Published: Wed, December 20, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Israel arrests Palestinian teen who forced them off her land

Israel arrests Palestinian teen who forced them off her land

It does not show any serious harm caused to the soldiers.

The army said a preliminary investigation into the incident showed the soldiers "acted professionally and were not dragged into violence".

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.

Israeli forces also confiscated computers, mobile phones and cameras from the house during the raid.

The arrest took place during a raid on the Tamimi home on Monday night.

"They didn't give a reason for her arrest", he told AFP.

Nabi Saleh has been the frequent staging ground for provoked clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians, specifically members of the Tamimi clan, which has a history of getting involved in highly publicized interactions with the IDF.

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Social media expert, Mohammed Abu al-Rub, believes that this type of recording, while it boosts the morale of people with symbolic victories in the face of major disappointments and the U.S. declaration that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, constitute a threat to the people involved in them.

"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.

Users on social media described Ahed as fearless, daring and attractive.

Translation: Ahed al-Tamimi, a courageous Palestinian woman, was raised in a family who refused to submit to the Israeli occupation laws; her father was arrested more than nine times, her mom five times, and her brother two times.

In a short documentary, Ahed said that her dream is to become a football player, describing the difficulty she faces at the Israeli checkpoint when she wants to get to school.

The Tamimi family made headlines in 2012, when "Shirley Temper" was filmed shaking her fist and stamping her feet at an Israeli soldier following the arrest of her brother, the Daily Sabah reported.

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