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Israeli Soldier Dances Near Palestinian Prisoner

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This is disgusting. It is very insulting towards Muslims and violates the human rights.

Israel probes soldier's dance near Palestinian prisoner

Screen shot of YouTube video The Palestinian woman appears bound and blindfolded with her face up against a wall

Israel's army says it is investigating a video which appears to show a soldier dancing around a bound and blindfolded Palestinian woman.

The video first appeared on the YouTube website and has since been aired on Israeli television news reports.

Palestinian officials have called for tough action against the soldier's "immoral and inhumane" conduct.

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In August, a female Israeli soldier posted photos on Facebook of her posing next to Palestinian prisoners.

On that occasion, the Israeli military described the behaviour as "shameful".

'Ugly actions'

The latest YouTube video, which looks like it has been filmed on a mobile phone, appears to show an Israeli soldier in uniform dancing to Arabic music around a female Palestinian prisoner.

The woman is seen bound and blindfolded with her face up against a wall.

The soldier appears to move his body suggestively as he dances close to the woman, the BBC's West Bank correspondent Jon Donnison reports.

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It shows the very low immoral and inhumane status of the state of Israel”

End Quote Issa Qaraqei Palestinian minister of prisoner affairs

The Israeli military has issued a statement denouncing the behaviour, saying such incidents were "isolated cases that do not represent the IDF as a whole".

It has launched an investigation into the video.

But Issa Qaraqei, the Palestinian Authority's minister of prisoner affairs, told the BBC that the "ugly Israeli actions represent a blatant violation of human rights".

As in the previous incident involving the Facebook photos, the video "shows the very low immoral and inhumane status of the state of Israel," he added.

Mr Qaraqei said officials had identified the Palestinian prisoners who appeared in the Facebook photos and had filed a complaint against the former soldier, Eden Aberjil, on their behalf.

He called on international organisations to put pressure on Israeli officials to take action against the soldiers involved in both cases.

Link: BBC News

The article posted a link to the video. Here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxFlmXbzY3I&feature=player_embedded

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I've seen this video before and many people said it was fake.

Someone should tell the IDF:

The Israeli military has issued a statement denouncing the behaviour, saying such incidents were "isolated cases that do not represent the IDF as a whole".

It has launched an investigation into the video.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-11476077
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Netanyahu thinks its real,

Israel's prime minister has condemned videos filmed by Israeli soldiers that humiliate Palestinians.

The most recent YouTube video appears to show an Israeli soldier dancing around a blindfolded Palestinian Muslim woman.

Benjamin Netanyahu's office said in a statement Wednesday that the videos cause "unacceptable harm to human dignity" of the Palestinians, embarrass the Israeli military and "cause serious international damage."

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http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5izZpJ7LV6GvqnW4mYpSwZLKpNcBAD9IMBBFO0?docId=D9IMBBFO0

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I can't believe even worldwide news agencies finally found this. It's been on YouTube since god knows how long, and I mean literally like 8-12 months ago. Everyone was crying out fake but whatever, let's see what this unfolds into.

What's with the delay of headlines these days? Daily Mail and other agencies finally talking about the gay Saudi prince, and BBC finally talking about a video that was the buzzing topic on the internet for many weeks a very long time ago...

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