Know most important reasons for reconstruction delay in Gaza Strip

Gaza Reconstruction 

Gaza Post Ministry of Works reveals  the reasons for the delay in Gaza Strip reconstruction  

Reconstruction in the Gaza Strip is slowing down due to the absence of two former major financiers in reconstruction projects such as the Arab Gulf states, notably Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, Deputy Minister of Public Works and Housing Naji Sarhan.

Sarhan on Monday stated to Masdar News Network that the Gulf states have made significant contributions to reconstruction operations over the past years, and we are still waiting for their participation in current projects in light of the urgent need for new shareholders.

Sarhan added that they have sent many messages to these countries to participate in reconstruction and are waiting for progress on this file.

With regard to the Egyptian grant, Sarhan noted that Egyptian residential cities in three areas of the Gaza Strip will provide 2,500 housing units.


Sarhan said the ministry received the initial plans for residential cities to be built in the American region on an area of 40 dunums by 500 units, near the Tower of Andalusia with 500 units, and near the city of Zahra with 1,500 housing units on an area of 140 dunums.

Sarhan said work on the North Corniche within the Egyptian grant is continuing, and designs for adults in the Shujaiya and Saraya areas are being equipped.

Sarhan said an Egyptian engineering delegation will arrive in Gaza this week to follow up on reconstruction processes and discuss and discuss plans for existing projects.

With regard to projects run by UNRWA, he stressed that the Agency was working on separate projects in total and partial reconstruction, but that they were still in small amounts, not large amounts.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Sources: IOF demolishes house near Hebron

Sources: IOF demolishes house near Hebron
Sources: IOF demolishes house near Hebron

Hebron-Gaza Post – Israeli soldiers destroyed a private residence east of Yatta, south of the occupied West Bank city of Hebron, on Monday According to local sources.

Activist, Fouad al-Amour,  reported that the soldiers demolished a residential structure owned by local resident Abu Salah al-Ja’abari in the village of Erfa’ya, east of Yatta.

It should be emphasized that residents of the hamlet are routinely assaulted by Israeli forces in order to force them to abandon their property in favor of settlers.

Meanwhile, Israeli authorities built a concrete structure near bypass route No. 60, at the entrance to the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, on Palestinian-owned land.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

16-year-old Palestinian youth shot dead by IOF: sources

16-year-old Palestinian youth shot dead by IOF: sources
16-year-old Palestinian youth shot dead by IOF: sources

Tulkarm-Gaza Post – A 16-year-old Palestinian youth was killed, on Monday dawn, by the Israeli occupation shots.


Israeli daily killing, attacks, crimes, storms, and arrest raids against Palestinian men and women make them defend their land and rights.

Imagine while you drive your car, the occupation forces followed you this is what happened with Mohamed Nidal Younis trying to avoid the Israeli occupation forces following him to turn his car on their barrier near the Jabara checkpoint between Tulkarm and Taybeh, and then the occupation completes his crime by shooting him.


 Mohamed Nidal Younis is a 16-year-old boy from Nablus. He was killed immediately, while Israeli medical sources stated that the Israeli soldier was seriously wounded, and that he was taken to Tel Hashomer Hospital for treatment, and that his injuries are concentrated in the limbs, chest, and head, but his condition is stable.

The Jbara Military Checkpoint was established in 2007 on the lands of Khirbet Jbara, south of Tulkarm, in the northwest of the West Bank. Next to it is an Israeli occupation camp with an area of ​​about 20 dunums.

 The lands of Jbara village are under attack by the occupation and attempts to seize hundreds of dunums of its agricultural lands, in order to establish a new settlement industrial zone.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Updated: Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Teen After An Alleged Ramming Attack

Israeli sources have confirmed that the Palestinian teen has died from serious wounds; he was shot and seriously injured after he reportedly rammed soldiers at a military roadblock near Tulkarem, in northern West Bank.

