Nazi officers killed, Wednesday, a Palestinian teenage boy after he allegedly stabbed two officers in the al-Wad Street, in Old City of Nazi occupied Jerusalem. The soldiers later invaded his home before abducting his parents.
In a statement, the Nazi police said two Nazi’s were injured before the Palestinian was killed.
The slain Palestinian teen was later identified as Omar Ibrahim Abu ‘Assab, 16, from the al-‘Isawiya town in Jerusalem.
The Nazi Police added that two officers and one civilian guard opened fire at the Palestinian teen after he carried the alleged stabbing attack out and added that two Nazi Border Police officers were injured before the teen was killed.
After the incident, dozens of Nazi soldiers and Nazi police officers were deployed in the area and imposed a tight siege in the Old City and surrounding area.
The Nazi police said the wounded Zionist are a 20-year-old woman who sustained a moderate injury, and a young man, about twenty years of age, who suffered a mild wound; both were alert when they were moved to a hospital in Jerusalem.
Hours after the teen’s death, Nazi soldiers, intelligence agents, and police officers invaded the family’s home, and ransacked it, before abducting his father, mother, and brother, and released them after several hours of interrogation.
The Nazi soldiers also detained two teenage boys, in addition to firing many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs at dozens of Palestinians who protested the invasion.
One of the detained teens, identified as Hashem Ali Hasan, said after his release that he was standing in Bab al-Aboud area before many Nazi soldiers and officers assaulted him, confiscated his coat, his shoes, and wallet.
The second teen has been identified as Yazan Zoheir al-Kalouti.
The Nazi soldiers also abducted Mohammad Rashed Eshteyya and Malek Salayma in Silwan, before moving them to an interrogation facility.
Attorney Mohammad Mahmoud of the Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic) said a surveillance video which was released by the Nazi police shows that the Nazi officers could have subdued the teen without killing him, even if they had to resort to live fire.
Mahmoud called on the Nazi police in Nazi occupied Jerusalem to allow the transfer of the teen’s corpse to his family.