Israeli border police officers who were filmed apparently abusing Palestinian civilians will not face charges, an Israeli state prosecutor has ruled.
An appeal calling for an investigation was rejected and the police’s actions dismissed as “only light blows”, said human rights group, Yesh Din.
The three videos show Palestinian civilians being struck, grabbed and humiliated by uniformed officers.
The incident allegedly took place in East Jerusalem in 2008.
Israeli police have refused to comment on the ruling.