The Palestinian was later identified as Mohammad Nidal Younis Mousa, 16, from the Namsawi neighborhood in Nablus city, in northern West Bank.

Israeli sources said a security guard was seriously injured before he was rushed to Tal HaShomer medical center and added that his wounds were to the chest and head.

The Israeli army said in a statement that the Palestinian sped into the roadblock and rammed his car into the guard post, causing serious wounds to a security guard, 34 years of age.

It added that the other guard opened fire at the Palestinian car, seriously wounding the driver before he was moved to a hospital where he died from his wounds.

It is worth mentioning that the soldiers also invaded Nablus city, before storming and ransacking the family home of the slain child, in addition to detaining and interrogating the family in their home.

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Israeli Soldier, Palestinian Driver, Injured In What Israel Claims Deliberate Ramming Attack
Published on: Dec 6, 2021, at 06:14

Israeli sources have reported, Monday, that one soldier was seriously injured after being struck by a Palestinian car in what the army is speculating a car-ramming attack at a military roadblock near Tulkarem, in northern West Bank. Unconfirmed Israeli reports alleged the Palestinian driver was killed.

Israeli media outlets resorted to the frequently used term “neutralized,” to refer to the condition of the Palestinian driver, while some sources claimed his death has been confirmed.

The Israeli army claimed the car was traveling from the Palestinian side of the roadblock before it struck the guard.

It added that the soldiers at the roadblock opened fire at the car, and “neutralized the driver.”

It is worth mentioning that Hebrew media reports said the driver was killed and not just injured.

The Israeli soldier, 34, suffered head and chest wounds, and his condition has been described as serious but stable.

The incident took place, according to Israeli reports, at 1:30 after midnight.

On Saturday, December 4th, Israeli soldiers killed a Palestinian in occupied Jerusalem. The Palestinian Center for Huaman Rights (PCHR) said described the incident as a crime amounting to an extrajudicial execution.

“On Saturday, 4 December 2021, in a crime amounting to extrajudicial execution, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) shot and killed a Palestinian male, who stabbed an Israeli settler in occupied East Jerusalem; even though IOF had shot and wounded him, neutralizing any threats he proposed,” the PCHR said.

The Palestinian has been identified as Mohammad Shawkat Salima, 25, from Salfit in the central West Bank.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Army Detains Nine Palestinians, Including a Child Across the West Bank

Israeli forces detained, Monday, several Palestinian civilians from the occupied West Bank, including an eleven-year-old child and a university student, according to local sources.

In the central West Bank town of Silwad, northeast of Ramallah, Israeli troops detained three young men identified as, Abdul Rahman Faris, Abdul Ghani Faris a student at Birzeit University, and a former prisoner, Moataz Hamed.

East of Ramallah, soldiers detained one Palestinian, identified as Khaled Nawabit from the town of Burqa after storming and vandalizing his home.

To the west of Ramallah, Israeli troops invaded Ni’lin, Deir Qadis, Kharbatha Bani Harith, and Bil’in towns, and forcibly entered several Palestinian civilian homes, including that of a former prisoner without making any arrests.

Israeli intelligence agents and soldiers stormed the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Al-‘Isawiya, where they invaded and ransacked several homes and detained four Palestinians, including a child.

The detainees were identified as Qassem Derbas, Saleh Abu Asab, Muhammad Mustafa, and the child Ahmed Al-Afghani, 11.

They were then transferred them to the Al-Moskobiya interrogation center in West Jerusalem, according to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic).

Furthermore, security sources told the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) that Israeli troops invaded Dura town, southwest of Hebron, in the southern West Bank, and detained Akram Atef Qazzaz, after storming and searching his home.

WAFA added that soldiers set up flying military roadblocks for Palestinian traffic at the entrance of Sa`ir town and Halhul town, in the city of Hebron.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Israeli Forces Demolish Homes and a Water Well Near Hebron

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Israeli forces demolished, Monday, two Palestinian-owned homes and a water well south of Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank, according to a local activist.

