Shooting, stabbings, and deaths are growing on both Israeli and Palestinian sides of the conflict as 10 days of tension are showing no sign of abating.
The elite undercover troops — wearing t-shirts, jeans, and keffiyehs to blend in — can be seen mingling with a crowd of Palestinian youths hurling rocks, before turning and firing handguns.
Both tension and rhetoric remain high in Jerusalem, as Israel deployed hundreds more security forces around the city on Friday and vowed to "declare war" on Palestinian stone-throwers.
A group of Palestinian women were filmed biting, slapping, and grabbing an Israeli soldier as he attempted to detain a 12-year-old boy for throwing stones.
Palestinian children interviewed by Human Rights Watch say they have been beaten and intimidated by Israeli soldiers before confessing to crimes in a language they don't understand.
An investigation by an Israeli human rights group has found that the shooting of a Palestinian teenager by a senior Israeli army officer was "unjustified and unlawful."
This is a little awkward, but I just figured out that the guys on the Norwegian Nobel Comittee haven't been following this column, because if they had they surely wouldn't have awarded the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union this week.