Glick was beaten as he visited the east Jerusalem house of mourning for Iyad Halak, an autistic Palestinian man who was mistakenly shot by Border Police in May.
PID again says close to completing probe
Investigators: None of the cameras taped shooting of special ed. victim
On May 30, Hallak, a 32-year-old special-needs student from east Jerusalem, was shot by Border Police in the Old City on his way to Jerusalem’s Elwyn Al-Quds Employment Training Center.
"If it were an Arab shooting a Jew, the video would have been published worldwide the same day."
Both Floyd and Hallak were from communities that often complain of police brutality and racism.
Nadav Shragai, a journalist for the past four decades at Haaretz and then Israel Hayom, has just released Al-Aqsa Terror – From Libel to Blood.
Police brutality has been one of the main topics of Israel's discourse ever since riots broke out in the US following the death of African-American George Floyd.
While people with special needs are no longer siloed in institutions, we are far from full acceptance of differently abled people.
Iyad al-Hallak, a young autistic man, was shot by Police in late May. The case is under investigation.