Tuesday, May 21, 2013

  • Tuesday, May 21, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
From Ma'an:
A journalist and human rights activist were shot dead in Gaza overnight during a suspected clan clash, locals said.

Muatazz Kamal Abu Safiyya, 23, and his uncle Ahmad Hasan Abu Safiyya, 42, were killed during the clash in Gaza City's Tal al-Hawa neighborhood.

Muatazz was a correspondent with an Algerian TV station and his uncle was a lawyer and board member of Addameer prisoner rights organization.

Four other family members were injured in the brawl.
Their dispute was over an inheritance.

Too bad that the NGO Ahmad Safiyya worked for ignores issues like the one that got him killed. But there is no money for NGOs that aren't anti-Israel, so there are very  few human rights organizations in the territories that care about abuses of human rights done within Gaza.

In related news, a man beat an elderly female relative to death in Gaza when she refused to lend him 200 shekels.

You just know that when stories like these come out, a significant number of people reflexively blame Israel. The only question is how tortured their logic will be this time.

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