Palestinian woman seriously wounded in the stone attack, martyred
The Palestinian woman, who was heavily wounded as a result of the stoned attack of the occupying zionist settlers, was martyred before midnight on Friday.
Aisha Muhammad Talah Rabi, 45, a Palestinian woman, was martyred last night at the Za'tera crossing point south of the city of Nablus, north of the West Side in a vehicle that was attacked by stones of occupying jewish settlers settled in Palestine lands.
According to Palestinian sources, the zionist settlers attacked a car with a Palestinian family inside close to the Za'tera crossing point.
The 45-year-old Aisha Rabi, from Biddya town in Salfit, suffered a critical head injury after settlers throw a rock on the vehicle she was aboard along with her husband on a road near Za’atara checkpoint, source said.
The victim was rushed to Ibn Sina Emergency Center in Huwara town, where she died, and later her body was transferred to Rafidia Hospital in Nablus.
In recent days, Jewish settlers intensified their assaults on Palestinian citizens and their property in the West Bank, especially in southern Nablus.