Israeli Soldiers Shoot Four Palestinians, Abduct Four, In Bethlehem

Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday morning, the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, shot four young men with live fire, in addition to storming and searching homes, before abducting two Palestinians. The army also abducted two young men from their homes in Doha city, west of Bethlehem.

The Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA) has reported that the soldiers invaded many alleys and neighborhoods in Deheishe refugee camp, leading to protests.

It added that the soldiers fired live round and gas bombs, wounding four young Palestinian men with live fire.

During the invasion, the soldiers stormed and ransacked a few homes, before abducting Shehab Hasan Mizhir, 45, and Mohammad Nidal Abu ‘Aker, 26.

The soldiers also abducted Mohammad Rafat Abu ‘Aker, 27, and his brother, Na’im, 26, from their homes in Doha city.

In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Eyad Rashid after invading and searching his home in Yatta town, south of the city.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Including Three Who Suffered Serious Wounds, Soldiers Injure Four Palestinians In Qalandia

Israeli soldiers invaded, earlier on Monday, Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied East Jerusalem, shot and injured four Palestinians, including three who suffered serious wounds, and abducted two young men.

Media sources said undercover Israeli soldiers infiltrated into the refugee camp, before storming and ransacking a few homes, and abducted Moath Khaled Hamad, along with his brother, Mohammad, in addition to shooting and seriously wounded their brother with a live round in the abdomen.

Protests erupted in the refugee camp after the invasion, especially when a regular army unit stormed the refugee camp, and the soldiers shot three young men, including two who suffered serious wounds.

The two seriously wounded Palestinians were shot with live rounds in the chest, while the third was shot in the thigh. All three were rushed to Palestine Medical Complex, in Ramallah.

In related news, the soldiers invaded, the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, shot four young men with live fire, in addition to storming and searching homes, before abducting two Palestinians. The army also abducted two young men from their homes in Doha city, west of Bethlehem.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Army Abducts Four Palestinians In Qalqilia And Jerusalem

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Israeli soldiers abducted, Monday, three Palestinians from Qalqilia, in northern West Bank, and one from occupied Jerusalem, instantly after his release after he was held captive for more than five years.

Media sources in Qalqilia said several army jeeps invaded Kafr Thulth village, before storming and searching homes, and abducted Adel Sameeh Shawahna, 21, along with Morad Ammar Shawahna, 19.

They added that the soldiers also searched homes in Azzoun town, east of Qalqilia, and abducted Abdul-Razeq Emad Sweidan, 17.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted Osama Mahmoud Rajabi, shortly after his release from the Negev detention camp after he spent five years in captivity.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied East Jerusalem in the West Bank, shot and injured four Palestinians, including three who suffered serious wounds, and abducted two young men.

In related news, the soldiers invaded, the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, south of Jerusalem, shot four young men with live fire, in addition to storming and searching homes, before abducting two Palestinians. The army also abducted two young men from their homes in Doha city, west of Bethlehem.

On Sunday evening, the soldiers invaded the al-‘Isawiya town, in Jerusalem, and fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinians, who were celebrating the release of a political prisoner.

The soldiers also installed a military roadblock near the al-Arba’in Mosque, in the center of the town, before stopping and searching dozens of residents and cars, in addition to closing a main road.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Israeli Soldiers Demolish Two Rooms Near Bethlehem

Israeli soldiers demolished, Monday, two rooms, built on private Palestinian lands in the al-Minya village, southeast of the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The army also ordered the removal of tents in the Northern Plains.

Zayed Kawazba, the head of al-Minya Village Council, said the soldiers demolished two rooms, built using bricks and iron roofs, owned by Jasser Abdul-Hamid Aramin.

He added that the army demolished the two rooms under the pretext of being built without a permit from the so-called “Civil Administration Office,” the administrative branch of Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Bank.

The soldiers have recently escalated their violations and invasions in the village, including the searching and ransacking property, in addition to destroying structures, handing demolition orders and confiscating property.

In related news, the soldiers invaded Hammamat al-Maleh area, in the West Bank’s Northern Plains, and ordered the residents to remove tents that were installed by the “Wall and Colonization Resistance Commission,” to provide vital services to the residents, subject to frequent invasions, demolitions and displacement.

Furthermore, the soldiers abducted three Palestinians from Qalqilia, in northern West Bank, and one from occupied Jerusalem, instantly after his release after he was held captive for more than five years.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied East Jerusalem in the West Bank, shot and injured four Palestinians, including three who suffered serious wounds, and abducted two young men.

The soldiers also invaded, the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, south of Jerusalem, shot four young men with live fire, in addition to storming and searching homes, before abducting two Palestinians. The army also abducted two young men from their homes in Doha city, west of Bethlehem.

On Sunday evening, the soldiers invaded the al-‘Isawiya town, in Jerusalem, and fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinians, who were celebrating the release of a political prisoner.

The soldiers installed a military roadblock near the al-Arba’in Mosque, in the center of the town, before stopping and searching dozens of residents and cars, in addition to closing a main road.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Soldiers Shoot A Palestinian At Qalandia Terminal

Israeli soldiers shot and seriously injured a Palestinian, Monday, reportedly after he attempted to stab them, at the Qalandia terminal, north of occupied East Jerusalem.

The Israeli army claimed the man was walking toward the soldiers and refused to heed to their demands to stop, and “attempted to stab them.”

It added that the soldiers shot the Palestinian, inflicting serious wounds. The army did not report any injuries among the soldiers.

