Monday, May 01, 2006

[ePalestine] 3-Year-Old Child's Skull Crushed at Israeli Checkpoint

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Dear friends,

Mainstream media did not think this story was worth covering, after all, it's only another Palestinian child murdered by the Israeli occupation's "benign" policy of military checkpoints. Just collateral damage in a much larger Israeli-made catastrophe.  This baby's beautiful picture is attached.

Also, some "normal" news from last night in the north of the West Bank:

Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Woman

The Law of the Jungle yet rules.



Date : 29/04/2006    Time:13:59 

3-Year-Old Child's Skull Crushed at Israeli Checkpoint

HAIFA, April 29, 2006 (WAFA)-A three-year-old girl was killed at an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank city of Ramallah, her mother told WAFA on Saturday. 

The little child Rafeda Thaer, of Kufr Kanna in Israel, was accompanying, last Sunday, her mother and three brothers to pay a visit to her imprisoned father in Nafha Israeli jail. The Israeli occupation's Gate of Kharibtha checkpoint, west of Ramallah, shut [on] her head and crushed her skull. 

Her mother, Jihan Aqeela said: "We stopped at the Kharibtha checkpoint inside a car for more than one hour. Rafeda wanted to go to bathroom. We got off the car and as we were passing the checkpoint, its huge Gate suddenly shut up against Rafeda's head. She was instantly bleeding from her head and eyes and went in a coma . An ambulance rushed to the checkpoint and took Refada to Hospital, but she died two days later." 

M.H. (13:55P) (10:55 GMT) 


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