Armed settlers prepare for lynching attacks in occupied Lod

Occupied Lod (QNN)- Local sources said that confrontations erupted between native Palestinians and armed Israeli settlers in occupied Lod today.

The sources told Al Jarmaq News that the Israeli Shin Bet is carrying out a massive search operation to arrest Palestinians, who are confronting settlers.

Local sources told QNN that locals of Lod opened fire at Israeli border forces in Al Mihakkah neighborhood. Israeli forces broke into several houses searching for the shooters.

Activists from Um Al Fahem have called people to head to occupied Lod to protect it from settlers, who have been calling for mass lynching attacks against native Palestinians in the city.

In the same vein, the resistance in Gaza fired missiles at the occupied city, pushing groups of settlers to hide. Video footage showcases settlers, who were taking part in lynching attacks against Palestinians, escaping after hearing sirens.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

‘Israel’ kills 119 Gazans, including 31 children

Gaza (QNN)- The Ministry of Health in Gaza said that the number of martyrs in Gaza has climbed to 119, including 31 children and 19 women.

The Ministry of Health said that 830 citizens have been wounded as well in the Israeli aggression on Gaza.

The occupation state continues to target civilian targets in the besieged enclave, while the resistance retaliate striking occupied territories.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Palestinian driver shot dead by occupation forces near Ramallah

The Israeli occupation forces prevented medical aid to the driver who was left bleeding to death

Palestinian driver was shot dead on Friday by Israeli occupation forces in the village of Silwad, to the northeast of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

Occupation soldiers manning a checkpoint opened gunfire at the driver while attempting to pass through the checkpoint, critically injuring him before he succumbed to his wounds a couple of minutes later.

The slain driver was not yet identified, but witnesses reiterated that he did not carry out any suspicious acts before he was killed.

Clashes erupted with the Israeli occupation forces in the village in the aftermath of the deadly incident.

The clashes saw Israeli soldiers firing teargas and rubber-coated steal bullet at protesters causing many cases of suffocation from gas inhalation and tens of wounded in the lower part of their bodies.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Israeli occupation forces kill 7 Palestinian protesters in West Bank

At least, 14 of the wounded sustained critical injuries

Israeli occupation forces killed on Friday seven Palestinian protesters and wounded mover than 150 others, including 14 sustained critical wounds in occupied West Bank.

Thousands of Palestinians broke the restrictions imposed on the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and took to the streets in solidarity with the Palestinians enduring harsh Israeli offensive in the besieged Gaza Strip.

In an attempt to suppress the protesters, the Israeli occupation forces took over responsibility from the Palestinian Authority and violently attacked them.

Live ammunition mainly used in the violent crackdown on the protesters, who did not have arms and dud not use weapons. They only threw stones at the Israeli soldiers who harassed them.

Palestinians in the occupied West Bank had been unable to take to the streets before the Friday prayer due to the tight restrictions imposed on them by the Palestinian Authority.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Israeli bombarding of Gaza continues, death toll rises to 119, injuries to 830

Civil Defence officers evacuated bodies of a woman and her three sons, who were killed in an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahiya.

Israeli occupation continued on Friday bombarding Gaza Strip with air strikes and artillery shells, ignoring international calls for calm, raising death toll to 119 and injuries to over 830.

According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, the number of deaths climbed to 119, including 31 children, 19 women, in addition to 830 were wounded.

This came after fierce Israeli bombardment across the Gaza Strip, mainly the northern cities of Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahiya, where several homes collapsed over the heads of residents.

Civil Defence officers evacuated bodies of a woman and her three sons, who were killed in an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahiya.

Another family consisted of the mother and her five children were retrieved last night from under the rubble of their house also in the same city.

In the southern Gaza city of Rafah, a family of five members, including four children were evacuated dead from under the rubble of their home.

At least 100,000 civilians were internally displaced due to the continuous Israeli strikes in the south, north and central Gaza Strip.

Palestinians marked the first day of the Eid al-Fitr religious holiday on Thursday under relentless aerial bombardment.

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(Source / 14.05.2021)

Rep. Mark Pocan: It’s not difficult to condemn the murder of Palestinian children

Days of Palestine – Washington – Mark Pocan,  an American politician and businessman serving as the U.S. Representative from Wisconsin’s 2nd congressional district since 2013, Tuesday commented on a Tweet by Ilhan Omar that it should not be this difficult to condemn the murder of Palestinian children.

Rep. Mark Pocan@repmarkpocan

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This came after Ilhan Omar tweeted that Palestinian children deserve advocates for their humanity, safety, and security. No exceptions.

