Israeli soldiers abducted, on Sunday at dawn, a senior political leader of the Fateh movement in Hebron, in southern West Bank, and a young man in Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank.
Media sources in Hebron said several Israeli army jeeps invaded Yatta town, south of the city, before storming and ransacking the home of Mohammad Khaled Shawahin, 50.
They added that Shawahin is a member of the Regional Council of Fathe movement in Yatta.
The soldiers also installed roadblocks in several areas of the Hebron governorate, before stopping and searching cars, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
The army also invaded Beit Jala city, west of Bethlehem, and abducted a young man, identified as Ibrahim Roumi, after the soldiers stormed his family’s home and ransacking it.
On Saturday at night, several Israeli colonizers, illegally squatting on Palestinian lands, assaulted a man and destroyed his car, while he was on his farmland, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
Media sources said the man, Ibrahim Hafeth Milhim, was working in his land in Jabal Abu ash-Shawareb mountain, in Kufur Ra’ey town, south of Jenin, when the colonizers invaded his land and assaulted him.
The man suffered various cuts and bruises before he was moved to a Palestinian hospital for treatment.
The colonizers also attacked and damaged his car while it was parked near his land and kept the car in their possession.
The Israeli assailants came from the illegal Mabo Dothan colony, which was built on stolen Palestinian lands in Ya’bad and Arraba towns.
Israeli soldiers attacked, on Sunday morning, many Palestinian detainees in the Negev Desert Detention camp, causing injuries.
The Palestinian Detainees’ Committee has reported that the soldiers invaded Section 2 of the detention camp, and violently searched it, causing damage to the detainee’s property, in addition to wounding some of them.
It added that the attack is part of ongoing Israeli violations against the detainees who are already facing dire and inhumane living conditions, denied basic rights guaranteed by International Law and all related treaties.
The detainees are frequently attacked, beaten up with clubs, in addition to being subject to gas bombs, concussion grenades, and even live rounds, and are frequently attacked with mace and taser guns.
Dozens of detainees are also held in solitary confinement, held in small, dirty cells, filled with bugs and insects, and are not fit for humans.
Most of the detainees in the Negev Detention Camp are held under arbitrary Administrative Detention orders without charges or trial.
Eyad Hraibat, 39-years-old, is currently in a coma in Soroka medical centre after the Israelis removed his prostate last June. He was injected with an unknown medical drug in 2014 that caused him complete paralysis and memory loss. #SaveEyad#FreePalestine
Sarah Wilkinson@swilkinsonbc·The israelis are increasing their abusive practices towards Palestinian prisoners, incl weaponising medical negligence to increase suffering
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Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Dozens Israeli settlers broke into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied Jerusalem earlier on Sunday.
Under the occupation forces protection, over 80 Israeli settlers broke into the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning break-in session.
The settlers have been entering through the Damascus Gate- which Palestinians call Bab al-Amoud Gate- till now, and they are provoking the Palestinian worshipers in the mosque courtyards by performing Talmudic prayers.
Local sources also said that the forces have arrested a Palestinian man at the courtyards of the mosque.
Israeli occupation authorities allow settler incursions to the mosque since 2003 under the forces protection, despite repeated objections and warnings by the Palestinian religious authorities as the visits provoke worshippers of the mosque.
Israeli forces always attack and assault Palestinian worhipers at the courtyards of the Mosque with sound grenades, rubber bullets and pepper gas.
The forces also station at the gates of the mosque and detain dozens of Palestinian young men and boys, after assaulting them.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest site in Islam which located in occupied Jerusalem.
Occupied Palestine (QNN)- 13 Palestinian prisoners remain in an open hunger strike in protest of their unfair administrative detention in Israeli jails without a charge or trial.
The Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs said on Sunday that 13 Palestinians prisoners in Israeli jails continue their hunger strike; the longest hunger-striker is 40-year-old Salem Ziadat who has been on hunger strike for 28 days.
Until yesterday, the number of the prisoners who started a hunger strike was 15 and today, the Commission said, the number of the hunger-striking prisoners became 13.
Around 40 Palestinian detainees started hunger strike since the start of 2021, in protest against Israel’s detention without a charge or trial.
Administrative detention is illegal under international law, however, the occupation state uses it to repress the Palestinian people.
‘Israel’ routinely uses administrative detention and has, over the years, placed thousands of Palestinians behind bars for periods ranging from several months to several years, without charging them, without telling them what they are accused of, and without disclosing the alleged evidence to them or to their lawyers.
