OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– A Palestinian ex-prisoner was rushed to hospital on Tuesday after an Israeli occupation patrol stormed his family home and unleashed an untamed dog on its inhabitants.
The Ad-Dameer Institution for Human Rights said in a statement the Israeli occupation forces stormed the family home of 26-year-old ex-prisoner Muayad Makhlouf, in northern Occupied Jerusalem, and set a dog attack, causing him serious wounds.
The casualty was evacuated to the Palestine Medical Complex after the dog bit his left hand.
Muayad was later quoted by the Ad-Dameer group as stating that over 15 Israeli soldiers, escorted by an undomesticated dog, broke into his family home. The dog kept biting his hand several times and for over five minutes.
Muayad said the occupation soldiers turned blind eyes and deaf ears to his appeals to save him and pull the dog.
The occupation patrol further kidnapped Muayad’s 22-year-old younger brother, Mu’men, and dragged him to an unidentified destination.
Muayad, an ex-prisoner, was kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces in 2005 and sentenced to nine years in jail before he was released in 2014. He was re-arrested on November 8, 2015 and released a couple of weeks later, during which he had reportedly been subjected to exhausting questioning.
(Source / 30.12.2015)