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Aziz Salha, one of the lynchers, waving his blood-stained hands from the police station window. Salha was later arrested by Israel and sentenced to life imprisonment, but was released in 2011 as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange.

The 2000 Ramallah lynching was a violent incident in October 2000 at the beginning of the Second Intifada in which a Palestinian Crowd killed and mutilated the bodies of two Israel Defense Forces reservists, Vadim Nurzhitz (sometimes spelled as Norzhich) and Yossi Avrahami (or Yosef Avrahami),[1] who had accidentally entered the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Ramallah in the West Bank and were taken into custody by PA policemen to the local police station.

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Lynching

Sequence of events

On October 12, 2000, about 9:30,[2] two Israel Defense Forces reserve soldiers, serving as drivers, Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami,[3][4] mistakenly passed an Israeli checkpoint and entered Ramallah.[5][6][7] Reaching a Palestinian Authority roadblock, where previously Israeli soldiers had been turned back, the reservists were detained by PA policemen and taken to the local police station at Ramallah's twin city el-Bireh, not far from Arafat's headquarters.[7][8]

Rumors quickly spread that Israeli undercover agents were in the building, and an angry crowd of more than 1,000 Palestinians gathered in front of the station calling for the death of the Israelis. Soon after, Palestinian rioters stormed the building, overcame the Palestinian police and murdered and mutilated both soldiers. The Israeli reservists were beaten, stabbed, had their eyes gouged out, and were disemboweled. At this point, a Palestinian (later identified as Aziz Salha), appeared at the window, displaying his blood-soaked hands to the crowd, which erupted into cheers. The crowd clapped and cheered as one of the soldier's bodies was then thrown out the window and stamped and beaten by the frenzied crowd. One of the bodies was set on fire.

At 10:30, the crowd dragged the two mutilated bodies to Al-Manara Square in the city center as the crowd began an impromptu victory celebration.

Palestinian policemen did not prevent, and in some cases actually took part in, the lynching.[2][9][10][11][12] The Palestinian Authority however claimed that thirteen policemen were injured trying to protect the Israelis.[2]

Additional information and versions

Some sources mentioned a funeral service for Halil Zahran (17, according to David Pratt[13]), a "Palestinian civilian who was killed in clashes with the IDF two days earlier", what "had just ended at the time". According to Daniel Dor, its "thousands of mourners" then "approached the police station, eague to vent their rage upon the two undercover agents".[6][14] According to D. Pratt, about over 100 Palestinians, including nearly two dozen children, had been killed in the preceding two weeks during clashes with Israeli forces, and four days earlier, the badly beaten body of Issam Hamad (36) had been dumped outside of the city. His murder, according to Marwan Bishara of Al Jazeera, was attributed to settlers in Halamish.[13][15] It should be mentioned that

Word that two soldiers were held in a Ramallah police station reached Israel within 15 minutes. According to Roni Shaked, the IDF itself thought initially that the two must have been "undercover agents".[6] According to the Ramallah station chief, there were 21 policemen in the building, some of whom were cooks and administrative personnel, since many policemen had been dispersed throughout the city to control the crowd during the funeral.[6] The IDF decided against a rescue operation. Both Haaretz and Maariv reported that approximately 13 Palestinian policemen were injured while attempting to stop the lynching.[6] Jamal Tirawi the Palestinian Intelligence chief at the Mukata'a nearby, only intervened hours after the second soldier lay dying.[8]

Reactions and military response

The brutality of the murders shocked the Israeli public,[16] intensifying Israeli distrust of Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat. Notably, the event also deeply damaged the Israeli left-wing's faith in the peace process. Amoz Oz, the Israeli author and "authoritative voice of Israel's peace camp," stated, "Without any doubt, I blame the Palestinian leadership. They clearly did not want to sign an agreement at Camp David. Maybe Arafat prefers to be Che Guevara than Fidel Castro. If he becomes the president of Palestine, he'll be the leader of a rough, Third World country and have to deal with sewage in Hebron, drugs in Gaza, and the corruption in his own government."[17][18]

