Israeli occupation forces murdered Bedouin Palestinian citizen early Wednesday morning, during demolition of entire village of Umm al-Hiran.
Residents and eyewitnesses said that Yaqub al-Qiyan, a 47-year-old father and maths teacher, lost control of his car when he was driving away from the village. Then the Israeli occupation police opened fire at him, leaving him dead.
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An eyewitness, who denied an Israeli narrative about the incident, told AFP: “He was a revered school teacher…He was in his car and they shot at him from everywhere.”
Israeli police claimed that local resident Al-Qiyan was shot while conducting a car-ramming attack that also left a police officer dead.
The dawn raid involved hundreds of armed Israeli occupation forces, who accompanied bulldozers sent to demolish the village’s homes. Israeli occupation police also restricted access to the village for journalists.
Many were wounded by Israeli forces included Knesset member and Joint List head, MK Ayman Odeh, who was pictured bleeding from his head.
An aide to Odeh told Israeli media: “They attacked the MP and other people — demonstrators — with stun grenades, tear gas directly in people’s faces.”
According to an Israeli state plan, Umm al-Hiran is to be demolished, and its roughly 1,000 inhabitants forcibly displaced, in order for a new Jewish settlement, Hiran, to be established on its ruins.
In 2015, the Israeli Supreme Court rejected residents’ appeals, and backed the state’s plan. Last year, the Court also rejected requests to re-consider this judgement.
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