Israeli forces remove mural of martyrs painted in 1948-occupied Umm Al Fahm

Umm Al Fahm (QNN)- An Israeli undercover unit last night stormed the city of Umm al-Fahm in 1948-occupied Palestine and removed a mural painted in a wall of a Palestinian-owned house, showing the faces of Palestinian youths killed by Israeli forces in Jerusalem in 2017 and 2018.

According to eyewitnesses, an Israeli undercover unit stormed last night Umm al-Fahm city and removed the mural of a 5 martyrs which had been painted on a Palestinian-owned house to honor and remember the residents of the city who were killed in Jerusalem by Israeli forces in 2017 and 2018.

Three of the youths were identified as Mohammed Ahmed Mafdal Jabrin, Mohammed Hamed Abed Eltif Jabrin and Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed Jabrin, and were accused of carrying out stabbing attacks in the old city of Jerusalem in July 14, 2017.

The fourth martyer painted on the wall was Ahmed Muhammad Mahameed, who was also accused of carrying out stabbing attack in Jerusalem in 2018 and was shot dead.

Under the martyrs’ faces, it was written, “Tomorrow’s smile will be wider,” quoting a sentence wrote by Muhammad Jabbar in his Facebook account, as he only wrote it a few hours before he got killed.

Yesterday, Israeli settlers and media started an incitement campaign against the Palestinians in 1948-occupied territories after drawing the mural, and the former member of the Israeli Knesset, Shakib Shinan, said when he knew about the mural he made a phone call with the Israeli Prime Minister and told him that “it doesn’t make sense that we lose control in our country”.

He also called on the Israeli police and Minister of interior security to demolish the wall, on which the mural was drawn.

(Source / 03.10.2021)

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