IOF arrest mother hours after taking her teenage daughter

IOF arrest mother hours after taking her teenage daughter

Kerry Wise
December 20, 2017

The soldiers then informed the family that Ahed was being arrested without giving any reasons.

"Nariman was hysterically crying and attempted to hug Ahed, but she was thrown to the ground by the soldiers", he told Al Jazeera, referring to Ahed's mother.

The Israeli army did not respond to request for comment.

The soldiers confiscated the family's phones, computers and laptops. Every soldier knows exactly what is expected of him.

The family was left in shock following the raid.

Her family are prominent campaigners against the Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

Israeli incitement, led by Israeli army leaders and officials to arrest the girl, was, according to Israeli media, was because the general feeling that the Israeli army was humiliated despite the countless crimes committed by the Israeli army against the Palestinians.

Her father claims the video was filmed immediately after Israeli forces fired tear-gas canisters at their home.

"I can't imagine how anyone can do this", Bassam said. The soldiers can be seen taking efforts to keep their weapons far from the provocateurs. "They want Palestinians to suffer".

A second video showed the girls asking the soldiers to move, since they were blocking the steps to a family home in the village of Nabi Saleh in the West Bank.

However, Bassem says the Israeli narrative does not tell the full story.

The video quickly became viral on social networks and widely broadcast by Israeli media.

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Mohammad had to be put under a medically induced coma, from which he woke up on Tuesday, 72 hours later. "She was trying to force them to leave to prevent the soldiers from hurting anyone else". We are used to criticism from the worldwide community about the violence of the occupation, but we are not so accustomed to criticism over two soldiers who thought before raising their hands to strike. "We have no choice but to resist". And they continue to pay the price for their refusal to accept the status quo, for their steadfast challenge to mechanisms of the occupation.

Earlier on Tuesday, the occupying state's Minister of Education, Naftali Bennet, also spoke against Tamimi.

The Israeli army posted on its Twitter account a video showing Ahed being arrested.

The army later confirmed the arrest in a statement, saying the teenager took part in violent protests in the Ramallah area on Friday in which 200 soldiers were attacked by Palestinian rioters.

Al-Nabi Saleh is a village of 600 Palestinian inhabitants surrounded by the illegal Halamish settlement.

She started attending the protests there when she was just nine years old.

Manal herself still suffers from knee pains after Israeli forces shot her multiple times in the knees with rubber bullets during a demonstration three years ago.

Al-Tamimi, a former prisoner, was detained when he was 13 years old, and was previously injured several times during weekly clashes in his village. "This is also an important message", Liberman said.

"His situation is very bad", she said.

Children are particularly affected by these raids, Badil said, adding that Palestinian children often suffer from insomnia, bed-wetting, and nightmares.

Israeli military raids into Palestinian cities, towns, and refugee camps are a near daily occurrence.