Here is a prime example of an interview that is just not broadcasted in the “free media” of America and any sort of questioning like this would most certainly be followed by accusations of being anti-semetic.
James Miller was a Welsh filmmaker producing a documentary on the lives of Palestinian and Israeli children affected by the ongoing conflict. He was murdered during the filming of this scene. His film was posthumously released as the documentary “Death in Gaza.”
The context of this scene is that the Israel Defense Forces are bulldozing nearby Palestinian homes, under which it claims are tunnels to smuggle weapons from Egypt. The bulldozers are accompanied by Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs) equipped with night vision equipment. The film crew is wearing bulletproof vests and helmets.
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On May 9 2003, one week after Miller’s death, the IDF announced that any foreign national wishing to enter Gaza will need to sign waivers absolving the IDF of any wrongdoing if they are killed or injured by Israeli forces. [link]
The shooter has been identified by the IDF only as Lt. Haib, a Bedouin Arab. The Israeli Advocate General recommended he be disciplined for his actions, but he was acquitted by a commanding officer.
To date, no one has been held accountable for his death.
How is doing this even legal… I just do not understand how many times they can pull stuff off like this and continue to get away with it. Does that not really give it away that they did things on purpose and are now covering up their mistakes? Give me a break.