Witnesses said that large numbers of Israeli occupation forces raided Silwan and stormed the house of Mu’taz Hijazi, 32, and assassinated him inside his house.
Relatives told Days of Palestine that the Israeli forces shot him at a very close range, leaving him bleeding in a serious condition.
“We were prevented to call paramedics as well as we were prevented to help him,” his mother said. “He was left bleeding until he passed away.
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The Israeli police accused Hijazi of shooting at the extremist settler leader Yehuda Glick last night. It said he was killed in a shootout with an elite Border Guard counter-terrorism unit (Yamam).
Israeli newspaper Ynet News reported Israeli intelligence services Shin Bet saying that “in an intensified operation by the Shin Bet, in cooperation with a unit of Yamam and Jerusalem police, the suspect involved in the attack, a 32-year-old Palestinian from Abu Tor, was located.
“During an arrest attempt, the suspect opened fire at the forces using a weapon that was in his possession. The forces returned fire, killing the suspect.”
Ahrar Centre for Prisoners’ Studies called for opening an investigation into the incident calling the Israeli occupation forces committed a crime by the assassination of the former prisoner Mu’taz Hijazi.
Glick used to desecrate Al-Aqsa Mosque with other extremist settlers. This Mosque known for Muslims as Noble Sanctuary is an elevated marble and stone compound. It is the third-most sacred site in Islam.