The Israeli Prosecutor’s Office at an Israeli military court in the northern part of the West Bank, filed an indictment against Walid Suleiman Na’alwa, the father of Ashraf Na’alwa, accusing him of aiding his son, who shot and killed two Israeli colonists in Burkan colony.

Israeli sources said the father is accused of “not trying to stop the shooting,” and of “obstructing justice,” and that he “knew his son owned a weapon and was training on how to use it in order to carry out a shooting attack.”

They added that the father is also accused of trying to hide his son’s car, and later attempted to sell it when he could not get rid of it.

The Israeli army has been searching to Ashraf since the shooting on October 7th, 2018, and the soldiers repeatedly invaded his home, and the homes of his relatives, and abducted many of them, including his mother, father and sisters.

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