At a time when the occupation intelligence reported by phone, Muhammad Harb Rayan, about the death of his young son Atallah (17 years old), the Israeli soldier Lian Haroush was communicating with her London-based family to inform them of her presence at the scene and that she was unharmed.
“Your son’s life is over,” simply put, a short call, one of the toughest things a parent can go through. Children are shot by soldiers who envy everything Palestinian. Soldiers suspect that a young man or woman passes by them, living in fear of everything related to them, even their appearance, and feeling the trigger of their rifles and their fire to kill, even though they are trapped behind iron and concrete sections and inside military towers.

The martyr Atallah Rayan from the town of Qarawat Bani Hassan, west of Salfit, he is a high school student, who takes the technology exam in the morning, and his family follows him and hopes to complete his university studies for a better future, but Atallah returned at noon as a martyr.
And Atallah is one of dozens of names that the occupation executed on the country's roads, especially between the years 2015-2020, which are the years that witnessed an increasing escalation of the crimes of the occupation and its settlers at the checkpoints and military points.

Most of what Atallah did was crossing the street quickly, as the movement of vehicles there was fast, and the traffic light traveled in three directions, in addition to the presence of surveillance cameras, three military posts and a control tower inhabited by heavily armed men. All this in a circumference of no more than a hundred meters, in the same place, and in the same way, the young Elias Yassin from the town of Bidiyah was executed three years ago.

The father of the martyr Muhammad Rayan, who works in the marble field in Al Raqeeb Street in Nablus, said: I ask Atallah to help me whenever circumstances require.
I was waiting for him, but he didn't come, and instead I got a phone call telling me he was martyred. "

He added: After several hours of his killing, the occupation forces stormed my house and questioned me about his personal life, his friends, and everything related to it, then they took measurements of the house, and seized part of Atallah's possessions, such as his ID card, phone, some of his clothes, school certificates and photos.

The case of Atallah is the story of most of the martyrs. They were killed in cold blood. Their bodies are kept for months and years in the refrigerators of the occupation, and their families are deprived of even their farewell.