Harsh conditions persist at checkpoints where Palestinian laborers enter Israel

Published on Oct 23, 2013

Jewish settlers attack Palestinians in the West Bank

Published on May 1, 2013

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Jewish settlers attack Palestinians in the West Bank

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A group of masked Jewish settlers set fire to a house and fields across villages in the West Bank before attacking Palestinians. Palestinian villagers clash with the settlers on a hill overlooking the village of Orif. Israeli soldiers arrive to disperse the crowd with stun grenades. The attack was in retaliation to the killing of Israeli settler Eviatar Borovsky.

Palestinian girl in front of Israeli soldiers

Published on Nov 4, 2012

הילדה הפלסטינית מול חיילים ישראליים.

Palestinian girl in front of Israeli soldiers

Video: Scene of Gaza-Israel border shooting after IDF kills Palestinian

Published on Nov 23, 2012

One adult has been killed and at least 10 teenagers injured after Israeli soldiers opened fire at the Gaza-Israel border, Gaza medical authorities claimed. The incident happened east of the city of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza. The clashes erupted after a group of Palestinian farmers wandered into the disputed 300-meter buffer zone along the border – DETAILS http://on.rt.com/77srpi

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Crazy Israeli settlers (inhumane sociopaths)

Published on Nov 9, 2012

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Info
Palestinians face home demolitions leaving tens of thousands homeless. Checkpoints within the West Bank humiliate Palestinians who have to wait for hours. They are not for “security” and are placed between Palestinian cities.

The apartheid wall is a giant concrete wall that dwarfs the Berlin Wall. The wal is not on the border, but 90% of it runs inside the West Bank, separating villages, and destroying homes and Palestinian farmland in the way of its construction

650,000 illegal Israeli settlers live in illegal settlements(colonies) on Palestinian land, destroying Palestinian homes and leaving innocent families and children homeless.
4.7 million Palestinians are classified by the U.N as refugees that were displaced from their homes by Israel.
The Archbishop Tutu and Nelson Mandela as well as other South African leaders have reported that the Israeli apartheid is worse than in South Africa.

“We know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians” – Nelson Mandela

Please spread the movement!!!!!!! It worked for South Africa, and it will work to free Palestine from Israeli apartheid.


IDF Israeli Snipers | Full Movie NEW! – הצלפים של צה”ל | סרטון חדש


Published on Jul 17, 2012

Another great movie from the HB”T unit of the IDF Ground Forces.

Meet Zionist Miriam Levinger Two

Uploaded on May 11, 2011

Zionist Miriam Levinger is from the Bronx, New York and is living illegally as a colonial occupier in Al Khalil / Hebron, Palestine, fully supported for decades by the United States government to carry out genocide against the indigenous Palestinian people of the city. Miriam Levinger and her fellow colonial settlers work together with the colonial Israeli army and police to make the lives of the Palestinian families of the city into a living Hell, in an attempt to force them to leave their land.
This genocide is fully funded by the United States government through the stolen money of the U.S. people’s tax money to the tune of $11 -13 million dollars a DAY. Most people in the U.S. have no idea of the ongoing and constant genocide that is happening in Palestine, or that they themselves are paying for it, because they are lied to constantly by their government, who steals their money at the same time.
To see the first video in this series : Meet Miriam Levinger,
click here

for part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdmt_j…

Learning to Hate: Israel’s Colonial Settler Children

Uploaded on Jan 25, 2011

Footage filmed in Hebron, Palestine

Evil zionist attack Palestinian child,women,and man

Uploaded on Oct 18, 2011

A recently released video by human rights activists shows Israeli police as brutally beating up a Palestinian family in the occupied territories, Press TV learnt.

The video showed an Israeli police using excessive force against a defenseless woman in front of a child while kicking a young boy who is detained minutes later, Press TV reported on Saturday.

Meanwhile, a report released on Thursday by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) said that Israel has since 1967 detained about 750,000 Palestinians including some 12,000 women and tens of thousands of children.

PCBS said that Israel currently holds some 6,000 Palestinians in prisons, including 35 women and 285 children.

In addition, one or more members of almost every Palestinian family have been detained by the Israeli police.

PCBS further said that more than 200 detainees have since 1967 been killed as a result of medical negligence, torture or murder by Israeli soldiers and prison guards.

On Friday, about 12,000 Gazans staged a mass rally, which was called for by the democratically elected Hamas government, to express their solidarity with the Palestinians prisoners who are on a hunger strike for the second consecutive week in response to harsh measures used against them.

“We will not rest until every Palestinian prisoner has returns to his family, we will continue our activities and resistance until we secure the release of all of our brothers and sisters who are being held captive by the Zionists,” one of the demonstrator told Press TV.

