Hundreds of Palestinians marched on Wednesday evening in the funeral procession of a slain Palestinian woman in Shu’fat refugee camp, in Occupied Jerusalem.
Palestinian mourners joined the funeral procession of 49-year-old Seham Rateb Namer, killed by the rabid dog Israeli occupation army.
The Palestinian Red Crescent received Namer’s body from Anata military camp, northeast of Occupied Jerusalem, and transferred it to Shu’fat refugee camp.
The casualty was buried near her son Mustafa, killed by the Israeli soldiers some seven months ago on claims that he attempted to carry out an anti-occupation car-ramming attack in Occupied Jerusalem. Eye-witnesses denied the allegations and the Israeli forces ended up admitting that the son was killed accidently and that he posed no threat to them.