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Israel Has Killed a Palestinian Child Every Three Days for 18 Years, Reveals Shocking Statistic


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The Israeli occupation forces have killed around 2,000 Palestinian children since the start of the Second (Al-Aqsa) Intifada in September 2000



   

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fly bird (26)
Saturday April 7, 2018, 2:00 pm
Israel has killed a Palestinian child every three days for 18 years, reveals shocking statistic. Video

The Israeli occupation forces have killed around 2,000 Palestinian children since the start of the Second (Al-Aqsa) Intifada in September 2000, Anadolu reported on Friday. The figure was provided by Defence of Children International.

On average, that means a Palestinian child has been killed by a uniformed Israeli every three days for the past 18 years. It is a shocking statistic.

Ayed Qteesh, the director of the NGO’s Palestine Branch, told Anadolu that the Israelis also arrest and imprison around 700 Palestinian children every year. He alleged that the occupation security forces put Palestinian children before mock courts and treat them badly in order to extract “confessions” from them.

Interview: ‘My name is not Ahmad at the checkpoint. I am number 36.’

The rights group’s latest report said that the Israeli occupation authorities have arrested more than 14,000 Palestinian children since the start of the Second Intifada, of whom 350 are still being held in prison.

Defence of Children International’s report was issued on the occasion of the International Day of Palestinian Children on 5 April.

Report: children constitute half the Palestinian population

Read: 3-year-old Palestinian detained by Israel

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20180407-israel-has-killed-a-palestinian-child-every-three-days-for-18-years-reveals-shocking-statistic/
 

Sue H (7)
Saturday April 7, 2018, 2:02 pm
Reprehensible. :(
 

Freya H (345)
Saturday April 7, 2018, 3:04 pm
When is the entire world going to acknowledge that Israel is a rogue nation?
 

Beverly D (14)
Saturday April 7, 2018, 4:34 pm
A sad fact that will end no time soon. The US as well as most individuals in America don't seem to give a damn. I Do! God forbid~
 

Darren Woolsey (218)
Sunday April 8, 2018, 2:24 am
Noted, and shared article over social media.
 

Roberto MARINI (88)
Monday April 9, 2018, 8:35 am
noted very shocking
 

TOM TREE (247)
Monday April 9, 2018, 10:42 am
Truly UNBELIEVABLE !!
SCARY STUFF !
WTF !
 

fly bird (26)
Tuesday April 10, 2018, 12:54 am
Israeli Soldiers Kill Seven Palestinians, Including A Child, Injure 922 In Gaza.
April 6, 2018

Updated: The Palestinian Health Ministry in the Gaza Strip has confirmed that Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, seven Palestinians, including one child, and injured 992 others, in several parts of the coastal region. An eighth Palestinian died from serious wounds suffered last Friday.

Update: The soldiers killed Ala’ Yahya az-Zamily, 17, after shooting him with a live round in his neck, east of Rafah. Ala’ was from Shaboura refugee camp, in Rafah.

It said that Mohammad Sa’id Mousa al-Hajj Saleh, 33, from Rafah, in southern Gaza Strip, was shot with live Israeli army fire in the abdomen and chest, east of the city, during evening hours.

The Ministry stated that the child, identified as Hussein Mohammad Madhi, 16, was killed by Israeli army fire, on Friday evening, east of Gaza city.

Another Palestinian, identified as Sidqi Faraj Abu ‘Oteiwi, 45, from Nusseirat refugee camp, in central Gaza, was also killed by Israeli army fire.

Also, the soldiers killed Ibrahim al-‘Orr, 20, in central Gaza.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, spokesperson of the Health Ministry in Gaza, said the soldiers shot 1070 Palestinians, 551 of them were rushed to the make-shift clinics on Palestinian lands hundreds of meters away from the border fence.

He added that 442 wounded Palestinians were rushed to governmental hospitals, and 77 to private hospitals. Among the injured are 48 children, and 12 women.

25 Palestinians suffered life-threatening injuries, and 239 suffered moderate wounds, in several parts of the Gaza Strip.

