Today, Friday, the occupation forces suppressed participants in an anti-settlement rally and the seizure of land in the northern town of Asira, in the Nablus governorate.
Hundreds of residents of the governorate, and foreign peace activists, participated in the march called by the PLO factions, the institutions of the Nablus Governorate, the Wall Resistance and Settlement Authority, and raised Palestinian flags and slogans condemning the seizures of citizens ’lands and the violence and orgy of settlers in the area.
Participants in the march held Friday prayers, over the lands threatened by the seizure over the top of Mount Ebal, amid the Israeli occupation forces firing poison gas and rubber-coated bullets.
It is noteworthy that settlers placed two mobile homes on the top of Mount Ebal in the lands of the northern town of Asira in Basin No. (37), called the Khalat al-Daliyya region.
Israel’s relationship with Arab states does not depend on peace with the Palestinians, Israel’s Minister of Intelligence Eli Cohen told i24NEWSon Thursday.
He stressed that even if a peaceful solution with the Palestinians seems impossible, Arab states are going ahead in developing ties with Israel as they believe the main threat within the Middle East is Iran.
“We should be aware that the importance of oil and gas is decreasing, whereas the importance of technology is on the rise,” he expressed. “Therefore, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and others are interested in cooperation with Israel, it’s a matter of mutual interest.”
In a statement sent to mass media, Al-Khodari announced that the suffering of the residents whose homes were destroyed in 2014 is “complex” as they suffer from a lack of homes and from the consequences of the 14-year-long Israeli siege on Gaza.
Al-Khodari also added that more than 500 factories were seriously damaged during the Israeli offensive, noting that 85 per cent of these factories were: “Completely paralysed due to the retention of the Israeli siege.”
The Israeli occupation authorities in the southern West Bank district of Bethlehem, Friday, ordered a halt to construction works of two Palestinian-owned homes in the Al-Khader village, south of Bethlehem city.
Director for the Palestinian Committee Against Israel’s Apartheid Wall and Illegal Settlement Activities, Hassan Bureija, confirmed that the two homes are owned by Palestinian civilians, Nader Salah and Mohammad Salah, along with their family members.
Bureija stated that Israeli troops invaded the Al-Khader village and prevented three cement mixers and a cement pumping vehicle, from delivering cement to the under-construction home of Mohammad Salah.
The two homes are located in the Om Rokba neighborhood of Al-Khader village, which has recently seen increase in the demolition of Palestinian homes as well as blocking the construction of homes.
Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported that the pretext used for the stop construction order, was the lack of Israeli authorities’ permission to build in the area.
Israeli forces opened fire at Palestinians, on Friday afternoon, at the weekly protest against Israeli settlements and the annexation plan, in Kufur Qaddoum town, in the northern occupied West Bank district of Qalqilia, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.
Local activist, and Coordinator of the Local Popular Resistance Committee, Morad Eshteiwi, said that Israeli soldiers fired tear-gas canisters and rubber-coated steel rounds towards protestors marching against Israel’s illegal annexation schemes, and its settlement activities.
Dozens of demonstrators suffered the toxic effects of tear-gas inhalation, all of whom received treatment at the scene.
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Israeli forces, on Friday, attacked dozens of non-violent Palestinian protesters, holding a peaceful demonstration against Israel’s illegal colonial settlements, outside the village of Asira ash-Shamaliya, north of Nablus city in the northern occupied West Bank.
Correspondent for Palestinian WAFA News Agency said that Isareli soldiers fired tear-gas canisters, concussion grenades, and rubber-coated steel rounds at Palestinians and international activists protesting the occupation authorities’ plan to confiscate a plot of Palestinian-owned land near the village.
A plot of land where illegal Israeli settlers recently set up two caravans in an apparent prelude to the establishment of a new illegal outpost.
Demonstrators waved the flag of Palestine and chanted slogans condemning Israel’s colonial schemes in the occupied Palestinian Territory. The protestors also performed the weekly Muslim Friday prayer on the threatened land.
At least eleven protesters were reported to be injured, one of whom is, Hazem Yasin, the mayor of Asira ash-Shamaliya, who sustained fractures in the hand after being hit by a teargas canister.
Mayor Yasin was transferred to hospital for medical treatment.
Some suffered the toxic effects of tear-gas inhalation, some were injured from concussion grenades, while others were said to have bean beaten by Israeli soldiers with clubs.
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Dozens of Palestinians, on Thursday, choked on tear-gas fired by Israeli forces during invasions into different Palestinian towns areas, the Palestinian Information Center reported.
Local sources said that confrontations erupted between Palestinian civilians and the occupation army in Hebron (al-Khalil) City in the south, and Kafr Ni’ma village in the central West Bank city Ramallah.
The Israeli military opened heavy fire of tear-gas canisters, concussion grenades, and rubber-coated steel rounds towards the Palestinians resisting the military incursion into their towns.
Dozens were reported to have suffered the toxic effects of tear-gas inhalation, they were treated at the scene.
Ramallah (QNN)- A new statistical study by Palestine center for prisoners’ studies revealed that the occupation state has arrested 2250 Palestinians during the first half of this year.
The study stated that the arrests included 350 children, 69 women, 12 journalists, and 12 elderlies.
The arrests also included 35 patients and Palestinians with special needs, two members of the legislative council, and 58 arrests over Facebook posts.
Most arrests took place in Jerusalem with 1050 of all ages and categories. The spokesperson of the center added that Hebron came second with nearly 350 arrests. 42 Palestinians were also arrested from Gaza.
Meanwhile, the collective punishment policy has been escalated during the same period. The policy has been used against the families of Palestinian prisoners, demolishing their houses.
In the same context, arrests among children have increased to 350 cases, including 22 children under the age of 12, while some of them were shot by Israeli soldiers during their arrest.
The Israeli penalties on Palestinian children prisoners have been estimated at 150,000 NIS (nearly $45).
The study added that the occupation state continued to issue administrative detention orders although of the coronavirus crisis and the international appeals to end the unlawful policy, issuing 557 administrative detention orders during the first half of 2020.
The administrative detention orders targeted all segments of the Palestinian people, including children and women.
The occupation state continues to arrest 400 Palestinians under administrative detention, without charge or trial.