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PALESTINE POST: ‪#‎Briefing‬ March 6th

(Summary of Israel War Crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories – OPT) ‪#‎Extrajudicial_Execution‬

1. Ahmad ‪#‎Dawabshe‬ to meet Real Madrid’s Player

Football Federation President Gen. Jibril Rajoub said in a press release this Saturday morning that the Spanish club Real Madrid will receive the Palestinian child Ahmed Dawabsheh on March 17. Rajoub said that the Spanish club, in coordination with the Ambassador of the State of Palestine to Spain, will receive the child Dawabsheh and two of his family members, as well as a member of Real Madrid Association in Palestine on March 17. He stressed that the club management has rapidly sympathized with Ahmad Dawabsheh situation/reality, following the spread of pictures of the child, dressed in the club’s shirt, while receiving treatment in the hospital. Ahmad is the only member of the Dawabsheh family who survived the Israeli terrorist arson attack on his home in Duma near Nablus, northern West Bank, which killed his 11-month-old brother, Ali, and both his parents, July last year. Ahmad is still recovering from third-degree burns in the hospital.

2. Extrajudicial Execution of Palestinian Mother of 4 

Palestinians in the occupied West Bank village of Husan late Friday mourned the death of a 34-year-old mother of four little children who was extrajudicially executed earlier in the day after allegedly ramming her car into an Israeli soldier at the Gush Etzion junction, who was “lightly wounded.” However no evidence of the accusation is known.
Locals said that the Israeli forces returned the body of Amani Husni Sabatin shortly after she was killed. Her body was then taken to Beit Jala Hospital for an autopsy.

3. Field Executions of Palestinian Children: Report

Forty-one Palestinian children have been killed in the occupied Palestinian territory since October, Defense for Children International’s Palestine branch (DCIP) reported Friday.
All were killed as a “direct result of intensified violence,” DCIP said in a statement, and all but one were killed by Israeli military forces. The number includes 31 Palestinians under the age of 18. Some were accused of knife or gun attacks, while others were executed during unarmed protest of illegal Israeli military presence in the OPT. The Israeli Military reports are not reliable or trusted, as they notoriously lie to the public to cover their continued occupation crimes.

4. Abductions & Live Fire

a.) Israeli occupation soldiers injure three Palestinian youth during clashes on Saturday in Beit Sira village, west of Ramallah, and they also abducted three others from their homes in al-Khalil.

b.) The Global Movement for the Defense of Children in Palestine said that the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) killed with live bullets 41 Palestinian children since the outbreak of the Jerusalem Intifada in the beginning of last October. 16 of the total children were killed since the beginning of this year. The Movement accused the Israeli occupation authorities of adopting the shoot-to-kill policy against children.

5. Increased Home Demolitions

a.) The national bureau for defending the land and resisting settlement on Saturday said that Israel has escalated recently the demolition policy it pursues against Palestinian homes and property in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

b.) An Israeli municipal crew escorted by policemen on Friday handed Palestinian citizens demolition orders issued against their homes in Silwan district, east of Jerusalem, according to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Silwan. The Israeli municipal authority in Occupied Jerusalem carries demolitions against Palestinian homes and structures almost on a daily basis at the pretext of unlicensed construction.

6. Political Prisoners & Hunger Strike

a.) The family of Palestinian prisoner Yazan Hanani has held the Israeli occupation authority fully responsible for his life, affirming that he has been on hunger strike for 18 days. Hanafi Hanani, the brother of the prisoner, said that his brother went on hunger strike in protest at his illegal administrative detention without charges or guilt.

b.) The Israeli Salem military court extended the detention of the injured prisoner Mohamed Zakarneh, 19, from Qabatia town in Jenin, for the second time in a row. Quds Press quoted family sources as affirming that Israeli authorities extended Zakarneh’s detention for eight days for the second time, pointing out that he is currently held in Afula hospital as he was earlier shot and injured by Israeli gunfire.

