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On the Middle East Politics board, Mark (mitamuna) posted a link to a story about Arabs sending little girls to try and provoke a violent reaction from Israeli soldiers:

There's video of the incident here:

At the 4:58 point in that video, we see a brief exchange between an IDF soldier and a man with a camera. This link goes directly to that point in the video:

I couldn't make out all the words, but here's my transcription:

Soldier: Why don’t you have (unintelligible)?
Man: Because its French card and I don’t have [it] with me.
Soldier: (unintelligible). You are under arrest.

Can anyone here fill in the blanks and tell me what the soldier said? I expect he was asking for press credentials, but I can't make out the words.

(And even if that's the case, why was he arrested? Is it a crime for foreigners to take photos of the IDF in the territories?)
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