A Jerusalemite lady suffers a miscarriage after she was assaulted by setters
July 7, 2015

The Israeli police released on Monday Hasan Masri with a third-party bail. Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation forces arrested Masri and his brother Ahmad after they were attacked by settlers in Street number 1 in Jerusalem on Saturday night. Masri and his brother were with their families at the time of the assault and Sabreen Masri suffered a miscarriage due after suffering a state of extreme fear. In a conversation with Ahmad Masri, he said: “We were on our way to Bethlehem last Saturday evening and a group of settlers were randomly throwing stones towards the vehicle. We were hit once and then against at the next intersection and then we were attacked with stones and batons.” Masri explained that he got out of the vehicle with his brother to keep the settlers away especially that there was a lot of traffic. One of the settlers ran towards a nearby house while another settler threatened him with a knife but the police was in the area and confiscated the knife.” Masri also added that a group of settlers attacked the people inside the vehicles once again. Among them were his father and his 30-year old wife Sabreen who suffered a state of extreme fear which resulted in a miscarriage; note that she was two months pregnant. Masri also said that the settlers deliberately damaged the windows of their vehicles.