Israeli Border Police Blocked Ahmad's Car, Shot Him Point-blank – Then Drove Off

After a night out, Ahmad ‘Abdu got into his car in a town near Ramallah, where Border Police ambushed him and shot him dead. His family says the cops mistook him for his uncle

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Ahmad ‘Abdu.
Ahmad ‘Abdu.Credit: Courtesy of the family
Ahmad ‘Abdu's car, punctured by bullets.Credit: Iyad Hadad / B’Tselem
A protest at Ramallah's entrance, on May 18.Credit: ISSAM RIMAWI / Anadolu Agency vi
The Umm al-Sharayet neighborhood in El Bireh, where Ahmad ‘Abdu was shot to death. He was supposed to have been married last month. Credit: Alex Levac



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