The Battle of Nabi Saleh: Soldiers vs. Kids

When Israeli soldiers entered the embattled Palestinian village of Nabi Saleh on July 2, they were immediately confronted by over a dozen small children. While the IDF is accustomed to firing teargas canisters, percussion grenades, rubber bullets and even live .22 caliber ammunition at adolescent boys, members of the Nahal unit and Kfir infantry brigade tasked with suppressing the weekly Nabi Saleh demonstration were frustrated by the children who surrounded and taunted them. At one point, the division commander became so upset he barked into his radio, “I need backup!”

The spectacle of seven-year-old children confronting heavily armed and visibly confused soldiers offers one of the clearest perspectives of the lopsided power dynamic that animates the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It also highlights the reality of life for children in the Occupied Territories. They play soccer and dodgeball between phalanxes of soldiers firing lethal projectiles at their neighbors just a few meters away — everyday life is an act of resistance.

Why are children participating in popular protests? Consider the case of Ni’ilin, a Palestinian village engaged in popular struggle against the construction of the separation wall across its privately owned land. The Israeli army is holding three members of its small popular committee — the political leadership of the village — in harsh conditions in Ofer prison. They were arrested without charges during a night raid, subjected to psychological torture by the Shabak (Israel’s General Security Service), and are being held indefinitely.

“Everyone is scared to protest now,” Saeed Amireh, a Niilin resident in his early twenties, told me. “I can participate in the demonstrations because I am single. But for those of us who have wives and children, going to jail is the worst. How can we work for our families or know what is happening with our wife if we are taken away?” Amireh had just returned from a four month stint in Ofer prison which he described as “horrible.” He is still not sure what crime he was accused of committing. “It’s bullshit,” he said. “I’m not the one doing any violence.”

During Friday’s protest in Nabi Saleh, orders could be heard blaring from soldiers’ radios to photograph some of the older (read: over 10 years old) boys participating in the protest. The photos are used to identify targets for night raids, when soldiers enter the village under cover of darkness, burst into homes and grab the young children and adolescent boys comprising the village’s shabab from their beds.

According to Lymor Goldstein, a lawyer who represents many of the Ni’ilin residents detained for joining protests, the arrested youth are immediately subjected to psychological torture by the Shabak: they are held in total darkness, fed at odd hours, threatened, and interrogated as soon as they become sufficiently scared and disoriented. “They don’t really need to beat them,” Goldstein told me during a demonstration in Niilin. “The psychological torture is so intense that almost no one can resist it.” (Goldstein confided to me that he was having trouble recalling specific names because of a rubber bullet that pierced his skull during a protest in the village of Bil’in in 2006, causing long term damage to his vision and memory. Video of the Israeli Border Police shooting Goldstein is here.)

Because grown men are particularly vulnerable to imprisonment and adolescent boys are targeted with just about any kind of violence the Israeli army wants to level against them, young children have led the Nabi Saleh demonstrations on at least three occasions. While the soldiers acted with general restraint towards the kids (Nahal is peppered with left-leaning citizen-soldiers who have been convinced they can foster “change from within” by joining a combat unit) children as young as seven have been called in for recent interrogations by the Shabak. While the Shabak called the incident a “mistake,” it is not isolated. Nora Barrows-Friedman reported last March on a 10 year old who was badly beaten during a night raid of his home by Israeli troops, then detained in a nearby settlement for 10 hours. In Nabi Saleh, a young boy was critically injured by Israeli forces in March.

On July 2, the soldiers in Nabi Saleh wound up taking their frustrations out on two Israeli activists, Yonathan Shapira and Matan Cohen, violently subduing and arresting them. Though Shapira and Cohen were baselessly accused by the IDF Spokesman’s Office of “attacking” a soldier, they were released hours after their detention.

