Israeli forces murder Palestinian in Jerusalem

Like always, Israeli occupation claimed he stabbed Israelis

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Monday at night Palestinian youth in Jerusalem’s Old City over claims he stabbed two policemen.

The Israeli narrative about the murder is similar to other murders as the Israeli occupation forces always claim that they only shot to death the Palestinians who put the life of the Israelis at risk

Israeli occupation forces murdered on Monday at night Palestinian youth in Jerusalem’s Old City over claims he stabbed two policemen.

Eyewitnesses told Days of Palestine that the Palestinian youth, who was identified as Ibrahim Matar, 25, wanted to enter into Al-Aqsa Mosque from the Lion Gate.

“He underwent inhumane search by the Israeli occupation police” one of the eyewitnesses said.

“Then, clashes with hands between the Palestinian and the Israeli police erupted that ended when an Israeli policeman shot the Palestinian youth to death,” the eyewitness explained.

Spokeswomen of the Israeli Police Luba al-Samri claimed that the Palestinian clashed with the Israeli police after they requested him to be searched.

Al-Samri claimed that the Palestinian took off a knife from his pocket and stabbed two soldiers, causing minor injuries for them.

The Israeli narrative about the murder is similar to other murders as the Israeli occupation forces always claim that they only shot to death the Palestinians who put the life of the Israelis at risk.

In the wake of the incident, the Israeli occupation forces raided Jabal al-Mukaber neighourhood in Jerusalem’s Old City, broke into the house of the Palestinian martyr, damaged its furniture and kidnapped a number of his relatives.

(Source / 13.03.2017)

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