In response, the Israeli military launched a series of retaliatory strikes against Palestinian Authority targets in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Israeli forces sealed off Palestinian cities as troops, tanks, and armored vehicles massed. Israeli helicopters fired rockets at two police stations in Ramallah (the police station where the lynching took place was destroyed); the Beit Lahia headquarters of Tanzim, the armed wing of Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction; and buildings near Arafat's headquarters in Gaza City. Israeli Navy gunboats were seen offshore. Six Palestinian Authority naval boats were destroyed. Later in the day, Israeli helicopters destroyed the Voice of Palestine radio station in Ramallah. According to Palestinian sources, a total of 27 people were injured in the attacks.[2][19] Israeli authorities claim that the PA was warned before the attacks, and that a warning shot was fired before every attack, in order to empty the buildings about to be attacked.[20]

Media coverage

An Italian film crew, later learned to be employees of Mediaset, Italy's largest private television station, captured footage of the lynching.[21]

British photographer Mark Seager attempted to photograph the event but the mob physically assaulted him and destroyed his camera. After the event, he stated, "It [the lynching] was the most horrible thing that I have ever seen and I have reported from Congo, Kosovo, many bad places.... I know they [Palestinians] are not all like this and I'm a very forgiving person but I'll never forget this. It was murder of the most barbaric kind. When I think about it, I see that man's head, all smashed. I know that I'll have nightmares for the rest of my life."[12]

An ABC News team also attempted to record the incident but the mob also prevented them from doing so. ABC News producer Nasser Atta said that when the crew began filming the lynching, "youths came to us and they stopped us with some knives, with some beating."[22]

RAI Scandal

Following the lynching on October 16, 2000, Riccardo Cristiano, the deputy head of the Jerusalem bureau of Italy's state television channel RAI, published a letter (see text) in Al-Hayat al-Jadida, the official daily newspaper of the Palestinian Authority (PA). In the letter (entitled "Special Clarification by the Italian Representative of RAI, the Official Italian Television Station"), Cristiano denies that RAI had any involvement with the filming of the incident and that one of the station's Italian competitors was responsible for the footage. He wrote, "We [RAI] emphasize to all of you that the events did not happen this way, because we always respect (will continue to respect) the journalistic procedures with the Palestinian Authority for (journalistic) work in Palestine and we are credible in our precise work." The Italian correspondent also praised the PA, declaring, "We congratulate you [the PA] and think that it is our duty to put you in the picture (of the events) of what happened on October 12 in Ramallah.... We thank you for your trust, and you can be sure that this is not our way of acting. We do not (will not) do such a thing."[9]

As a result of the letter, the Israeli Government Press Office suspended Cristiano's press card. The Israeli Foreign Ministry stated, "His letter implies that he will never again film events which are liable to cast a negative light on the PA, such as the recent lynching of IDF reservists in Ramallah.... The State of Israel, as a democratic society, welcomes the foreign journalists working here and invests considerable effort in both assuring freedom of the press and assisting journalists in their work. All that we ask from foreign journalists is that they abide by the rules of press ethics as is accepted in democratic societies."[9]

Cristiano's letter, which effectively identified Mediaset as being responsible for the footage, necessitated Mediaset to withdraw its staff out of fear of Palestinian revenge attacks. In response, Italian politician Silvio Berlusconi, whose family holding company controls Mediaset, said, "The letter is indicative of an anti-semitic attitude in elements of the Italian left." The Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera declared it a shameful day for Italian journalism.[21]

For its part, RAI disowned the letter and recalled Cristiano, stating, "He will no longer work from Jerusalem. Rai had no knowledge of the letter and its content." Regarding Cristiano's motives for the letter, RAI asserted that the journalist had recently been injured while covering other Palestinian riots and he wished to dispel rumors that RAI was responsible for the footage.[21]

