Somalilandsun-When Israeli soldiers shot 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi’s cousin in the face, shattering his skull, Ahed slapped one of the soldiers.
So they stormed into her house in the middle of the night and took her to a military prison, where she is being abused and traumatized.
When her father saw her in court he said she was “pale and shivering, shackled and clearly in pain.” Bail was refused.
There is no fair trial for Palestinian children tried in Israeli military court. Conviction rate of these children is 99%.
Ahed’s father is asking for international help through Avaaz, an international organization which The Guardian called, “the globe’s largest and most powerful online activist network.” He is asking for signatures on his appeal: