Caught On Tape

Posted: February 24, 2009 in News and politics

Israeli Occupation Forces Shoot Gaza Farmer
Israeli forces shot a twenty year-old Palestinian farmer as he worked his land in the village of Al-Faraheen, east of Khan Younis in the Gaza Strip.

International Human Rights Activists were accompanying the group of farmers at the time as they worked approximately 500m from the Green Line.

Mohammad al – Breem, 20, was shot in the right leg as the farmers, together with the international Human Rights Activists, attempted to leave the area having worked on their land for 2 hours in full view of the Israeli forces situated along the Green Line.

As the farmers were loading up the parsley and spinach from the agricultural lands shots were fired from Israeli forces on the border. Mohammad was shot in the right leg and evacuated, while still under fire, to hospital.

International Human Rights Activists have repeatedly witnessed Palestinian farmers being shot at by Israeli forces as they attempt to work on agricultural land situated within 700m of the Green Line.

On Tuesday 27th January 2009, in Al Faraheen, Israeli forces shot at several farmers, killing a 27 year old farmer.

  1. Aaeyshah says:

    they are not human – isnt this terrorism..the isralis have been terrorising the palestinians since they stepped into palestine, taking over the land bit by bit – they are not only terrorists they should be called by the names of which they commit crimes, theives, murderers, child killers, bullies…and these are the kindest of the many that come to mind. may god help the palstinians..for the innocent will not be forgotten and the injustices that happened to them. the israelis may think they can continue to do as they wish now, but when allah deals with them, he shall also punish, and his punishment is the most severe!

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