240 israeli military abuse cases without charges rights group

An Israel-based human rights group says Palestinians have submitted 240 abuse complaints against the Israeli military in 2012 but not a single indictment has been handed.

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The Saturday report by the Yesh Din human rights group accused the Israeli military of civilian abuse, noting that it has no base in the occupied West Bank to allow Palestinians to file complaints directly. 

The report said that Palestinians have submitted 240 complaints to Israeli human rights groups in 2012 against the military, which conducted 103 probes related to them. 

Out of 103 probes, not a single indictment was made of a single soldier, the report added.


The Israeli military responded to the report on Saturday insisting that not all of the probes have concluded, so it is conceivable that someone might be indicted at some point.
 

On January 29, Tel Aviv boycotted a UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) review in the Swiss city of Geneva that examined Israel’s violations of Palestinian rights. 

Israel severed all ties with the Council in March 2012 after the UNHRC adopted a resolution condemning Tel Aviv’s announcement of new settlement units and demanded a reversal of the settlement policy. 

Israeli violence remains an almost daily occurrence in the occupied Palestinian territories, including Ramallah. 

In spite of a security agreement with the Palestinian National Authority, according to which Ramallah falls under full Palestinian administrative and security control, Israeli forces regularly carry out raids in the city and its surroundings…JA


via press tv


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