Evidence Emerges of Israeli ‘Shoot To Cripple’ Policy In the Occupied West Bank

Evidence Emerges of Israeli ‘Shoot To Cripple’ Policy In the Occupied West Bank


‘At 10 PM on August 8, a twenty-year-old resident of the Al Amari refugee camp named Muhammad Qatri arrived dead at the Palestinian Medical Complex in Ramallah. He had been killed by Israeli soldiers during a protest near the illegal West Bank settlement of Psagot — shot through the heart right on the spot on his shirt that read, “Gaza.”
From the parking lot outside the hospital’s emergency room, a group of men bellowed chants about the latest unarmed young man to fall before Israeli gunfire in an usually bloody few weeks. I arrived at the hospital gates with a colleague and met Dr. Rajai Abukhalil, a 26-year-old resident physician who had just phoned Qatri’s father to deliver the bad news.
Not even midway through his night shift, Abukhalil was already on his fifth coffee and still awaiting a free moment to take breakfast.’
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