulting in his death.

IDF Investigation Concludes: Mustafa Tamimi Death Regrettable, Not a Crime ? IDF Blog | The Official Blog of the Israel Defense Forces
Zionists will ignore the very evidence right before their fucking eyes...

...it's the only way to live with themselves.
 

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Lt. Col. Peter Lerner, IDF Spokesman: “This is an individual tragedy, with an awful outcome. The thorough investigation concluded that the troops operated within their realm of responsibility, and that by running at the vehicle, Tamimi put himself at unnecessary risk, unfortunately resulting in his death.

IDF Investigation Concludes: Mustafa Tamimi Death Regrettable, Not a Crime ? IDF Blog | The Official Blog of the Israel Defense Forces
Zionists will ignore the very evidence right before their fucking eyes...

...it's the only way to live with themselves.
The outcome of the Inquiry was the correct one. Deal with it.
 

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Not what.

Who.

St. Pancake (of IHOP) was Rachel Corrie.

A hateful young American woman known as an example of Darwin's law who is (of course) revered by vile hateful anti-Semitic and anti-Israei types.
Ah yes, I know about Rachel Corrie. The idiot who decided to walk in front of a moving bulldozer. I think I know why you used the word Pancake. :lol:
One zionists "idiot" is anothers courageous freedom fighter.

This is another example of why the hateful anti-Semitic and anti-Israel douchebags are incapable of actual debate.

They cannot recognize that support of a terrorist organization like Hamas is not the same as fighting for freedom and liberty. Stepping in front of a bulldozer is not an act of bravery. It is a tragic indication of a mental disease when done for such debased reasons as supporting Hamas.

By CONTRAST, standing UP to the tyranny of Communist China's regime by risking one's life in front of a column of tanks is nothing short of heroic.

Mindless lumps who loathe Israel and its right to exist cannot even begin to fathom the vast differences.

Alfie has yet to make a coherent comment.
 

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