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PALESTINE POST Update, Jan. 14th


1- Several Palestinian citizens from Jiftlik village in the Jordan Valley received on Tuesday Israeli military orders threatening to demolish their homes and structures at the pretext they are located in Area C, which is under Israel’s control.

2- Israeli Central Court in Jerusalem held a hearing for the three Israelis who burned the Palestinian child Mohammad Abu Khdair alive in 2014. Two minors and a third man snatched Mohammed Abu Khdeir, 16, from an east Jerusalem street and subsequently killed him by burning him alive.

3- The Jordanian Consul in Israel Walid Ebaidat visited the Jordanian captive Abdullah Nouh Abu Jaber who has been on hunger strike for over two months.

4- Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas threatened to retaliate against the Israeli continuous aggression on Gaza Strip and the Palestinian people.

5- Ten Palestinians were injured on Wednesday in clashes with the Israeli forces in Bethlehem in the southern West Bank. Meanwhile, dozens of others choked on tear gas.

6- The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) have applied the force-feeding law on the detained Palestinian journalist Mohammad al-Qeiq, by introducing solutions into his body against his will, which is a serious practice and contrary to international conventions.

7- The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) stormed and searched at dawn Wednesday a number of Palestinian homes in al-Khalil and Tulkarem in the West Bank.

8- A Palestinian young man was killed and three others were injured by Israeli artillery shelling on Wednesday morning west of Beit Lahiya in northern Gaza Strip.

9- A number of Palestinians were injured while others were arrested as clashes broke out overnight throughout occupied West Bank towns and cities.

10- Israeli forces Thursday shot and killed a Palestinian near the Beit Einun junction northeast of the occupied West Bank city of Hebron after an alleged stab attempt, witnesses and Israel’s army said.

11- Israeli forces stationed at the Beit Einun junction on Wednesday evening opened fire on a Palestinian driver they described as “suspicious” before afterward detaining him.

1- Palestinian activists on Wednesday released video footage purportedly filmed by Israeli soldiers at clashes in Ramallah during which they can apparently be heard congratulating one another on shooting Palestinians. Palestinian protesters said they found the footage on a camera that was dropped by an Israeli soldier during clashes near Ramallah.

2- A United Nations database for prospective aid recipients in Gaza may provide Israel information on its future targets, a report says.

3- The database was complied according to the terms of the UN-backed Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism (GRM). According to University of Nottingham Professor Nigel White, it violates the very “right to life” of the Palestinians.

4- Israeli occupation says Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom is not welcome in Israel after she called for an investigation into the large number of Palestinians being killed by Israeli forces.

5- Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Thursday at dawn, two young Palestinian men in the al-Yamoun town, west of the northern West Bank district of Jenin. One Palestinian kidnapped near Hebron, on Wednesday evening.

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PALESTINE POST Update: Jan. 13th, 2016


1- Head of the Negotiation Affairs Department of Palestine Liberation organization (PLO), Saeb Erekat, said that the International Criminal Court (ICC) is expected in 2016 to open an investigation into Israeli crimes against Palestinian people.

2- Hamas Movement has strongly condemned on Tuesday evening the “criminal” bombing attack at Istanbul’s historic Sultanahmet Square. In its statement issued on Tuesday, the Movement offered its condolences to the Turkish people and the families of those lost in the “heinous crime.”

3- Israeli Occupation forces have been embarking for a few days on fencing thousands of dunums to the east of Nablus city in the northern West Bank as a prelude to confiscate the land.

4- Groups of Jewish settlers along with members of Israeli intelligence apparatus on Tuesday morning stormed the plazas of the Aqsa Mosque from the Magharebah gate under the protection of Israeli police and Special Forces.

5- Israeli warships on Tuesday opened machinegun fire at Palestinian fishermen in Gaza sea. No casualties have been reported.

6- Israeli forces on Tuesday afternoon shot dead two Palestinians at the Beit Einun junction northeast of Hebron, alleging that one intended to carry out a stabbing attack while the other had driven him there.

7- IOF has detained two Palestinians for resisting “military expulsion orders” banishing them from occupied Jerusalem. Freelance journalist Samer Abu Eisheh, 28, and 33-year-old construction worker Hijazi Abu Sbeih, married and with three children, had been ordered to leave East Jerusalem and stay out for respectively five and six months.

8- Israeli soldiers invaded, Tuesday, Beit Jala city, in the West Bank district of Bethlehem, and clashed with local youths, in the Sahl area, before shooting to death a young man, and wounding several others, one seriously.

9- Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday evening, the West Bank city of Bethlehem, and clashed with scores of local youths, who hurled stones and empty bottles on the invading military vehicles; medical sources said seven Palestinians were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets, and many others suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.

10- Israeli police and army forces, Tuesday, detained two Palestinian young women in Jerusalem and Hebron, according to local sources.

11- The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) said that it received only 20 percent of the money needed for the reconstruction of the destroyed houses in the Gaza Strip, QudsNet reported yesterday.

12- Israeli forces, early Tuesday, abducted four young men, including a journalist, from Nablus and Jenin, in the north of the occupied West Bank.

13- Israeli occupation has retroactively legalised about 800 homes in four settlements in the West Bank, the Palestinian occupied territory, the interior ministry said.They included 377 homes in the Yakir settlement, 187 in Itamar and 94 in Shilo in the northern West Bank, as well as 97 more in Sansana in the south of the occupied Palestinian territory.

14- The number of new homes under construction in Jewish settlements on the Israeli-occupied West Bank rose last year by 40 percent, an anti-settlements watchdog has reported.

15- Birzeit University rises up against Israel’s arrests. Israeli forces have arrested dozens of politically active students amid a rise in protests and resistance action in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

16- Palestinian journalist ‘nearing death’ in Israeli jail. Prisoners rights group says Muhammad al-Qeq is one of 660 Palestinians held by Israel without trial or charges.

17- The Israeli occupation Forces shot a Palestinian youth, on Monday noon, claiming he attempted to stab an Israeli soldier near the illegal settlement of Hermesh, in Jenin district, north of the occupied West Bank.

18- A Palestinian hunger striker ended his 50-day strike on Tuesday after Israeli occupation forces reportedly agreed to some of the prisoner’s demands, a lawyer with the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society said.


PALESTINE POST, Breaking News: Jan 13th, 2016

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Zionist troops targeted several youth this morning who had gathered near the border of Gaza in Beit Lahia.
23-year-old Mousa Abu Zoater was killed in an Extrajudicial Execution, while 3 other youth were seriously wounded from shelling fired at them mostly from an Israeli drone.

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PALESTINE POST, Update: Jan. 12th, 2016 – ‪#‎OccupiedPalestine‬

1- The Israeli military court in Ofer has sentenced a Palestinian female teenager from al-Dahriya town in al-Khalil province to three months in jail. The Palestinian Prisoner Society said that 16-year-old Maha Shatat was also ordered by the court to pay a penalty of 2,000 shekels.

2- Israeli forces on Tuesday detained at least eight Palestinians in predawn raids across he occupied West Bank, Palestinian and Israeli sources said.The Palestinian Center for Defense of Liberties and Civil Rights (Hurryat) identified six of the detainees as Mujahid al-Sadi from Jenin, Jibril Sweiti and Wael Masalma from Beit Awwa in Hebron district, Suhayb al-Kharaz, Ahmad Qandil and Tamir al-Bustami from Nablus.

3- Israeli police overnight Sunday detained 60 Palestinian workers who they said entered northern Israel from the occupied West Bank without work permits, Hebrew-language news sites reported Monday. Israeli police reportedly detained some 40 Palestinians in Sahknin and nearby villages in northern Israel and another 20 Palestinians in Shafa Amr. The contractors that hired the Palestinians were also detained..

4- A Palestinian family from the Ramallah-district village of Beit Sira on Monday denied Israeli media reports that a young woman from their family had intended to carry out a suicide attack in southern Israel.

5- The Israeli authorities on Monday released the body of 17-year-old Mustafa Adel al-Khatib, nearly three months after he was shot dead in East Jerusalem following an alleged stabbing attempt.

6- Israeli forces shot and wounded an 18-year-old Palestinian youth on Monday morning after he allegedly attempted to stab an Israeli soldier at a checkpoint southwest of Jenin.

7- Israeli forces detained at least 15 Palestinians and seized a number of weapons in predawn raids across the occupied West Bank on Sunday, Palestinian and Israeli sources said.

8- The Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies said in a report on Sunday that the Israeli occupation forces detained over 1,900 Palestinians in 2015. Two-thirds of the detainees, it said, were minors, 65 of whom were put under house arrest.

9- Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Monday evening, a Palestinian man after stopping him while driving in Ein al-Louza neighborhood in Silwan town, in occupied Jerusalem, and took him away, leaving his children crying alone in the car.

