A year-old Israeli boy has filed a complaint against Border Police officers who he claims filmed him and his friends while they were bathing in a spring outside the northern West Bank settlement of Yitzhar last week. Fearing trouble with the authorities, the children ran ahead to the spring, undressed and began dunking. Border officers arrived at the scene shortly thereafter and demanded that the boys provide them with identification. According to the year-old, officers began filming the incident on their phones from the moment they exited the jeep. The complaint to the Police Internal Investigations Department asserts that the Yitzhar youth asked the border cops to put their phones away while they dressed, but that the officers continued to film for three more minutes. A teen from the northern West Bank settlement of Yitzhar who is accusing Border Police of filming him naked while he was bathing at a spring on June 7, No arrests were made.
In Photos: Israel releases two 15-year-old Palestinian boys after three years of prison
Two year-old Palestinian boys, Shadi Farrah and Ahmad Al-Zaatari, were released on Thursday after almost three years of imprisonment by Israeli authorities in different juvenile detention centers. Farrah and Al-Zaatari were picked up today noon from two juvenile detention centers in the north by their families and were later taken to the West Bank city of Ramallah where a celebration and a press conference took place, passing through the Qalandiya military checkpoint where activists, friends and relatives were waiting holding posters of the two boys. For example, they beat Ahmad and he was about to suffocate. In a press statement given to the conference attendees, the Palestinian Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs indicated that 85, Palestinian children were arrested since , and children were detained from January until the end of October ; the equivalent of two to three children a day. Now that they are released, the two boys said they have a strong passion to continue their studies hoping to join universities in few years, and the parents showed determination to engage them in the society again.
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