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The Israeli military has officially closed its investigation into the killing of 21 members of a Palestinian family, ruling out any chance of criminal prosecution for the soldiers involved in the incident.
The case goes back to Israel’s 2009 Gaza war-crimes-extravaganza which left over 1,400 Palestinians dead, roughly half of which were civilians. In this particular incident, 100 members of the extended al Samouni family were ordered into a house by Israeli soldiers… who subsequently bombed the shit out of it, killing men, women, and children. Surprise!
What’s incredibly unsurprising however is that Israeli investigators determined there was no evidence to indicate that the military “knowingly” murdered the family or that they were killed as a result of “haste or negligence.”
“It cannot be that in a well managed system no person will be found guilty of the army operation that led to the killing of 21 people who were not involved in combat,” said Yael Stein, attorney for Israeli Human Rights group, B’Tselem.
Apparently Stein wasn’t aware that “human rights” in Gaza only apply to those that Israel considers “human.” Duh!
Read more at RT.com or check out a video: