Israeli soldiers arrested Palestinian human rights worker ‘Aref Daraghmeh, who attends protests to document how Israeli soldiers treat protesters. They hit him, and put him in the sun where he eventually fainted and had to be hospitalized.
Aref Daraghmeh was arrested on Thursday, October 31, at around 10:00 a.m. at Tayasir Checkpoint in the Jordan Valley (West Bank).
After being held at the checkpoint for about an hour, he was taken to a nearby military post. Soldiers left him sitting on a chair in the sun. One soldier hit him on his back. After about four hours Mr. Daraghmeh felt ill, fainted, and was taken to a nearby clinic and from it to a hospital in Afula where he received medical treatment.
Israel is becoming an apartheid and anti-human-rights country. Israeli soldiers kill innocent people and arrest human rights activists. They develop nuclear weapons and attack countries like Syria with no good reason and in ways that can rise violence in middle east and worse than that, most countries are silenced about these problems.