Al-Halabi’s mother was also summoned for Israeli interrogations a few months ago and was threatened with detention.
Al-Halabi was shot dead by Israeli forces last year after allegedly carrying out a shooting attack in occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City which left two Israelis dead.
At the start of this year, Israeli forces also demolished the family home of al-Halabi, in a move that rights groups have called “collective punishment” – a policy that targets non-complicit relatives of an attacker.
The al-Halabi family said that Israeli forces reportedly detained al-Halabi’s mother due to a Facebook post, adding that her case will be discussed at a court session on Sunday.
While the family did not provide details on the content of the Facebook post, scores of Palestinians have been detained across the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Israel for social media posts that Israeli authorities have claimed “incite” against Israel.