Israeli soldiers demolished, on Tuesday morning, Palestinian structures in Beit Hanina town, north of Jerusalem, and bulldozed lands in Jabal al-Mokabber, south of the city.
Eyewitnesses said several army vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the al-Ashqariyya neighborhood in Beit Hanina, before bulldozing and uprooting Palestinian lands.
The soldiers also demolished a shed, in addition to a bran, in Jabal al-Mokabber.
The army claimed the structures were installed without a permit from the City Council, in occupied Jerusalem.about:blankFacebook URL
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It is worth mentioning that the soldiers also invaded the al-Jeeb town, northwest of Jerusalem, and searched many cars, in addition to stopping many residents and cars near Beit Iksa town, and interrogated the Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
Several fanatic illegal Israeli colonists invaded, Tuesday, Palestinian orchards in Jaloud town, and uprooted dozens of olive trees, in addition to uprooting trees and installing a barn on lands near Einabus town.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian Authority official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in northern West Bank said the colonists came from Kida outpost, which was built on stolen lands owned by Jaloud residents.
Daghlas added that the assailants cut and uprooted dozens of olive trees, around 60 years old, in Basin 18, in the southern area of the town.
He also said that the colonists cut more than 25 trees and installed a barn, on land owned by Nasreddin Allan, in the as-Soma’a area in Einabus.
On Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers demolished Palestinian structures in Beit Hanina town, north of Jerusalem, and bulldozed lands in Jabal al-Mokabber, south of the city.
Israeli soldiers abducted, on Monday at night and Tuesday at dawn, at least twelve Palestinians from several parts of the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported.
The PPS office in Jenin, in northern West Bank, said the soldier invaded Jaba’ town, searched homes and abducted two siblings, identified as Sari and Obeida Fashafsha.
It added that the soldiers caused excessive property damage to the invaded homes, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
The soldiers also abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Ali Abu Bakr, from Qaffin town, after stopping him at a military roadblock near Ya’bad town, south of Jenin.
In Tulkarem, also in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Ahmad Shabrawi, 26, from his home in Khallet Assaf area near Nur Shams refugee camp.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, searched homes, and abducted Qussai Ahmad Abu Hashem, 19, in addition to Majed Abdul-Aziz al-Hindi.
The soldiers also stormed and ransacked many homes in Hebron city, in addition to the towns of Beit Ola and Doura.
In Ramallah, in central West Bank, the soldiers abducted Nidal Khaled Barghouthi and Mo’men Kifah Barghouthi, from their homes in Kobar town, northwest of the city.
On Monday at night, the soldiers stopped four young men in a car while trying to cross Atara military roadblock, north of Ramallah, and repeatedly assaulted them, before abducting them. Their names remained unknown at the time of this report.
On Tuesday morning, armored Israeli military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded and uprooted Palestinian agricultural lands, east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza.
Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Hamas Islamic Resistance Movement on Tuesday condemned the terrorist attack in Vienna, describing it as “appalling and coward”.
In a statement issued on its official website on Tuesday, the movement said that “intimidating civilians and killing innocents is not part of religion”, stressing that such attacks do not serve co-existence.
The statement added that the Palestinian people are aware of the danger of terrorism, especially that it’s been practiced against the Palestinian people by the occupation state on a daily basis.
Hamas also extended its condolences to the families of the victims.
Occupied Jaffa (QNN)- Israeli police on Monday arrested four Palestinian children who protested against the offensive cartoons in front of the French ambassador’s house in occupied Jaffa, before it released one of them and sent him to house arrest.
Local sources said the Israeli police arrested the three children, claiming that they caused a riot and threw stones.
the police extended the detention of the children, accusing them of rioting after they protested in front of the French ambassador’s house in the occupied city last Saturday.
Jaffa and “Tel Aviv” have seen large-scale protests against the offensive cartoons and Macron’s comments, which have been widely described as Islamophobic.
Occupied Palestine (QNN)- The Central Occupation Court in the occupied Jerusalem issued on Monday a decision that requires the Palestinian Authority to pay compensation of at least 13 million shekels to the family of an illegal settler and his wife who were killed in an operation in 2002, the occupation sources claim.
Three settlers were killed and 80 others were injured as a result of the operation.
The families of the settlers have filed a compensation complainant 16 years ago against the Palestinian Authority, claiming that the operation was carried out with direct support by the PA.
