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Thursday, January 18, 2007


Abir Aramin, 10, Died Today

Abir Aramin, 10, died today. She was hit in the back of her head by a gas cannister, and then shot by Israel's border police, who have been tauting students of the Anata Secondary Boys' and Girls' Schools with grenades for one year and eight months.

This is what the director of her school said:

“What happened yesterday is a deliberate and provocative exercise practiced by border guards since the beginning of exams at the end of the first quarter at students in all of the Anata Secondary schools.”

She added, “The border guards are present daily at the doors of the Anata School for Boys and that for girls, and around Saladin Street where they know the kids must pass to reach buses or to walk home. They provoke the students by throwing grenades at them.”

Abir's father, Bassem was active in peace organizations.

May Abir's memory be eternal.

Here is the BBC's
(the Israel Ministry of Propagand in the UK)
version of this war crime -

Palestinian girl dies of injuries

Notice the photo in the article is of a roll of barbed wire etc, and not of a school and schollchildren.

The BBC is nauseating!
Israel Uber Alles

Israelis Seen Abusing Caged Palestinians
Norman Finkelstein website
17 Jan 2007
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Take care man, unity is a must.
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