On Sunday evening, Israeli colonizers attacked Palestinian cars and attempted to invade a home near Sinjil town, north of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.
Media sources said the colonizers gathered at one of the main roads leading to the town and hurled stones at many cars, causing damage.
They added that the colonizers gathered near the home of Abu Mohammad Farhan and tried to break into it before the locals forced them away.
The colonizers have recently escalated their violations against the Palestinians and their property in the town by attacking residents, homes, and cars and organizing daily provocative protests amidst heavy military deployment.
In related news, Israeli soldiers on military towers across the perimeter fence in the Gaza Strip fired many rounds and gas bombs at farmers and shepherds, east of Khuza’a town, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the coastal region.
On Monday morning, several Israeli military vehicles invaded Palestinian agricultural lands, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the besieged Gaza Strip, and bulldozed sections close to the perimeter fence.
Media sources said four tanks and four armored bulldozers advanced dozens of meters into the farmlands and bulldozed them, in addition to installing sand hills near the perimeter fence.
They added that the soldiers fired sporadic rounds of live ammunition and smoke bombs during the invasion.
In related news, Israeli soldiers on military towers across the perimeter fence in the Gaza Strip fired many rounds and gas bombs at farmers and shepherds, east of Khuza’a town, east of Khan Younis.
The army frequently attacks farmers, shepherds, workers, and fishermen across the eastern 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.
Earlier Monday, Israeli soldiers abducted three Palestinians, including two teenage boys, both former political prisoners, and injured many others, in Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Several army jeeps invaded Hebron city before storming and ransacking a few homes and abducted a young man, Eid Taiseer al-‘Oweiwi.
The soldiers also invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron city, before abducting two teenage boys, both former political prisoners, Ibrahim Rami Za’aqeeq, 17, and Diyar Evan Sleibi, 17.
The invasion led to protests before the soldiers fired a barrage of gas bombs and concussion grenades, causing many residents to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.
In related news, the soldiers invaded Tubas city, in the northeastern West Bank, before invading and ransacking the home of Bashar Daraghma, looking for his son Fadi, who wasn’t at home during the invasion.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the city of Tubas, in the northeastern West Bank, before invading and ransacking the home of Bashar Daraghma, looking for his son Fadi, who wasn’t at home during the invasion.
During these invasions, the soldiers block all Palestinian traffic, in addition to frequently storming homes, abducting Palestinians, and attacking protesters, in addition to removing the Palestinian flag from the site.
Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli occupation authorities on Sunday morning forced a Palestinian family to self-demolish its own house in Beit Hanina neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem.
At the order of the Israeli occupation municipality, Jerusalemite Ramzi Shawamreh self-demolished his own house in Beit Hanina to avoid paying an additional exorbitant fine for the demolition costs to the Israeli municipality (the staff and the police) if it carries out the demolition.
Members of the Palestinian family of Shawamreh embarked today on demolishing their own home in the occupied Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina after they were pressed to do so by the all-Israeli municipality of the city. #EndIsraeliApartheid
The Jerusalemite said that about 20 days ago, the occupation forces raided his house and delivered him a demolition order; to demolish his house within 21 days, under the pretext of building without a permit.
He added that he was forced to carry out the demolition by himself to avoid paying an exorbitant fine for the demolition costs to the Israeli municipality.
Ramzi was living in the house with his wife and his five children. He said that his house was built in 2005 and they now have no place to live in.
Using the pretext of illegal building, ‘Israel’ demolishes houses and structures on a regular basis to restrict Palestinian expansion in occupied Jerusalem.
At the same time, the Israeli occupation 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 settlers into the occupied Jerusalem neighbourhoods since the 1980s. This has resulted in numerous human rights violations, including the forced displacement of Palestinian residents and house demolitions.
Hundreds of Palestinian families are being threatened with forced displacement and house demolitions by illegal settler groups, fully supported by the Israeli occupation government.
