Alwaght- Hundreds of Palestinians gathered Tuesday for the funeral of a three-year-old boy who died after being shot by Israeli regime's forces in the occupied West Bank last week.
Mohammed al-Tamimi died in hospital Monday, after Israeli soldiers shot him and his father on Thursday night in the village of Nabi Saleh, near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Tamimi's mother, Marwa, wept as she embraced her son for the final time, his body wrapped in the traditional black and white Palestinian keffiyeh scarf.
Israeli soldiers stood within sight of the funeral reception, blocking a main entrance into the village of Nabi Saleh near where last week's shooting took place.
Israeli regime's army said an investigation was under way, however Marwa al-Tamimi said she had no faith in the Israeli army's investigation.
"I want an international trial. Enough is enough. Every time we hear of a child who is martyred, a whole family is martyred," she said.
Senior Palestinian official Hussein al-Sheikh on Monday night expressed his anger in a tweet.
"He (Tamimi) died by the bullets of Israeli occupation soldiers !!! What will the occupation authorities say about him? Are they going to call him a terrorist?? Is he endangering the lives of their soldiers?."
Al-Tamimi is the youngest person killed in the conflict this year.
Since the start of the year, Tel Aviv regime has killed at least 156 Palestinians.