Claims of Palestinian censorship

In relation to media coverage of the event, the Israeli Foreign Ministry accused Palestinian broadcasting stations of making "every effort to hide the horrible pictures which were shown around the world." The ministry further asserted that "according to reporters' evidence on the scene," the Palestinian police attempted to prevent foreign journalists from entering the area in order to obstruct reporting of the incident.[9]

Arrests of lynching suspects

After he assumed office, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ordered the Israeli security services to find and arrest the lynchers. Israel subsequently tracked down those responsible:

  • Aziz Salha was arrested in 2001. He admitted to being one of those who broke in to the police station and choking one of the soldiers while others beat him bloody. When he saw that his hands were covered with the soldier's blood, he went to the window and proudly displayed his blood-stained hands to the mob below, and was photographed while doing so.[23][24] In 2004, an Israeli court convicted him for the murder of Corporal Vadim Nurzhitz and sentenced him to life imprisonment.[25][26] In October 2011 he was controversially released as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange.[27]
  • Muhammad Howara, a Tanzim militant , was arrested in 2001. He admitted breaking into the police station and stabbing one of the soldiers.[23]
  • Ziad Hamdada, a Fatah Tanzim operative who set fire to the body of one of the Israeli reservists, was arrested in 2002. He had also participated in and planned other attacks on Israeli forces.[23]
  • Mohamed Abu Ida, a former member of the Palestinian police force in Ramallah, was arrested by Shin Bet in 2005. During the investigation, he admitted to having had led the two Israeli soldiers to the Ramallah police station after which he joined the other rioters.[28]
  • Wisam Radi, a Palestinian policeman, was arrested by Israeli security forces and indicted before a military court in 2005 for killing Yosef Avrahami and abusing the body of Vadim Nurzhitz. In 2010, he was acquitted of Avrahami's murder on grounds that a critical piece of evidence was inadmissible in court. He was, however, convicted of mutilating Nurzhitz's body and sentenced to seven years in prison. An appellate court later overturned the decision not to convict him of murder following an appeal by the military prosecution.[29]
  • Haiman Zabam, a Tanzim operative, was arrested by Israeli paratroopers on September 26, 2007. He had been planning additional attacks on Israel.[30]
  • Marwan Ibrahim Tawfik Maadi and Yasser Ibrahim Mohammed Khatab, two Hamas members, were arrested by Shin Bet and Israeli Police during the breakup of a Hamas network in Ramallah and the Binyamin region. During the interrogation, they confessed to participating in the lynching, and in August 2012, they were indicted before a military court.[29][31][32]

