Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Second autopsy confirms Arafat Jaradat was tortured to death in Israeli custody

April 23, 2014

More than a year later, juridical sessions still haven’t come to a final ruling regarding the death of Arafat Jaradat. The 33-year-old, arrested on 18 February 2013 for allegedly throwing rocks at cars, died in Israeli custody on February 23 2013. Two autopsies completed since his death conclude that the cause of death was torture.









Second autopsy confirms Arafat Jaradat was tortured to death in Israeli custody
Second autopsy confirms Arafat Jaradat was tortured to death in Israeli custody


Devotion and restrictions in Jerusalem this Easter
Devotion and restrictions in Jerusalem this Easter










Settlers move into strategic Hebron enclave
Settlers move into strategic Hebron enclave




Photographer critically wounded at Ofer Protest
Photographer critically wounded at Ofer Protest







Mariam Barghouti released on bail
Mariam Barghouti released on bail
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