Israeli troops raid Jenin, arrest Palestinians

Israeli troops raid Jenin, arrest Palestinians 

Jenin-Gaza Post Israeli occupation troops raid Jenin, arrest Palestinians 

Two young Palestinian men from Jaba’ village, south of Jenin in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, were abducted by Israeli soldiers at dawn on Saturday.

According to media reports, the soldiers raided and searched several homes, interrogating many Palestinians and inspecting their ID cards.

They also stated that the soldiers kidnapped two young men, Osama Farid Alawna and Ayham Riyad Ghannam.

Numerous Israeli military vehicles raided an area near Anza neighborhood, west of Jenin, on Friday evening.

Moreover, dozens of military vehicles were stationed in and around the villages and towns of Ya’bad, Arraba, Marka, Sanur, az-Zawiya, Jaba’, and Ejja before closing many roads.

The troops also excluded concrete blocks that had been placed near the forced to evacuate Homesh colony three days earlier.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Islamic cooperation condemns Israeli daily executions

Islamic Cooperation condemn Israel's plan of daily executions

Gaza Post Islamic Cooperations condemn Israel’s plan of daily executions

The General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has strongly condemned the upsurge of extremist settler crimes and aggression against the disarmed Palestinian people, which has been facilitated by the Israeli occupation forces’ field execution policy.

According to the OIC General Secretariat, these acts are a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and other international instruments, and they should be investigated and held accountable.

The OIC called on influencing citizens to immediately act to stop such heinous Israeli murders and to ensure international protection for the Palestinian people, holding Israel, the occupying force, completely responsible for its repeated breaches and crimes.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Israeli Colonizers Attack Four Palestinians In Nablus And Salfit

Illegal Israeli colonizers attacked and injured, Friday, four Palestinians in Nablus and Salfit, in the occupied West Bank.

Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in northern West Bank, said the colonizers attacked and injured Abada Amer, in Azmout town, near Nablus, and held him captive for more than two hours.

He added that the injured man was rushed to a Palestinian hospital for treatment, after suffering various cuts and bruises.

Furthermore, Israeli colonizers attacked and injured three Palestinians while working on their lands in the Wadi Qana area, in Deir Istiya town, west of Salfit in the central West Bank.

Two of the Palestinians have been identified as Mohammad Rayyan and Yassin Rayyan, from Qarawat Bani Hassan town.

Many farmers, who were working on their lands in the area, rushed to the aid of the Palestinians and managed to force the colonizers away.

In related news, dozens of Israeli colonizers attacked many Palestinian cars on the Nablus-Jenin Road, close to the location of the dismantled Homesh illegal colony, causing considerable damage.

On Thursday, Israeli colonizers attacked and injured Mohammad Hijja, 50, in Burqa village, north of Nablus.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Israeli Soldiers Abduct Five Palestinians In Jericho And Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Friday evening, five Palestinians, including three farmers, in Jericho and Jerusalem, in the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said many soldiers invaded Palestinian lands in the Zbeidat village, north of Jericho in northeastern West Bank, and attacked several farmers before abducting three.

They added that the abducted Palestinians have been identified as Tareq Mahmoud Abdullah, 16, Hamdan Adnan Abu Zbeida, 18, and his brother Bashar, 30.

In addition, the soldiers abducted assaulted several young men in the Old City of the occupied capital, Jerusalem, before abducting two young men, identified as Shadi Abu Sneina and Mohannad Abu Wahdan, and moved them to an interrogation facility.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Soldiers Invade Palestinian Village Near Jenin

Several Israeli military vehicles invaded, on Friday evening, an area Anza village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, leading to protests.

Local sources said the invasion took place on Jenin-Nablus Road, near Anza village.

They added that the soldiers fired several live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.

In addition, dozens of military vehicles were deployed around the villages and towns of Ya’bad, Arraba, Marka, Sanur, az-Zawiya, Jaba’, and Ejja, before closing many roads.

The soldiers also removed concrete blocks that were installed, three days earlier, near the evacuated Homesh colony.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Israeli Soldiers Abduct Two Palestinians In Jenin

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Saturday at dawn, two young Palestinian men from Jaba’ town, south of Jenin in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said the soldiers invaded and searched several homes and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

They added that the soldiers abducted two young men, identified as Osama Farid Alawna and Ayham Riyad Ghannam.

