An Israeli soldier who filmed himself in an army outpost throwing stones has now been identified as a member of the Palestinian security forces.
The video of the incident was posted on social media on Wednesday by a Palestinian official.
The soldier, identified only as “Emanuel,” told The Jerusalem Times on Thursday that he did not commit any crime and did not intend to cause anyone harm.
In the video, he can be seen hurling stones at Palestinian homes and vehicles.
In addition, he said, he was defending his family from stone throwing.
The Israeli military, however, said that the video was not of him and that his actions did not meet the army’s standards of conduct.
In a statement, the army said that he was not authorized to fire on Palestinians.
The IDF does not recognize Palestinians as stateless or as a state within the 1967 lines.
In an interview on Tuesday with the Al-Monitor TV Channel, the deputy head of the Palestine Security Services, Maj. Gen. Qadem Mughniyeh, said “there is no such thing as a soldier who is not authorized and not responsible for his actions.”
“It is clear that the soldier’s behavior in the video is not in line with the IDF standards,” Mughsiyeh said.
“He was not instructed in his duty and the army did not instruct him.”
The Israeli army did release a video on Wednesday of two Palestinian children being shot dead by Israeli soldiers after throwing rocks at Israeli forces in the West Bank.
The videos, which were posted by the Israeli military’s Al-Quds Brigades, show a Palestinian boy and a Palestinian woman who were walking in the Ramallah neighborhood of Silwan, east of Ramallah, with a large Palestinian flag.
In one of the videos, a Palestinian man is seen throwing a rock, but the man does not stop until he is in front of a military jeep and a soldier is seen in the back of the vehicle.
The man throws the rock toward the vehicle, and the soldier fires a single shot, killing him.
The other video shows the woman who was killed.
In it, the soldier who killed the woman appears to shoot the girl with his rifle.
The Palestinian family was driving home after a night of celebrating the New Year’s Eve celebrations, when they were approached by Israeli forces, the Al Jazeera team said.
The Al Jazeera footage shows soldiers yelling at the family and throwing rocks, with the father and the mother in the front seat of the car.
The soldiers also can be heard laughing and shouting, “Get out of here!
Get out of the way!”
The Al-Jazeera team said that one of those who was shot, Yaser al-Fadi, said he had thrown the stone at an Israeli vehicle.
He was taken to a hospital, where he later died.
The military has yet to comment on the video.
“This is an outrageous act by the soldiers, and I believe it is a direct violation of their duty to protect the soldiers,” said Mahmoud Abu-Mughni, the Palestinian leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), the main Palestinian political group.
“They are behaving as if they are soldiers.
It is unacceptable.”
“In the video the soldier clearly throws stones at the house and the Palestinian woman,” Abu-Madani said.
In other video footage, an officer is seen standing in front the Palestinian family, yelling at them, “Leave the place.
The army has the right to defend itself.”
The Al-‘Aliya TV channel reported that the Palestinian families house in Silwan had been damaged by Israeli artillery shells.
“I am not going to sleep tonight because I’m afraid that my family and my neighbors are going to be killed,” the father of the family, Abu-Alaa al-Husseini, told Al-Maqdisi TV, a local television channel.
The family is from the Al’Nassr refugee camp in the southern occupied West Bank, which is located on land that Israel captured in 1967.
The families home was the scene of several previous clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians in recent years.
The clashes have been described by human rights groups as a war crime and a war crimes investigation has been launched by the Palestinian Authority.
“The army is responsible for all these crimes and we demand that they be investigated and prosecuted,” al-Mawlawi said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he did “not intend to tolerate such behaviour.”
“This was a regrettable incident and I will not allow it to happen again,” he said.
On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu said that if there was a “flagrant violation” of human rights, “we will find the person who committed the crime and bring them to justice.”
Netanyahu also said he would not tolerate any action that might undermine the security of Israeli civilians.
On Wednesday, Israel’s military said that it was looking into the death