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(en) [West Bank] Ahed Tamimi released after serving 8 months in prison By ANA (pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 3 Aug 2018 07:36:51 +0300

Ahed Tamimi, a teenager who became the icon of the Palestinian resistance by assaulting and rebuking two Israeli soldiers, left the prison on Sunday (July 29) after eight months in prison. ---- The 17-year-old girl and her mother, who was also arrested after the incident, were taken to Nabi Saleh in the West Bank, a territory occupied by Israel, a spokeswoman for Sharon's Israeli prison, Assaf Librati, said. ---- When they reached the village, they were embraced by relatives and friends who came to greet them. The teenager, her mother and her father entered the house under the shouts: "We want to live in freedom!". ---- "The resistance continues until the occupation is over," said Tamimi, applauded by her supporters and numerous journalists gathered at the scene.

At a news conference shortly afterwards in the village, Tamini said she was very happy to return home, but that "this joy is overshadowed, because there are still prisoners detained."

Tamini declined to answer questions from Israeli vehicle journalists about her unfair coverage of her case, she said.

Asked about her future, the teen said she wanted to study law to defend "the Palestinian cause."

Before the release, Israeli police arrested two Italians and one Palestinian on Saturday (28/07), who painted a giant portrait of Tamimi on the separation wall. The three were released on Sunday.

At the age of 16, Tamimi was transformed into a symbol of Palestinian resistance by appearing in a video tapping on Israeli soldiers in the company of her mother and cousin, also detained.

The three were arrested on December 19, 2017. Their cousin, Nour, was released later, but mother and daughter have been incarcerated ever since. Both were sentenced for incitement, with aggravated aggravation.

Source: news agencies

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