Israeli soldiers injured, on Saturday at dawn, many Palestinians in the town of Ya’bad, southwest of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
Media sources said several army jeeps invaded the town before the soldiers stormed and ransacked homes, causing damage.
They added that the invasion led to protests before the soldiers fired a barrage of gas bombs and concussion grenades at the protesters and many homes, causing several Palestinians to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.
The invasion and searches of homes mainly took place in the neighborhoods in Abu Shamla and al-Ba’jawi.
A group of fanatic illegal Israeli colonizers attacked, on Saturday evening, Palestinian homes in Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, wounding a woman, and causing damage to the properties.
Eyewitnesses said several paramilitary colonizers from the illegal Kiryat Arba’ colony, attacked Palestinian homes in the Wad al-Haseen neighborhood.
They added that the attack caused damage to the homes, and led to the injury of one woman, identified as Jihad Hussein Es’eifan, 40.
Palestinian medics provided the woman with the needed treatment before moving her to the Hebron governmental hospital.
The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported, Saturday, that the Israeli occupation authorities issued another Administrative Detention order against a hunger-striking political prisoner.
The PPP stated that the detainee, Ahmad Radwan Hamamra, from Bethlehem city south of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, began the hunger strike 15 days ago.
It added that the detainee is protesting his continued imprisonment without charges or trial under the arbitrary Administrative Detention orders.
The PPS said Hamamra was slapped with a six-month administrative detention order for the third time since he was abducted by the soldiers in August 2020.
Hamamra was supposed to be released on October 16th, when his second Administrative Detention order was supposed to end, however, the new order will keep him imprisoned for six additional months.
On August 12, a Palestinian detainee, identified as Fadi al-‘Amour, from Yatta town, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, ended a 23-day hunger strike after reaching an agreement with the Israeli Prison Authority which set an end date for his current arbitrary Administrative Detention.
Also on August 12, detainee Amjad Nammoura, from Doura town, south of Hebron, suspended the hunger strike which lasted for eight days after reaching an agreement stating that his current Administrative Detention will not be renewed.
Israeli colonizers, illegally squatting on stolen Palestinian lands, installed an outpost and expanded another, Sunday, in Khirbat Zannouta Palestinian village, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Media sources said the colonizers brought mobile homes and started installing structures on lands, owned by the Palestinians from the families of Samamra, Abu Sharkh, and Jabarin.
They added that this outpost is the third to be installed on Palestinian lands in the same area this year, amidst the escalating Israeli attempts to build and expand the illegal colonies, built on stolen Palestinian lands in direct violation of International Law.
Fayez at-Till, the head of Zannouta Village Council, stated that dozens of colonists invaded the Palestinian lands, accompanied by many soldiers, and installed the outpost on twenty Dunams.
He added that the colonizers installed twenty mobile homes on the lands, near the illegal “Regional Council of Settlements,” in the southern area of Hebron.
The colonizers also expanded another illegal outpost, which was installed on nearby stolen Palestinian lands, owned by Abu Sharkh and Jabarin families.
“This is a profoundly serious escalation especially since it paves the way for the illegal annexation of hundreds of dunams of Palestinian lands in the area,” at-Till said, “It is all part of a plan by the Regional Council to expand the Industrial Zone and link the several colonies in the area with each other.”
Gaza (QNN)- The limit given by resistance factions to mediators, who have been working on understandings between the resistance and the occupation state, will expire on Monday evening, a factions source told QNN. The factions will not extend the limit, the source added.
“The ball is now is in the mediators’ court”, the source, which spoke to QNN on condition of anonymity, said. “They should put pressure on the occupation to fulfill what has been agreed on… Our fingers are on the triggers and the ball is in the court of the mediators and the occupation [state].
The source added that an agreement has been reached ten days ago. ‘Israel’ pledged to the mediators that it will fulfill the agreement, however, it has not.
The agreement included the disbursement of Qatar’s grant and fulfill commitments related to the importation and exportation of goods. It also includes other Israeli commitments related to Gaza’s fishermen.
The source stressed that “if the enemy does not comply, and the mediators could not pressure it, the area will see an escalation using volatile popular forms.”
Resistance factions will hold an urgent meeting on Monday to discuss the possible forms of escalation in response to the Israeli ongoing restrictions on the besieged enclave.
Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Dozens Israeli settlers have broken into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied Jerusalem earlier on Sunday.
Under the occupation forces protection, over 70 Israeli settlers have broken into the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning break-in session.
Among the intruders is a former Israeli member of the Knesset, Rabbi Yehudah Glick.
The settlers also provoked the Palestinian worshipers as one of them proposed to another Israeli settler girl at the courtyards.
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.
Israeli occupation authorities allow settler incursions to the mosque since 2003, despite repeated objections and warnings by the Palestinian religious authorities as the visits provoke worshippers of the mosque.
Al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest site in Islam which located in occupied Jerusalem.
Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli occupation authorities on Saturday forced a Palestinian family to self-demolish its own home in Jabal al-Mukabbir neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
At the order of the Israeli occupation municipality, the family of Matar self-demolished its home in Jabal al-Mukabbir to avoid paying a fine in exorbitant demolition costs to the Israeli municipality (the staff and the police) if it carries out the demolition.
The family consists of 7 members, including the father, the mother, and their five children.
The family were seen emptying the contents of their homes in preparation for the demolition.
Using the pretext of illegal building, ‘Israel’ demolishes houses on a regular basis to restrict Palestinian expansion in occupied Jerusalem.
At the same time, the municipality and the occupation government built tens of thousands of housing units in illegal settlements in occupied Jerusalem for Jews with a goal to offset the demographic balance in favour of the Israeli settlers in the occupied city.
‘Israel’ has been moving its citizens into the occupied Jerusalem neighborhoods since the 1980s. This has resulted in numerous human rights violations, including the forced displacement of Palestinian residents.
Hundreds of Palestinian families are being threatened with forced displacement from their homes and home demolitions by illegal settler groups, fully supported by the Israeli government.
There are nearly 700,000 Israeli settlers living in 256 illegal settlements and outposts scattered across the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Israeli settlements are illegal under international law.
Occupied West Bank (QNN)- A report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the occupied Palestinian territory, said that the occupation state demolished, seized or forced people to demolish 57 Palestinian-owned structures across the West Bank in the period between 27 July and 9 August.
The “Protection of Civilians” report revealed that Israeli authorities demolished 57 structures owned by native Palestinians, displacing 97 people, including 67 children, and affecting the livelihoods of 240 other people.
Among the structures, 17 were seized displacing 27 people, including 19 children, in the Bedouin community of Ibziq in the Jordan Valley.
Meanwhile, 28 citizens, including 21 children, were displaced when the Israeli authorities demolished six structures in al Mu’arrajat Centre in Ramallah.
In the eastern part of occupied Jerusalem, 12 structures were demolished, including five residential structures in Dahiyet al Bareed.
Meanwhile, Israeli settlers vandalized at least 40 Palestinian-owned trees, and five vehicles across the West Bank during the same period, according to the report.
The report also stated that the occupation army shot and killed four Palestinians, including an 11-year-old boy. Also, a fifth citizen from Jenin died on August 11 of wounds sustained a week earlier from Israeli army gunfire.
A total of 50 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank this year.
The Israeli army wounded 764 Palestinians across the West Bank during peaceful demonstrations. Israeli forces carried out 92 raids, arresting 115 citizens, including 11 children.