7. Uprooted Olive Farms For Illegal Settlement Expansion & Attacks on Farmers

a.) Israeli bulldozers uprooted at dawn Saturday dozens of olive trees in Beir Ballout town west of Salfit. Eyewitnesses said that a group of settlers stormed the area with bulldozers and uprooted dozens of olive trees as a prelude to confiscating the agricultural lands for expanding Leshem settlement.

b.) Palestinian farmers were forced to leave their fields early Saturday after Israeli forces opened fire east of Gaza City in the northern Gaza Strip, witnesses said.
Witnesses said that Israeli soldiers stationed on the Israeli side of the borderline opened fire on the farmers while they were tending to their land. No injuries were reported.

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Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

pp1. Tel Aviv Returns Two Palestinian Victims Bodies

Israeli occupation forces handed over on Friday the body of a Palestinian man killed earlier that day by Israeli forces during clashes in the occupied West Bank village of Silwad.



IOF killed a young Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank village of Beit Fajjar on Friday. The victim was identified as Khaled Yousif Taqatqa, 21, who was shot and died as a result of his injuries at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem.

3. Live Fire on Unarmed Protestors – West Bank

ppAt least nine Palestinians were shot and one was detained during clashes with Israeli forces across the occupied Palestinian territories of the West Bank, Friday.

4. Live Fire & Injuries – Gaza

In the Gaza Strip, three Palestinians were injured by live fire and another by a rubber-coated steel bullet in the northern area of the enclave, last Thursday.

ppAt least seven Palestinian youths were injured Friday evening after Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) opened fire at them on the borders of Gaza. A spokesman for the Health Ministry affirmed that four youths were injured north of Gaza, three of them were shot with live rounds while the fourth suffered rubber bullet injury.

5. Siege 

ppThe Israeli occupation forces closed a main thoroughfare north of Jerusalem in the occupied West Bank. IOF declared that a section of route 60 running between Qalandiya checkpoint and the illegal Adam settlement, also known as Geva Benyamin, was closed to all vehicles.

6. Predawn Detention Raids

ppIOF abducted five Palestinians during predawn detention raids across the occupied West Bank on Friday.

7. Refugees 

The Palestinian refugees in Lebanon have submitted a letter over the UNRWA service cuts to the European Union (EU) mission in Beirut.


8. Denied Family visitation to Mohamed Al Qeiq

ppThe Israeli occupation Authorities (IOA) decided on Friday to deny family visits to captive journalist Mohamed al-Qeiq, who is on hunger strike since 89 days. The Red Cross said in a statement that the IOA officially decided to prevent the family of captive al-Qeiq from visiting him for “security reasons.”

9. Demolition of Property

ppIsraeli newspaper Haaretz said that Israeli civil administration had intensified the pace of demolition of Palestinians’ homes constructed in West Bank territories classified as Area C without building permissions since the beginning of 2016. Radio Israel quoted the newspaper’s Friday issue as stating that 293 structures were razed over the past six weeks. While, 447 structures were knocked down over the year of 2015.

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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


Israeli occupation forces executed a young Palestinian girl on Saturday claiming she was intending to stab an Israeli soldier. The Palestinian Ministry of Health identified the Palestinian victim as Kilzar Muhammad Abd al-Halim Azmi al-Eweiei, from Hebron city.


2. Occupation Violence

pppIsraeli forces opened fire at a Palestinian vehicle claiming it was heading fast at them near the Maale Adumim settlement east of Jerusalem on Saturday.

3. Mohamed Al-Qeiq

pppStroke symptoms have appeared on the body of hunger-striking journalist Mohamed al-Qeiq and his health condition has become extremely critical, the Palestinian commission of detainees and ex-detainees quoted doctors in HaEmek hospital as saying.

4. Egypt/Israeli Siege of Gaza

pppThe Egyptian authorities on Saturday morning opened the Rafah border crossing exceptionally for two days for the travel of Palestinians with humanitarian cases.

5. Home Raids 

pppThe Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Saturday carried out widespread raids on homes in different West Bank areas.

6. Journalists Abducted

The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested two Palestinian journalists while covering the weekly peaceful march in Kafer Qaddum village east of Qalqilia.

7. EU Demolished Facilities & Homes

pppThe Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) demolished nearly 70 Palestinian facilities within 48 hours in the Jordan Valley. Locals said on Friday that most of the demolished facilities were donated by the EU to Palestinians in the area as part of its humanitarian aid.

