Israel executes freed Palestinian prisoner
The Israeli soldiers shot him inside his home before the eyes of his elderly mother
“Immediately, they showered him with live bullets from a point-blank range before my eyes,” the bereaved mother said
Israeli occupation forces executed on Tuesday at dawn freed Palestinian prisoner Mohamed al-Salihi in West Bank refugee camp.
The Palestinian man, 32, who spent three years inside Israeli jails, was at home when the Israeli occupation forces raided his home.
Al-Salihi and his mother were surprised when Israeli forces broke into their home, searched, ransacked it and damaged its furniture.
His mother, who was shocked, said that he shouted at the Israeli soldiers: “‘You are thieves’ after what they did in our house.”
“Immediately, they showered him with live bullets from a point-blank range before my eyes,” the bereaved mother said.
The man was rushed to the Turkish Hospital in Tubas, but he was announced dead as he was hit by six bullets, including two in the upper part of his body.
Israeli media reported Israeli army officials claiming he attempted to stab an Israeli soldier during his arrest, but his mother reiterated that this is a “false” claim.
(Source / 10.01.2017)