The soldiers also continued to deliberately target the Palestinian medic, and their ambulance, especially east of Rafah, with Gaza bombs, wounding seven of them.

In addition, the Health Ministry and the Red Crescent in Gaza have confirmed that the soldiers killed Majdi Ramadan Shbat, 38, east of Gaza city, after shooting him with a live round in the neck, while Osama Khamis Qdeih, 38, from Abasan al-Kabeera town, east of Khan Younis, was also killed by army fire.

On Friday morning, the Palestinian Health Ministry has reported that a young man, identified as Tha’er Mohammad Rabe’a, 30, died from serious wounds he suffered when Israeli soldiers shot him with live fire, last Friday March 30th, in northern Gaza.

Palestinian journalist Wa’el Abu Omar told the Maan News Agency that the soldiers fired a new type of gas bombs that cause extreme weakness, and caused the affected to have serious difficulties not only in breathing, but also in moving.

Updated From:
Army Kills Three Palestinians, Injures At least 252, Including Many Who Suffered Serious Wounds, In Gaza
Apr 6, 2018 @ 18:05

Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, three Palestinians, including a child, and injured at least 252 others, including may who suffered life-threatening wounds, and moderate injuries, in several parts of the Gaza Strip, after the army resorted to the excessive use of force against nonviolent protesters.

His death brings the number of Palestinians who were killed by Israeli army fire today, Friday, to three, in addition to a fourth Palestinians who died from serious wounds suffered last week.

Ten Palestinians were shot with live fire in the head and chest, in Khan Younis alone, the Red Crescent in Gaza has reported.

The Health Ministry and the Red Crescent in Gaza has confirmed that the soldiers killed Majdi Ramadan Shbat, 38, east of Gaza city, after shooting him with a live round in the neck.

In addition that 252 Palestinians were injured by army fire, including many who suffered life-threatening wounds, and serious injuries, in addition to dozens who suffered the severe effects of teargas inhalation.

52 of the wounded suffered severe convulsions and threw up due to the effects of the gas bombs.

The Israeli army is firing long-range gas bombs that reaches the make-shift hospitals.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry in Gaza has confirmed that the soldiers killed Osama Khamis Qdeih, 38, from Abasan al-Kabeera town, east of Khan Younis.

He added that Qdeih died from serious wounds he suffered after the soldiers shot him with live fire, east of Khan Younis.

The Palestinian Red Crescent in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, said its field hospital provided treatment to more than 50 Palestinians, including many who were shot with live rounds in the head and chest, and dozens who were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs, in addition to scores who suffered the effects of teargas inhalation.

In added that the soldiers also fired dozens of gas bombs directly targeting many ambulances, and make-shift field clinics, east of Rafah.

It added that one of the wounded Palestinians is a journalist, identified as Yasser Mortaja, who was shot with a life round in his chest, while a female journalist, identified as Islam Za’noun, suffered the effects of teargas inhalation, despite wearing clearly marked press vests; both were injured east of Khan Younis.

The soldiers deliberately fired a barrage of gas bombs, including high velocity, long range bombs, at crowds of protesters, in addition to firing many live rounds at them.

The soldiers also targeted many journalists with live fire and gas bombs, including during live coverage by the al-Mayadeen TV.

Furthermore, the army used planes and drones in firing a barrage of gas bombs at the Palestinians even in areas not close to the border fence.

Dozens of Palestinians suffered the severe effects of teargas inhalation and received the needed treatment in make-shift hospitals near the border fence, across the eastern part of the Gaza Strip.

|Israeli Soldiers, Including Sharpshooters, Take Position, As Protests Start In Gaza; Injure Three|

The soldiers also targeted dozens of medics with gas bombs, east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza, wounding

many of them.

The Palestinians burnt dozens of tires near the border fence, in order to obscure the vision of the soldiers, especially the sharpshooters, who barricaded themselves behind huge sand hills across the border fence.

The army also used planes to extinguish the burnt tires, in addition to using water hoses and even fans to send the smoke back to the Palestinian side.

