GADIJA DAVIDS: “The baby on board was unnerving the Israeli soldiers”

Gadija Davids — South African, correspondent of Radio 786
(The responses were received from South Africa on 29 March 2011 via e-mail)

“Being held in a foreign country, against your will, without any contact with the outside world was a nerve-wracking and stressful experience. We did not know what to expect; we had already undergone three body searches, had our belongings stolen, and subjected to several kinds of torture.”

“I thought that these teenager soldiers probably saw the attack as a training mission, but I couldn’t understand the hatred that they exhibited, even as they stood there armed to the teeth, with all kinds of weaponry at their disposal.”

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