Amnesty Researcher Who Sicced Hamas on to Peace Activists Had Personal Experience With Hamas Ill-Treatment

Hind Khoudary, the Amnesty Researcher who got Hamas to arrest a palestinian peace activist for holding a Zoom call with Israeli peace activists, is more evil than you first imagined.

You see, she knows damn well what Hamas are like. From personal experience.

Amnesty consultant Hind Khoudary interrogated and ill-treated by security forces earlier today

‘The crackdown on freedom of expression and the use of torture in Gaza has reached alarming new levels’ – Saleh Higazi

Amnesty International is calling on the Hamas security forces to halt their crackdown against peaceful Palestinian protesters and to investigate reports that numerous people have been physically assaulted before being detained and tortured.

The week-long crackdown (see timeline below), the most severe for more than a decade, has been targeted at those protesting against the cost of living in the Gaza Strip, as well as local journalists, activists and human rights workers.

Earlier today, an Amnesty research consultant – Hind Khoudary – was detained and interrogated by Ministry of Interior security forces for working with Amnesty. Her interrogation lasted for three hours during which four male interrogators subjected her to ill-treatment. Her interrogators used abusive language and warned her not to carry out human rights research, threatening to prosecute her for spying and being a foreign agent.

Imagine that: knowing just how brutal and abusive Hamas can be, yet alerting them to a peace activist’s efforts to dialog with Israelis, knowing this will certainly subject him to their torture.

Sick. As was her response to my previous post about her

Glad she thinks what she did is a laughing matter.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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