FOOTAGE: Ahed Tamimi taken HOSTAGE in the West Bank by Israeli forces over IG story post KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Monday, November 6, 2023

FOOTAGE: Ahed Tamimi taken HOSTAGE in the West Bank by Israeli forces over IG story post

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ahed Tamimi taken HOSTAGE in the West Bank by Israeli forces over IG story post.

He accused her of expressing "sympathy and support for the Nazi human beings on social media" and vowed: "Zero tolerance with terrorists and supporters of terrorism!"

However, Ms Tamimi's mother, Nariman, denied that she wrote the post.

"There are dozens of [online] pages in Ahed's name with her photo, with which she has no connection," she told AFP.

Ahed Tamimi became an international symbol of resistance to Israel's occupation as a teenager.

In 2015, the then-14-year-old was photographed biting an Israeli soldier who was trying to detain her younger brother.

Two years later, she was arrested after being filmed slapping and kicking an Israeli soldier during a confrontation outside her home. An Israeli court subsequently sentenced her to eight months in prison.

Ms Tamimi, 22, was detained overnight in the village of Nabi Saleh, the Palestinian Prisoners' Society said.

Israel's military told AFP news agency she was suspected of "inciting violence and terrorist activities".

Israeli media reported that Ms Tamimi was arrested in connection with a post on Instagram that threatened to "slaughter" Jewish settlers.

"[By comparison] you will say that what Hitler did to you was a joke," she is purported to have written, referring to the mass murder of six million Jews in the Holocaust by Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany, according to the newspaper Haaretz.

The post is no longer visible online, nor is the account carrying Ms Tamimi's name and photo where it was published last week. Since the start of the Gaza war triggered by the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel, Israeli security forces have carried out large-scale arrests of Palestinians suspected of links to Hamas or of inciting violence.

A spike in tensions and violence has claimed the lives of more than 150 Palestinians in the West Bank since then, most killed by Israeli soldiers or by settlers according to the Palestinian health ministry.

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