IOF teargases teachers and students in al-Khalil

Several Palestinian students and teachers on Wednesday morning suffered from their exposure to tear gas fumes after the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) attacked them and their schools in the southern area of al-Khalil.

According to Quds Press, the IOF showered al-Khalil elementary school in the southern area of the city with tear gas canisters, which caused many students and teachers to suffer from inhaling the resultant fumes.

One teacher and a few students were transferred to a nearby Palestinian hospital to receive medical assistance.

Many teachers and students also received medical help inside the school building.

(Source / 14.03.2019)


Israel’s occupation forces killed one young man and injured 40 other people in raid that targeted the northern West Bank city of Salfit on Tuesday March 12th.

23-year-old Mohammad Jamil Shaheen died in hospital after he had been shot in heart by Israeli occupation soldier after youths threw stones at the invading occupation troops in central part of Salfit.

40 people were treated by paramedics, some of them having been wounded with rubber-coated steel bullets and others suffering effects from tear-gas inhalation.

Israeli occupation forces ransacked both public and private buildings, from homes to stores and confiscated surveillance recordings during the raid.

(Source / 14.03.2019)


Second young man died on Monday March 11th from wounds caused by Israeli occupation forces while he was taking part in the Great Return March.

23-year-old Musa Mohammad Musa died on Monday from wounds he had suffered when he was shot in his back by Israel’s occupation forces sniper on Friday March 1st.

According to different sources his death took place either at dawn or in the evening.

Musa, a resident of Deir al-Balah in central part of the tiny coastal enclave of two million people, was taking part in the demonstration east of his home town when he was wounded.

Israel’s regime banned Musa’s transfer for treatment abroad after Palestinian Authority had cleared him for it. He remained in intensive care until his death.

His death took place on the same day as that of Bassam Shafi(22), who had been wounded on Friday February 22nd also during the Great Return March.

According to the count by Palestinian Information Center, Musa is 271st person killed by Israel during demonstration in the besieged Gaza since March 30th last year.

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  (Source / 14.03.2019)

Israeli Forces Seal Passage near Ibrahimi Mosque

14 Mar 7:58 AM

Israeli forces sealed off the Wadi al-Hasin area, east of the Ibrahimi Mosque, in the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron, on Wednesday afternoon.

Human rights activists Jamal Sueifan reported that Israeli soldiers sealed off the northern and western entrances of the area to locals.

Residents called upon human rights sides to intervene to reopen the road in order for children to be able to reach their homes after schools.

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(Source / 14.03.2019)

Soldiers Abduct Three Palestinians, Including Aqsa Mosque Guard, in Jerusalem And Hebron

14 Mar 12:10 PM

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Thursday at dawn, three Palestinians, including a civilian guard of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in Jerusalem, and in Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Hebron office of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS), said dozens of soldiers invaded many neighborhoods in the city, in addition to Doura, Ethna and as-Sammoa’ towns, before breaking into many homes and searching them.

It added that the soldiers abducted Amjad Sa’id Amro, from Doura town, south of Hebron, and Sa’id Abu Sneina from Hebron city.

In related news, the soldiers abducted Samer al-Qabbani, a civilian guard of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, after stopping him near the Bab an-Nather, one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and took him to a police station in the Old City.

Also at dawn, the soldiers abducted four young men from their homes, in several parts of Bethlehem governorate, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank.

In the Gaza Strip, the soldiers abducted five young men, near the perimeter fence, in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region.

(Source / 14.03.2019)

PPS: “Israeli Soldiers Abduct 20 Palestinians In The West Bank”

14 Mar 1:11 PM

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers abducted, on Thursday at dawn, sixteen Palestinians, including six students of Birzeit University, in several parts of the occupied West Bank, in addition to four Palestinians, who were taken prisoner, on Wednesday evening,

The PPS stated that the soldiers invaded and ransacked dozens of homes across the Wet Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem, and interrogated dozens of Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

The soldiers also closed and surrounded entire Palestinian communities, before invading them, and storming many homes.

In addition, the army installed many roadblocks across the West Bank, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and interrogated scores of Palestinians, while inspecting their ID cards.

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One of the abducted Palestinians is Samer al-Qabbani, one of the civilian guards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and is one of four guards who were taken by the soldiers since Wednesday.

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On Wednesday evening, the soldiers abducted four Palestinians from their homes in the al-’Oja town, in Jericho.

The abducted Palestinians have been identified as:

  1. Mo’tasem Abu Zalloum, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  2. Abdul-Rahman Hamdan, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  3. Omar Ladadwa, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  4. Osaid Kiswani, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  5. Saji ‘Aabed, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  6. Wa’ad al-Fuqaha’, Birzeit University student, Ramallah.
  7. Walid Nawawra, Bethlehem.
  8. Islam Ahmad Salah, Bethlehem.
  9. Mosab al-‘Azza, Bethlehem.
  10. Mohammad Adnan Malash, Bethlehem.
  11. Ahmad Mohammad Salah, Bethlehem.
  12. Amjad Sa’ir Amro, Hebron.
  13. Sa’id Abu Sneina, Hebron.
  14. Rami Jamal Yassin, Jenin.
  15. Samer Qabbani, (Aqsa Mosque Guard) Jerusalem.
  16. Qaher Majed Farraj, Jericho.
  17. Ammar Saleh Najjoum, Jericho.
  18. Ziad Saleh Najjoum, Jericho.
  19. Ahmad Abdul-Karim Najjoum, Jericho.
  20. Yousef Abdul-Karim Najjoum, Jericho.

(Source / 14.03.2019)