Gaza post – The Israeli occupation authorities released the body of a Palestinian lady shot by its soldiers last night after holding it hostage for more than 40 days according to local sources.
Soldiers shot and killed Ibtisam Kaabneh, 27, of Jericho, on June 12 at the Qalandia checkpoint between Jerusalem and Ramallah, saying she attempted to carry out a stabbing assault against them, and then kept her body to prevent her family from properly burying her.
Her family was eventually able to bury her at the Aqbat Jabr refugee camp in Jericho after her body was released late last night.
In August 2015, Israel detained Kaabneh, who had left behind a baby, and sentenced her to 18 months in prison for her anti-occupation actions.
Gaza post – Ministry of Health announced on Friday night that a Palestinian boy who was shot and badly injured by Israeli soldiers in the town of Nabi Saleh, northwest of Ramallah, died of his wounds hours later.
When an Israeli occupation foot patrol opened fire on teenagers in the area, Mohammad Munir Tamimi, 17, was hit in the stomach and badly wounded, according to the report.
After being declared as seriously ill, Tamimi was transported to a hospital in nearby Salfit and had surgery.
According to the ministry, he died as a result of his wounds.
Gaza post – Spokesman for the Democratic Reformists Movement, Dmitriy Diliani,”l confirmed on Sunday in a press statement that storming Al-Aqsa Mosque is a spark that could lead to an inevitable explosion in the region.
Diliani said that the Palestinian people frustrated the calls to storm Al-Aqsa on the day of the so-called “destruction of the Temple” as a fictitious event, when these incursions carry malicious meanings, especially as they come in memory of this event.
Diliani called for facing these incursions by being in the surroundings of Al Aqsa Mosque and streets by thousands for those who can, which is the only way to thwart the occupation’s plans.
He praised the Jordanian role, especially His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein, the holder of the Hashemite custodianship of Islamic and Christian holy sites, who supports and affirms Palestinian rights in the city of Jerusalem.
Diliani called the United Nations to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and the repeated violations of international laws and charters ,and it has to stop those Israeli crimes and violations against the Palestinian people, their holy sites and their lands.
Abo Dhabi – Gaza post – Leader of the Democratic Reformists within Fatah Movement Mohammad Dahlan, asked on Sunday in a press statement via Facebook “Where are the stances and policies? and where is the diplomatic effort about what happened in Jerusalem”? during the ongoing Israeli attacks against Palestinians at Al Aqsa mosque.
“Where is the call of the Islamic Conference, the Al-Quds Committee,’ the Council of the Arab League and the UN Security Council to condemn the behavior of the occupation and deter it with real and serious decisions and measures? Why this silence during Jerusalem is screaming, and its youth, women, elderly and children are facing the attacks of the occupation??”, he said.
Dahlan added that settlers’ attacks in Jerusalem and the daily incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque require more than condemnation.
He asserted that Al-Quds is the beating heart of Palestine, and the occupation must recognize our people’s fundamental right to their eternal capital, Jerusalem.
Dahlan concluded the statement, ” People all over world must know Jerusalem represents the Palestinians identity, their heritage, history, hope and future, and every Palestinian in this world is ready to sacrifice everything he owns, including his soul, for the sake of Jerusalem and its sanctities.
Gazapost – Israeli occupation troops took the homes of 84 Palestinians in Ramallah Governorate and a structure housing an eight-person family in the northern Jordan Valley this week according to UN humanitarians.
According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs [OCHA], the Zionist military took at least 49 structures in the Ras al-Tin, Ramallah Governorate displacement on Wednesday.
The constructions, according to preliminary evaluations, comprise dwellings, animal shelters, solar power systems, water tanks, tractors with trailers, and animal fodder.
Every summer, the herding group migrates to Ras al-Tin for grazing, but they are now in danger of being forcibly removed from the land.
The occupying troops confiscated a recently erected building used by a family, including six children, who had lost their previous dwellings in another incident last week in Humsa Al-Bqaia in the northern Jordan Valley, according to OCHA’s ReliefWeb.
“The United Nations has repeatedly called on ‘Israel’ to stop demolishing and confiscating Palestinian property and to conform its actions to its obligations as an occupying authority under international humanitarian law,” according to OCHA.
