During a series of searches, the Israeli occupation forces detained a number of residents of the town of Sandala in the occupied Palestinian territory’s Marj Bin Amer district on suspicion of taking part in vigils to protest the killing of a settler by a young man from the village.
In a raid on the settlement of Sandala, the occupation police, so-called special forces, and employees of the General Security Service “Shin Bet” searched and demolished the contents of numerous homes.
Additionally, the occupation authorities detained 14 people and questioned the residents in their homes.
Ahmed Abed, Omar Al-Jamal, Muhammad Akram, Muhannad Jihad, Nadim, Yaman, Muhammad Wajih, and Abdullah Al-Ahmad were among the family members of the martyr Diyar Omari who were detained.
Most of the captives, according to the local media, are Martyr Omari’s buddies.
Since Diyar Al-Omari, 20, was shot and killed by settlers two weeks ago, Sandala has seen activity and protests.
The settler who killed Al-Omari a third time had his incarceration prolonged by the Occupation Court in Nazareth for a further seven days.
As the murderer’s second trial began, the family of the martyr Al-Omari and the residents of Sandala organized a vehement demonstration in front of Nazareth’s Central Court building.
The family of the martyr Al-Omari and the citizens of Sandala staged a ferocious demonstration in front of Nazareth’s Central Court building as the murderer’s second trial got underway.