10- Several Palestinians suffered the effects of teargas inhalation, on Monday evening, after Israeli soldiers invaded the al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem. The army also stormed and occupied a home in the town.

11- Israeli occupation issued administrative detention orders against 34 Palestinian detainees, said the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS).

12- The Commission of Detainees’ Affairs warned, on Monday, of the Israeli Medical Committee’s decision to force-feed Palestinian journalist Muhammad Al-Qeeq, who is currently on hunger strike.

13- Three Palestinian detainees continue their open-ended hunger strikes, staged in differing duration, according to a report released by the PLO’s Committee of Detainees and Ex-Detainees, on Sunday.

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‪#‎OccupiedPalestine‬ Update: Jan. 11th, 2015

1- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Sunday evening opened heavy machinegun fire on Palestinian farmers and civilian homes in eastern al-Bureij refugee camp and Khan Younis, in the blockaded Gaza Strip.
2- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) overnight Sunday and at dawn Monday kidnapped 12 Palestinian youngsters from the southern West Bank cities of al-Khalil and Bethlehem.
3- A Palestinian youth on Sunday evening was shot and critically injured by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at an Israeli military checkpoint pitched near the central West Bank city of Salfit.
4- The Palestinian journalist Mohamed al-Qiq has fallen into a coma after entering his 48th day of hunger strike, family sources revealed. Al-Qiq’s wife said that her husband had entered a very critical stage of his hunger strike that was started on Nov. 24, 2015.
5- A Palestinian youth on Sunday evening was shot and critically injured by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at an Israeli military checkpoint pitched near the central West Bank city of Salfit.
6- The Israeli Occupation Authority (IOA) on Sunday confiscated 300 dunums of Palestinian agricultural lands in Yabad town in Jenin governorate and declared it as closed military zone.
7- At least 65 Palestinian children had been subjected to house arrest by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in 2015, resulting in serious psychological torment, a prisoners’ rights group reported.
8- The Israeli Occupation Authority (IOA) on Sunday confiscated 300 dunums of Palestinian agricultural lands in Yabad town in Jenin governorate and declared it as closed military zone.
9- Two Palestinian injured captives in Israeli jails: Mohammad al-Shalalda, 24, and Azmi al-Naffa, 21, are suffering health deterioration due to their injuries inflicted by Israeli gunfire during their arrest.
10- At least 65 Palestinian children had been subjected to house arrest by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in 2015, resulting in serious psychological torment, a prisoners’ rights group reported.
11- – Israeli forces detained more than 1,900 Palestinians from occupied East Jerusalem in 2015, the majority of whom were minors,a spokesman for the Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies, Riyad al-Ashqar, said in a statement that around two-thirds of those detained from the occupied city were minors, 65 of whom were put under house arrest.
12- Israeli forces have been leveling private Palestinian land south of the occupied West Bank town of Bethlehem in preparation to build a military tower in the area, residents said.
13- The majority of the Palestinians arrested by Israeli regime forces in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) in 2015 were children, among them minors under the age of 14, says a prisoner’s rights group.
14- The Jerusalem office of the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, B’Tselem, was badly damaged in a fire on Sunday night, which authorities suspect may have been arson by fanatic settlers.

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‪#‎PalestineHotline‬ – Jan. 9th, 2016

1. The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested three Palestinians at dawn Friday and summoned another citizen for investigation.

2. The Israeli authorities on Friday released the bodies of four Palestinian youths shot dead following alleged stabbing attempts in the southern occupied West Bank the night before, local officials said. The bodies were released to the district coordination office in Hebron in the presence of Palestinian liaison officials and representatives of the slain Palestinians’ families.

3. Israeli forces shot at least 21 Palestinians with live and rubber-coated steel bullets in the latest clashes to shake the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip on Friday, medical sources said. Ashraf al-Qidra, a spokesperson for Gaza’s Ministry of Health, told Ma’an that 14 Palestinians were shot with live fire in separate clashes that erupted along the Gazan border.

4. The Palestinian Return Center (PRC) accused on Friday the International Criminal Court (ICC) of pro-Israel bias in its new report on Preliminary Examination Activities published on November 12th, 2015. The ICC’s Report on Preliminary Examination Activities provides a section on Gaza in the “Contextual Background” to the alleged crimes that casts doubts on the neutrality of the approach, the PRC said in its report issued on Friday.

