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Israeli Police kills in cold blood Palestinian youth Fadi Allun
4 martyrs and 800 injured in 5 days
October 7, 2015
 

Amid increasing violence in occupied Jerusalem and the rest of the West Bank, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian youth in cold blood.

Palestinian youth Fadi Mustafa Allun, 19, from Al-Issawiya town, in occupied East Jerusalem, was executed by Israeli occupation police on Sunday 4 October at dawn, after an Israeli settler shouted that he was trying to stab a settler, in Jerusalem.

A video published following the execution of Alloun, shows that a settlers group was chasing the Palestinian young and shouting “Shoot him! He’s a terrorist! Shoot him!” and “Don’t wait! Shoot him!”

Israeli occupation police shot the youngster with seven bullets, leading to his immediate death. Settlers then gathered around him and started kicking his dead body.

 
 
 
 
 

Dozens of intelligence services officers broke into the martyr's home, hours after his execution, and took his father to interrogation.

Israeli authorities then refused to deliver the martyr body to his family. On Monday 5 October, they said the body would only be released on condition that no more than 70 Palestinians attend the funeral. They also demanded that Alloun's family pay a guarantee of 20,000 shekels ($5,200), which would have been refunded if the condition was met. But on Monday night said they would not be handing over his body to relatives, despite having agreed to do so earlier that day.

Israeli forces on Tuesday 6 October raided the East Jerusalem mourning tent of Palestinian martyr. Israeli forces and intelligence officers raided the tent in Beit Hanina and threw stun grenades and pepper-sprayed mourners. They also removed Palestinian and party flags from the tent and arrested a youth. They then fired stun grenades at cars leaving the place, including at the private vehicle of a Palestinian party official.

Alloun’s family had long been victims of Israeli occupation racist policies in Jerusalem. His mother had been denied a permit to return to Jerusalem from Jordan, where she had gone after her father died. Israel refused to allow the family to reunite, meaning Fadi and his father lived in Jerusalem, while his mother and brother Muhammad remained in Jordan.

Other victims of increasing Israeli violence

The same day of Fadi’s murdering, tens of settlers overnight broke into East Jerusalem towns and neighborhoods, attacking people and property, under the protection of Israeli occupation forces.

Settlers also carried out provocative demonstrations in Hebron, Jerusalem and Ramallah areas, where clashes did not stop.

The brutal murder of Fadi Allun comes after two Israeli settlers were killed in East Jerusalem, in a supposed stab attack on Saturday night, supposedly by a Palestinian teen who was immediately gunned down by IOF.


On Thursday as well, a settler couple were shot dead in their car near an Israeli settlement in Nablus, and Israeli authorities accused also Palestinians for this crime, without providing any evidence.

Israeli forces are perpetrating mass arrests and attacks against Palestinian in Nablus district under the pretext of combing the area looking for the settler attackers. And also in other districts of West Bank, Israeli army is attacking Palestinian protesters and carrying out massive arrests.

Between October 3 and 7, Israeli Zionist forces wounded a total of 800 civil unarmed Palestinians, many of them was shot with live ammunition, and arrested dozens of them, in addition to attacking more than 20 Palestinian Red Crescent ambulances and injuring several of its personnel members.

Israeli settlers, protected by Israeli soldiers, set fire to trees and plants in several West Bank villages and threw stones and bottles at Palestinian residents, in an increased wave of Israeli racist violence.

In addition to Allun, Israeli forces killed with live ammunition so far other two young, Muhannad Halabi, 21, and Hudaifa Suleiman, 18, and a 13-year-old child Abdul-Rahman Obeidallah.

 
Source:PNN; Electronic Intifada; Maan News Agency
 

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