Palestinian girl survives kidnap attempt by zionist settlers in J’lem
A 23-year-old Palestinian girl on Saturday evening suffered neck injuries and a trauma after fanatic zionist settlers attacked her car and physically assaulted her in an attempt to kidnap her in Occupied Jerusalem.
A group of masked and armed settlers threw stones and opened fire at the car of Inas Asiyouri and then assaulted her after she lost her way and arrived in Ramot area near Shuafat town, northeast of Jerusalem, according to her husband Samer Asiyouri.
The husband explained that the settlers forced his wife to stop and leave her vehicle before one of them grabbed hold of her coat and tried to strangle her, but she managed to slip out of the coat and run away.
He added that the settlers stole her cellphone and caused damage to the car, noting that his wife was admitted to Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem for medical treatment.