8. Live Fire on Demonstrators & Youth in Gaza


At least five Palestinian youths were injured Friday afternoon after Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) opened their machine gun fire at a group of youth East of Al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza Strip.

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#OccupiedPalestine #Briefing

PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 11, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

1. Activists Rally Against Israeli Attempts to Arrest Palestinian Refugees Overseas


Palestinian activists on Wednesday rallied outside the Red Cross headquarters in Jenin to urge the Palestinian embassy in Bulgaria not to extradite Omar al-Nayef to the Israeli occupation. The activists spoke out against Israeli attempts to arrest Palestinians taking refuge overseas.

2. Home Raids & Siege of Nahalin Village 

pppIsraeli occupation forces (IOF) maintained their siege on Nahalin village, west of Bethlehem, on Wednesday for the second day. The IOF soldiers closed all entrances to the village with cement cubes and military barricades, blocked all traffic in or out of the village, and searched many houses.

3. Funeral of 16-Year-Old, Omar Yousef Jawabra, Killed by#Extrajudicial_Execution 


A 16-year-old Palestinian boy was killed by Israeli occupation forces’ gunfire in al-Aroub refugee camp in northern al-Khalil at noon Wednesday. The Palestinian health ministry said that the boy, Omar Yousef Jawabra, was fatally shot during confrontations with the IOF soldiers in the refugee camp this morning.


pppThe Palestinian prisoner Ismail Arouj, 33, was severely tortured and beaten in Maskoubiya investigation center, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) revealed Wednesday. Arouj, from Bethlehem district, was arrested in March 2014. He was moved to Maskoubiya investigation center after his wife’s detention on January 21 this year.

5. Update on Hunger Striking Journalist, Mohamad Al Qeiq 

DSCF1518The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society on Wednesday said Israel was “not showing attention or willingness” to solve the case of Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq as he entered day 77 on hunger strike. The society reiterated that the Palestinian prisoner remained in critical condition, slamming Israel for failing to make serious steps in his case and holding Israeli authorities “completely responsible” for al-Qiq’s life.

6. International Criminal Court (ICC) Update 


Four Palestinian human rights organisations whose mandate it is to pursue justice and accountability, delivered a communication pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute to the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights, Al-Haq, Aldameer, and the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights provided evidence of the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Rafah between 1 and 4 August 2014 following the invocation of the controversial Hannibal Directive by the Israeli military forces. Unlawful attacks against the Palestinian civilian population and their infrastructure and property ensued, killing 255 Palestinians, including 212 civilians.

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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)

ppp1. 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.

ppp2. 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.

ppp3. 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.

ppp4. 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.

ppp5. 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

pppAt 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

pppPalestinians 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

pppThe 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.”

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PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 9, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

1. Child Abductions

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Tuesday morning kidnapped two schoolgirls claiming they intended to stab Israelis in Gush Etzion settlement, and in Jerusalem.


2. Abductions 

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Monday overnight have kidnapped 18 Palestinian youths from cities across the occupied West Bank.

 ppp3. Attacks on Gaza Fishermen

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Monday have opened fire towards farmers east of Al-Breij camp, central Gaza, and the fishermen off Al-Sudaniyya shores.

pp4. Home Demolition

Israeli forces on Tuesday demolished more than 10 Palestinian homes and structures in the village of Khirbet Tana east of Nablus, where residents have lived in an area declared as an Israeli military “firing zone” for decades.

5. Mohammad Al-Qeiqpp

Palestinian activists on Tuesday morning rallied outside the U.N. headquarters in the central occupied West Bank of Ramallah in solidarity with Palestinian hunger-striker Muhammad al-Qeiq.

13-year-old-palestinian-ahmed-manasra-is-seen-at-355766-660x330-16. Palestinian Children in Israeli Prisons

At least 450 Palestinian children are locked up in Israeli jails, the Prisoners’ and Ex-prisoners’ Committee reported Monday. According to the committee, 95% of Palestinian children incarcerated in Israeli prisons have been subjected to harsh psycho-physical torture during the detention and investigation procedures.

