Ahed Tamimi, symbol of Palestinian resistance remains in jail Trial postponed to March 21st
Ahed Tamimi, the 17-year-old Palestinian from Nabi Saleh arrested in December 2017 three days after slapping two Israeli soldiers in front of her house, remains in prison.
The judge of the Military Court behind closed doors, has postponed the Ahed Tamimi's trial to March 21st, 2018. Incomprehensible the Main Stream Media's Silence.
The Israeli army seems not longer opposed to judging Ahed Tamimi in an open court.
The army prosecutor is convinced that closing the trial against the teenage Palestinian activist works to his advantage.
From other source the reason for the postponement to next 21st March is that Ahed's Lawyer is appealing to court to open the trial to the public. The court is taking that up today to decide.
Israeli military "court" hearing of #AhedTamimi has been postponed to 21 March, mother's day. Her mom and cousin's hearings are scheduled for the same day— Nour Odeh (@nour_odeh) 11 marzo 2018