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March 15, 2000
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In a precedent-setting ruling, an Israeli court ordered the state to pay about $169,000 in damages to five Palestinians injured by Israeli soldiers during the Palestinian uprising. The judge said the state failed to prove the plaintiffs had thrown stones and even if it had, breaking fingers is not considered “reasonable force.”

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