Après plusieurs jours de rumeurs dans les médias israéliens concernant une percée majeure dans l’enquête de police sur le drame de Douma, le Shin Bet (Agence israélienne de sécurité) a enfin révélé ce matin que les forces de sécurité israéliennes avaient arrêté plusieurs jeunes israéliens pour leurs liens présumés avec l’incendie criminel de la maison de la famille Dawabshe qui a tué un bébé et ses parents en juillet dernier.

Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90

Le bébé de 18 mois, Ali Dawabsheh, a été brûlé lors de l’incendie et son père et sa mère ont succombé à leurs blessures dans les hôpitaux israéliens. Les suspects ont été interrogés mais leurs identités n’ont pas encore été divulguées.

Itamar Ben Gvir, l’avocat de l’un des suspects, proteste et affirme que la police et les agents  du Shin Bet ont violé les droits de son client, il accuse : « Nous sommes en train de ressembler à l’Argentine, » dit-il. Et il ajoute : « Ils ne me laisse pas le droit de voir mon client, ils le cache dans un sous-sol au siège du Shin Bet après l’avoir battu pendant sa détention ».

par Jeremy Gozlan – Tel-Avvire –

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  1. Cette élucidation arrive en même temps que celle de l’affaire de l’adolescent palestinien brûlé vif. Mauvais timing. On parie combien que les media occidentaux vont faire une pub d’enfer à ces crimes isolés, pour leur donner plus de poids que les plus de 60 meurtres (en 2015) de civils israéliens par des palestiniens ? Avec ce que vivent les Israéliens tous les jours, c’est extraordinaire qu’il n’y ait pas plus de vengeances.

  2. As the headlines blare about a serious development, a gag order on a previous case expires and it turns out that the two youths arrested were released without charges. Past experience suggests that the Jewish Division of the Shabak likes to inflate their accomplishments and often obtains false confessions from suspects.

    The headlines in Israel have made mention of a ‘dramatic development’ in a case about so-called ‘Jewish Terror’ involving the Shabak’s Jewish Division and the Nationalistic Crimes Unit. The case remains under gag order but somehow the Nationalistic Crimes Unit has managed to get everyone to know what is being discussed without violating the order.

    Meanwhile it is noteworthy that the gag order on a previous case where two Jewish youths were arrested for allegedly torching an Arab vehicle in Umm-Tuba, ended with the youths being released and no charges being filed. Lawyer David Halevi who represented the two suspects on behalf of Honenu said, “Once again we see that a case that began with overstated claims by the police investigators ended without any charges. The two youths have denied any connection to the crime and they underwent intensive interrogations that included violations of their civil rights. We hope that judges in the future will take note of this and not act as a rubber stamp for the police.” Somehow it seems that this isn’t the ‘dramatic development’ that is being referred to…
    “Because of the secrecy of the Shabak they have the ability to release partial details in order to create an atmosphere as if something is about to happen,” . “When there are serious investigations, like in cases of murder or other similar crimes, the free hand given to the Shabak interrogators is also greater. They can prevent suspects from sleeping and even use mild violence to make a suspect feel as though he must rely on his interrogators.”
    In Shabak interrogations there is great intensity and suspects are under tremendous stress. People who are weak can lose their minds from it. The desire to ‘end this situation’ can overtake an understanding of the consequences of simply confessing to a crime, even if the person is totally innocent,”.
    in certain investigations the Shabak has managed to obtain false confessions from suspects. “I know of several cases where people confessed to things that did not do in these interrogations. There was a saga in Kiryat Arba a few years ago about the ‘Kahalani Brothers.’ Supposedly he had killed an Arab taxi driver in the Jerusalem Forest. The investigation revealed that someone took a weapon from the weapons storage in Kiryat Arba, killed the Arab driver, and returned the weapon to the storage. The person never checked whose weapon they took. It turns out that the weapon belonged to someone who would never hurt a fly.”

    Nonetheless, they arrested him and after a few days under Shabak interrogation during which he denied any connection, he finally gave in and confessed to a murder he didn’t commit. The interrogators then told him, ‘Look, we know you didn’t do it, but we think this other guy did. We’ll put you in a cell with him and tell him how you’re going to sit a life sentence for a crime you didn’t do.’ They carried out the plan, but the second suspect still denied any connection. During this whole trick the two were both banned from meeting with a lawyer. In the middle of this Shabak trick the order banning them from meeting with a lawyer expired and a lawyer showed up and demanded to speak with his client. The interrogators tried to prevent the lawyer from speaking with the client, but in the end they gave in and the lawyer put an end to the whole situation. Who knows what would have happened had the lawyer not gotten involved though? Either the person who didn’t do anything could have ended up sitting a life sentence or the second suspect could have felt bad for his friend and decided to take responsibility for a crime that he too didn’t commit.”
    “It’s not simple to sit under these interrogations and not everyone is capable of withstanding it.

  3. je ne comprendrai jamais,ISRAEL,qui se dit une démocratie,méte tant de tan a découvrir les asasins,d’une famille entiere.il et vrai q’il sagit de PALESTINIENS.combien,de maisons ISRAELIENE,allez vous détruire,car ses comme cela que vous procédé ,avec les PALESTINIENS,j’attend de voir!!!!!q’ant au média,soyer tranquille sa fait lontan,q’ils saves q’une vie de palestiniens,au yeux des ISRAELIENS,ne compte pas beaucou!!!!il faut des grand maire,comme moi pour lire tous les jours se qui se passe en terre saint.celle que j’ai vu en 2013.vous dites 60 meurtres en 2015.combien cotté PALESTINIENS.?????et pourtant ISRAEL,compte parmi sont peuples,des hommes des femmes et surtout,des soldats,qui apré avoir vécu l’horeur,on le courage dexpliqué se q’ils ete contrain de faire.Alor en lisant leurs livres je me dit qun jour se lévera un nouvo ((RABIN))pour faire la paix.la mamie qui fait des fautes.

  4. Du nouveau dans l’affaire de l’incendie criminel de Duma : Des jeunes israéliens ont été arrêtés

    Le servie de renseignements et la police ont fait leur devoir. L’action criminel de ces personnages si leur culpabilité était avérée, mériterait un châtiment exemplaire.

    Car face au au combat médiatique, ils ont fait perdre à plusieurs reprises la compassion du monde occidental consécutive aux actes criminels infligés à nos frères par l’islam, le Hamas et l’Autorité de cisjordanie. C’est pourquoi, eux et les responsables qui incitent ces jeunes-gens, qui grâce ou à cause de leur statut religieux ne sont pas incorporés dans TSAHAL, à êtres condamnés sévèrement !

    • Duma investigation turning into “show trial” and scapegoating

      What the public will remember from this investigation, regardless of the results, is the violation of civil rights, said Adi Keidar lawyer for one of the suspects. Meanwhile mothers of administrative expellees send a letter to Defense Minister saying, “Bogie ayaa lon- just because you fail to stop Arab terror, doesn’t mean you can use our children as scapegoats to cover up your failures!

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