So first of all he is not a child, he is a teen, at list 15-16 years old. Second, they didnt 'smashed his head to the ground', they were holding him real hard in order to arrest him. This and the punch is
certainly not something unusual which I never seen in other global police forces when they come to arrest violent people...
The poster of the previous video declared that "A video shows Israeli occupation forces in Jerusalem smashing the head of a Palestinian boy on the ground during a violent arrest, after Israeli troops stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque compound"...
Of course he didn't bother to mention why exactly the Israeli troops stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque (Hint- no, not becuase they were bored with playing angry birds...).
Here is the news description of what took place yesterday in Al-Aqsa mosque:
"Arabs stone Israeli police on Temple Mount-
End of Friday prayers sees hundreds of Arab youths throw rocks at security forces in Al-Aqsa mosque (Temple mount).
Several hundred Arab worshipers stoned police forces near the Mughrabi Gate,at the entrance to Temple Mount, following the end of Friday prayers.
Police and Border Guard officer used crowd-control measures to disperse the crowd. No injuries were reported. The police are canvassing the area for the incident's instigators.
The police said visits to Temple Moumt were undisturbed by the incident.
Friday's stoning followed a similar event that took place on Thursday.
Police forces arrested three right-wing activists from Israel who were trying to enter Temple Mount after the compound was closed for the day.
Several Arab worshipers that were on the premises stoned police forces, causing no harm."
The vids attached are not from yesterday, but you can see there previous riots in Al-Aqsa mosque area. In the first video the people chanting and some of them throw rocks at Jews coming to pray at the western wall (Al-Aqsa mosque is located on higher location) till the police intervine and storming the compound.
The second video shows Palestinian "kids" throwing rocks from rooftops at the old city of Jerusalem.
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