“In the West Bank, the ‘Israeli’ authorities have demolished, seized, or coerced Palestinians to demolish at least 474 Palestinian-owned structures, including 150 donor-funded structures, displacing 656 people, including 359 children,” according to OCHA.
“When compared to the same period in 2020, this indicates a near 70% increase in the number of individuals displaced, with a near 75% increase in children.”
Gaza post – On 14 July, Israeli forces demolished at least 49 structures in the herding community of Ras al-Tin, near Ramallah, displacing 84 Palestinians, including 53 children and 14 women, and an additional eight people, including six children, were displaced on 15 July when Israeli forces demolished at least 49 structures in the herding community of Ras al-Tin, near Ramallah.
According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the occupied Palestinian territories, Israeli occupation troops destroyed and confiscated their home structure in Humsa al-Bqai’a in the northern Jordan Valley.
13 Palestinian families have been displaced in Ras al-Tin, a Bedouin community that relies on herding. They have remained in the village, but are now at risk of being forcibly removed, according to OCHA.
The buildings included homes, animal shelters and solar power systems. Other items, including water tanks, tractors with trailers and animal fodder were also confiscated by the Israeli forces, with some being reportedly heavily damaged in the process. According to the community members, Israeli officials ordered the community, which is in Area C of the West Bank that falls under full Israeli military control, to move to Area B, which is administered by the Palestinian Authority but under Israeli security control.
The demolished structure had been erected outside the Israeli-declared ‘fire zone’ in Humsa al-Bqai’a, another herding village, to house a family of eight, including six children, who had lost their previous home in last week’s wholesale demolition inside the ‘firing zone.’
So far in 2021, Israeli forces have demolished, seized, or coerced people to demolish at least 474 Palestinian-owned structures across the West Bank, including 150 donor-funded structures, displacing 656 people, including 359 children.
This represents a 32 percent increase in number of structures demolished or seized, over 145 percent increase in donor-funded structures, and a near 70 percent increase in the number of people displaced, with a near 75 per cent increase in children, compared with the equivalent period in 2020.
The Palestinian community of Ras al-Tin, which is located in Area C of the Ramallah governorate, is reported to have existed for decades. While their winter location is in an Israeli-declared “fire zone,” where residency and civilian access are officially prohibited, their present summer location, where the confiscation took place, is in an Israeli-declared “firing zone.”
Two homes and two sheep shelters in Ras al-Tin were razed by Israeli forces in 2015, displacing two families of 11 individuals, including seven children, and impacting the livelihood of others. In September 2020, Israeli authorities removed twice a ceiling for the community’s lone school, which had been under construction for a month, and confiscated tables, chairs, and buildings.
Jerusalem_Gazapost – The Israeli occupation forces arrested on Thursday a Jerusalemite girl while returning from school in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood for painting the Palestinian flag on her classmate faces’.
Lawyer Nasser Odeh confirmed that the occupation forces arrested a 14-year-old girl while she was returning from school for drawing the colors of the Palestinian flag on the face of her classmates.
Odeh stated via his Facebook account, “She told the investigator,” You are a liar and you don’t scare me..””. These words came out with confidence and without hesitation from a 14-year-old girl who was arrested by the occupation in Sheikh Jarrah while returning from school because she painted the Palestinian flag on the face of her classmates.
Nablus_Gaza post – Palestinians were wounded including 15 with live bullets one of them in the neck described as serious ,3 with a metal-coated ,3 others with bruises ,and dozens suffocated with gas during clashes on Friday between citizens and the occupation forces in Jabal Sabih in the town of Beita ,south of Nablus.
The director of ambulance and emergency at the Palestinian Red Crescent in Nablus ,Ahmed Jibril, stated that the crescent crews transported 15 wounded with live bullets ,one of them seriously to the hospital for treatment during the clashes in the mountain area.
The people marched towards the mountain in an event called by the Factional Coordination Committee in Nablus ,the Wall and Settlement Resistance Committee ,the institutions ,and activities of Beita ,Yatma ,Qabal and the Popular Resistance Committees to reject settlements in Jabal Sabih.
Mount Sabih witnesses almost daily confrontations between the residents and the occupation forces, refusing to set up a settlement outpost under the protection of the occupation on the mountain nearly two weeks ago. Moreover, the death of the two young men, Issa Barham and Zakaria Hamayel, and dozens injured.