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Rights group: Shin Bet coerces ill Palestinians to become informants

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The Shin Bet security service has been trying to coerce ill Palestinians to become informants in exchange for medical treatment, according to an 80-page report released recently by the Israel branch of Physicians for Human Rights.

"I would say it's self-explanatory and clear that you shouldn't extort patients," said Miri Weingarten of the group. 


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