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The Israeli killer of 13-year old Palestinian Iman Al Hams, a girl who was cowering behind a stone and positively identified as a child before she was shot, and then was shot multiple times to ‘confirm the kill’, according to the Israeli military transcript of the incident, has received 80,000 NIS (about $15,000) compensation for the ‘trouble’ of having gone to court.
Iman Al Hamas, a 13-year old Palestinian girl was on her way to school when she was shot by more than 23 bullets near the Girit Israeli military military outpost in Rafah, in October 2004. The soldier who fired at her, and completed the ‘confirm kill’ procedure by firing at her dead body, was not only acquitted of all charges, but recently received a promotion to the rank of major.
Israeli officer: I was right to shoot 13-year-old child. An Israeli army officer who repeatedly shot a 13-year-old Palestinian girl in Gaza dismissed a warning from another soldier that she was a child by saying he would have killed her even if she was three years old.
Whether on the street, inside their homes, or in their classrooms, there seems to be no real safety anywhere for the children of Rafah (Palestine)—not to mention the tens of thousands of other civilians here. As one mother in Block O put it, “It is open season on our children every day.”
The father of Iman al-Hams, Samir, reacted with anger and shock to Captain R's acquittal. "I am a teacher and I object to the killing of Jewish or Arab children under any circumstances, but the court has proven there is one law for Jews and another for Arabs," he said after the verdict was issued.
In the verdict, the judges stated that Captain R. was acquitted. Over a year ago the Southern Command military court acquitted Captian R. of all guilt in the girl’s killing, declaring him innocent. In addition, the court ordered the IDF pay the officer NIS 82,000 in compensation for his defense expenses and days in prison. https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3349472,00.html