"Whoever goes wild during the day, will be arrested at night".
When Ahd was a child, a video was posted in November 2012 by photographer Samer Nazal of Ahd going after Israeli soldiers who arrested her brother during confrontations in the village, demanding that he be returned and released.
Speaking to the Jerusalem Post, Tamimi's father told the outlet that soldiers had also "beaten his family", in addition to officials arresting the teen and confiscating cell phones, laptops and cameras from the home.
The spokesperson accused Ahed of participating in a "violent riot", referring to Friday's protests during which hundreds of Palestinians threw stones at Israeli forces.
In the video, Ahed is seen approaching the soldiers along with two other girls and then hitting them.
The Israeli army arrested a 17-year-old Palestinian girl who was earlier filmed confronting and slapping two soldiers in Al-Nabi Saleh, a small village to the northwest of Ramallah city in the occupied West Bank.
Nabi Saleh could have been an inconsequential village with a population of about 600 in the middle of Ramallah's rolling hills if not for a small fresh water spring called Ein al-Qaws and a determined community unwilling to back down.
Ahed was handcuffed and led by the soldiers outside to an Israeli army jeep. Her arrest is not so surprising to anyone familiar with the Tamimis. After a six-hour surgery the boy was put into a medically induced coma for at least 72 hours.
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For the supporters of Nabi Saleh, the teenager remains a hero who has been filmed for years shouting at Israeli soldiers and sometimes scuffling with them.
In a short documentary, Ahed said that her dream is to become a football player, describing the difficulty she faces at the Israeli checkpoint when she wants to get to school.
Minister of Education Naftali Bennett has already determined Ahed's sentence: "She should spend her life in prison".
Educating people on social networking is a national and family necessity, according to Abu al-Rub, and some people were arrested after their faces were exposed at contact points after the publication of videos or pictures of the confrontations.
"Israeli military repression of protests by the villagers has left many members of the family wounded, killed or imprisoned over the years".
She started attending the protests there when she was just nine years old.
"This has given us the message that everyone now is being targeted - men, women, and children", she said.