There are nearly 700,000 Israeli settlers living in 256 illegal settlements and outposts scattered across the occupied West Bank, including the eastern part of occupied Jerusalem. Israeli settlements are illegal under international law.
Nablus (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces on Sunday morning attacked Palestinians taking part in an anti-settler-violence protest in Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya village in Nablus in the occupied West Bank.
Earlier today, Palestinian residents and students of Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya village held a protest against Israeli settlers’ violence and attacks carried out against the village’s residents.
Hundreds of Palestinian students demonstrate at the entrance to the village of Luban e-Sharkiya in the occupied West Bank in protest of the Israeli restrictions on their access to village’s two main schools.
Photos | Israeli occupation forces assault nonviolent #Palestinian protesters demonstrating in the occupied West Bank village of Luban e-Sharkiya against Israeli restrictions on access of students to their schools in the village.
Last week, for three days in a row, colonial settlers, backed by well-armed forces, obstructed access of Palestinian students to their school in Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya village, after raiding the village and stationed at its entrance.
The settlers and forces also harassed and provoked hundreds of Palestinian students heading to their school.
Every morning, hundreds of #Palestinian children in the occupied West Bank village of Luban e-Sharkiya suffer in their way to school as they have to cross an Israeli military checkpoint that makes their life difficult. These photos were taken today.
The residents decided to confront and protest the occupation forces and settlers’ violence in the village.
However, the forces fired sound bombs and rubber-coated metal bullets directly towards the residents and their children to disperse them.
Israeli settlers and forces’ attacks against Palestinian students and residents of the village has increased lately.
Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya is a home to about 3,500 Palestinians, 20km south of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank.
Two illegal Israeli settlements, Eli and Ma’ale Levona, straddle the sides of the village and are built on land belonging to it.
Every afternoon, Israeli forces are stationed at the village’s entrance near the main highway between Ramallah and Nablus.
Nearby Israeli soldiers patrol on foot as groups of schoolchildren from Lubban attempt to take alternative routes to get home following numerous settler and forces attacks.
Parents are forced to drive their children to and from school every day because they are scared of their children being hurt or arrested by the soldiers.
The schoolchildren are also forced to take an alternative route through village fields to get home as Israeli soldiers patrolled the main road.
In May, a Palestinian man named Nidal Safadi was killed when settlers and Israeli soldiers raided the village and jointly shot him four times.
Thus, the residents of the village have decided to prevent Israel’s attacks against their schoolchildren and the village.
A paramilitary illegal Israeli colonizer shot, on Friday evening, two young Palestinian siblings near Hizma military roadblock northeast of the occupied capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank.
Media sources said the colonizer shot and moderately injured two siblings, identified as Mohammad and Jawad Aby Khadija, both in their thirties, from the Shu’fat refugee camp northeast of Jerusalem.
They added that the two Palestinians, and a child, were driving to the ar-Ram town northeast of Jerusalem before their car accidentally collided with a vehicle driven by an illegal Israeli colonialist settler.
The colonizer stepped out of his car with his rifle before shooting Mohammad in the abdomen and Jawad in the leg.
Medics moved the two wounded siblings to a hospital in occupied Jerusalem.
Talking to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic), their uncle said Mohammad was shot with two live rounds in the abdomen, while Jawad was shot in the leg.
He added that the incident was just a traffic accident and said that the siblings and the colonizers were arguing about who caused the accident; however, the colonizer went back to his car, grabbed his gun, and shot them.
“There is an intersection in the area where two lanes merge into one. That is when the accident happened,” the uncle stated, “However because they are Palestinians and he is an Israeli colonizer, he interpreted the accident as a ramming attack and decided to shoot them.”
The Palestinians were driving to a wedding when the accident occurred; the child who was with them was Jawad’s five-year-old son, was not harmed, and a Palestinian resident who was passing through the area took him to his house and contacted the family.