Haaretz, Dec. 26, 2015

 

The body of the camel that soldiers killed for a laugh in November was examined by an Israeli veterinarian; no one took witness statements from Samah Abdallah's family, and no one ordered an autopsy on her body.

 

 

For no reason, a soldier in a fortified concrete watchtower fired a bullet into Samah’s head as she sat in the backseat, between her brother and her sister. The soldiers [...] soon admitted to her horrified father that they had fired “by mistake.” Three weeks later, Samah died in an Israeli hospital.

[...] The body of the camel that soldiers from the Duvdevan special operations force killed for a laugh in November was examined by an Israeli veterinarian; no one took witness statements from Samah’s family, and no one ordered an autopsy on her body.