Palestinian teen activist Ahed Tamimi has been released from Israeli prison after completing an eight-month sentence in a case that sparked international condemnation. Tamimi broke down in tears as an emotional crowd welcomed her in the village of Nabi Saleh on Sunday. She was released with her mother, Nariman, who also served an eight-month sentence. Addressing the crowd, Tamimi thanked activists and the media for their support during her prison stay.
Ahed Tamimi speaking at the The Role of Women in the Palestinian Popular Struggle Conference
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RT @SWP_Britain: Ahed Tamimi is free and home at last. #Israel is a racist state #AhedTamimi #FreePalestine 🇵🇸#Palestine #Gaza https://t.co… at https://t.co— D15Socialist (@D15Socialist) July 29, 2018