See also

Шаблон:Portalbar

  • Palestinian political violence

References

  1. Vadim Nurzhitz, русск. Вадим Нуржиц, ивр. ואדים נורז'יץ‎; Yossi Avrahami, ивр. יוסי אברהמי
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 Philps, Alan. A day of rage, revenge and bloodshed, The Daily Telegraph (2000-10-13). Проверено 2 июля 2009.
  3. Vadim Norzhich Oct 12, 2000
  4. Yosef Avrahami Oct 12, 2000
  5. Former PA cop convicted in lynch of IDF reservists. Haaretz. Haaretz (2003-08-27). Проверено 28 мая 2015.
  6. 6,0 6,1 6,2 6,3 6,4 Daniel Dor, Intifada Hits the Headlines: How the Israeli Press Misreported the Outbreak of the Second Palestinian Uprising, Indiana University Press, 2004 pp.123-128.
  7. 7,0 7,1 Необходимо задать title= и url= для шаблона {{cite web}}. תלם יהב (Hebrew). Yedioth Ahronoth (2013-12-24). Проверено 28 мая 2015.
  8. 8,0 8,1 Hillel Frisch, The Palestinian Military: Between Militias and Armies, pp.96-97.
  9. 9,0 9,1 9,2 9,3 Coverage of Oct 12 Lynch in Ramallah by Italian TV Station RAI. Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2000-10-17). Архивировано из первоисточника 1 февраля 2009. Проверено 2 июля 2009.
  10. Lynch mob's brutal attack. BBC News (2000-10-13). Проверено 3 сентября 2006.
  11. Whitaker, Raymond. A strange voice said: I just killed your husband, The Independent (2000-10-14). Проверено 16 октября 2009.
  12. 12,0 12,1 Seager, Mark `I'll have nightmares for the rest of my life,' photographer says. Chicago Sun-Times (October 22, 2000). Проверено 28 мая 2015.
  13. 13,0 13,1 David Pratt https://books.google.it/books?id=m_NE9jbFTrsC&pg=PA102 Intifada, Casemate Publishers 2009 p.102: ‘‘For two weeks there had been intense clashes, with over 100 funerals of Palestinians killed, nearly two dozen of them children. Earlier that same week the pressure gauge had risen even further after the badly beaten body of another Palestinian, Issam Hamad, had been found dumped on the outskirts of Ramallah. Locals were in no doubt that Israeli settlers were to blame for his killing., To the horror of Sergeant Novesche and Corporal Avrahami, it was bang in the middle of this Ramallah tinderbox that they found themselves stuck that day. To make matters even worse, their fateful entrance to the town also coincided with the funeral of another 17-year-old Palestinian boy shot dead the day before by other Israeli troops.’
  14. Daniel Dor, p. 124
  15. Marwan Bishara , https://books.google.it/books?id=_hX3rwGf22IC&pg=PA33 Palestine/Israel: Peace Or Apartheid: Occupation, Terrorism and the Future, Zed Books, 2002 p.33.
  16. Feldman, Shai (November 2000). "The October Violence: An Interim Assessment". Strategic Assessment 3 (3). Проверено 2009-07-03. “The [Israeli] public was shocked by lynching in Ramallah, it was enraged at the enticements to violence continuously aired on Palestinian television and it was astonished at the reaction of the Israeli Arabs (see below) to the Palestinian-Israeli clashes
  17. Greenberg, Joel. Whose Holy Land?: The Israelis; As Dreams of Peace Take Flight, Many Angry Fingers Point Toward Arafat, New York Times (2000-10-13). Проверено 16 октября 2009.
  18. Silver, Eric. Left-wing have their faith in peace blown away, The Independent (2000-10-13). Проверено 16 октября 2009.
  19. Israeli copters retaliate for soldiers' deaths, USA Today (2000-11-08). Проверено 3 июля 2009.
  20. The missiles were fired at the windows of which were thrown the bodies of soldiers, The Israeli Air Force Journal (2000-11-01). Проверено 24 ноября 2009.
  21. 21,0 21,1 21,2 Carroll, Rory. TV row over mob footage 'betrayal', The Guardian (2000-10-20). Проверено 5 июля 2009.
  22. Barak Calls for Emergency Government. ABC News (2000-10-12). Проверено 3 июля 2009.
  23. 23,0 23,1 23,2 Arrest of Fatah Tanzim Terrorists from Ramallah. Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2002-04-22). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  24. Philps, Alan. Lynch mob suspects held by Israelis, The Daily Telegraph (2001-06-26). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  25. Man jailed over Ramallah lynching. BBC News (2004-11-22). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  26. Palestinian man gets life sentence for killing Israeli soldier. ABC News (2004-11-23). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  27. Chaim Levinson. Shalit deal to set free perpetrators of 2000 lynching of IDF reservists (16 October 2011). Проверено 24 октября 2011.
  28. Ramallah lynch suspect arrested. Ynetnews (2005-03-08). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  29. 29,0 29,1 IDF court convicts Palestinian of lynching Israeli soldier in 2000 - Haaretz - 10 August 2012
  30. Katz, Yaakov Last member of Ramallah lynch caught. The Jerusalem Post (2007-09-26). Проверено 1 сентября 2010.
  31. Yaakov Lappin. Shin Bet arrests two suspects for Ramallah lynch, The Jerusalem Post (9 August 2012). Проверено 13 августа 2012.
  32. Yoav Zitun. 2 Ramallah lynch perpetrators arrested, Yedioth Ahronot (9 August 2012). Проверено 13 августа 2012.