Following the incident, the soldiers closed the terminal, preventing the Palestinians from crossing in both directions, and forced them to leave.

It is worth mentioning that, earlier Monday, the army launched a massive invasion into Qalandia refugee camp, leading to protests.

Israeli Ynetnews has reported six border police officers were injured during the invasion, and claimed that the officers were attempting to arrest three Palestinians, believed to be members of what the army called a “car theft ring.”

It stated that the Border Police unit is specialized in what it called “covert operations in hostile territory,” and claimed that the Palestinians “hurled washing machines, and concrete blocks at the officers.”

During the early Monday invasion into the refugee camp, the soldiers shot four Palestinians, including three who suffered life-threatening wounds, and abducted two others.

In related news, the soldiers invaded, the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, south of Jerusalem, shot four young men with live fire, in addition to storming and searching homes, before abducting two Palestinians. The army also abducted two young men from their homes in Doha city, west of Bethlehem.

The army also abducted four Palestinians, three of them from Qalqilia, in northern West Bank, and one from occupied Jerusalem, who was taken prisoner instantly after his release after he was held captive for more than five years.

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In related news, the soldiers demolished two rooms, built on private Palestinian lands in the al-Minya village, southeast of the West Bank.

On December 4th, the soldiers killed a Palestinian child, identified as Ali Ayman Abu Alia, 13, during a peaceful march in his village of al-Mughayyir, northeast of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

University of Birmingham adopts IHRA definition of antisemitism

University of Birmingham has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism.

Union of Jewish Students (UJS), which represents Jewish students on college and university campuses in Great Britain, announced the decision in a statement they posted on Twitter on Wednesday.


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We are pleased that the @unibirmingham has adopted the IHRA definition of antisemitism.

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The IHRA definition has been formally adopted by the governments of the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Hungary, the United States, the European Parliament and more than 30 other countries.

“The adoption of the IHRA definition will go a long way in ensuring Jewish students are safeguarded from anti-Semitism on their campus,” said UJS in the statement.

“We will continue our work in ensuring all student unions and universities in the U.K. adopt this vital and comprehensive definition.”

Lancaster, Cambridge, Manchester Metropolitan and Buckingham New universities have also recently adopted the definition on their campuses.

Last week, English Premier League also adopted the definition “as part of its ongoing commitment to promote equality and diversity, and to combat discrimination of any form in football.”

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Four Palestinians injured by IOF during a raid

Ramallah (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces shot and injured four Palestinians during a raid today morning, in Qalandia camp, north of Jerusalem.

They were immediately placed for surgery, according to the Ministry of Health, in Ramallah hospital.

Israeli forces frequenrly raid Palestinian homes almost on a daily basis on the pretext of searching for a “wanted Palestinians.”

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Israel approves construction of 9,000 settlement units in Atarot

Israel has approved the construction of more than 9,000 settlement units in the Atarot Industrial Zone in the north of Jerusalem, Israeli media reported.

The construction work is scheduled to be completed before Jan. 20, when President-elect Joe Biden assumes office, before Trump’s departure from the White House.

This step came after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last month, in the first-ever visit by a US secretary of state.

Aviv Tatarsky, whose organization, Ir Amim, opposes settlement expansion, said that the plan had been held up for technical reasons but was now ready for discussion at Jerusalem’s local planning and building committee.

He also noted that such projects harm efforts to achieve a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the pre-1967 lines.

“The government is in a rush to advance huge settlements with the purpose of creating facts on the ground that will make it extremely difficult to realize a two state solution,” said Tatarsky.

He added, “But no amount of unilateral steps will erase the reality of millions of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation which is stepping ever closer to apartheid. The prosperity and well-being of Israelis will not benefit from the Atarot settlement but depend on undoing what Israeli governments have been doing for more than five decades.”

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Israeli soldiers wounded during raid into Qalandyia to save undercover soldiers

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Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth revealed that six Israeli soldiers were wounded today during a rid into Qalandyia refugee camp to save undercover soldiers.

The newspaper said an Israeli undercover unit raided the refugee camp at 8:30 am this morning to carry out an arrest campaign.

It added that the locals of the camp responded in violent confrontations, which pushed the Israeli unit to call for reinforcements.

The Israeli newspaper said young Palestinians threw “huge stones” from the roofs of their houses, causing injuries among the soldiers. Some of the soldiers have even passed out and sent to hospitals.

Israeli undercover unit, Musta’ribeen, is an elite unit that disguises themselves as Arabs or Palestinians. They are dressed like Palestinian protesters, speak with the same accents and expressions, and show the same mannerisms. Their faces covered with checkered keffiyehs or balaclavas, they chant against the Israeli army and sometimes throw stones in the direction of the soldiers, all while drawing in other protesters as they get closer and closer to the army. They are known to carry out arrests and assassinations.

The Ministry of Health had said that four young men were wounded by Israeli bullets in the refugee camp.

(Source / 07.12.2020)

Video| Israeli forces shoot young man at point-blank range

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Local sources said that Israeli forces opened fire at a young man at point-blank range at Qalandiya military checkpoint in occupied Jerusalem.

Video footage from the area shows Israeli forces opening fire at the armless young man and knocking him down. The condition of the young man has not been identified from Palestinian sources yet.

Israeli media claimed that the young man tried to carry out a stabbing attack and that he is in critical condition.

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Israeli occupation forces open gunfire and injure a #Palestinian young man at Qalandia checkpoint, at #Jerusalem-Ramallah road.

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