On Friday evening, several Israeli military vehicles invaded an area near Anza village, west of Jenin.

In addition, dozens of military vehicles were deployed around the villages and towns of Ya’bad, Arraba, Marka, Sanur, az-Zawiya, Jaba’, and Ejja, before closing many roads.

The soldiers also removed concrete blocks that were installed, three days earlier, near the evacuated Homesh colony.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Abu Hawwash Continues Hunger Strike For 131st Day

The Palestinian Detainees’ Committee has reported, Saturday, that Hisham Abu Hawwash, 40, held by Israel under the arbitrary Administrative Detention orders without charges or trial, is ongoing with the hunger strike he started 131 days ago, despite his seriously deteriorating health condition.

The Committee stated that, according to the latest information it received, Abu Hawwash is currently at the infamous Ramla prison clinic that lacks doctors and basic supplies, and that his health condition is very serious, especially due to deficiency in minerals and dangerous levels of weight loss, in addition to constant fatigue and dizziness, and is dependent on a wheelchair when he leaves the bed.

The Committee warned that the detainee might face serious complications that could include irreparable damage to the heart, kidneys, lungs, and liver, in addition to the nervous system.

It added that the Israeli courts are still denying his legitimate demands to end his arbitrary detention, especially since he is not facing charges, in addition to the fact that, nearly two weeks ago, an Israeli court decided to keep him held under the Administrative Detention orders for four additional months that could be renewed at any given moment.

The Committee also said that all medical reports indicate that he is in a life-threatening condition, yet the prison authority is refusing to even transfer him to a civilian hospital.

The International Red Cross also expressed serious concern regarding his health, adding that its medical teams repeatedly visit with him, and will continue to closely follow his condition.

Abu Hawwash, a married father of five children, from Doura town, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, was abducted on October 27th, 2020, and was slapped with three Administrative Detention orders, each for six months, however, his latest order was reduced to four months that could be renewed.

He is also a former political prisoner who was frequently abducted and imprisoned by Israel since the year 2003 and spent a total of eight years in prison, including 52 months under the arbitrary Administrative Detention orders.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Army Closes Jenin-Nablus Road To Allow Colonizers’ March

Israeli soldiers closed, Saturday, the main Jenin-Nablus Road to allow illegal colonizers to march to the location of the evacuated Homesh colony which was installed on stolen Palestinian lands.

Local sources said the soldiers completely sealed the road to all Palestinian traffic in both directions and forced the Palestinians to leave.

They added that the soldiers closed the road and removed the Palestinians shortly after the colonizers started gathering in the area.

The colonizers keep marching towards the site of the former colony and have frequently installed structures to establish an outpost, in addition to the constant attempt to illegally occupy more Palestinian lands.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Israelis attack shepherds in Jordan Valley

Occupied Jordan Valley (QNN)- One citizen was wounded and detained along with six others today in an attack by Israeli settlers and soldiers on shepherd in Umm Qabha in the northern Jordan Valley.

WAFA cited Mu’taz Bisharat, the PA’s official responsible for the file of the Jordan Valley, as saying that nearly 60 settlers belonging to the ‘Hilltop Youth’, stormed the area and attacked the shepherds. Confrontations erupted consequently, causing Muhammad Ahmad Olayyan Awad to be wounded and detained by the Israelis.

Bisharat added that the Israeli army intervened to protect settlers and detained six shepherds.

(Source / 25.12.2021)

Israeli authorities remove original name of neighborhood in occupied Haifa

Occupied Haifa (QNN)- The Israeli municipality of the 1948-occupied city of Haifa has removed the original Palestinian name of Wadi Al Jimal neighborhood and refused to add it to signs and official documents, replacing it with the Hebrew name ‘Ein Hayam’.

The Israeli move sparked outrage among residents of the neighborhood, who are all native Palestinians.

Wadi Al Jimal is located in the southwest of Mount Carmel in occupied Haifa. It was constructed in the second half of the 19th century by native Palestinians.

Over 3000 Palestinians live in the neighborhood, which was a main station for travelers from Syria and Lebanon to Egypt before the city was occupied by zionists in 1951.

Israeli right-wingers have been pushing towards removing the neighborhood’s name since 2016.

‘Israel’ changed the names of most of the cities and villages that it occupied, however, Palestinians could keep the names of many places.

(Source / 25.12.2021)