Video, Research Journalism Initiative and A-Films, 7 March 2007
On 28 February 2007, during the Israeli invasion of Nablus, the IOF kidnapped 11-year-old Jihan Tahdush from her home in the Old City of Nablus. She was used as a human shield while Israeli forces conducted door-to-door searches in the Old City. Jihan says of the incident: "They gave me biscuits to persuade me to talk to them, but I didn't tell them anything. When I brought them to the house they told me not to be afraid because they were with me. When I asked to go back to my mom, they said, 'We have to keep you a bit longer.'" This video-interview was produced by the Research Journalism Initiative and the Anarchist Film Collective "A-Films".
This short interview was conducted in the aftermath of the Israeli Occupation Forces' operation "Hot Winter" in the West Bank city of Nablus.
The 11-years-old girl Jihan Tahdush was kidnapped by IOF troops and repeatedly forced to serve as a human shield for soldiers in their house-to-house searches in the Old City.
The full interview in better quality can be downloaded at:
This short clip is a co-production of a-films and RJI. The authors can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.