Female Muslim terrorist Ahed Tamimi, 17, and her mother Nariman were indicted on Monday for assaulting IDF soldiers in the terror nest of Nabi Saleh in Samaria.
Ahed was charged with 12 different counts for six different attacks, including aggravated assault, hindering a soldier in the line of duty, incitement, threatening a soldier’s life and rock-throwing.
According to the indictment, which was filed at the Judea Military Court, Ahed Tamimi threw rocks at Israeli security forces, threatened them, participated in violent rioting and incited others to participate in the riots.
Her mother, Nariman Tamimi, was also indicted for her involvement in the assault, as well as for another attack she was involved in along with her daughter last month. She was also charged with incitement to terrorism on Facebook.
The 21-year-old Nur Tamimi, Ahed’s cousin, was charged on Sunday with aggravated assault of a soldier and hindering a soldier in the line of duty.
The military prosecution asked to hold Ahed, Nur and Nariman Tamimi in remand until the end of legal proceedings against them.