Israeli Court Rules to Keep Ahed Behind Bars

Seventeen-year-old Palestinian Ahed Tamimi (R), a well-known campaigner against Israel’s occupation, arrives for the beginning of her trial in the Israeli military court at Ofer military prison in the West Bank village of Betunia on February 13, 2018 -Afp photo.

Ramallah, MINA – An Israeli court in Ofer town on Tuesday extended imprisonment of the female Palestinian activist Ahed Al-Tamimi till March 11, KUNA reported.

Palestinian journalists who attended beginning of the court hearing today said the presiding judge decided to prosecute Ahed in a closed-door session, thus they were ordered out of the courtroom before Ahed was brought in.

Israel detained Ahed in December after she appeared in a videotape hitting an Israeli soldier, breaking into her house.

International human rights organizations have slammed Israel for holding the young girl, who was active in anti-occupation demonstrations in her village, Nabi Saleh, west of Ramallah.

She has been accused of violence incitement — among other charges.

The Israelis detained her mother, Nariman, the next day after Ahed’s detention, when the woman went to an Israeli security detention station to inquire about her. (T/RS5/RS1)

Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)



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