Israeli occupation forces damaged a Palestinian family’s automobile, used for transporting their handicapped 35-year-old daughter in Beit Umar, located in the occupied West Bank.
The Sabarna family were getting ready for the Fajr prayer when the event took place on Monday morning.
Muhammad Sabarna, a 62-year-old man, recounted that he had heard a loud disturbance coming from outside while he was in his house. Upon exiting his residence, he observed Israeli occupation forces pounding on his jeep.
Sabarna queried the Israeli forces as to why they were demolishing his automobile, and in response, one of them struck him in the back with a firearm.
Located in the vicinity of al-Khalil (Hebron) in the occupied West Bank, Beit Umar is a small town to the south.
Sabarna reported that his vehicle endured significant destruction from the soldiers, such as shattered front doors and window, seats ripped out, and the gear stick taken out.
Haaretz stated that the Israeli occupation had declared that they were in search of a weapon which had been placed in the car, yet no such item was located.