Proposed Israeli Bill Bans Documenting IDF Crimes

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Proposed Israeli Bill Bans Documenting IDF Crimes

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

The self-styled "world's most moral army" is one of the most ruthless. Decades of hard evidence proves it.

After massacring Gazans during peaceful Great March of Return demonstrations since March 30, injuring over 13,000 others, many seriously, proposed Knesset legislation bans photographing or otherwise documenting IDF high crimes of war, against humanity, and other human rights abuses if enacted into law.

Knesset hardliners want evidence of IDF criminality suppressed, legislative language saying:

"Anyone who shoots a video or a photo, or records soldiers while they are doing their job, with the aim of disturbing the morale of soldiers and citizens, will be sentenced to five years imprisonment." 

"In case this is done with the aim of destabilizing the state's security, the perpetrator will be
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