The France 2 correspondent in Jerusalem returns to the "case of Mohamed al-Dura" this Palestinian child that viewers around the world were able to attend his murder in cold blood by the Israelis. Since this odious murder, Charles Enderlin wrote the story of ten years of harassment by Zionism International
Ten years since it lasts. Ten years that Charles Enderlin endures a cabal accusing him of having committed the worst crime for a journalist: to have committed a false death live a Palestinian child, Mohammed al-Dura in the Gaza Strip. He published a book on this painful affair: "A child is dead."
September 30, 2000, Netzarim junction
Everything changed in his life September 30, 2000, at the beginning of the second Palestinian intafada against Israeli occupation, two days after the visit of Ariel Sharon on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
That day, Charles Enderlin was not in Gaza, because the territories exploded everywhere. But he has a place on Palestinian cameraman, Talal Abu Rahmeh, regular contributor to France 2 and other major international channels including CNN, that all foreign journalists are familiar.
Talal is at the Netzarim junction in central Gaza, and filming clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian policemen. Caught between two fires, Mohamed Al-Dura and his father. The child is killed. The evening newspaper 20 hours, Charles Enderlin shows images of Talal, and asserts that the shots are "from the Israeli position" the film shows how the father has begged the Israeli soldiers to not firel, then the father weeping his dead child under repeated deadly fire