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The family of Abu Hummus denies Haneen’s attempt to stab an Israeli policeman
January 29, 2014

The family of Abu Hummus denied what came in the occupation police’s statement on Thursday night about an attempt to stab an Israeli policeman by Haneen Ahmad Abu Hummus. The family said in a statement: “the police claimed that Haneen tried to stab an Israeli policeman in order to justify her arrest and the barbaric and irresponsible behavior towards the families in Hosh Abu Hummus. The family added that the occupation forces suddenly raided Hosh Abu Hummus and assaulted the children who were playing in front of their houses. When the locals went to check their children, they were assaulted and sprayed with pepper gas by the Israeli forces while another unit broke into a residential building for the family of Abu Hummus and assaulted the residents. The family explained that the forces deliberately assaulted the women and sprayed them with pepper gas and assaulted a pregnant woman with the butts of the guns on her back; note that she was transferred to the hospital for treatment. The family explained that the forces also assaulted Haneen’s mother and sprayed her with pepper gas despite being blind. They also assaulted 51-year old Mohammad Ibrahim Abu Hummus and hit him with batons on his legs and he was also transferred to the hospital for treatment; several other children suffered a state of fear due to the forces’ actions and behaviors. The family said that the Israeli forces arrested 7 citizens on Thursday night from the family of Abu Hummus where three of them were released after being detained for a few minutes at the entrance of the village and transferred 40-year old Mohammad Abdullah Abu Hummus and his 18-year old daughter Haneen, 19-year old Abdullah Abu Hummus and 22-year old Mohammad Ahmad Abu Hummus to Salah Eddin police station for interrogation.