Jewish settler Yoram Skolnick waves to family members as he arrives in court in Jerusalem on February 18, 2001. Israeli and Palestinian human rights groups slammed Israel's highest court for setting free a Jewish settler after he served eight years in prison for shooting dead a bound Palestinian assailant.
Early February 14, 2001, in Azur, south of Tel Aviv. The covered bodies of dead Israelis lie where A Palestinian rammed a bus into a crowd of Israeli soldiers and commuters at a bus stop, killing at least eight people in the bloodiest attack in Israel since a Palestinian uprising began in September.
Who's the Terrorist Now?
A Jewish settler pours petrol onto the produce piled in the trunk of a Palestinian car when settlers went on a rampage in a small Palestinian agricultural area of Kfar Yam in the Gush Katif Jewish settlement bloc in the Gaza Strip January 15, 2001. Dozens of settlers rampaged through an Arab agricultural beach area.
Is this type of behavior ever shown on television? Definetly not! Israeli settlers are hardly ever portrayed to be terrorists or violent.
The Smiling Killer
Israeli soldiers are dragging the body of Shaker Hassouni, 23, after shooting him to death.
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