Ahed Tamimi, a Palestinian activist, was arrested by the IDF for inciting violence and calling for terroristic activities.
Her social media page called for Palestinians to drink the blood of Jews and eat their skulls.
Ahed Tamimi has been praised by radical leftists who have named her the Palestinian ‘Rosa Parks.’
Leave it to leftists to be utterly unoriginal in their namings and to support people engaging in terroristic activities.
Read more from Fox News here:
“The IDF has carried out substantial numbers of counterterrorism activity since Oct. 7 and has apprehended hundreds of suspects. Overnight, the IDF carried out activity to apprehend individuals suspected of involvement in terrorist activity and incitement,” the IDF said. “During the activity, Ahed Tamimi, who is suspected of inciting violence and calling for terrorist activity to be carried out, was apprehended in the town of Nabi Saleh. Tamimi was transferred to Israeli security forces for further questioning.”
Ahed Tamimi,’s arrest pertained to a social media post allegedly from her social media account, which called for Palestinians to drink Jewish blood and eat their skulls.
“Our message to the herd of settlers, we are waiting for you in all the West Bank cities from Hebron to Jenin – we will slaughter you and you will say what Hitler did to you was a joke, we will drink your blood and eat your skulls, come on, we are waiting for you,” the image, posted to IG stories, allegedly said.
It’s a genuinely disgusting language for someone supposedly fighting for peace.
We see similar things happening with the pro-Palestinian protests occurring in America.
Anti-Semitism continues to rise, as well as violence against Jews and Israelis.
Now liberals on social media are defending Ahed Tamimi without addressing the horrible language used by her:
— Leyla Hamed (@leylahamed) November 6, 2023
Her mother claims she never said those things but that her account was hacked.
The Associated Press News shares more on that story here:
Nariman Tamimi, Ahed’s mother, said the account had been hacked — a common occurrence for the fiery activist.
Nonetheless, she said soldiers stormed the Tamimi house in the flashpoint village of Nabi Saleh in the occupied West Bank early Monday morning, screaming that they wanted to arrest Ahed.
“She came to me and hugged me, saying, ‘mama, don’t be afraid and don’t worry. I am strong, and you too, be strong. Nothing can shake us,” Nariman recounted.
Soldiers held Nariman in a separate room while others handcuffed her daughter. Through the walls, Nariman says she heard the soldiers beating Ahed before carting her away. The Israeli military declined to say where Tamimi is being held.
A family representative, who declined to be identified because of the delicate legal situation, said an Israeli military court will deliberate on the length of Tamimi’s detention this coming week. Alternatively, Tamimi could be placed under administrative detention, a status that would allow her to be held indefinitely without charge.