In a shocking case of Pallywood child abuse, a Palestinian father was ready to sacrifice his toddler son’s life, and “human rights” organizations refuse to comment.

By: Ruthie Blum/The Algemeiner

Human rights organizations have refused to comment on footage of a Palestinian father pushing his young child to provoke Israeli Border Police into shooting him, Israeli Channel 1’s English news reported on Sunday.

According to IBA News, the video clip of a weekly Palestinian protest at Nilin in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria), originally uploaded to YouTube, has received more than 100,000 views on the Facebook wall of IDF foreign press spokesman Peter Lerner since Saturday. It shows the flag-waving toddler approaching the armed policemen, one of whom responds with a high five. The father then urges the boy to pelt the officers with stones.

According to IBA’s political commentator, Eylon Aslan-Levy, Amnesty International told the media outlet that it was “unable to comment,” and Human Rights Watch failed to respond to repeated requests for a statement.