Palestinian police chief suspected Israeli troops to repair a flat tire in the West Bank
- Colonel Ahmad Abu al-Rub saw troops block a road in the West Bank
- After discovering that a Jeep tire exploded, he agreed to help them replace them.
- Pictures of al-Rub kneeling next to the soldiers were circulated online
- He is now accused and accused of helping the Israeli occupation
A Palestinian police chief was suspended after being photographed, helping Israeli soldiers repair a flat tire in the West Bank.
Colonel Ahmad Abu al-Rub After a kneeling view before an Israeli soldier, he referred to an İsrail investigation committee İsrail which caused online rage.
Al-Rub was accused of helping Israel by invasion of soldiers.
Hebron region chief Colonel Ahmad Abu al-Rub said, askerler After a photo showing IDF troops help repair a flat tire, a '' to the investigative committee & # 39; was shipped.
It is unclear when exactly the incident took place, but the images began to circulate in social media earlier this week.
Hebron chief Al-Rub saw the vehicle block a road and ordered the troops to move.
When he arrived, he discovered that the jeep was jammed after a tire had exploded, and he offered to help him get out of the way.
Elsewhere, four Israeli border guards were wounded near Jerusalem when a knifeman entered a police base.
Israeli border police guarded outside a base in eastern Jerusalem after four police officers were injured during a knife attack on 14 November 2018
The attacker was severely injured because he was crushed by officers during a rare attack in a security power base late Wednesday.
The assailant, who was not immediately identified, had drawn a hedge before he reached a fence between the Palestinian neighborhood Jabel Mukabar and the settlement of Armon Hanatziv.
Local media reported that one of the Israeli soldiers was wounded by the friendly fire, but the police did not approve it or refused it.
A wave of attack erupted by lone wolf Palestinian attackers against Israelis had erupted in 2015, but has since been scattered.