Tel Aviv, 12 Jumadil Akhir 1434/21 April 2013 (MINA) – An Israeli television Chanel 2 broadcasted an Israeli soldier brutal treatment toward Palestinian children in Israeli prisons.

     An Institute for Human Rights for Palestinian prisoners, Al Ahrar, that monitored the station revealed the information in its official websites as monitored by Mi’raj News Agency (MINA) Sunday (21/4).

     Fuad Al-Khuffash, the director of Ahrar called on the Palestinian Authority to take the moment as an information and reports to the UN and international communities about the treatment of Israeli occupation toward Palestinian children prisoners.

     “Israeli TV station Chanel 2 has aired the atrocities committed by its government against the Palestinian children prisoners. It is the proof that Israel has really done a grave violation of international law and human rights,” He said.

     Al Khuffash also said the report should be used as a legal argument against the Israeli atrocities by exposing their crimes and abuse against children.

     “This is the right moment for Palestinian government to bring the Israeli government officials to the international court. That it obviously a crimes against humanity,” he said.

     Al Ahrar also reported, in general, the children who are interrogated and tortured in the television broadcast are those aged under 12 years old.

     Al-Khuffash called on the Palestinian ambassadors all around the world to hold a press conference to publicize the report and expose the Israeli crimes against the Palestinian child prisoners.

     “We ask the Palestinian ambassadors all around the world to hold a press conference and showed these findings to the international community to know the crimes committed by Israel againts  Palestinian children, especially the shooting of prisoners in the Negev town a few years ago” he added.

Al-Khuffash also emphasized the importance of documenting Israeli crimes as historical evidence and support for the struggle of Palestinian people from Israeli occupation. (T/P04/P03)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)

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