Israeli police on Thursday evening broke into the family home and mourning tent of Palestinian martyr Eyad al-Hallaq in Wadi al-Jouz neighborhood in Occupied Jerusalem.
Local sources said that the Israeli police violently searched the home and the mourning tent, which sparked confrontations with Palestinian neighbors.
At least two Palestinian citizens were arrested by the Israeli police during the attack.
Local residents said that moments before the police raid, Israeli extremist rabbi Yehudah Glick attempted to storm al-Hallaq’s mourning tent before he was confronted and driven out of the place by angry youths. Glick was reportedly transferred to the hospital.
Al-Hallaq’s family stressed that they will never accept any condolences over the unjustified murder of their son from any Israeli side.
Eyad al-Hallaq, a 32-year-old Palestinian with autism, was cold-bloodedly murdered by Israeli police forces a few days ago in Jerusalem’s Old City while he was on his way to his special education school.