His death brings the number of Palestinians who were killed by Israeli army fire since Friday, March 30th, to twenty-two, including the farmer, Wahid Nasrallah Abu Sammour, who was killed on his land early Friday morning before the Land Day protests began.

In related news, the soldiers shot three Palestinians, including one who suffered a head injury, in Ramallah, in central West Bank.

The soldiers also injured many Palestinians in Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

http://imemc.org/article/army-kills-one-palestinian-injures-at-least-100-including-five-who-suffered-serious-wounds-in-gaza/
 

Paola S (11)
Tuesday April 10, 2018, 10:24 am
Shame on you Israel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Evelyn B (63)
Thursday May 10, 2018, 10:12 am
Jess - that article is weeks old!
As of a few days ago, the deaths along the Gaza border (within the context of the #GreatReturnMarch non-violent demonstration had reached 49 (including journalists and health personnel) and over 7,000 injured - many to a degree that is likely to effect their mobility for the rest of their lives, since snipers have used live bullets to explode limbs.

And tomorrow (Friday) is another weekend, when numbers joining in the demonstration go up.

People are asking "Why to they keep going back, knowing that the IDF snipers are happily using them as target practice?"

People asking should stop and think for themselves. What level of despair is needed that people think that participating in a demonstration of their hopes for a solution that would allow them to go home is worth risking being brought down by snipers' bullets?
What level of feeling at risk even when they stay in their homes (often ill-repaired ruins or temporary shelter) makes people feel 'well - we can be killed by drones, shells when 'safe' at home, so might as well participate actively in this symbol of our hopes for the the future - at least that's not just sitting waiting!"

And the media fails to share widely the full range of non-violent activities that take place in the camp bases along the Gaza border, all part of the peaceful intentions of the organisers. Football, mini-funfairs, dancing groups, family picnics, cultural events, debates, children's presentations on subjects such as Martin Luther King a civil rights, even a wedding ...
Celebrating Palestinian Culture - in the Great Return March Events
 

fly bird (26)
Friday May 11, 2018, 10:38 pm
Health Ministry: “Army Kills one Palestinian, Injures 448, In Gaza”. (VIDEO)

Updated: The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that Israeli soldiers killed, Friday, one Palestinian, and injured 448, including seven who suffered very serious wounds, in the Gaza Strip.

The Health Ministry said the soldiers killed Jaber Salem Abu Mustafa, 40, after shooting him with a live round in the chest, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

It added that, among the 448 wounded Palestinians, 112 were shot with live fire, including seven in serious conditions, and four who were directly shot with gas bombs.

Sixty-six of the wounded Palestinians were moved to hospitals in several parts of the coastal region. One of them is a child, 16, who was shot with a live bullet that penetrated both of his legs child trying to place a Palestinian flag on the border fence.

At least one of the wounded Palestinians is a medic who was shot while rushing to provide treatment to injured protesters.

It is worth mentioning that many protesters managed to remove a section of the border fence, east of Gaza Strip, before the soldiers started firing at them, while many Palestinian hurled stones.

Some protesters flew burning kites across the border fence, causing fires, before Israeli firefighters rushed to extinguish them.
Fire also broke out in an Israeli colony near the border area when an Israeli colonialist settler tried to fly a burning kite into the Palestinian side.

http://imemc.org/article/health-ministry-army-kills-one-palestinian-injures-167-in-gaza/
 

fly bird (26)
Friday May 11, 2018, 10:39 pm
MEMO’s Gaza correspondent shot by Israeli sniper.
May 11, 2018



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Palestinian journalist and MEMO correspondent in Gaza, Motasem Dalloul, has been hospitalised after being shot by Israeli sniper fire today while covering The Great March of Return near Gaza’s eastern border.



Last month, Palestinian journalists Yasser Murtaja and Ahmed Abu-Hussein were shot dead by Israeli snipers while covering the events near the Gaza-Israel border despite wearing protective vests clearly marked “PRESS”. Several other journalists have also been wounded since the protests began.