What are Israeli soldiers doing in Nabi Saleh in the first place? The village has been besieged by its neighbors from the religious nationalist Israeli settlement of Halamish since Halamish was constructed in 1977 on land privately owned by Nabi Saleh’s residents. Recently, the settlers seized control of a fresh water spring that has belonged to Nabi Saleh since the village was built in the 19th century. In December 2009, the settlers uprooted hundreds of the village’s olive trees in an attempt to re-annex land awarded back to Nabi Saleh in an Israeli court case. Since then, farmers from Nabi Saleh have been subjected to routine attacks by settlers and prevented from working their land. The Israeli army has come down firmly on the side of Halamish, suppressing the demonstrations with disproportionate force while doing little, if anything, to prevent settler violence. But if the spirit of Nabi Saleh’s young demonstrators are any indication, the army has a long way to go before it breaks the villagers’ will.

23 thoughts on “The Battle of Nabi Saleh: Soldiers vs. Kids

  1. walt kovacs

    here is what i saw

    max and the other supposed adults allowing children to taunt heavily armed idf

    not once did the soldiers do anything to the kids…

    and max….have you see any of the deeds on the allegedly privately owned land?

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  3. Leigh

    Walt Kovacs, Sometimes it’s extraordinary by how much some people can miss the point. If half of the western world did not continue to cheer on Israel as the “only democracy in the middle east” while they imprison peaceful adult protesters and beat up and torture teenage protesters, then adults would be able to lead these protests themselves (as they do in almost all villages all of the time). When children lead, there are typically Israeli adults around for protection. Anyway, you cannot have it both ways. Either the IDF is the most moral army in the world, in which case it would not be dangerous for the children to lead the protests, or they are basically out of control, in which case you should stop supporting them. Max, soldiers broke my arms and some ribs for filming a protest last year. How on earth did you get away with this? Yonatan and Matan are heroes.

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  5. hophmi

    Well, since your video does not show what Cohen was doing before they arrested him, your evidence is not discrediting. Generally, law enforcement arrests people who interfere with their ability to police something.

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  7. poyani

    Walt Kovaks wrote “and max….have you see any of the deeds on the allegedly privately owned land?”

    Let’s assume you are right and the land is not privately owned but rather publicly owned. What’s the difference? It’s still settlements in occupied territories, which are blatantly illegal.

    hophmi said “Well, since your video does not show what Cohen was doing before they arrested him, your evidence is not discrediting.”

    Well, let’s be consistent then. Using this logic, the IDF’s videos about the flotillas is worse than useless, since it is chopped up bits which seem to have no connection to reality (the IDF video shows activists beating soldiers, while the end-result is 9 or 10 dead activist and 0 dead soldiers, obviously a lot is missing from the video).

  8. walt kovacs

    poyani, you always speak with such authority

    problem is, you are wrong

    i suggest you do some research on what happens when previously occupied territory (in this case by jordan and egypt) is liberated.

    furthermore, the only time a country’s population cannot live on “occupied” territory is when they are forced

    242 was always meant as a negotiating point…which is why the word all was left out.

    and in regards to max’s vid vs the mavi marmara incident…yes, let us be consistent. the lee vid quite clearly shows what was going on before the idf commandos landed on the first deck….no live fire being used.

    as seriously….had any idf soldiers been killed, would that have changed your opinion of the event? it wasnt for lack on trying on the ihh terrorist’s side…as clearly shown by them stabbing and beating them.

  9. StewartMills

    A moving account Max. It is a fitting reminder of the tragedy of occupation; and a stark reminder of its impact on children in the Occupied Territories.

    What was disturbing even further was when I rewatched the shooting of Lymor Goldstein on liveleaks. It is a shocking thing to witness. Surely this was a blatant violation of Israeli Rules of Engagement. My understanding is these rules are not publicly available. But what we can gather from B’Tselem’s 2006 report plus Ynetnews, Haartez, Jerusalem Post etc. is that aiming to shoot someone in the upperbody region (either with live ammunition or with plastic or rubber bullets or tear gas canisters) is a blatant breach of rules of engagement given (1) the potential lethal consequences from a hit and (2) there was no immediate lethal threat to the soldier involved.

    Sadly it is a rare occurrence of Israel’s JAG to prosecute such violations. Sure there are some successful prosecutions but in the scale of breaches this makes a mockery of a justice system.

    Rules of Engagement, B’Tselem 2006
    http://www.btselem.org/english/video/200602_Rules_of_Engagement.asp

    Poyani – you are a legend – keep up the good work

  10. poyani

    walt kovacs wrote “i suggest you do some research on what happens when previously occupied territory (in this case by jordan and egypt) is liberated.”

