Undercover Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Saturday evening, three young Palestinian men in the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic) has reported.
Silwanic stated the undercover soldiers ambushed the three Palestinians near the al-Makassed Hospital, in Jerusalem, and kidnapped them after threatening to shoot them along with other Palestinians during the attack.
It added that the soldiers hurled several concussion grenades at Palestinians during the attack, before kidnapping the three young men, who have been identified as Rami Salahuddin, 21, Luay al-Kiswani, 22, and Abdullah al-Hadra, 25.
Israeli soldiers, stationed across the perimeter fence, fire many live rounds at Palestinian farmers, Sunday, while working on their lands east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Eyewitnesses said the soldiers fired sporadic rounds of live ammunition into the farmlands in the al-Fakhari area, east of Khan Younis.
They added that the attack did not lead to casualties but forced the Palestinians out of their lands in fear of further Israeli military violence.
It is worth mentioning that the army frequently attacks farmers, shepherds, workers, and fishermen along the easter parts of the coastal region and in Palestinian territorial waters, leading to dozens of casualties, including fatalities, in addition to preventing the Palestinians from tending to their lands and from fishing to provide for their families.
In March of this year, the Palestinian Interior Ministry in Gaza said Israeli mines were responsible for an explosion that led to the death of three fishermen.
Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, a Palestinian Bedouin community near the Taybeh village, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, before demolishing and confiscating several residential tents.
Local activist Fares Ka’abna told the WAFA Palestinian News Agency that a large military force surrounded the community before invading it.
He added that the soldiers demolished and confiscated several residential tents owned by Abdul-Hafith Ka’abna and his son Ibrahim, providing shelter for fifteen family members.
Ka’abna stated that the soldiers also confiscated various belongings owned by the family, before leaving the area.
He also said that the army frequently invades the community, removed and demolishes residential tents and barns, however, the soldiers started confiscating the removed tents and sheds to prevent the Palestinians from reusing them.
Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, several Palestinian homes and a carpentry workshop, and summoned three Palestinians for interrogation, in Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Media sources in Hebron said the soldiers invaded Sa’ir town, north of the city, before storming and violently searching the home on Saqer Jaradat, and summoned him for interrogation.
They added that the soldiers also invaded and searched a carpentry workshop, owned by Mohammad Jaradat, in the town.
In Hebron city, the soldiers also invaded and searched several homes before summoning Abdul-Aziz al-Haddad and Naji Abu Khalaf, for interrogation.
In addition, the soldiers installed military roadblocks at the main entrance of the ath-Thaheriyya town, south of Hebron, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
The Israeli government decided to expand an illegal Israeli colony, built on Palestinian land, near Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, to increase its size by fivefold.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s illegal activities in northern West Bank, said the so-called “Civil Administration Office,” the administrative branch of Israel’s illegal occupation, has officially approved the construction of 534 additional units in Shvut Rachel illegal colony.
Daghlas stated that the illegal colony was built on private Palestinian lands in the year 2005 and added that the new constructions are planned to be built on around 400 Dunams, owned by the villagers of Jaloud, south of Nablus.
The official said Israel continues to challenge the International Community by escalating its violations against the Palestinians and their lands in occupied Palestine and is ongoing with its violations of International Law, the Fourth Geneva Convention, various United Nations and Security Council resolutions, in addition to several treaties.
Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Resistance faction condemned the Israeli crime, murdering Ibtisam Ka’abneh, a 28-year-old mother and former prisoner, at Qalandiya military checkpoint today.
Ka’abneh is a mother, who had spent 18 months in Israeli jails.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) said that what happened was a crime committed with cold blood, as Israeli forces at the checkpoint opened fire at he directly and left her bleeding until she died, preventing medical crews from reaching her.
In a statement issued today, the PFLP added that all forms of Israeli crimes and violations require Palestinians to unite. It also called for escalating all forms of resistance against the Israeli army and settlers, stressing that “the Israeli systematic crimes will never scare our people or prevent it from continuing to resist until ending the occupation.”
The Popular Resistance Committees stated that the Israeli crime, which as committed today before the eyes of the world, is a clear evidence that resistance is the only language that the Israelis understand and the only way to curb their crimes against Palestinians, especially women and children.
Meanwhile, theIslamic Jihad (IJ) movement stated that the Israeli forces “continue to commit heinous crimes against our people in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, ignoring the minimal rights of our people”.
Washington (QNN)- 514 journalists in the United States signed a letter calling for truthful reporting on the situation in Palestine and stressing that “finding truth and holding the powerful to account are core principles of journalism.”
“We are calling on journalists to tell the full, contextualized truth without fear or favor, to recognize that obfuscating Israel’s oppression of Palestinians fails this industry’s own objectivity standards”, the letter read.
It also highlighted the bias of most American media outlets and the language, which uses terms that do not reflect reality, however it conveys misleading news.
“Take, for example, the language used in the recent coverage of East Jerusalem neighborhood Sheikh Jarrah. Media outlets often refer to forced displacement of Palestinians living there — illegal under international law and potentially a war crime — as “evictions.”
The letter added that most of the times media outlets repeat Israeli claims regarding attacks on Gaza without even asking for evidence or proof, despite clear examples where Israeli officials spread false information.
The signigators includes journalists from different media outlets, including leading TV channels and newspapers, like Al Jazeera, ABC News, BuzzFeed, Vice News, TIME, Jewish Currents, Mondoweiss, The Intercept, and The Washington Post.
Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Human rights watchdogs revealed that the occupation state arrested over 3100 native Palestinians throughout Palestine last May only.
In its monthly joint report, human rights organizations (The Committee of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, The Palestinian Prisoners’ Assocciation, Addameer, and Wadi Hilwweh Information Center), revealed that the occupation state escalated its arrest campaign throughout Palestine, arresting over 3100 native Palestinians, including 42 women and 471 children. Most arrests were carried out in the 1948-occupied cities with 2000 detainees, including 291 children.
The report said the Israeli arrests targeted all categories of the Palestinian society. In the West Bank, nearly 1100 citizens, including 180 children, were arrested, while in Jerusalem 677 were arrested.
Meanwhile, the occupation state issued 200 administrative detention orders, including 116 new ones.
The Israeli campaign raises the toll of political detainees in Israeli jails until the end of May to nearly 5300, including 40 women and nearly 250 children.