5. A 12-year-old Palestinian boy remains in critical condition on Friday evening, nearly two days after he sustained a severe head injury during clashes with Israeli soldiers in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Issawiya, medical sources said. A spokesperson for Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem told Ma’an that Ahmad Abu Hummus, after undergoing surgery on Wednesday night, was “still in the intensive care unit and breathing with a machine.”

6. Israeli troops shot dead two Palestinian youths at a military checkpoint in the occupied West Bank over alleged stabbing attempts. The fatal shootings occurred near the Baghut settlement near the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank. The two Palestinians are identified as Ali Muhammad and Sa’eed Judeh.

7. Israeli forces have reportedly demolished a number of Palestinian homes and detained more than a dozen people in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) over the past few days. Israeli bulldozers demolished Thursday, three homes in East al-Quds’ (Jerusalem) neighborhoods of Beit Safafa and Silwan, which has seen an influx of Israeli settlers over the past years. Some 14 Palestinian were detained in raids by Israeli troops overnight Thursday, including nine in Ramallah, three in Bethlehem and one in Qalqiliya.

8. Israel has approved the construction of a new town on the site of two Palestinian villages that were razed by the Tel Aviv regime. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement on Wednesday that the new town “will advance the Druze population economically and socially.” He said it will be the first town for Druze community built in Israel since 1948.

9. A Palestinian teenager was shot dead by Israeli soldiers on Thursday night near Beit Einoun junction, east of al-Khalil city. According to the Hebrew website 0404, Israeli soldiers opened fire at a Palestinian and killed him immediately after he “attempted to stab an officer” from the Givati brigade on road 60 near Beit Einoun junction, south of Sa’ir town.

10. Israeli forces shot dead four Palestinians from the town of Sair on Thursday night after they allegedly carried out two separate stabbing attempts in the southern West Bank, Israeli and Palestinian sources said.

11. Israeli bulldozers under army escort on Thursday demolished three Palestinian structures built without construction permits in the Jerusalem neighborhoods of Silwan and Beit Safafa.

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‪#‎PalestineHotline‬ – January 8th, 2016

1. Head of Qatar’s Gaza reconstruction committee Mohamed al-Imadi has urged different countries to support and join reconstruction efforts in the war-torn Gaza Strip and to fulfil their commitments in this regard.

2. Israeli occupation forces storm al-Issawiya neighborhood in Jerusalem and wound a Palestinian teenager.

3. Israeli occupation forces extended the detention of two Jerusalemite young men till next Monday.

4. IOF bulldozers destroyed a mosque in the unrecognized Bedouin village of Rakhamah in the Negev desert south of 1948 Palestine.

5. Israeli bulldozers Wednesday morning razed six buildings housing 25 Palestinian families near al-Ezeriya town to the east of Occupied Jerusalem for the claim of lacking construction permits.

6. Israeli forces detained at least 15 Palestinians, including six children, in multiple predawn detention raids across the occupied West Bank Wednesday.

7. Israeli forces killed at least 178 Palestinians and injured 16,200 others in 2015, the Palestinian Health Ministry says.

8. Israeli forces have demolished five dwellings belonging to Palestinian Bedouin families in the Abu Nuwar community east of al-Quds (Jerusalem), leaving more than two dozen people homeless

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‪#‎PalestineHotline‬ REPORT: January 7th, 2015

In violation of international law, the Zionist Ministry carried out a staging operation near the boarder to Gaza (on the gaza side) and two Zionist (Israeli) troops were injured at the boarder to Gaza, when a Palestinian defender was assassinated at Ghosh Astyoun Checkpoint Tuesday (Jan 5th) morning.

Zionist troops released Sheikh Khader Adnan after detaining him for a few hours last night, (January 4th).

Gaza’s only power station is to shut down tomorrow, due to fuel shortage.

Zionist troops targeted Gaza fisherman against international law and one boat, providing livelihood to many civilians, was burned.

Abbas, the West Bank’s President of the Palestinian Authority, delivered a speech yesterday at 3pm.

50 Palestinians civilians, illegally detained as political prisoners, have gone on hunger strike today, protesting their bad conditions and treatment at the hand of their criminal occupiers.

The Zionist occupiers detained the parents of a Palestinian whom they believe might be behind a Tel Aviv Resistance operation.

Tuesday at dawn, Zionist troops arrested 11 Palestinian civilians across the West Bank, after invading and abducting them from their homes.

As usual, illegal terrorist settlers were allowed to storm Al Aqsa mosque and the compound, under the Zionist (Israeli) Ministry’s protection, erupting in clashes between Palestinians defending their holy site and Jewish Zionists desecrating it.