Palestinians in Israel reject Ehud Barak’s apology | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Palestinians in Israel reject Ehud Barak’s apology

Ehud Barak’s apology for his role in the slaying of Palestinian demonstrators in October 2000 “lacks all value,” the human rights group Adalah stated this week.

Barak was prime minister of Israel when 13 unarmed Palestinian protesters, all citizens of Israel except for one man from Gaza, were killed by police over the first week of that month.

The former premier “ordered Israeli police to deploy deadly means – including snipers” against protesters, Adalah stated.

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