Aljazeera exclusive photos show Israeli security and armed forces using Palestinian prisoners as human shields

Al Jazeera has obtained exclusive new images showing the Israeli occupation army using Palestinian prisoners as human shields during the fighting in the Gaza Strip.


The images, which Al Jazeera obtained, show a prisoner being forced to enter a tunnel after being tied with a rope and a camera attached to his body, in addition to forcing prisoners to wear military clothing while being used as human shields.

They also show a wounded prisoner being used as a human shield and forced to enter destroyed homes in Gaza, where the bodies of martyrs are seen lying on the ground at the entrance to the house.

Al Jazeera had previously obtained images showing the occupation forces using a prisoner as a human shield in one of the streets of the Shujaiya neighborhood east of Gaza City.

In the West Bank, video clips showed a wounded prisoner being tied to the front of an Israeli military vehicle during the storming of the city of Jenin, for fear of resistance bullets.

International humanitarian law and the 1949 Geneva Convention prohibit armies from using civilians as human shields, and the International Criminal Court considers it a war crime.

Israel releases the director of "Al-Shifa" after 7 months of torture

The release by the Israeli authorities today, Monday, of the director of the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza City, Dr. Muhammad Abu Salmiya, after more than 7 months of detention, creates tension among Israeli leaders and concerns and condemnation among human rights activitists who accuse Israel of torturing Palestinian detainees.


Israeli police dog attacks elderly Palestinian woman in Jabalia

Also, Aljazeera broadcast exclusive footage of an Israeli occupation police dog attacking an elderly Palestinian woman in Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip, while the woman said that her injury was serious.

Al Jazeera obtained the leaked clips from a camera installed by the occupation on a police dog, which showed a long attack on the elderly Palestinian woman inside her home.

In statements to Al Jazeera, Hajja Dawlat Abdullah al-Tanani (67 years old) said that the occupation forces unleashed a dog on her, which bit her in her bed while she was sleeping, and then dragged her out of the room.

She confirmed that she had repeatedly refused to leave her home since the beginning of the war, noting that her injury was serious due to being bitten, fractured and bleeding.

She added that she is still suffering from the injury in light of the lack of medicine and the damage to hospitals in the Strip.

Spain has applied to join South Africa's lawsuit against Israel

Meanwhile, the International Court of Justice said that Spain has submitted a request to join South Africa's lawsuit accusing "Israel" of committing genocide in Gaza.


The court said in a statement: "Spain, based on Article 63 of the Statute of the Court, has submitted a request to join the lawsuit concerning the application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide in the Gaza Strip."


The Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained that this intervention is based on the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948, based on "Article 63" of the Court's Statute. It stated that Colombia, Mexico and Palestine have already intervened, while Ireland and Belgium intend to participate in the case filed.


For its part, Chile also announced its joining of South Africa's lawsuit against "Israel" before the International Court of Justice for committing genocide against the Palestinian people.


On 29 December 2023, South Africa filed a case against Israel at the International Court of Justice for violating the 1948 Genocide Convention. Since then, several countries have requested to join the case, including Palestine, Turkey, Libya, Nicaragua, Colombia and Mexico.



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