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PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 8, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

organ-6201. Palestinian Victims Body’s Returned

Israeli occupation forces on Sunday announced they would return the bodies of two Palestinians from Jerusalem who were shot dead by Israeli forces most likely byExtrajudicial Execution followed by accusations of “attacks.” The victims were identified as Ahmad Abu Shaaban and Musab Ghazali. Tel Aviv was holding Shaaban’s remains for more than 100 days. Ghazali’s remains were held for more than 30 days.

Fears are common now among Palestinian family’s of the victims, that the Israeli occupation will harvest the organs of their loved ones whose bodies are not returned. Tel Aviv has already been caught stealing the organs of slain Palestinian victims, as in the case of 22-year-old Mohammad Shamasneh.

p2. Closure & Confiscation

Israeli occupation on Sunday gave a notice of “closure and confiscation” on the family homes of four Palestinians aged 16-19 accused of throwing stones at Israeli forces.

p3. Palestinian Resistance, Hamas

Hamas Movement has expressed its appreciation to Venezuela’s ambassador to the UN, Rafael Ramirez, for calling on members of the Security Council to visit the besieged Gaza Strip.

p.png 24. Political Prisoner Journalists 

Palestinian Prisoners Society revealed on Sunday that there are 18 Palestinian journalists held in Israeli jails including Mohammad al-Qeiq who has been on hunger strike for 75 days.

p.png 25. Occupation Lawsuits Against Palestinian

Israeli magistrate court in Beersheba held a session on Sunday to decide on a lawsuit filed by Israeli authorities against residents of al-Araqib unrecognized Arab village in the Negev.

p6. Targeted Youth in OPT

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Sunday morning  shot and injured a  youth who reportedly stabbed an Israeli soldier near the bus station in Ashkelon (occupied Askalan) inside the green line.

7. Mohammad Al-Qeiq

Palestinian administrative prisoner and journalist, Mohammad Al-Qiq on Sunday refused an Israeli offer to release him on May 1 in return for suspending his hunger strike, the Prisoners’ Committee said Sunday.


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PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 6, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

1. Attempted Murder at an Illegal Israeli Checkpoint

A Palestinian youth was shot and injured by the Israeli occupation troops. Tel Aviv accuses him of stabbing an Israeli soldier near the central bus station in Ashkelon city, in western 1948 Occupied Palestine, on Sunday morning. But we doubt those accusations. Knife stabbing is the most common cover-up for the new Zionist “shoot to kill” policy, which seemingly exempts Israeli’s from all punishment for their Extrajudicial Executions of Palestinians.


2. Solidarity Campaign in UK 

pppSit-in tents were pitched Saturday by the Palestinian Assembly in Germany (PAG) across German cities in solidarity with hunger-striking journalist, al-Qeiq, and in protest at Israeli crimes against Palestinian children.

3. #FreeAlQeeq

Israeli doctors say that Palestinian hunger striker Muhammad al-Qeiq could die at any minute after 74 consecutive days of hunger strike at Afula hospital.


4. Israeli Invasion of the OPT

pppEight Palestinians Saturday evening were injured in severe clashes in Qabatya town to the south of Jenin city.


5. New Israeli Settlement Plan


Iroshalim Hebrew newspaper disclosed a new settlement project plan to be constructed over a land owned by a Greek Orthodox Church in Abu Tour district in eastern occupied Jerusalem.

6. Gaza Resistance Tunnels

pppIsrael’s energy minister Yuval Steinitz called for following the Egyptian model of flooding Gaza border in order to find out and destroy resistance tunnels.


7. Amnesty International Statement

Amnesty International on Friday called for the release of 17-year-old Palestinian Muhammad al-Hashlamoun, one of two minors the group says Israel is holding without charge or trial under administrative detention.



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PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 2nd, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

1. Settler Attacks on Palestinians & Their Property

pppA group of Israeli extremist settlers brutally attacked Tuesday morning a young Palestinian man while passing near the illegally built Kiryat Arba settlement, east of al-Khalil. The 21-year-old Mohamed Hadad was severely beaten and brutally attacked by a number of settlers for unknown reasons

2. Raids & Abductions 

ppp   The Israeli occupation forces last night and at dawn Tuesday carried out arrests and raids on homes in different West Bank areas.




