VIDEO - A short film released by the B'Tselem human rights organization on Sunday claims to provide clues in the case of 30-year old Bassem Ibrahim Abu Rahma, who was killed at an anti-fence protest in the West Bank village of Bilin on Friday. The film shows protestors rioting before security forces, who fire at them from the other side of the security fence placed at the scene. The Israel Defense Forces has stated that the protestors were throwing stones, but the film shows them mainly yelling at the forces. Soldiers are shown firing teargas grenades at the protestors. One of the grenades is fired towards Abu Rahma, who yells that it nearly hit him. A grenade fired moments later is shown to have hit him, causing his death, and the soldiers are displayed continuing their fire after he is hit. Residents of the village are claiming that the film proves Abu Rahma was killed in an incident lacking physical violence on the side of the protestors. B'Tselem has released the film to dozens of websites.