PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 10, 2016
Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)
1. Extrajudicial Execution of Minor Child
Wednesday at noon, Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) shot a Palestinian boy/child dead during clashes that erupted when IOF broke into Al-Arroub refugee camp south of Bethlehem. 16-year-old Omar Madi Jawabreh was announced dead in the Beit Jala governmental hospital, and the clashes are still continuous until the moment in the camp.
2. Storming of Al Aqsa Mosque
Early Wednesday morning, dozens of Israeli fanatics stormed Muslims’ holiest place of worship in Occupied Palestine, al-Aqsa Mosque, via the Maghareba Gate. Locals said that Israeli special units and rapid intervention troops escorted the 32 fanatics all the way through the break-in.
3. Hunger Striking Journalist, Muhammad Al-Qeiq
MK Osama al-Saadi held the Israeli Supreme Court responsible for the life of Palestinian detainee Muhammad al-Qeiq, whose hunger strike has entered its 78th day.
4. Water Sanitation in Gaza
The Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) confirmed the continuation of efforts of reconstruction of water and sanitation facilities and infrastructure destroyed and damaged by the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip in the summer of 2014.
5. Home Demolitions
The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) demolished Wednesday morning a number of homes and agricultural facilities in the Jordan Valley for being allegedly located in a “closed military zone.”
6. Abductions & Raids
At dawn on Wednesday, Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) launched a large-scale raid and arrest campaign across the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem. The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) overnight documented 23 detainees, including 14 in occupied Jerusalem and six others in Bethlehem.
7. A Call From Palestinians in Europe
Palestinians in Europe held a conference calling for a mass Arab and international support for the journalist Mohamed al-Qeiq who has been on hunger strike for 76 days in protest at his illegal detention in Israeli jails without charge or trial.
8. Knesset Subcommittee Hearing on Foreign Press Coverage
The Foreign Press Association (FPA) expressed dismay Tuesday after its members were summoned to a subcommittee hearing in the Israeli parliament to account for recent coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Knesset subcommittee hearing was called to discuss foreign press coverage that it said “in the long-term erodes the legitimacy of (Israel’s) fight against terrorism.”