Thus, the hunger strike is a method of a non-violent resistance which the prisoners use to protect their lives and their fundamental rights and a response to the occupation racist policies which they face in the prisons.
There are 4,850 Palestinian political prisoners held in Israeli jails, among the prisoners are 540 administrative detainees held without charge or trial, 225 child prisoners and 41 female prisoners.
In June only, 615 Palestinians, including 92 minors and 24 women, were detained by Israeli occupation, while 100 administrative detention orders were issued.
In 2020 only, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 4,634 Palestinians, among them 543 children and 128 women, in addition to issuing 1,114 administrative detention orders.
By the end of March 2021, the number of Palestinian prisoners and detainees reached 4,450, including 37 women, 140 children, and 440 administrative detainees.
By the end of May 2021, the number of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli jails reached 4,277 Palestinians, including 435 administrative detainees.
Occupied Palestine (QNN)- American supermodel from Dutch-Palestinian descent Bella Hadid has expressed love for her homeland, Palestine, saying she will not stop talking about “the oppression and pain that Palestinians systematically face.”
“A Palestinian girl on the cover of Vogue,” 24-year-old Hadid, who is a native of Los Angeles and a descendant of a Palestinian refugee family displaced in 1948, wrote in a post in her page on Instagram.
She continued, “I am happy to say: I will not stop talking about the oppression and pain that Palestinians systematically face.”
“With only love in my heart and an open mind to educate myself and learn more every day . No matter what, I love you (Palestine).”
Bella and her sister Gigi Hadid have been advocating for the rights of Palestinians against Israel’s oppression and aggression.
Bella is slammed everytime she expresses support and solidarity to the Palestinians, the latest was in May when she was among the thousands of demonstrators who gathered in New York City in a pro-Palestinian march in solidarity with Palestine when Gaza Strip was under Israeli attacks.
Also, Bella and Gigi along with British pop star Dua Lipa was attacked that month for their support of Palestine and accused of of anti-Semitism.
In a full-page advertisement in The New York Times, the three was accused falsely of forming an “unholy trinity of anti-Semitic bile to demonize the Jewish people, whom they insist have no right to defend themselves.”
The ad refers to Lipa and models Bella and Gigi Hadid as “mega-influencers” who have “vilified the Jewish state” and “accused Israel of ethnic cleansing.”
The advertisement includes a photo of all three women modeling red-carpet looks, with the headline: “Meet the new Hamas influencer brigades.”
Many celebrities had voiced support for Palestine that time, including Mark Ruffalo, Viola Davis, Idris Elba, The Weeknd, Zayn Malik and Roger Waters.
This support came after 11 days of Israeli deadly aggression on the Gaza Strip, as 248 Palestinians were killed in the aggression, including 66 children and 39 women, and at least 1,910 others were injured.
More than 90,000 Palestinians were displaced from their homes, and much of Gaza’s infrastructure and many residential buildings were completely destroyed or levelled.
Weeks before the aggression, as the tensions increased, Israeli settlers and forces were attacking Jerusalemities in the Al Aqsa mosque and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem.
Sheikh Jarrah has been cited as one of the most issues that sparked attention and condemnation around the world as dozens of Palestinians are facing imminent eviction from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah, in a move to force them out and replace it entirely with an Israeli settlement.
Riyadh (QNN)- A Saudi court has sentenced 21 Palestinian and Jordanian citizens for long periods in jail over their views, which support the Palestinian resistance against occupation.
Private sources told QNN that the court has sentenced the already jailed citizens for periods between three to 22 years. An appeal could be filed after 40 days.
It added that the Saudi authorities prevented the families of the prisoners from attending the session and allowed only one member from each family to attend it. It added the families are shocked by the sentences.
In the same context, Hamas’ official representative in Saudi Arabia, Muhammad Khodari, has been sentenced to 15 years in jail.
Days of Palestine – Jenin – Dozens of Jewish settlers attacked at dawn Saturday several Palestinian farmers, shot at them, and smashed their car on Mount Abu al-Shawareb in Kafr Rai, southwest of Jenin.
Local sources reported that Ibrahim Melhem and a number of his companions were attacked by settlers while they were on their agricultural lands in the Kafr Rai area.
The settlers were stationed on the top of the mountain between Kafr Rai, built a road that leads to it, burned the weeds in the place, set up a fence around it, and began moving their belongings from the nearby Dotan settlement.
Jewish settlers have recently increased their violations in the Occupied West Bank, such as attacking farmers and preventing them from reaching their lands, in addition to burning and cutting trees aiming to seize lands and building roads to be used only by the settlers.