Over 6,800 Gazans have been wounded during the demonstrations and at least 49 people have been killed by Israeli forces since 30 March, when the six-week demonstration and sit-in calling for the implementation of the Right of Return began.

Demonstrators are demanding that Palestinian refugees be granted their right to return to their towns and villages in historical Palestine, from which they were driven out in 1948 to make way for the state of Israel.

Palestinians dubbed today the “Friday of Preparation and Foreboding” ahead of the US moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on Monday.

Tuesday will also see demonstrations as the Great March of Return culminates on the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba (Catastrophe), in which more than 750,000 Palestinians were forcibly displaced by Israeli forces in 1948 Arab-Israeli war.

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20180511-memos-gaza-correspondent-shot-by-israeli-sniper/
 

Evelyn B (63)
Saturday May 12, 2018, 4:04 am
This was filmed a few days before this 14 year old was killed by a sniper last week
Mohammad dancing: Mohammad’s family contributed a recent home video in which he is seen dancing, surrounded by his siblings and cousins
 

Evelyn B (63)
Saturday May 12, 2018, 4:09 am
Sorry - the link didn't take
Mohammad dancing: Mohammad’s family contributed a recent home video in which he is seen dancing, surrounded by his siblings and cousins
 

fly bird (26)
Saturday May 12, 2018, 5:54 pm
Evelyn,
I started to watch the vimeo home video of Mohammad. I felt so sad, I had to stop. I will watch it at a later time.

Shame on the Israeli regime and it's atrocities!

Rest in Peace, Mohammad.
 

fly bird (26)
Sunday May 13, 2018, 11:44 pm
A relatively recent report, that is significant, at this time ..

Violations against Palestinian children spike amid protests over U.S. Jerusalem.

Ramallah, December 22, 2017—Israeli forces injured and detained Palestinian children in higher numbers over the last two weeks, as Israeli authorities used widespread force to quash sweeping protests across the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT).

“Excessive force and misuse of crowd control weapons has once again proved to be the norm for Israeli forces when quashing protests,” said DCIP's Ayed Abu Eqtaish.

Following the United States’ recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Israeli forces misused crowd-control weapons and, at times, live ammunition against children in the context of confrontations with Palestinian protesters. Between December 6 and 20, Defense for Children International - Palestine documented eight child injuries in the OPT. Six of this number suffered head injuries, all except one with potentially irreversible damage, including two children with permanent eye loss. The number of children arriving at Israel’s Ofer military prison in the central West Bank also doubled this month, marking a spike in military detention in which systematic ill-treatment of Palestinian minors is routine.

“Excessive force and misuse of crowd control weapons has once again proved to be the norm for Israeli forces when quashing protests,” said Ayed Abu Eqtaish, Accountability Program director at DCIP. “Israeli forces seemingly disregard their own open-fire regulations and international law, and enjoy near complete impunity for their unlawful conduct. This lack of justice and accountability results in a high toll paid by Palestinian minors subjected to serious injury or even death.”

Widespread protests

U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to publicly recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Israeli state led to large-scale demonstrations, marches and clashes throughout the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip. Israel annexed the eastern half of Jerusalem in 1967, a move condemned by the United Nations Security Council and not recognized by the international community, and is considered occupied territory under international law. The U.S. decision leaves future borders up for negotiation but reversed a long-held White House position of maintaining its embassy in Tel Aviv, saying the embassy would be moved in three years.

Palestinians called for several “days of rage” to demonstrate local opposition to the move. Protesters, including children, in some cases threw stones and firebombs, often near checkpoints and other Israeli military installations. Israel appears to have primarily relied on crowd-control weapons and rubber-coated metal bullets to quell protests with some incidents of live ammunition. DCIP documentation of injuries and witness reports however showed an alarming misuse of crowd-control weapons.

The United Nations General Assembly overwhelmingly voted on December 21 to reject the decision, days after the UN Security Council proposed a resolution to withdraw the U.S. recognition. With the exception of the U.S., which used its veto power to scrap the resolution, all of the 14 other members supported the measure.