The Israeli occupation military has continued its bombardment of the besieged Gaza Strip on Tuesday, targeting several areas in the enclave.

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The Ministry of Health in Gaza said at least 32 Palestinians – including 10 children – were killed in Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip since late on Monday.

Israeli warplanes launched a series of air raids on various areas in the besieged enclave that started with fatal strikes in the northern city of Beit Hanun.

Palestinian resistance factions in Gaza had fired a barrage of rockets at Israeli targets earlier on Monday in retaliation to the Israeli attacks on the Aqsa Mosque and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Occupied East Jerusalem over the past few days.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Belgian Minister: Israeli violence towards the Palestinians is criminal and intolerable

Days of Palestine – Brussels – Belgian State Minister André Flahaut called for severe penalties to stop the unequal and lethal Israeli violence against the Palestinians, which he described as “intolerable and criminal.”

He continued in press statements, today, Tuesday that there is a need for severe sanctions to ensure respect for international law, and not just words, but strong and concrete actions.

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The Belgian minister added that we cannot allow Israel to continue killing civilians and children and destroying all hopes for peace day after day.

The Israeli occupation forces continue to attack the worshipers in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, storm its chapels, and restrict the worshipers in the vicinity of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and has also increased their harassment of Jerusalemites and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

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As a result of the Israeli bombing of homes and commercial establishments in Gaza, 28 civilians, including 10 children, were killed.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Report: Israel destroys 500 housing and 52 government headquarters

Days of Palestine – Gaza – The Government Media Office said that the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip caused great material losses and extensive destruction of the infrastructure and the homes of citizens.

The office stated that the bombing hit towers, houses, and residential homes, which reached more than 500 housing units, between total and partial demolitions, in addition to at least 1,000 housing units being damaged with moderate to slight damage as a result of the continuous bombing.

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It referred to the bombing of three residential towers completely and damaging 12 media headquarters in one of these towers, as well as other institutions, societies, and offices.

It confirmed the bombing of 52 government headquarters, which varied between police headquarters, security and service facilities, most notably the police headquarters in Gaza City.

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It pointed out that 7 schools, a number of primary health care clinics, and the water desalination plant in North Gaza were severely damaged as a result of the heavy bombing in their vicinity.

“The bombing of animal farms, agricultural lands, wells, and irrigation networks, with an initial loss of $ 1 million, in addition to the bombing of streets and infrastructure represented by electricity, water, and sanitation networks and transformers, with initial losses amounting to two million dollars,” the Office confirmed.

The statement documented that more than 50 cars and private transportation were completely and partially damaged, with an approximate value of half a million dollars in losses.

It pointed out that the occupation continues to close commercial crossings in the Gaza Strip and to prevent fishermen from descending into the sea.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Israeli warplanes bomb National Bank in Gaza

Days of Palestine – Gaza – Israeli occupation warplanes bombed, this evening, Wednesday, the National Bank, the Central Governorate branch.

Local sources reported that the Israeli warplanes bombed at least two missiles at the National Bank, on the main Salah El-Din Street in Al-Bureij camp.

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Since the morning hours, Israeli warplanes bombed many government headquarters and installations, in addition to towers and a number of citizens’ homes.

(Source / 14.05.2021)

Gaza: Death toll from Israel’s aggression climbs to 83 victims

Days of Palestine – Gaza – The death toll from Israel’s ongoing aggression against the impoverished Gaza Strip rose on Wednesday evening to at least 83 Palestinians, including 17 children and seven women.

Israel’s military aggression, which entered the fourth day in a row, has also wounded a total of 487 civilians, some seriously, according to the latest developments on the ground as covered by field reporters for the Days of Palestine.

Read More: Gaza: Death toll from Israel’s aggression climbs to 119 victims

Israeli occupation warplanes launched raids beginning late Monday in the Gaza Strip in an offensive the army called Operation Guardians of the Wall.

Israeli warplanes launched a series of air raids on various areas in the besieged enclave that started with fatal strikes in the northern city of Beit Hanun.

Read More: Death toll from Israeli attacks on Gaza Strip rises to 53

Palestinian resistance factions in Gaza had fired a barrage of rockets at Israeli targets earlier on Monday in retaliation to the Israeli attacks on the Aqsa Mosque and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Occupied East Jerusalem over the past few days.

Tensions have been running high in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem since last week after an Israeli court ordered the evictions of Palestinian families.

Palestinians protesting in solidarity with residents of Sheikh Jarrah have been targeted by Israeli forces. ​​​​​​

Israel occupied East Jerusalem during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and annexed the entire city in 1980 – a move that has never been recognized by the international community. 

(Source / 14.05.2021)