http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=oWlxLq-2RQA

The Palestinians select and dress their children to look like regular blond European and American girls. They then have them taunt IDF soldiers, aiming to provoke a reaction which will then be filmed and broadcast across the globe - with Ha'aretz and The Guardian in the lead of course.

Look carefully how one girl antagonises a soldier, and see how photographers wait for the 'perfect shot' to relay around the globe as yet another piece of anti-Israel news reporting.

This will then be portrayed as a spontaneous brutal attack by an armed and uniformed Israeli soldier against an innocent Palestinian girl.

This is film that you will never see on your mainstream TV news -- but it happens on a regular basis.

The blonde girl is a fixture at Nabi Saleh protests, which are frequently violent. She is often at the front, "in the soldiers' face"

I believe it is she who appears briefly in a trailer for the documentary 'We are Nabi Saleh' (still looking for co-funding)

She is the daughter of Palestinian “activist” Bassem Tamimi, and appears in some other Nabi Saleh protest videos, marked "Tamimi Press"

 http://www.israellycool.com/2012/11/05/pallywood-blondie-and-friends-ass...

The blogger Elder of Zion' has named the blonde girl "Shirley Temper" and has made this musical compilation of her 'greatest hits':

 http://www.israellycool.com/2012/11/07/wunderkind-shirley-temper/

Postscript:

Guess what -- the BBC is using a photo of this exploited child (A’hd Tamimi, the daughter of Bassem Tamimi and his wife, Nariman who films for B’Tselem’s video project) to show the supposed "brutality" of the IDF:

 http://bbcwatch.org/2012/11/08/bbc-uses-photo-of-exploited-child-to-prom...