3. Attacks on Fishermen in Gaza Waters

On Monday evening, the Israeli occupation navy opened fire at the beach of central Gaza and caused material damage to some moored fishing boats there.


4. Hunger Striking Political Prisoners

pppThe head of the legal unit of Palestine said the Israeli prosecution submitted its decision to the Israeli Supreme Court Secretary on the issue of captive hunger striking political prisoner and journalist, Mohammad al-Qeiq, which stipulates for keeping him arrested illegally under administrative detention and without charges.

5. Fines

pppIsraeli Central Court issued house arrest and 10,000-Shekels fine on a 16-year-old Jerusalemite boy, Milad Mousa Najib and his mother from Kafr Aqeb in Ocupied Jerusalem.



6. Home Demolitions

pppIsraeli occupation forces onTuesday demolished two Palestinian homes in occupied East Jerusalem.Witnesses said that large numbers of Israeli soldiers and police officers raided the village of Sur Bahir, surrounding a home in the Wadi Abu al-Hummus area of the village and closing off nearby roads before carrying out its demolition.

7. IOF Abductions in West Bank

pppThe Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested Monday ten Palestinians from al-Khalil to the south of the West Bank, and notified a number of Palestinian facilities with demolition.



8. IOF Abductions & Live Fire

pppIsraeli soldiers kidnapped, onTuesday , twenty-three Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank, including one Palestinian, after the army shot and injured him, in Qabalan village, south of Nablus. One Palestinian was injured after Israeli colonists attacked him in Hebron.

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PALESTINE POST: Briefing Feb. 1st, 2016

Palestine Post brings you live, breaking news and daily briefings on Israeli war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)

1. Extrajudicial Shooting 

 Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) shot a Palestinian man, while driving his car. The IOF claim he alleged attempted a hit-and-run operation against Israeli soldiers close to Mobeh Horon settlement near Occupied Jerusalem. However, the only victim was the Palestinian man and he was seriously injured.

2. Illegal Siege in Ramallah 

ppThe Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) imposed Sunday a tight siege on Ramallah and al-Bireh claiming they have intelligence information over potential attacks on Israeli soldiers and settlers in the area earlier Sunday.

3. Settler Violence Against Palestinians & Their Property


A Palestinian youth was injured while another was captured Sunday evening as clashes erupted in Bethlehem to the south of occupied West Bank after Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian homes.

4. Update on Political Prisoners Hunger Strikes 

ppThe imprisoned journalist Mohamed al-Qeiq declared Sunday evening his total rejection of any Israeli offer to stop his 68-day hunger strike. The Palestinian journalist has been on hunger strike for 68 days to protest his administrative detention without trial or charge. He has been held in the Israeli Afula Hospital since his health started worsening.

ppTwo Palestinian prisoners went on hunger strike on Sunday in protest against Israeli policies of illegal as well as administrative detention. Detainee Zahra is striking in protest against the continuation of his arrest despite the fact that he finished his sentence on January 15. He is also held at solitary confinement, the lawyer pointed out.

5. Home Raids & Abductions 

ppThe Israeli occupation forces (IOF) carried out last night and at dawn Sunday arrests and raids on homes in some West Bank areas, mainly in al-Khalil province. Local sources in al-Khalil said that Israeli soldiers stormed and ransacked the house of Mahmoud al-Qawasmi, who works as a sports announcer at al-Khalil radio, before abducting him.

6. Palestinian Youth Detained 

ppIsraeli soldiers detained a male, Palestinian youth near the Gush Etzion intersection south of Bethlehem on Sunday afternoo

7. UN Censorship

ppThe United Nation (UN)’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has once again censured the Israeli occupation’s decades-long occupation of the Palestinian territories and illegal settlement construction on the occupied lands.

8. Home Raids & Abductions in Hebron

Israeli soldiers invaded, earlier Sunday, the southern West Bank district of Hebron, searched homes and kidnapped eight Palestinians. The soldiers also invaded Bethlehem city and kidnapped two others.


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