    Hahaha! And what do you suggest I read?

    The standard line of any person who has no rational argument to present is to tell you to go “do some research” on some vague topics.

    walt kovacs said “242 was always meant as a negotiating point…which is why the word all was left out.”

    I have heard this non-sense before. You actually have it wrong. The argument of the Israeli government is that the word “the” was left out (not “all”).

    The resolution actually demands the “Withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict”

    The Israeli government claims that it does not say “Withdrawal of Israel armed forces from THE territories occupied in the recent conflict.”

    But you actually exposed their lie! It also doesn’t say “all”. In fact there are many words which “it doesn’t say”.

    Technically all the words in capitals can be added to 242.

    The council could demand the “COMPLETE IMMEDIATE withdrawal of ALL Israel armed forces from ALL THE territories occupied in the recent 6 DAY conflict WHICH BEGAN ON JUNE 5, 1967 AND ENDED ON JUNE 10 1967, TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITH THE FOLLOWING TIME FRAME …”

    and still the Israeli government would say that it says “Israeli Armed forces” and not “Israeli Defense Forces”. And even if it did say “Israeli Defense Forces”, the Israeli government would just rename a portion of its army and go ahead as it has already planned, through a project of ethnic cleansing and outright racism, reminiscent of regimes and rulers neither of us dare speak by name.

    The resolution could add an infinite number of words to further clarify it, and still the Israeli government and its apologists would act dumb and confused and play games with people’s lives.

    One could argue that Israeli apologists like walt are hiding behind an ambiguity; but what ambiguity? The text of resolution is perfectly clear.

    It requires the “withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict”. There is no confusion whatsoever.

    The bullshit peddled by apologists becomes even more transparent when we read a few lines above where the council emphasizes “the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war”.

    How much clearer can it be?

    The problem is that when one views the world through a combination of religious fascism (taking religious texts literally) and racism, rationality and logic are of little value.

    It’s like the famed lawyer, Gerry Spence said

    “Those whose minds are jammed with prejudice have room for little else. Growth is dead. Learning is gridlocked. They may understand our logic, but logic makes no difference … Trying to argue with a prejudiced mind is like opening the door to a room full of garbage. Nothing can enter … When you are faced with prejudice, logic and justice are impotent. Still, we may have an obligation to argue directly into the face of the prejudice, even though there is no chance to win. “

  11. poyani

    walt kovaks wrote “and in regards to max’s vid vs the mavi marmara incident…yes, let us be consistent. the lee vid quite clearly shows what was going on before the idf commandos landed on the first deck….no live fire being used.

    as seriously….had any idf soldiers been killed, would that have changed your opinion of the event? it wasnt for lack on trying on the ihh terrorist’s side…as clearly shown by them stabbing and beating them.”

    Don’t get me wrong. I am happy that no idf soldiers died. I am just saying that the video CLEARLY has no connection to reality. The video shows activists beating soldiers an it does not show any soldiers shooting activists. The end-result is 9-10 dead activists and 0 dead soldiers.

    Anyone with half a brain can tell you that obviously a BIG chunk is missing from that video. The obvious answer is that the part where the soldiers shot the activists has OBVIOUSLY been cut out.

    If the IDF was telling the truth that it shot the activists in self-defense, (i.e. when activists were charging them) it would have released the full video.

    The fact that it did not, and it confiscated all video equipment from journalists on board, and it held them in detention, while it made up its story, is quite damning on the Israeli government.

    Also, autopsies have shown that some of the activists were shot from above, while others were killed execution style.

    All this would lead a reasonable person to the conclusion that the Israeli government is lying. Given that this is a racist government with a LONG history of lies, makes the IDF account even weaker.

  12. poyani

    Anyone who takes the IDF account seriously should read the case of Iman Darweesh Al Hams.

    In this case, an IDF soldier “defended” himself from the raging terrorist Iman Darweesh Al Hams (who happens to be a 13 year old girl).

    Iman was (according to IDF soldiers) charging them with a terror backpack (according to eye-witnesses walking home with her school backpack).