Shocking Clip: Israeli Checkpoint Cruelty

Uploaded on Aug 12, 2011

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If you don’t want to support what happens in this video then join the international boycott of Israel. Support groups like BDS and ISM, start a chapter at your university, and pressure your university, business, grocery store, theatre, and government to divest from Israel and boycott Israeli products. It worked against Apartheid South Africa and it will work against Apartheid Israel.

See my main page for links to organisations that advocate for and provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people.

“Animals. Animals. Like the Discovery Channel. All of Ramallah is a jungle. There are monkeys, dogs, gorillas. The problem is that the animals are locked they can’t come out. We’re humans. They’re animals. They aren’t humans we are.”
– Israeli border police (you can find at 5:03 of this video)

“We let them suffer, in the sun, in the rain, that’s it. That’s what I wanted to say. Let the whole world know.”
– Israeli border police

“When the Palestinians come…we put on our show.”
– Israeli border police

“Nobody knows about us here. Nobody in the world.” – Palestinian businessman

“Look at what they do to us, do to our children. Look!” – Mother with two children

“Food for my wife, Christmas tomorrow. Meal for my family! I’ll be back in the morning!” – Elderly Palestinian man

Update: Sorry but I had to disable comments. Too many users engaged in hate speech which is something I do not want on any of my videos.

Officer points loaded weapon into face of Palestinian


Uploaded on Jul 20, 2011

On 18 June ’11, an army force came to a petrol station at the entrance to the West Bank village of Beit ‘Ummar, which lies north of Hebron and arrested a youth from the village who works at the station, for allegedly throwing stones. His cousin, Rami Abu Mariah, who was there, intervened and spoke to the force commander to try and stop the arrest. The commander, a First Lieutenant, pushed him back, loaded his weapon and directed it straight at Abu Mariah’s face. Muhammad ‘Awwad, a B’Tselem volunteer who lives in the village, documented the incident on video.

וידאו: קצין דורך את נשקו בפניו של פלסטיני

בשבת 18.6.2011, הגיע כוח צבאי בפיקודו של קצין בדרגת סגן לתחנת דלק בכניסה לכפר בית אומר, צפונית לחברון. החיילים עצרו את עובד התחנה, צעיר תושב הכפר, בחשד ליידוי אבנים. בן דודו, ראמי אבו מאריה, שנכח במקום התערב בניסיון למנוע את המעצר ופנה אל הקצין בדברים. בתגובה, נראה הקצין הודף אותו ולאחר מכן דורך את נשקו ומצמיד את קנהו לראשו. מוחמד עוואד, תושב הכפר המתנדב בפרויקט “חמושים במצלמות”, תיעד את האירוע במצלמתו.

Palestinian man bleeding from a head injury, beaten by colonial Israeli soldiers


Uploaded on Dec 15, 2010

March 28, 2006,
In this footage a Palestinian man is shown bleeding from a head injury after being beaten by colonial Israeli soldiers near the checkpoint leading in and out of the Tel Rumeida neighborhood. After being treated by Doctors Without Borders personnel the man is taken away in a military vehicle. An HRW can be heard fearing aloud that the man will be beaten more if taken in the Army vehicle.

Colonial settler youth attacks Palestinian students and pushes elderly HRW

Uploaded on Dec 14, 2010

November 25, 2005.
This colonial settler girl repeatedly harasses Palestinian students as they try to return home after school. When she attacks one of the students, she also pushes an elderly international volunteer who falls to the ground. The soldiers do nothing to stop the attacks.

Colonial settler violence and harassment on the morning of January 14, 2006

Uploaded on Dec 15, 2010

The following clip was taken on the morning of January 14, 2006, and shows colonial settler violence and harassment throughout the day, leading to the settler child riot on Shuhada.

Why Can’t Palestinian Kids Play on Al Shuhada Street?

Uploaded on Dec 14, 2010

Why can’t Palestinian kids play on Al-Shuhada Street, the main street in Hebron? Here, a colonial Israeli soldier gives a very succinct answer.

Israeli soldiers violently arrest shepherd, disregard court rulings

Uploaded on Oct 9, 2010

August 1, 2005 – South Hebron Hills, occupied West Bank.

Israeli soldiers force shepherds from Mfaqqara and At-Tuwani to leave their grazing land. The soldiers attempt to move the flocks off of the land, while the Palestinian shepherds assert their right to remain on the land. An Israeli army commander destroys a map which the shepherds provided to demonstrate their right to shepherd their flocks in this area, according to an Israeli court ruling.

The violent treatment and arrest of one of the shepherds demonstrates the ongoing harassment of Palestinian shepherds, farmers, and laborers as a result of the Israeli occupation.

