Israeli Colonizers Attack Palestinian Homes, Burn Mobile Home Near Hebron

A group of Israeli colonizers, illegally squatting on stolen Palestinian lands, attacked many Palestinian homes and burnt a small mobile home, on Friday evening, east of Surif town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

Hazem Ghneimat, the mayor of Surif, said the colonizers came from the illegal Beit Ayin colony which was installed on Palestinian lands in khallet Shu’ab al-Qandour area, in Surif.

Ghneimat added that the colonizers hurled stones at many homes in the area, causing damage, in addition to burning a small mobile home owned by Khalil Abu ‘Ahour.

Many Palestinians gathered in the area and forced the colonizers to leave.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

Army Pours Cement Into Water Spring Near Hebron

On Thursday, Israeli soldiers poured fortified cement into a Palestinian water spring near Beit Ummar town, north of the northern West Bank city of Hebron.

Local sources said the soldiers, accompanied by trucks invaded the ath-Thaghra area and poured the cement onto the spring to permanently close it.

They added that the spring was in the ath-Thaghra area, east of Beit Ummar, in lands privately owned by two local farmers, identified as Mohammad Abu Ayyash and Bassam ‘Aadi.

The attack is a serious violation targeting the Palestinians, their lands, and natural resources, and aims at denying the Palestinians access to water unless they buy it from Israeli corporations, illegally operating in the occupied Palestinian territory.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

Updated: Army Injures Dozens of Palestinians in Beita and Beit Dajan Protests

Israeli forces attacked, on Friday, Palestinian civilians in Beita town, southeast of Nablus city in the northern part of the West Bank, injuring dozens, including a young man who was shot in the eye, according to local sources.

For weeks now, Palestinian youths have gathered to express their opposition to Israel’s ongoing unlawful settlement expansion across the occupied West Bank.

Local photo-journalist Wahaj Bani Moufleh stated that occupation soldiers shot his cousin directly in the eye with a rubber-coated steel bullet.

Medical sources have confirmed that the wounded young man, Fayez Hamed Hamayel, lost his right eye, and is receiving treatment at the Najah Hospital in Nablus.He was waving a Palestinian flag when the soldiers shot him.

In addition, at least five civilians were injured by Israeli forces, in Beita town and nearby Beit Dajan, in addition to 55 cases of teargas inhalation, according to the Palestinian News and Information Agency (WAFA).

The deputy head of Beita town council, Musa Hamayel, told Quds News Network that Israeli forces arrested two activists who were present in solidarity with the locals.

Bulldozers were seen leveling roads leading to Mount Sbeih, in an attempt to stop the protesters from reaching the weekly demonstrations, according to the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission.

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(Source / 06.11.2021)

Ministry of Health: Soldiers Kill a Palestinian Child Near Nablus

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The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, on Friday, the death of child after he was shot in the abdomen by an Israeli soldier in Deir al-Hatab village, east of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.

The army shot the child, identified as Mohammad Da’das, 13, in the abdomen with live ammunition during confrontations between Palestinian villagers and Israeli soldiers.

The child, from the New Askar refugee camp was immediately rushed to Rafidia Hospital in critical condition, where he was found to be in cardiac arrest.

Medical staff attempted to resuscitate him, with no success, doctors pronounced the child’s death shortly afterward.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

Breaking| Al Jazeera investigation reveals identities of Israeli jailers involved in inhumane torture

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- An investigation by Al Jazeera channel has revealed the identities of Israeli jailers involved in inhumane torture against Palestinian detainees. Israeli authorities had closed the cases of torture victims claiming that the identities of the jailers were not clear.

Al Jazeera’s investigative program “The Hidden is More Immense”, revealed the names and faces of Israeli jailers, who were caught on surveillance footage torturing Palestinian political detainees in the Negev Desert jail.

Human rights organizations, including HaMoked, had submitted Israeli authorities documents of 13 tortured detainees and called for opening investigations into their cases. However, an Israeli committee, in charge of investigating the cases, was dissolved under the pretext that none of the Israeli jailers, involved in the torture, were identified.

Leaked testimonies by current and former detainees, published in the program, stated that Israeli jailers used severe torture tactics during a crackdown on detainees in the Negev Desert prison in 2019.

The detainees were severely beaten and subjected to canines’ bites. Israeli jailers also used metal tools to hit the detainees’ heads. Several detainees were seriously wounded and some of them lost their teeth. Only two detainees were taken to an Israeli hospital because they lost consciousness, however, they were harshly taken back to jail as soon as they woke up.

According to the testimonies, the floor was covered with blood and the jailers used bullets against the political detainees even as the handcuffed detainees were immediately laying down.

Surveillance footage showed Israeli jailers throwing shackled detainees over each other and brutally beating them.

The occupation state holds some 4,650 Palestinians, including 200 children, 40 women, and 520 administrative detainees, in prisons. Several human rights organizations revealed that all detainees, including children, are subjected to different forms of torture during their arrest.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

Pictures| Masses take part in 13-year-old boy funeral

Nablus (QNN)- Hundreds of Palestinians took part in the funeral of the child Muhammad Da’das (13 years old) on Saturday. The child was killed by Israeli snipers with a live bullet to his stomach yesterday.

