At least 19 Palestinian citizens were injured on Friday when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) violently dispersed the weekly march against the settlement in Kafr Qaddum village, east of the West Bank city of Qalqilya.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said in a statement that its crews attended to 19 Palestinian protesters injured by IOF rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas grenades.
All injured demonstrators were treated in the field, it added.
Palestinians in Kafr Qaddum stage a demonstration every Friday to protest the ongoing Israeli settlement expansion on their village and other West Bank areas.
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Saturday raided the house of Palestinian lawmaker Hatem Qafisha in al-Khalil city.
MP Qafisha reported that Israeli soldiers broke into and ransacked his house at dawn and stole 4,750 shekels.
Qafisha had spent over 18 years intermittently in Israeli jails.
Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas last December decided to cut off Qafisha’s salary and pension along with other 47 lawmakers after he issued an illegal edict dissolving the Palestinian Legislative Council.
A Palestinian child was injured when a tear gas canister fired by an Israeli soldier hit him as he was rallying with others in a border area east of the besieged Gaza Strip.
According to Palestinian media reports, the Israeli occupation forces showered a group of protesters with tear gas grenades during their presence in Talat Umm Husseina east of al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza.
The protesters torched tires in the area and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind the border fence.
Citizens in Gaza stage rallies on the border every Friday and sometimes during other days to protest the inhumane blockade imposed on the improvised coastal enclave.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) security forces have kidnapped four citizens, including a Mosque Imam, in the West Bank and persisted in detaining others illegally.
In Tulkarem, forces from the PA intelligence apparatus kidnapped Hamza Hamdan, a Birzeit University student, from his home on Friday afternoon.
The PA preventive security forces, for their parts, kidnapped on the same day Mohamed Turkman, an ex-detainee in PA and Israeli jails, from his home in Nablus.
Two days ago, the PA security forces kidnapped a Mosque Imam called Tareq Shalaldeh in al-Khalil.
The PA security forces in al-Khalil also kidnapped a political ex-detainee called Mohamed Asfour.
Meanwhile, the PA intelligence forces in al-Khalil recently stormed and ransacked the home of Mohamed Asafera 10 times in an attempt to arrest him, threatening to harm him if he did not turn himself in.
The Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs has said that 80-year-old prisoner Fuaad ash-Shawbaki are being exposed to medical neglect in Israeli jails.
Shawbaki, who has been in jail for over 12 years, suffers from chronic health problems and does not receive proper medical care, according to the Commission.
With no regard for his old age and health condition, Israeli jailers transferred Shawbaki several times between prisons in recent years.
Shawbaki was arrested on March 14, 2006 when the Israeli occupation forces advanced on and surrounded the Jericho prison in which he was imprisoned along with Ahmad Saadat, the general secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and others.
Later, an Israeli military court sentenced him to 20 years in jails on a charge of supplying the Palestinian resistance with weapons.
The Israeli occupation authorities on Sunday issued a three-month administrative detention order against the Palestinian prisoner Omar al-Barghouti, the father of martyr Saleh al-Barghouti.
The Palestinian Prisoner Society said that Omar al-Barghouti, 66, has been subjected to harsh interrogation at al-Maskoubiyya detention center since he was arrested on 12 December 2018.
The Israeli occupation forces arrested al-Barghouti and dozens of Palestinian youths during a raid into Kobar village in Ramallah hours after they killed his son Saleh.
Al-Barghouti’s family have been subjected to collective punishment since the killing of Saleh. Most of the family members are currently held in Israeli jails, including al-Barghouti’s sons Asem, Asef, and Mohammed.
Omar al-Barghouti had spent over 26 years in Israeli lock-ups. He is the brother of the well-known Palestinian prisoner Nael al-Barghouti who is serving his 39th year in Israeli prisons.