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A visit to the boy who was lynched and the family who had a molotov thrown at them | Rabbis for Human Rights

Today (22/8/2012) Yechiel (from the Rabbis) and I went to Hadassah to visit the young man who had been attacked in Kikar Zion in the middle of Jerusalem and the Palestinian family who had been attacked. Six members of the family lie in hospital, the mother with her face burnt and her hands in bandages, two little ones of 6 and 4 of whom the boy the grandmother said he been burnt on his whole body, and three men. We only saw the one man briefly as the television crew was there but his hands and both his legs are in enormous bandages.

So I am asked why I go to visit them and not to Israelis who are attacked by Palestinians……first of all the latter have all their family and friends who can visit them without needing a permit to do so. If I knew of anyone who was alone I would go

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