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On October 12, 2000, two Israel Defense Forces soldiers,("Dor": "reserve soldiers" --Igorp lj (обсуждение))[1] reservists serving as drivers, Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami, mistakenly passed an Israeli checkpoint and entered Ramallah. Reaching a Palestinian Authority roadblock, where previously Israeli soldiers had been turned back, the reservists were detained by PA policemen and taken to the local police station at Ramallah's twin city el-Bireh, not far from Arafat's headquarters. [2] At the time a funeral service, attended by thousands of mourners for Halil Zahran (17Шаблон:Not in source), a Palestinian killed by Israeli forces ("in clashes with the IDF" - not mentioned by N.) two days earlier, had just ended.[1] Passions were running high: over 100 Palestinians, including dozens of children, had been killed in the preceding two weeks during clashes with Israeli forces, and four days earlier, the badly beaten body of Issam Hamad (36) had been dumped outside of the city, and his murder, reportedly while returning to his village in Umm Safa, was attributed to settlers in Halamish.[3][4] Rumors quickly spread that Israeli undercover agents were in the building, and an angry crowd of more than 1,000 Palestinian mourners gathered in front of the station calling for the death of the Israelis. Word that two soldiers were held in a Ramallah police station reached Israel within 15 minutes. According to Roni Shaked, the IDF itself thought initially that the two must have been "undercover agents".[1] According to Gideon Levy, the Ramallah station chief, Gamal a-Sheikh, told him on October, 16 that there were 21 policemen in the building, some of whom were cooks and administrative personnel, since many policemen had been dispersed throughout the city to control the crowd during the funeral.[1] The IDF decided against a rescue operation. Soon after, Palestinian rioters stormed the building, overcame the Palestinian police and murdered and mutilated both soldiers. Both Haaretz and Maariv reported that approximately 13 Palestinian policemen were injured while attempting to stop the lynching.[1] Jamal Tirawi the Palestinian Intelligence chief at the Mukata'a nearby, intervened only some hours after the second soldier lay dying.[2] The Israeli reservists were beaten, stabbed, had their eyes gouged out, and were disemboweled. At this point, a Palestinian (later identified as Aziz Salha), appeared at the window, displaying his blood-soaked hands to the crowd, which erupted into cheers. The crowd clapped and cheered as one of the soldier's bodies was then thrown out the window and stamped and beaten by the frenzied crowd. One of the bodies was set on fire. Soon after, the crowd dragged the two mutilated bodies to Al-Manara Square in the city center as the crowd began an impromptu victory celebration. Palestinian policemen did not prevent, and in some cases actually took part in, the lynching.[5][6][7][8] The Palestinian Authority however claimed that thirteen policemen were injured trying to protect the Israelis.[5]

It should be added that "Halil Zahran (17, according to David Pratt[3])" is also known as

The same about Issam Hamad (36). See an information what should be known both to and fairly mentioned by David Pratt (in 2004) & Marwan Bishara (in 2009), and by others authors:

as well as to other authors, mentioned by Joshua Muravchik:

The oddest treatment of this incident was seen on CNN. On October 9, Ben Wedeman reported the Palestinian allegation that the victim had been killed by Israeli settlers and also reported that the Israeli authorities had investigated the death and discovered that the man had died in an automobile accident. Nonetheless, a night later Mike Hanna reported the story again, in a manner lending credence to the Palestinian claims.

If someone wants to retain something as 'Locals were in no doubt that Israeli settlers were to blame for his killing' (Pratt), the real info should be added as well.
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