QNN correspondent said that armed resistance members took part in the funeral. One of them said the retaliation for the murder of the child “will be by all factions.”

“A little boy going outside to play with his friends but Israeli soldiers shoot him dead. Where in the world is this possible to happen?!”, he added.

The bereaved father told the QNN correspondent: “After we had lunch, he told me that he wanted to play outside. We learned that he got wounded, so we rushed to the hospital.”

“When I got there I saw everyone. I had a feeling that he was critically wounded. They told me that he was in the operation room, so I knew that he died.”

The participant called for revenge. They also chanted slogans that supported the resistance and slammed the Israeli crimes.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

‘Israel’ kills child, wounds dozens in West Bank raids

Ramallah (QNN)- The Israeli army on Friday killed one child and wounded dozens during raids across the occupied West Bank.

The ministry said that a 13-year-old boy was shot dead by the Israeli army. Israeli soldiers used live bullets to shoot at the boy in the abdomen.

In the same context, dozens of Palestinians were wounded and suffocated during an Israeli crackdown on locals in Beita, Nablus.

The director of the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmad Jibril, said confrontations erupted in Beita, causing dozens of suffocation cases.

He added that Israeli forces closed almost all roads leading to the area. The deputy head of Beita’s council, Musa Hamayel, said Israeli forces arrested two activists, who were in Beita to support locals.

In the same context, locals of Kafr Qaddoum in eastern Qalqilya confronted settlers attack, in which they tried to steal olive harvest.

Meanwhile, the correspondent of Palestine TV., Ahmad Shawer, got his leg broken while he was covering the settlers’ attack on Kafr Qaddoum.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

EU says it’s “alarmed” about six dying hunger-striking detainees in Israeli jails

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- The European Union on Friday said that it is “alarmed” about the six hunger-striking detainees, who are in serious conditions and may die anytime now, and who are protesting their unlawful administrative detention.

In a tweet on its account, the EU said that it is “Alarmed about the critical condition of Palestinian prisoners Kayed Fasfous and Miqdad Qawasmeh, who, among others, have been on hunger strike for over 100 days to protest their administrative detention and some of whom have been hospitalized.”

The account also called on the occupation state to respect international law and decrease the use of unlawful administrative detention against the Palestinian people and avoid loss of life.

“Israeli authorities must respect international law and cease the extensive use of administrative detention without formal charges, as well as avoid loss of life. All detainees have the right to be informed about the charges against them and be subject to a fair trial.”

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1/2 Alarmed about the critical condition of Palestinian prisoners Kayed Fasfous and Miqdad Qawasmeh, who, among others, have been on hunger strike for over 100 days to protest their administrative detention and some of whom have been hospitalized.

Six Palestinian administrative detainees have been on hunger strike for periods ranging between 25 and 114 days in protest against being detained without charges or trial.

The families of the detainees have been urging international organizations and bodies to quickly act and save the lives of their sons from a slow death.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

Gaza power station is threatened to stop

Days of Palestine – Gaza – The Energy Authority announced that the supply of Qatari diesel has stopped since Tuesday morning, 2/11/2021, to date, and that it was forced to provide diesel from the local market to operate the power station until Sunday morning 7/11/2021.

Authority confirmed that the station is threatened to stop if the Qatari diesel does not enter.

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They call the international community urgent intervention to allow entering Qatari diesel.

They pointed out that if the plant were shut down, the power supply deficit would be around 70%.

Read More: A sewage pipe explosion and road collapsed west of Gaza Strip as result of recent Israeli aggression

Gaza is in the midst of a severe power crisis with blackouts lasting up to 12 hours every day. The lack of electricity has had a deadly impact on 1.8 million Palestinians living in the coastal strip.

In Gaza, food security, water, sanitation services, healthcare, and education are all threatened by daily interruptions of electricity.
Amidst the many hardships Palestinians endure, blackouts are among the most pervasive, affecting virtually every aspect of daily life.

(Source / 06.11.2021)

A sewage pipe explosion and road collapsed west of Gaza Strip as result of recent Israeli aggression

Days of Palestine – Gaza – On Thursday evening, a sewage pipe exploded in Al-Rasheeh Street, west of the Gaza City, according to the public relations official in the Gaza Municipality, Hussien Odeh. 

Odeh explained that the explosion of the line led to an overflow of sewage in the area.

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He indicated that preliminary estimates indicate that the explosion was caused by cracks in the line due to the violent Israeli bombardment of the area and its surroundings during the last Israeli aggression last May.

Odeh stressed that the municipality’s crews are doing their best to address the problem, according to the available capabilities, to control the situation and ensure that matters do not escalate.

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Odeh renewed the municipality’s call for the urgent need to rebuild and repair the infrastructure damage resulting from the recent Israeli aggression, stressing that the immediate start would avoid any problems that might result from the approach of winter.

(Source / 06.11.2021)