The killers of Rina Shnerb are members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a designated terrorist group in the EU.
Her statement was said following the demolition of Barghouti's house as the Israeli authorities do following such terrorist attacks, as a deterrent for others considering carrying out such attacks.
During the clashes, one Palestinian was hit in the face by rubber bullets and a military jeep was set on fire after being hit by Molotov cocktails.
The names means "glory."
"Neither the cursed Nazis nor the terrorists will defeat us, we will continue to live with great faith, and bring new life into this world."
Clashes broke out between the IDF and Palestinians, with dozens of protesters suffering from suffocation due to tear gas, according to Palestinian reports.
Last week, the IDF informed the family that it intends to demolish their houses. The family had filed an appeal against the demolition, but did not denounce the murder when asked to in court.
The five – Samer Arbid, Walid Hanatsheh, Abed el-Razeq Faraj, Yzaen Majames and Kasem Shibli – were indicted in mid-December.
After the prime minister's son told the EU delegation in Israel to "go away" it responded with shrugging emojis.
When Arbid was transferred to Hadassah University Medical Center on September 28, he was considered to be in critical condition.