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Girl driving family to meet relatives suddently loses control and shot by trigger happy soldiers who think she's some kind of a terrorist.
- Palestinian seriously wounded South of Bethlehem.
- Army Shoots, Seriously Injures, Teenage Girl In Bethlehem
Soldiers shoot at girl who is obviously trying to ram her car into soldiers and Jews waiting at the bus station, her family claims she was startled at the sight of soldiers and lost control of car because she never had driving lessons or license.
March 15, 2017 Justice for Fatima Jibreen Taqatqa terror: ramming attack injured: 1 cover story: driver lost control at sight of soldiers Israeli authorities shoot into a car incorrectly believing it was on a ramming attack at a bus shelter at the Gush Etzion Junction in the West Bank where 13 Palestinians and 3 Israelis have been killed since October 2015. A 16-year-old Palestinian, Fatima Jibrin Taqatqa, had lost control of her car and the teenager now remains in critical condition. (Jewish Press), (Fars) Palestinian version: occupation police use excessive force to shoot an unarmed Palestinian girl driver 16 years old who has no driving lessons or license whose only crime was to be scared by the sight of soldiers, causing her to lose control of her car. Her family was on their way to visit relatives in Beit Fajar in the family car, when it for uncertain reasons suddenly veered off course and crashed into a pier and police went into panic and started shooting. Fatima’s family urged international institutions to investigate the case and support their daughter.
16 year old teenager who has no driving lessons and no license claims she decided to drive her parent's car for no particular reason. She happened to drive by the bus stop when she was scared by the occupation soldiers, lost control, and her car drove itself over the median across traffic and into bollard poles and soldiers placed there to protect against intentional terrorist attacks. Israeli authorities and media accuse her of being a terrorist. She is clearly trying to stage a terrorist attack an innocent "out of control" accident and blame it on soldiers who scared her.
video title: Palestinian seriously wounded South of Bethlehem.
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... Fatima Jibrin Taqatqa attempted to drive into a group of soldiers at a bus stop at a junction where civilians were also standing. No Israelis were injured, ...
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joins approximately 60 Palestinian women prisoners held in Israeli jails, including 13 minor girls. Among them is Fatima Jibreen Taqatqa, 16, from Beit Fajjar near Bethlehem, who is currently held in the Shaare Tzedek hospital in serious condition. She was shot by Israeli occupation forces on Thursday, 16 March as she drove in her parents’ car, accused of attempting to run over a group of Israeli occupation soldiers by the road. Her detention was extended for eight days on Saturday 18 March in absentia; Fatima is held in the hospital. Fatima’s family urged international institutions to investigate the case and support their daughter.
Army Shoots, Seriously Injures, Teenage Girl In Bethlehem
No license, no driving lessons, what was she planning to do with the car? She was scared by soldiers then lost control and drove into the bus stop by accident?
March 16, 2017 10:43 AM IMEMC News Hebron, Israeli attacks, Israeli Settlement, News Report, West Bank 0
Israeli soldiers shot, and seriously wounded, on Wednesday evening, a Palestinian teenage girl, near the Etzion colony block, south of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank, after she allegedly tried to ram them with a car. Initial information revealed that the girl has no driver’s license, and never had any driving lessons.
The girl has been identified as Fatima Jibrin ‘Ayed Taqatqa, 16, from Beit Fajjar town, close to the incident location, south of Bethlehem.
Initial information indicates that the girl does not have a driver’s license, was not experienced in driving a car, and likely became scared seeing the soldiers at the intersection before losing control of her vehicle.
The girl crossed the median of the street, and struck metal bars protecting a bus stop in the opposite direction.
The soldiers opened fire on the car, seriously wounding Fatima, alleging that the incident was a deliberate attack.
http://asramedia.ps/post/15357 Extend the detention of the girl wounded Fatima Taqatqa absentia
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Extended the Ofer Military Court, on Saturday arrested the wounded captive, Fatima Jibreen Ayed Taqatqa, 16, from Bethlehem, and for a period of eight days in absentia, which is currently located in the "My motto Tshehadq" hospital in serious condition.
Prisoners Media Office explained that the occupation opened fire on the girl child Taqatqa, at the crossroads settlement Etzion, south of Bethlehem, on the grounds that they tried to perform run over the process, a number of soldiers, which led to her very seriously injured, was evacuated to a for Intensive Care, was and placed on probation, and respirators and anesthesia, in the "My motto Tshehadq" hospital.
Extend captive Taqatqa arrest, it came in absentia; their inability to attend the hearing because of the serious health status, and presence in the hospital, and was extended to consider the case for eight days, until an indictment right.
Prisoners media quoted a wounded family, Fatima Taqatqa, discredit them absolute novel occupation around trying daughter implementation run over the process, saying they were on their way to visit relatives in Beit Fajar, having installed the family car, has veered off course and crashed into a pier, before being occupation fire them profusely and infect seriously injured.
Family accuses the occupation of trying to murder their daughter, and calls on all international institutions, an independent investigation into the issue of their daughter, and hasten to intervene to save her life, before it is too late.