The Palestinian resistance icon and her family were planning to take part in some events in Europe.
Ahed Tamimi and Dareen Tatour are equally heroic Palestinians, and both have an important message for the world. But only one of these voices does not get the recognition it deserves.
Ahed Tamimi, 17, jailed by Israel for slapping and kicking its troops in the occupied West Bank is to walk free on Sunday after eight months behind bars.
Ahed Tamimi's sentence in the deal includes time served and a fine of $1,430, says her lawyer Gaby Lasky. She was arrested after a viral video showed her slap two Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank.
Sixteen-year-old Ahed Tamimi, who has been detained after a video showing her slapping Israeli soldiers went viral, will appear in court on February 6. Officials say it was postponed at the request of her lawyer.
EU calls on Israeli authorities to "respond proportionately to protests, and open investigations following fatalities in particular when involving a minor".
Palestinians are hailing Ahed Tamimi, 16, as a hero, after she and her 20-year-old cousin, Nouh Tamimi, confronted two Israeli soldiers in the yard of their family home.
Nour Tamimi, 20, and her 16-year-old cousin, Ahed Tamimi, accosted two Israeli soldiers in the yard of their home on December 15. Nour has now been charged for standing against what her supporters see as everyday harassment.
Ahed Tamimi, 16-year-old, ordered to be held in custody until Monday along with her mother Nariman, an Israeli military court ruled on Thursday.
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