Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Tuesday dawn broke into the home of Martyr Mohammed AbuAmsha (26) in Kafr Raa’i village, Jenin, northern West Bank, after he was executed on the Za’tara checkpoint near Nablus Monday afternoon.
IOF broke into and inspected the house, then detained the martyr’s father and brother and interrogated them. No arrests were reported.
Mohammad was shot dead on Monday afternoon, after he allegedly stabbed an Israeli soldier on Za’tara military checkpoint south of Nablus.
The soldier reportedly was lightly wounded and treated on the scene.
IOF detained Mohammad’s body and did not let the ambulances or people approach, letting his bloods drain on the ground.
On Saturday, two alleged stabbing attacks took place in the West Bank. One of the assailants was immediately shot dead, and another arrested after shot and lightly wounded by Israeli forces.
Israeli soldiers are given the green light to immediately shoot any Palestinian without any proof of attacks.
Meanwhile, the Israeli police released extremist settlers suspected in burning alive 18-month-old toddler Ali Dawabsheh and his father, and before it, attacking pride parade in Jerusalem.