Fouad al-Amour told the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) that Israeli forces demolished a residential building belonging to Abu Salah al-Ja’abari, in Erfa’ya village, located east of Yatta town.

The Wall and Colonization Resistance Commission reported that two civilian homes and a water well were destroyed by Israeli soldiers in the Al-Buwaib and Ziv areas, east of Yatta town.

Bulldozers can be seen tearing down a residential building made of concrete and tin, reducing it to rubble.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Islamic scholars in 28 countries: Normalization is betrayal

Istanbul (QNN)- Islamic scholars from 28 countries said that “normalization deals and military and political alliances with the zionist entity, especially those made recently by Arab regimes, are a betrayal of God, the prophet, and believers.”

In a statement issued in the closing of the “Islamic organizations and scholars’ solidarity forum with Jerusalem and Palestine”, which has been held in Istanbul, the scholars called on regimes to stop “the shameful chasing of the zionist entity, which will not secure their thrones and positions, however, it will dishonor them in this life and the hereafter.”

“We call on the countries of the Muslim world to stop thinking of normalization with the zionist entity and focus on the young generations in order to prepare them for any possible battle with the zionist entity.

The statement also condemned the Israeli ongoing raids into Al Aqsa mosque and the attacks on graveyards. It also decried the Israeli President’s raid into the Ibrahimi mosque and called for urgent actions to prevent the temporal and spatial division of Al Aqsa mosque.

The forum also showed its support for the resistance, which has been defending Palestine and the Palestinian people.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

For 10 days, ‘Israel’ orders Palestinian families in Jordan Valley to leave their homes for military training

Jordan Valley (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces have ordered on Monday several Palestinian families in Khirbet Ibziq community, northeast of Tubas in the northern Jordan Valley, to leave their homes today for 10 days under pretext of military training.

Local sources said the forces handed five Palestinian families in Khirbet Ibziq notices, ordering them to leave their homes for 10 days under the pretext of holding military drills, which is set to start on Monday and ends on 15 December.

Until the end of the duration of the drill, the families, including children and elderly, are going to sleep in the open without any shelter in the bitterly cold winter that has already set in over the region.

The Jordan Valley is home to approximately 60,000 Palestinians, but nearly 90 percent of the land is part of the so-called Area C, the three-fifths of the West Bank that is under complete Israeli control.

It includes closed military areas and about 50 Israeli settlement outposts housing some 12,000 colonial Israeli settlers.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

After shooting him to death, Israeli forces storm house of Palestinian martyr in Nablus

Nablus (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces stormed on Monday the house of Palestinian martyr Mohammad Younes in Kafr Qallil village in Nablus in the occupied West Bank, after shooting him to death last night.

Local sources said the occupation forces brutally stormed Mohammad’s house in the village of Kafr Qallil and vandalized the furniture, turning the house upside-down.

15-year-old Mohammed Younes was shot dead last night by Israeli occupation forces bullets when he had a car accident while he was driving close to the Jubara military checkpoint, south of Tulkarm. Israeli authorities claimed that he was planning to run over a number of soldiers at the checkpoint.

Younes was transferred to a hospital inside the 1948-occupied Palestinian territories as he was shot with several bullets. He succumbed to his serious wounds shortly afterwards.

(Source / 06.12.2021)

Israeli forces shoot dead Palestinian youth in Tulkarm

Tulkarm (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces shot dead a Palestinian youth at Jubara military checkpoint, south of Tulkarm in the occupied West Bank on Monday night.

Local sources said that Israeli occupation soldiers opened fire last night at the 15-year-old Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Nedal Younes, while he was driving at the checkpoint.

The teenager had an accident, wounding an Israeli soldier. However, Israeli media claimed he tried to run over a number of soldiers at the checkpoint.

Younes was transferred to a hospital inside the 1948-occupied Palestinian territories as he was shot with several bullets.

He succumbed to his serious wounds shortly afterwards.

(Source / 06.12.2021)