2011年1月2日朝:パレスチナ人が検問所で銃殺される

2011年1月2日。パレスチナ西岸地区・ヨルダン渓谷のハムラチェックポイント
(イスラエル軍による検問所)において、1月2日の朝パレスチナ人が銃殺され
た。

日々、水を奪われ、土地を奪われ、家を破壊され、移動の自由を奪われながら
パレスチナ人が生活している、オスロ合意上のCエリア(イスラエルによって
行政上も警察上も完全に支配されている地域)でのことだ。

その日の朝、トバス出身のパレスチナ人、24才のモハメド・マフムード・マス
ラマ―ニさんがハムラチェックポイントを通ろうとしたところ、どこを通って
よいかよくわからなかった。間違ったレーンを歩こうとしていたらしい。
それを見た女性イスラエル兵士がヘブライ語で大声で叫び、当然、パレス
チナ人の彼にはヘブライ語が通じなかった。

女性兵士の叫び声を聞いた他のイスラエル兵士が、いきなり何発もの銃弾
を彼に撃ち込んだ。彼の両足が胴体から切り離されるに至るまで、何発も、何発
も。

その後、チェックポイントは一時間ほど封鎖されたという。
彼の遺体は、彼の家族が来るまでのその一時間、路上に放置されたままだった。
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/israelpalestiniansconflictshooting
Israel troops shoot dead West Bank Palestinian

AFP/File – Israeli soldiers stand guard. Israeli troops shot dead a
Palestinian at a checkpoint near the West Bank … Play VideoMideast
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– Sun Jan 2, 1:38 pm ET NABLUS, Palestinian Territories (AFP) – Israeli
troops shot dead a Palestinian at a checkpoint near the West Bank city
of Nablus on Sunday, less than 48 hours after a female protester died
after being tear-gassed. Palestinian officials condemned the two
deaths, calling them part of a “dangerous escalation” by Israel. The
Palestinian Red Crescent said Mohammed Daraghmeh, in his early
twenties, was killed at around 8:00 am (0600 GMT) at the Hamra
checkpoint northeast of Nablus. Initial media reports said Daraghmeh
had tried to stab soldiers at the checkpoint — a claim denied by
Palestinian sources. The Israeli military confirmed that Daraghmeh was
not armed with a knife, but said he entered an unauthorised lane in the
checkpoint and was believed to have been holding a bottle. “He
approached them, he was standing a few metres (yards) from them,” a
military spokeswoman said. “They asked him to stop, he didn’t answer,”
she said, adding that the incident was under investigation. The
spokeswoman could not confirm whether the bottle was broken, or if
Daraghmeh had explicitly threatened the soldiers. It was also unclear
how many soldiers opened fire. Daraghmeh, from Tubas, north of Nablus,
died at the checkpoint after sustaining bullet wounds to his chest,
hand and leg, sources at the town’s hospital where he was taken told
AFP. Palestinian security sources said Daraghmeh was trying to pass
through the checkpoint on his way to work at a West Bank settlement on
Sunday morning and a row broke out with troops when they refused him
passage. No soldiers were wounded in the incident, and the checkpoint
was closed afterwards. Several hundred mourners took part in his
funeral in Tubas, where he was buried covered by the flag of the
Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a small leftist
faction. Daraghmeh had been a member of the DFLP during his time as a
student at Al-Najah University in Nablus. The DFLP accused Israeli
soldiers of having “assassinated Daraghmeh in cold blood” and called
“on international and humanitarian human rights groups to investigate
this heinous crime.” Nabil Abu Rudeina, spokesman for Palestinian
president Mahmud Abbas, termed the incident a “dangerous escalation.”
“The Israeli escalation in the last two days is aimed at demolishing
any hope of a peace process, and we ask the US administration and the
international community to take necessary steps to stop the dangerous
escalation,” he told AFP. Michelle Bubis, a spokeswoman for Israeli
human rights group B’tselem, said details of the incident were still
unclear. “B’tselem demands a military police investigation and is
itself checking into the incident,” she said. Sunday’s death came less
than 48 hours after that of Jawaher Abu Rahma, a 36-year-old
Palestinian woman who died after inhaling massive amounts of tear gas
fired by the Israeli military at a West Bank demonstration. Abu Rahma
died in hospital overnight on Friday in the West Bank city of Ramallah
after collapsing during a protest against the Israeli separation
barrier in the nearby village of Bilin, hospital staff said. The
Israeli lawyer of Abu Rahma’s family, Michael Sfard, on Sunday accused
the army of having “used a very massive amount of gas,” thereby
endangering the lives of demonstrators. “Once again, the military
covers the acts of its men, instead of offering its apologies and a
thorough investigation,” he said. Hundreds of Israeli protesters,
including a member of the leftist Meretz party, protested Saturday
outside the defense ministry headquarters in Tel Aviv against the
continued Israeli occupation in the West Bank after Abu Rahma’s death.
Meanwhile, UN spokesman in Israel Richard Miron expressed concern about
the two deaths. “We are very worried that two Palestinians have lost
their lives in recent days in incidents involving Israeli forces in
occupied West Bank, including an unarmed woman killed at a protest
against the barrier at whom a tear gas was fired and a man shot and
killed at a checkpoint,” he said. Following Abu Rahma’s death, the army
said an “investigation has been opened to determine the exact cause of
death,” and that it had “unsuccessfully contacted the Palestinian
Authority to obtain a medical report.” Palestinian chief negotiator
Saeb Erakat on Saturday condemned Abu Rahma’s death as an “Israeli war
crime.” On Saturday evening, a Palestinian man was arrested by Israeli
troops in the Gush Etzion settlement bloc, south of Bethlehem, after
reportedly trying to stab two female soldiers. The Israeli military
said no one was wounded in that incident.

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