Video: Raw Footage of Moshe Silman self-immolation of a Haifa resident, Sets Himself on Fire part of Man sets himself on fire during protests in Israel

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Tel Aviv : Israel | over 1 year ago
Over the past weekend, thousands of people in Israel were back in the streets again protesting. That's because a Jewish man set himself on fire to commemorate the one-year anniversary...
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Raw Footage of Moshe Silman self-immolation of a Haifa resident, Sets Himself on Fire

Israeli man sets himself on fire during protest in Tel Aviv on July 14, 2012. Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:57AM GMT 8 Israel stole from me and robbed me. It left me helpless." Israeli protester An Israeli protester sets himself on fire during a demonstration in Tel Aviv, saying Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is accountable for the poor condition of people. The 57-year-old man identified as Moshe Silman poured gasoline on his body and set himself on fire on Saturday. He was sent to Sheba Medical Center early on Sunday, Haaretz reported. Son of a Holocaust survivor Silman is in critical condition due to 90 percent burns. The incident happened after he went broke and all his hopes were dashed. In 2000, he fell into debt for his insurance and that was the beginning of his economic troubles. The victim, in a letter left behind at the scene, said Israel "stole from me and robbed me. It left me helpless." He also blamed Netanyahu and Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz for the "humiliation" that "the weakened" Israelis went through every day, and accused the officials of "taking from the poor and giving to the rich." "I can't afford medication or rent. I paid millions in taxes, I served in the army and in the reserves until I was 46. I won't be homeless and that is why I am protesting against all the wrongs Israel imposes on people like me," he wrote. Thousands of people took to the streets in several locations across the Occupied Territories on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of <b>...</b>
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