Israeli soldiers secure the area where a car-ramming attack took place near the West Bank settlement of Dolev on May 3, 2016. AFP / GIL COHEN-MAGEN
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An Israeli court will launch hearings to decide whether an NGO that used anonymous testimony from soldiers to campaign against abuses in the occupied Palestinian territories should reveal its sources, the group said Friday.Shaul said the anonymous testimonies that triggered the ire of the state attorney and others were published in a book about the 2014 Gaza War, in which 2,251 Palestinians and 73 Israelis died, and included allegations of abuse by soldiers.Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has said Breaking the Silence and other NGOs provided evidence to the United Nations which formed the basis of a 2014 U.N. inquiry into the Gaza war, which concluded Israel and Palestinian militants may have been guilty of several war crimes.
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