4040 Israeli site said, that the Occupation Court issued an unprecedented decision to hold the Palestinian Authority directly responsible for this operation two years ago. The site claimed it was proven that some Authority`s officials participated in planning the operation.
The Israeli occupation state had previously imposed fines on the Palestinian Authority. The fines have been deducted from funds transferred to the PA’s bank accounts in the occupation state.
Berlin (QNN)- A Palestinian child was killed in a knife attack in Berlin on Saturday night, according to the German police.
The Palestinian 13-year-old child Muhammad Amairi, migrated from Al Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, was killed during an attack at Berlin Park in Berlin’s Mitte district.
A 45-year-old man with Turkish nationality pulled a knife during a fight between a group of young men ad injured the 13-year-old child and a 22-year-old young man before he fled. The 22-year-old was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.
“So far there is no evidence of the cause of the confrontation, especially none Hints to any racist motive”, Said the prosecutor on Twitter.
The Israeli occupation authorities have served eviction notices to dozens of Palestinian facilities and shops, giving them until 30 December to leave before the demolitions are carried out
Israeli occupation government approved plans on Monday to build new illegal settlement project on the ruins of Palestinian properties, businesses in occupied Jerusalem’s Wadi Al-Joz neighbourhood.
Although Israel claims that the new development will be built in “Silicon Valley” local Palestinians point out that it will be built upon the ruins of more than 200 shops and other properties owned by Palestinians, noting that Israel refers to Wadi Al-Joz as Silicon Valley hide its crimes.
Most of these properties have been there since before the 1967 Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem. At least 500 acres of Palestinian-owned land will be confiscated.
The $600 million project allocates 250,000 square metres to “real estate for high-tech companies” as well as a further 100,000 square metres split between “shopping centres” and “hotels.”
It falls within the “East Jerusalem City Centre” master project, approved by the Israeli occupation’s planning and zoning committee in April. New roads and a light railway are part of the scheme, and a settler park will be constructed near Kedron Valley to the south of the city.
The Israeli occupation authorities have served eviction notices to dozens of Palestinian facilities and shops, giving them until 30 December to leave before the demolitions are carried out.
Local Palestinians have warned that the project will further isolate their neighbourhoods in Jerusalem, altering the city’s landscape and erasing the historic Arab character of its markets and business districts.
While Israel claims that the project will serve the Palestinians and improve their conditions, the Palestinian Authority has condemned it.
The PA pointed out that it is part of Israel’s plans to Judaise the city and pave the way for illegal settlers to take over Palestinian lands and businesses.
“Israel‘s focused and systematic plunder of occupied Jerusalem persists unabated, in violation of international law and proclaimed positions of states worldwide,” said Hanan Ashrawi of the Palestine Liberation Organisation.
“This is an outrageous and criminal plan that will devastate 200 Palestinian businesses in the area and deprive hundreds of Palestinians of their livelihood,” PLO official added.
The planning application was approved as Israel prepares to annex large swathes of the West Bank in line with the US-touted “deal of the century,” which regards Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and endorses the Zionist state’s occupation, colonialism and apartheid imposed on the indigenous Palestinian people.
Israeli occupation forces carry out such arbitrary arrests almost every day
Israeli army forces arrested two Palestinian women in overnight raids in the occupied West Bank on Monday, according to family members and NGO.
Israeli forces stormed the home of Shatha Tawil, a 21-year old student at Birzeit University, in the city of al-Bireh, her mother told Anadolu Agency.
“Israeli military forces stormed our house after midnight to arrest my daughter,” the mother said.
“We are worried about the safety of our youngest daughter. This is a violation of human rights. The storming of our house and daughter’s detention is an affront to the sanctity of us as humans,” the mother said.
According to her family, the young Palestinian girl is currently held at the Ofer military prison.
Israeli forces also arrested prominent woman activist Khitam al-Saafin in a pre-dawn raid on her home in the town of Beitunia, west of Ramallah.
“We condemn the arrest of al-Saafin, the head of the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees and secretariat member of the General Union of Palestinian Women,” the union said in a statement.
The reason for the arrests is still unknown.
According to Palestinian estimates, there are 4,400 Palestinian detainees in Israeli prisons, including 39 women, 155 children and around 350 held under Israel’s administrative detention policy, which allows holding Palestinians without charge.