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Activist: Ambulance stopped by soldiers in Beit Ummar
Published Thursday 10/01/2013 (updated) 11/01/2013 13:43
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HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces blocked the entrance to southern West Bank town Beit Ummar on Thursday morning, preventing an ambulance from leaving, a local activist said.

The ambulance officer informed the soldiers that the Red Crescent vehicle was taking a woman in labor and another patient to hospital in Hebron, popular committee spokesman Muhammad Ayad Awad said.

The Red Cross and the Palestinian military liaison called Israeli officials to press for the ambulance's passage.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said the entrance was temporarily closed due to heavy snowfall, but while soldiers were clearing snow, Palestinians hurled rocks at them.



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1 ) Tobias / USA
10/01/2013 18:20
Ambulances are stopped by soldiers because Islamic militants use them
for their military goals, instead of just getting the imjured to hospitals !!

2 ) Trees / Sakhnin
11/01/2013 15:57
No, ambulances are stopped by soldiers because they just want to make life difficult for the Palestinians. Ridiculous, this Israeli spokeswoman who said that the poor soldiers were cleaning snow and the evil Palestinians were throwing rocks. It was in the village of Beit Ummar maybe the Palestinians who live there,don't want the f*cking soldiers to clean the snow. U are a complete idiot Tobias, and it seems U don't know anything about the situation here.

3 ) gabi / australia
13/01/2013 01:18
Tobias - now there's a case of projection. Remember in the coupke of years leading up to the (unilateral) declaration of the state of Israel and the actions of the terrorist organisations Irgun and Stern gang? Where they used ambulances to deliver weapons to their "brave freedom fighters"? and then cried foul when they were attacked! Now, that's real chutzpah.
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