In Pictures| Hallaq’s family evicts Israeli extremist who tried to break into condolence house

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- The Israeli extremist Rabbi, Yehudah Glick, was evicted from the condolence house of the martyr Iyad Hallaq in occupied Jerusalem on Thursday.

The extremist right-wing rabbi and former MK tried to break into the house of the martyr, however, the bereaved family beat him and kicked him out.

“Around 10 people suddenly grabbed me, lifted me up and threw me down a flight and a half of stairs”, Glick told Israeli channel 13.

One of the family members finally distanced the others. He told Israeli media that Glick was seeking to create a provocation by breaking into the Hallaq family home in the Wadi al-Joz neighborhood, especially that the right-wing rabbi routinely leads storms into Al Aqsa mosque.

Israeli police rushed to arrest one of Hallaq family members, accusing him of attacking Glick.

Iyad Hallaq (a 32-year-old autistic young man) was murdered last week while he was heading to his school in occupied Jerusalem despite appeals by workers in his school.

The Israeli police claimed in its first statement that Hallaq was holding a toy gun but it changed its narrative in another statement, claiming that the autistic young man did not comply with the cop’s orders, which pushed them to execute him in cold blood.

(Source / 05.06.2020)

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