    IDF soldiers bravely shot and wounded her. As she laid on the floor injured and terror-crying, a courageous IDF commander walked up to her and riddled her terrorist body with freedom bullets. He emptied his whole democracy clip into her terrorist body.

    In her backpack they found terrorist supplies such as short spears (sharpened pencils), blunt objects (rulers) and terror instruction manuals (such as math and science textbooks).

    The IDF did an internal investigation. They found that it was a great victory for the IDF and a huge blow to Hamas (where she was possibly a top leader).

    ——

    Believe it or not, the account I posted above is more coherent than the IDF’s actual claim of what happened.

    Type her name in wikipedia and read the complete story for yourself.

  13. poyani

    IDF radio transmission recordings of the killing of Iman Darweesh Al Hams:

    —————–

    Watchtower: ‘It’s a little girl. She’s running defensively eastward’

    Operations room: ‘Are we talking about a girl under the age of 10?’

    Watchtower: ‘A girl of about 10, she’s behind the embankment, scared to death’

    Few seconds pass… One of the snipers shoots her in the leg.

    Watchtower: ‘I think that one of the positions took her out.’

    Commander: ‘I and another soldier … are going in a little nearer, forward, to confirm the kill’

    A few seconds pass… Commander walks over and shoots the wounded girl twice in the head. He then walks a few steps away, turns around, sets his weapon to automatic, and empties the rest of the clip into her body, piercing her an additional 14 times.

    Commander: ‘Receive a situation report. We fired and killed her … I also confirmed the kill. Over.’

    Commander: ‘This is commander. Anything that’s mobile, that moves in the zone, even if it’s a three-year-old, needs to be killed. Over.’

    ——————

    At first the IDF claimed there was no wrong-doing. After the transmission was played on Israeli TV, they changed their story and charged the commander with the crime of “actions unbecoming of an officer”.

    The court case ended with the charge being dropped against the commander. He was awarded with 80,000 shekels in damages and promoted to the next rank.

    —————–

    The most moral army in the world.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2004/nov/24/israel

  14. StewartMills

    Poyani – Thanks for keeping the memory of the criminal killing of Iman Darweesh Al Hams alive. As you say for every criminal act; right wing Israeli apologists will come up with a lie to justify the killing. These litany of lies are running thin. Truth ultimately will be the undoing of the right wing Israeli narrative and that of its apologists.

    Peace for the people of Palestine and Israel will come about by the actions of those who hold the Israeli and Palestinian governments to account: (a) people like Uri Avnery, Jeff Halper, Rabbi Arik Asherman, Neta Golan, Jonathan Shapira, Joseph Dana, Inna Michaeli; (b) people of good conscience in the international Jewish community such as Max Blumenthal, Philip Weiss, Adam Horowitz, Adam Shapiro, Greta Berlin, Rabbi Brant Rosen, Rabbi Brian Walt, and Rabbi Michael Lerner; (c) people of good will amongst the Palestinian, Palestinian-Israeli, international Palestinian community; and (d) of other people of good will.

  15. poyani

    StewartMills,

    Good list. Couldn’t agree with you more.

    I would definitely add professors Noam Chomsky, Israel Shahak, Ilan Pappe, Neve Gordon, Avi Shlaim and Norm Finkelstein to that list.

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  17. poyani

    StewartMills,

    WOW!

    What an awesome find! That site is an incredibly rich source for references.

    Hats off to the people who put it together.

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  19. Cliff

    hophmi said:
    Well, since your video does not show what Cohen was doing before they arrested him, your evidence is not discrediting. Generally, law enforcement arrests people who interfere with their ability to police something.
    —————

    What could he have possibly done? In the video, Yonatan says he called one of the soldiers an ‘idiot’. Not sure about the other guy.

    You put faith in the IDF because you’re a scumbag Zionist.

    If Israeli were harvesting organs from Palestinians you’d find a way to justify it. Wait, they did that already!

    I like how you make a generalization about ‘law enforcement officers’. Those goons aren’t police. They are uniformed criminals.

    And Jewish Supremacist scum like you bust a blood vessel when people refuse to recognize the right to exist of your racist, apartheid State.

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