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17 de Agosto de 2009

Human Rights Watch pide a Israel que investigue el tiroteo a civiles de Gaza que portaban banderas blancas

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Human Rights Watch publicó un informe la semana pasada en el que detallaba nuevas pruebas de posibles crímenes de guerra cometidos por Israel durante la operación Plomo Fundido efectuada en Gaza, la que se cobró la vida de más de 1.400 palestinos. El informe asegura que soldados israelíes dispararon ilegalmente al menos contra once civiles palestinos, incluidas cinco mujeres y cuatro niños, causándoles la muerte; los palestinos iban en grupo, mostrando banderas blancas para manifestar claramente que no eran combatientes, sino civiles. Hablamos con Fred Abrahams, de Human Rights Watch, y emitimos desde Gaza un vídeo en exclusiva obtenido por Anjali Kamat, de Democracy Now!, y Jacquie Soohen, de Big Noise Film.

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