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Israeli police arrest a Palestinian stone-thrower during clashes at the Lions Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem, March 30, 2001. Israeli troops opened fire with live rounds on Friday to try to halt Palestinians marching in cities across the West Bank and Gaza Strip to demand civil rights and an end to Israeli occupation. (REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein)

An Israeli soldier points his weapon, which is equipped to fire teargas canisters, in the face of a Palestinian man during clashes that erupted between stone-throwing Palestinians and Jewish settlers throwing stones at Palestinian homes, March 25, 2001 in the divided West Bank city of Hebron.REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun

The father of 12-year-old Yeheh Sheah al-Ead, who was killed yesterday when he picked up a pair of boxing gloves at the Rafah border, looks at his son's body during his funeral At Rafah, south Gaza Strip, March 29, 2001. (REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)

A Palestinian boy peers around a burning barricade in the divided West Bank city of Hebron, March 23, 2001.REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun

A Palestinian woman tries to punch an israeli soldier during a protest march against the Israeli travel restrictions on the outskirts of the West Bank town of Hebron, Saturday, March 24, 2001. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)

A Palestinian man tries to restrain a woman demonstrator arguing with Israeli soldiers during the same march on the Saturday, March 24, 2001 to protest severe Israeli travel restrictions. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyouki)

Palestinian doctor holds projectiles March 11, 2001 found in the body a Palestinian, identified by hospital officials as Ziyad Ayyad, 27, from Gaza City March 11, 2001. Palestinian police said on Saturday they had retrieved the body of Ayyad, who was killed by Israeli soldiers on a road near the Karni commercial crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel. (REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah)

A Palestinian doctor points at projectiles showing up on an x-ray of a Ziyad Ayyad's pelvis.

A critically wounded Palestinian is rushed into a Tel Aviv hospital March 4, 2001. The Palestinian was beaten by Israelis in the city of Natanya in an attempted lynching. (REUTERS/Yohonatan Shaul)

Five-year-old Palestinian girl Fatma Abu Salah lies on her bed at the Nasser hospital in the southern Gaza town of Khan Younis as her mother Atidal Abu Salah sits nearby Wednesday Feb. 28, 2001. Fatma was critically wounded by Israeli gunfire as she played near the entrance to a kindergarten in Gaza. (AP Photo/Enric Marti)

A Palestinian ambulance attendant, foreground, collapses on the ground and grabs his wrist after being shot by Israeli troops while evacuating a wounded demonstrator during clashes in the West Bank town of Ramallah Friday, Feb. 23, 2001(Nasser Nasser, AP)

Is this the Democracy and Justice that Israel claims to have?

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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