VIDEO – Shocking Footage of Israeli Soldiers Against Man in Wheelchair
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A shocking video has emerged of Israeli soldiers pushing a disabled man out of his wheelchair after they had shot a Palestinian girl in the West Bank. The 14-year-old girl had been gunned down after she tried to stab a police officer.
The Wheelchair user Majed al-Fakhouri was trying to reach the girl to attempt first aid. The officer told him to turn back. “He then turned me over and my head hit the ground,” he said.
The girl was taken to hospital in a serious condition, Israeli officials have said.
Watch the shocking footage here
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