According to eyewitness reports, the Jewish colonist tried to pull off her headscarf. In response, she hit the attacker with her handbag and was then shot at point-blank range. It was unclear whether she was shot by the colonist or by Israeli police. The Israeli regime claims the woman had a knife and stabbed the colonist, but sources who spoke Gulf News disputed the claim, saying there were no traces of blood at the scene before the woman was shot. The sources said the bleeding woman was laid on the ground and stripped naked. The woman was taken to an Israeli hospital for treatment, but no information has been released about her condition, identity or age.
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A Palestinian student who took photos of a naked, drunk woman in her home will go home without a conviction to his name. Majd Ali, 19, appeared in the Dunedin District Court yesterday after pleading guilty to making an intimate visual recording. Charges of indecent assault and sexual violation were previously withdrawn by the Crown. Counsel Anne Stevens said the Israeli embassy had shown interest in the case and Ali now feared a grilling by the country's security forces on his return. Judge Kevin Phillips said he had no doubt any interrogation of the teenager would be more severe with a conviction - and he ruled it would be unduly harsh for him to carry ''all the implications of sexual depravity'' for the rest of his life.
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A year-old Palestinian exchange student who took photos of a drunk, naked woman in her home will fly home this week with no conviction to his name. Ali escaped any conviction as his lawyer told Dunedin District Court: 'There are so many adolescents out there sending photos of their anatomy to each other; penises, you name it. Ali has already booked his flights back to Palestine from New Zealand. Majd Ali, 19, walked away from Dunedin District Court pictured free of convictions after stripping naked a young, intoxicated woman and taking a series of photographs of her. His lawyer Anne Stevens told the court that he was terrified of returning home as the Israeli embassy had shown interest in the case and he feared facing harsh ridicule upon his return. This statement proved crucial in Judge Kevin Phillips verdict, as he acknowledged the interrogation he would face in his own country would be more severe upon conviction and said it would be unnecessarily cruel to carry 'all the implications of sexual depravity' for the rest of his life. The incident occurred on November 4 last year after Ali poured the victim 'a large glass of straight vodka' at a house party and walked the victim home after she said she felt 'dizzy and very intoxicated'. As the pair sat on her couch in the early hours of the morning, Ali then asked the victim to undress before pulling her naked body on top of him, taking out his phone and taking five photographs. Ali was studying English on exchange at Dunedin's Otago Polytechnic pictured while his sister studied for her PhD when the incident happened. In the photographs put forward to the court, Ali was visible and fully clothed.
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