Jerusalem24 – Earlier this week, The Mossawa Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens in Israel organized a small conference discussing their findings that the Israeli police is behind the racially motivated killings of 47 Palestinians since October 2000.
After a careful examination carried out by the Mossawa Center, it was made clear that the victims were unarmed and were victims of policies that made it easier for Israelis to open fire on Palestinians in Israel.
The families of the victims say that the Israeli government and Ministry of Justice are partners in the killings for protecting the police officers.
The director of the Mossawa Center, Jaafar Farah, reviewed the killings by the police, the investigations that took place afterward and the decisions of the Israeli Public Prosecutor which recommended closing 45 of the 47 cases.
In this episode of Wake-Up Palestine, we speak with the director of the Mossawa Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens in Israel, who talks about the center’s findings and more.