Israeli troops to knock down slain girl’s family home
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Thursday stormed the family home of the slain Palestinian girl Ashrakat Taha Qatnani in Nablus and took its measurements pending its demolition.
Ashrakat’s father, Taha, told a PIC news correspondent that an Israeli army patrol and an engineering unit broke into the family home in eastern Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank, and took measurements of the building after they locked up all the family members in one room.
The Israeli intelligence officers subjected the native inhabitants to exhaustive questioning about their activities and affiliations.
17-year-old Ashrakat Taha Qatnani was shot and killed by the occupation army at the Zaatara military checkpoint, in southern Nablus, on November 22, 2015, on allegations of an anti-occupation stabbing attempt.
The Israeli occupation authorities withheld her body for over one month and a half before they handed it over to the family.
(Source / 13.10.2016)