Tuesday, February 24, 2009
another routine day
Another routine day in the West Bank: arrest. One of many West Bank residents arrested. This Palestinian was shot while bound and blindfolded, Israeli Human Rights group reports.
Another routine day for West Bank residents: Israeli courts. Ofra Ben-Artzi, an Israeli, writes a report of a court case, one of many, translated from Hebrew by George Malent:
"'Khalas': a very common Arabic expression that literally means 'finished', or 'over'. In this context it is used as an interjection to express despair or resignation, and means something like, 'forget it' - trans."
not only Israeli prisons hold Palestinian prisoners, but also Israel's proxy security forces, i.e. Abbas's police and West Bank prisons do the work for them.
Another routine night of West Bank raids by Israeli soldiers, Palestinians captured, "taken to unknown locations."
Another routine day in the life of people in Ni'lin, West Bank. Feb. 16, 2009.