Terrorist Regime israel charges Palestinian woman who slapped troops
Israeli authorities have brought charges against a Palestinian woman after a viral footage showing her and her relatives slapping and kicking a pair of fully-armed Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank.
According to the indictment issued by Israel’s Ofer military court on Sunday, Nour Tamimi, aged 20, was accused of aggravated assault of an Israeli soldier and disturbing soldiers conducting their duties on mid-December last year. Nour was arrested five days later.
Ahed Tamimi, Nour’s 16-year-old cousin, became the latest face of Palestinian resistance when a video emerged of her slapping one and then another Israeli officer in the face during a protest in her home village of Nabi Saleh, near the Palestinian city of Ramallah.
At the time of the incident, which made Ahed and Nour famous across the occupied territories for their heroic move, the two cousins along with Nariman Tamimi, Ahed’s 43-year-old mother, were present in the yard of Nariman’s home.