Ethiopian mothers protest in Tel Aviv over police violence, discrimination
Published: 08.07.19, 21:36
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1. Protesters should shoot at the ground in front of the police
Ken   (07.08.19)
2. Most israelis support you.GO ahead!
TheWall   (07.08.19)
3. No evidence killing seems pretty fake to me.
NYC   (07.08.19)
4. Israel should admit the true about racism and democracy
Mark Jeffery Koch ,   Mount Laurel, NJ   (07.08.19)
Israel likes to brag to the world that it is the only democracy in the Middle East but yet the Prime Minister treats Arab citizens as though they are the enemy. Their neighborhoods are not funded like Jewish neighborhoods in Israel are and their infrastructure is falling apart. No political party, no matter how liberal, would ever consider including an Arab party as part of its coalition.

Ethiopians are not treated properly. Their education, neighborhoods, and job opportunities are not anywhere near the same as those for white Israelis.

Israel likes to talk about democracy and how open they are to all religious faiths, races, and ethnicities. The truth is far darker than the light unto nations likes to claim.
5. Let me get this straight: causing prolonged havoc is going
to change our “ways”( attitudes, hang ups, perceived “racism”& so on)???!!!
6. I stand with them!! It's disgraceful how they are treated
Talula ,   Tel Aviv   (07.09.19)
The murder of 6 million Jews and pure hatred and antisemitism towards us - you'd think we would be a better nation towards our own. But no. I'm embarrassed and disgusted.
7. ballistics show the bullet ricocheted
Scott ,   Givatayim   (07.09.19)
Ballistic reports show the officer was telling the truth & that he shot at the ground as a warning shot when the mob was going after him & ricocheted, hitting the teen. Clearly the teen wasn't an angel, or he wouldn't have been involved in a gang fight in the first place, which is what the officer was trying to break up. No good deed goes unpunished.
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