Misuse of crowd-control weapons

In the West Bank, two Palestinian teenagers, both aged 15, were struck in the head by rubber-coated metal bullets at the hands of Israeli forces.

Qassam K., 15, was critically injured by a rubber-coated metal bullet according to initial DCIP interviews with the child’s father. The child’s father told DCIP that Israeli forces entered the northern West Bank city of Nablus around 1 a.m. on December 20 and shot the teen with a rubber-coated metal bullet during clashes, fracturing his skull.

“He [Mohammad] was laying on the ground. His face and clothes were covered in blood,” the eyewitness, who wished to remain anonymous, said.

An eyewitness told DCIP that Israeli forces shot Mohammad Tamimi, 15, with a rubber-coated metal bullet shortly after clashes had ended in the Ramallah-area village of Nabi Saleh in the central West Bank on December 15. According to the eyewitness, Israeli forces appeared to have exited the area around 4 p.m. when an Israeli soldier shot Mohammad in the face with a rubber-coated metal bullet at close range.

Israeli forces shot and severely injured 15-year-old Mohammad Tamimi in the face on December 15. (Photo: courtesy of Tamimi family)

“He [Mohammad] was laying on the ground. His face and clothes were covered in blood,” the eyewitness, who wished to remain anonymous, said.

Mohammad’s treating physician told DCIP that the 15-year-old underwent two operations to remove the rubber-coated metal bullet, which lodged in the back of his skull and caused severe bleeding in his brain. The child’s 16-year-old cousin, Ahed Tamimi, was detained days later in a night raid.

“It hit me in the face like a stone.” Mohammad al-Farani told DCIP. “It was so painful, I don’t know how to describe it.“

In the Gaza Strip, two 14-year-old boys were hit in the face with tear gas canisters when Israeli forces stationed in a military watchtower opened fire on protesters near the Erez crossing.

“It hit me in the face like a stone.” Mohammad al-Farani told DCIP. “It was so painful, I don’t know how to describe it. There was a lot of blood running down my face.” The child was sitting on a concrete block at a December 11 protest near the Gaza border when a canister hit him in the face. He was treated for a fractured cheekbone, head gash, internal bleeding in the brain, and later underwent eye surgery to remove his right eye.

Nidal al-Majzoub was standing nearby and hit shortly after, requiring 10 stitches on his forehead. Both children were around 50 to 60 meters (55 to 65 yards) from the watchtower at the time of injury.

Israeli forces shot 14-year-old Mohammad Farani in the face with a tear gas canister, causing skull fracture and loss of his right eye. (Photo: DCIP / Mohammad Abu Rukbeh)
Israeli forces shot 14-year-old Mohammad Farani in the face with a tear gas canister, causing skull fracture and loss of his right eye. (Photo: DCIP / Mohammad Abu Rukbeh)

Crowd-control weapons such as sponge-tipped plastic rounds, tear gas canisters and rubber-coated metal bullets are only “less lethal” when used within a narrow set of prescribed conditions. If used at close range, against the upper body, or on children, they can cause critical injury and death.

Use of live ammunition

On December 12, Hamed M., 15, was shot in the face and severely injured with live ammunition near Salfit in the northern West Bank. The Israeli army initially said Hamed attempted to carry out a stabbing attack, but later stated he was shot while attempting to damage a fence next to Ariel settlement. Several local news outlets reported the child was detained and hospitalized in critical condition. DCIP is investigating the circumstances surrounding the injury.

In addition to Hamed M., DCIP documented two live fire injuries including a 16-year-old who was shot above his right eye, causing skull fractures and vision loss. The teen told DCIP he participated in a march on December 8 near Tulkarem in the northern West Bank.

At least 345 Palestinian children in the OPT were injured by Israeli forces between December 5 and 18, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Over a third of those injured during clashes in the Gaza Strip were shot with live ammunition, OCHA reported.

In December 2015, Israeli police live-fire regulations were updated, permitting officers to use live-fire against an individual who appears to be throwing or about to throw a firebomb, fireworks or is using a slingshot. Live ammunition is often employed by Israeli forces in the context of protests exposing children to the risk of lethal force.

