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Palestinian child 'beaten' by Israeli soldiers for possession of water pistol

April 19, 2008 11:42 A.M. (Updated: April 19, 2008 11:42 A.M.)
Jerusalem - Ma'an - Israeli soldiers beat a nine-year-old Palestinian child named Saqer Omar Abdel Hamid Al-'Aramin on his way home in the town of Al-Ezeria, east of Jerusalem, on Saturday morning, an information office for Palestinian prisoners' issues said.

Munqeth Abu-Rumi, the director of the Asarna (literally "Our Prisoners") Information office said that Israeli troops stopped Al-'Aramin in the street and assaulted him for possession of a toy water gun.

Abu Rumi called on the human rights organizations, the Arab League, the International Quartet and the United Nations to intervene to protect Palestinian children from Israeli assault.

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