RT Israel Trophy Kill Palestinians – Public Committee Against Torture Israel – Louis Frankenthaler

Uploaded on Aug 28, 2010

All credit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwNf3b… Thanks LS

Watch “God’s Chosen” kick women and children out of their homes to live on the streets

Published on Jun 30, 2010

In Silwan, a Palestinian neighbourhood near Jerusalem’s Old City, Israeli settlers are increasingly encroaching on Palestinians’ land.

Tension there are high after the Jerusalem municipality approved a controversial plan to demolish 22 Palestinian homes to make way for a park and shopping complex.

The European Union has warned Israel over its plans to demolish dozens of Palestinian homes in occupied East Jerusalem.

“Settlements and the demolition of homes are illegal under international law, constitute an obstacle to peace, and threaten to make a two-state solution impossible,” a statement issued by Catherine Ashton, the EU’s foreign policy chief, said.

Al Jazeera’s Sherine Tadros visited the families whose homes are threatened by Israel’s demolition plans.

Reuploaded from AlJazeeraEnglish’s channel-

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“Israeli soldiers arrest European tourists”. Palestine, Bethlehem, Beit Sahour. 31/03/2010

Uploaded on Apr 10, 2010

European tourists were arrested by Israeli soldiers in area A, according to the Oslo Agreement this area must be in the control of the Palestinian Authority. This happened during a tour with ATG Alternative Tourism Group Palestinian NGO that organises political and cultural tours in the Palestinian Occupied Territories.The group of English tourists, close to the illegal Israeli settlement of Har Homa, were following the Palestinian tour guide in Beit Sahours Municipality fields. Suddenly Israeli soldiers pass through the fence and run after the group, that in the same moment try to move from the area. The orders from the Israeli soldiers are to arrest two English men that look like Arab people. Part of the group – 6 English people, one Swedish person, and one Italian woman, who is a volunteer in ATG – that support the two men, is all arrested. The tourists stay for more than one hour in the buffer zone and after this, they are moved inside the Gilo checkpoint in Bethlehem, where they are kept for a long time.The respective Consulates are informed. After some time, without any explications, the group is released. After a few days, in Sheikh Jarrah (east of Jerusalem) 2 French tourists are arrested by Israeli soldiers and they spend one night in jail.

IDF Officer refuses to protect Palestinians קצין צה”ל מסרב להגן על פלסטינים

Uploaded on Jan 31, 2010

On 15 December 2009, settlers prevented Palestinian farmers from planting olive trees on the farmers land in Deir Nidham, north of Ramallah. Soldiers at the scene did nothing to prevent the harm to the Palestinians. Instead, they closed the area to all civilians, Palestinians and settlers.

More at http://www.btselem.org/english/video/…

Soldier fires at unarmed demonstrator in Bilin with rubber bullet. Filmed by Li Lorian


Uploaded on Oct 11, 2009

During a demonstration in Bil’in against the Separation Barrier, an Israeli military officer fired a rubber-coated metal bullet from very short range at a demonstrator. The casualty was unarmed, was not throwing stones, and did not endanger the security forces. He was taken to Assaf Harofeh Hospital in Israel, where he underwent surgery to remove the bullet from his thigh. The incident was filmed by two photographers. This video was filmed by Li Lorian. The footage shows that the shooter was no more than a few meters from the demonstrator when he fired. Israeli military regulations prohibit the use of rubber-coated bullets at a distance of under forty meters, given that rubber-coated bullets may be lethal when fired from a shorter distance. Following B’Tselem’s letter to the Military Advocate General Corps, a Military Police investigation was opened. This footage was filmed on 14 March 2008.


Documentary: “Lethal Ambiguity” – Rules of Engagement in the IDF

Uploaded on Jan 17, 2007

A short documentary with testimonies from Israeli Soldiers about the Rules of Engagement in the IDF. “The bottom line is that the orders are unclear. They are confusing. And when orders are unclear, people die.” www.btselem.org

B’Tselem is an Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.


Testimony: Palestinian Boys assaulted in Jerusalem

Uploaded on Jan 17, 2007

On March 12, 2006, plain-clothed police officers assaulted two children, ages 15 and 11, who were on their way home in the neighborhood of Abu Tor in East Jerusalem. The officers beat the two boys and took the older one to a police station where they abused him severely. The family has filed a complaint. www.btselem.org

B’Tselem is an Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Testimony – Rasmi al-Khatib; Paralysed By Soldier’s Bullet whilst playing Football

Uploaded on Jan 18, 2007

Rasmi al-Khatib was 13 years old in October 2001, when he was playing soccer with friends. A soldier fired at the children and a bullet struck him. Since then, Rasmi’s left arm has been paralyzed.
The Israeli government has proposed an amendment to its Tort Law intended to exempt Israel from paying compensation to Palestinians injured by the security forces. www.btselem.org

B’Tselem is an Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.


  1. Ben The Zionist Jew

    Very one sided.

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