The spike in serious injuries came as OCHA reported eight Palestinians killed by Israeli forces between December 5 and 18 after the U.S. announced it would move its embassy to Jerusalem

Military arrests with right violations

Israeli forces also carried out 160 arrest raids in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, detaining at least 63 children, according to OCHA.

A DCIP lawyer on December 21 provided legal advice to a 17-year-old girl after she was forcefully detained with her 16-year-old cousin from an ambulance in Halhul on December 13. Israeli authorities released both girls without charge.

“When I arrived at the checkpoint, I remember my face bleeding, mostly my lips because of the beating,” Fawzi said a sworn testimony.

Louay al-Mansi, a Palestinian prisoner in charge of juveniles at Israel’s Ofer military prison, told DCIP that some 77 children arrived between December 1 and 19, more than doubling the number of child detainees to be newly incarcerated in the military facility from the month before.

Among those held in Ofer was 16-year-old Fawzi J., detained in the southern West Bank city of Hebron on December 7. At least four other children were detained with Fawzi the same day, according to testimony collected by DCIP.

Fawzi told DCIP lawyer Farah Bayadsi that by the time he arrived to interrogation, one of his shoes had been kicked off and he had been repeatedly beaten and verbally abused for nearly two hours.

“When I arrived at the checkpoint, I remember my face bleeding, mostly my lips because of the beating. They took me to a room, knocked me down to the floor and began kicking me all over my body,” Fawzi said a sworn testimony.

The child was interrogated without the presence of a lawyer or family member and was allowed access to legal consultation following, not prior to, his interrogation.

Fawzi J. and Ahed Tamimi are among an estimated 500 to 700 children each year detained by Israeli forces and prosecuted in Israeli military courts that lack fundamental fair trial rights and protections.

In 590 cases documented by DCIP between 2012 and 2016, 72 percent of Palestinian child detainees reported physical violence and 66 percent faced verbal abuse and humiliation.

Under Israeli military law, Palestinian children have no right to a lawyer during interrogation. Confessions that are often coerced through ill-treatment are routinely used in military courts to sentence children to prison terms.

http://www.dci-palestine.org/violations_against_palestinian_children_spike_amid_protests_over_u_s_jerusalem_move
 

fly bird (26)
Wednesday May 16, 2018, 11:25 am
UK: Jews deliver message of condemnation to Israel

In a message to world leaders, international organization of Orthodox Jews against Zionism reiterates support for Palestine.

16.05.2018

LONDON

The anti-Zionist Neturei Karta organization has delivered a message of support and solidarity to Palestine as well as one of criticism and condemnation to Israel over its treatment of Palestinian civilians.

In a meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Monday evening, Elahanan Beck, the chief rabbi of Neturei Karta, said “we have to realize and understand -- helping the state of Israel is not in the favor of Jewish people”.

“The Zionists say they want to make a safe haven for Jewish people, they want to help Jews… but this is untrue. The most dangerous place today for Jewish people -- not to speak for Palestinians, but even for Jews -- is in the state of Israel,” Beck said.

Praising Erdogan for withdrawing Turkey’s ambassador to Israel after the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, Beck said: “If you want to help the Jewish people, follow the example of what the Turkish president did: withdraw your ambassador from there and come out in the clear”.

Tensions have risen in the region after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in December and ordered the opening of a new U.S. embassy in the disputed and occupied city, a decision that has earned him global criticism and has broken many agreements regarding Jerusalem’s status.

At least 62 Palestinian demonstrators on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel who were protesting the embassy’s inauguration were killed Monday by the Israeli Defense Forces.

The killings have sparked a global outcry, with many world leaders condemning Israel, which claimed it was in self-defense.

“We are against the state of Israel. We are against occupiers, and we have to bring peace to the region,” Beck added.

https://www.aa.com.tr/en/europe/uk-jews-deliver-message-of-condemnation-to-israel/1147384
 
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