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In Pictures| Israeli soldiers drag martyr’s mother to see her son’s blood before arresting her

Halaseh’s family asserted that their son, Ibrahim, confronted the Israelis after they confiscated his family’s land to build a military checkpoint over it.

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Only a few hours after murdering her son, the Israeli army dragged the mother of Ibrahim Halaseh from her house and took her to the crime scene before arresting her.

The Israeli army had murdered Halaseh this morning after he attacked an Israeli occupier at the Container military checkpoint in Al Sawahreh in occupied Jerusalem.

The soldiers broke into the house of Halaseh and showered it and the surrounding houses with tear gas and stun grenades, causing several locals to suffocate.

The Israeli army dragged Ibrahim’s mother from her house to the place of murder while she was wearing pajamas. She seemed shocked and scared while the soldiers were forcefully taking her to see her son’s blood in the crime scene then to jail.

The Israelis interrogated Ibrahim’s mother for a few hours before releasing her.

Halaseh’s family asserted that their son, Ibrahim, confronted the Israelis after they confiscated his family’s land to build a military checkpoint over it. He attacked an armed Israeli soldier at the container checkpoint before they shoot him dead.

Occupied Jerusalem is surrounded by a 142-kilometer-apartheid wall, which divides Palestinian families and grabs hundreds of dunums, and has at least 13 military checkpoints that make the lives of over 400,000 Palestinians in the occupied city miserable.

The mother of a Palestinian man who reportedly carried out an attack against Israeli forces and was subsequently shot dead at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank between the village of Abu Dis and the town of Bethlehem, reacts as she is detained by Israeli forces on April 22, 2020. – An unidentified attacker was shot dead after he tried to run down Israeli police at a West Bank checkpoint and then to stab an officer with a pair of scissors, police told AFP. (Photo by Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images)
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