HEBRON (Ma’an) — Israeli troops on Monday evening broke into a Palestinian home in Hebron in the southern West Bank and seized about 50,000 shekels, locals and Palestinian security sources told Ma’an.
According to the sources, an Israeli force stormed a Hebron neighborhood near the transpiration ministry offices and broke into the home of the parents of Amir Abu Aisha who was shot dead by Israeli troops in September 2014.
Locals said that the Israeli soldiers ransacked the house damaging its interior before they seized about 50,000 shekels they found in the house. Before they left, the Israeli soldiers handed Amir’s father a summons demanding that he go to an Israeli police station for questioning at a certain date set in the summons.
Israeli troops shot dead Amir Abu Aisha in September 2014 after Israeli intelligence accused him and Marwan Qawasmeh of kidnapping and killing three Israeli teens in June the same year.