Soldiers Shoot And Abduct A Young Man In Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers shot and abducted a young Palestinian man in the at-Tour town, in occupied Jerusalem.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers invaded the town, leading to protests, before firing rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs.

They added that the soldiers shot Bassam Abu Sbeitan, with rubber-coated steel bullets in the leg, and assaulted him before dragging him away.

The Palestinian was seen in pain trying to walk while the soldiers were taking him away, without providing him with the needed medical help.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Israeli Police Detain A Palestinian Who Reportedly Rammed Colonizer With Car

Israeli sources have reported, Wednesday, that the police detained a Palestinian man after he allegedly rammed an Israeli colonialist settler with his car, near occupied Jerusalem. The injured woman made the allegation that two hours after she was injured.

The sources said that the “incident appears to be hit and run”, and took place near Maale Michmash colony, southeast of occupied East Jerusalem.

They added that the woman suffered a moderate injury before she was moved to a hospital in Jerusalem.

According to the injured woman, who remained alert, a car passed her on the road near the colony, “before turning back and accelerating towards her.”

However, the woman only made the allegation to the police and the medical crews two hours after she was injured.

The Israeli police said they located the Palestinian vehicle, and detained the driver in the al-Ezariyya town, east of Jerusalem, before moving him to an interrogation facility.

It is worth mentioning that Mikhmas, inhabited by about 1700 persons, is a Palestinian village, southeast of Jerusalem, and is surrounded by three illegal Israeli colonies (Michmash, Psegot, and Adam( that were built after Israel occupied the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, in the year 1967.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Soldiers Abduct Three Palestinians Near Jenin

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Thursday at dawn, three young Palestinian men from Ya’ad town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

Samer Abu Bakr, the head of Ya’bad Municipality, stated that several army jeeps invaded the town at dawn before the soldiers stormed and ransacked homes.

He added that the soldiers abducted three young men identified as Samih Sa’id Amarna, Yazan Sa’id Kabaha, and Ahmad Zoheir Hirzallah.

On Wednesday at night, the soldiers closed placed sandhills at the western entrance of the town, in addition to various minor roads leading to it.

Abu Bakr stated that the army frequently invades the town, in addition to the constant violations against the Palestinian farmers and their lands, especially during the olive harvest season.

It is worth mentioning that large areas of farmlands and olive orchards are completely isolated behind the illegal Annexation Wall, an issue that forces the Palestinians to apply for permits from the Israeli army just to be able to enter their lands.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Israeli Army Invades Farmlands In Northern Gaza

Israeli soldiers invaded and bulldozed, Thursday, Palestinian farmlands, north of Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Media sources said several military vehicles, and bulldozers, invaded the farmlands near the perimeter fence while firing live rounds and smoke bombs to force the farmers away.

They added that the military bulldozers uprooted the lands and installed sand hills close to the fence.

The attacks are part of frequent Israeli violations against the Palestinians, especially the fishermenfarmersshepherds, and workers in the besieged and impoverished Gaza Strip, and have led to dozens of casualties, including fatalities, in addition to serious property damage and the confiscation of many boats after abducting the fishermen.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Israeli Soldiers Abduct Eight Palestinians In West Bank

Israeli soldiers abducted, earlier Thursday, eight Palestinians from their homes in several parts of the occupied West Bank, including the occupied capital, Jerusalem.

The soldiers invaded Ya’bad town, west of Jenin, in northern West Bank, searched homes, and abducted three young men, identified as Samih Sa’id Amarna, Yazan Sa’id Kabaha, and Ahmad Zoheir Herzallah.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted a woman, identified as Randa Sa’id, and a young man, Saif Qawasmi, in the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The soldiers also invaded Silwan town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and abducted a young man, identified as Ahmad Jamil Silwadi, from his home in Batn al-Hawa neighborhood.

Also in Silwan, the soldiers and intelligence officers invaded the home of Jamal Gheith in the same neighborhood, and violently searched it, causing excessive damage. The soldiers also used a K9 unit in the search.

In Ramallah, in central West Bank, the soldiers invaded and searched homes, before abducting Sameh Abdul-Hadi Rammaha, 18, from the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, and Nihad Eyad Hamdan, from Beit Sira town, west of the city.

In related news, the soldiers invaded and bulldozed Palestinian farmlands, north of Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Video| Israeli forces shoot young man in Jerusalem

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli forces on Wednesday shot at a young man near a school in Al Tour in occupied Jerusalem.

Local sources said Israeli forces opened fire at Bassam Abu Sbeitan then arrested him despite his injury in his left leg.

The sources added that Israeli forces attacked and beat up school kids during their raid.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Dozens Israeli settlers storm archeological site of Sebastia for 2nd day in row

Nablus (QNN)- Dozens Israeli settlers stormed the archeological site of Sebastia in Nablus in the occupied West Bank, for the second day in a row, with the occupation forces’ protection, under the pretext of celebrating Jewish holiday.

Local sources said dozens of Israeli settlers forced their way into the site under the protection of the Israeli forces, who deployed earlier today at the village entrances and proceeded to close the site, preventing Palestinians from accessing it and from opening their shops, to make room for the settler intrusion.

The settlers’ raid came under the pretext of marking the week-long Sukkot holiday, a Jewish holiday which started on Monday evening, September 20 and ended next Monday, September 27.

Today is the second day in which the settlers stormed the site.

The Hamas group has condemned the occupation authorities’ closure of the site and preventing Palestinians from accessing it, describing the move as form of the “Zionist Israeli aggression on the Palestinian people.”

Sebastia is an ancient town dating back 3,000 years. It extends over 5,000 dunums [1,235 acres] and is inhabited by 3,500 people. Herod the Great named the city Sebaste — meaning Augustus — in honor of Roman Emperor Augustus Caesar in 27 B.C.

The city, famous for its dozens of Roman archaeological pieces and sites, continuously faces attacks by Israeli settlers and the Israeli forces, who have their eyes set on its archaeological sites.

The settlers also repeatedly raided the archeological site of Sebastia, as in June only, the settlers raided it more than three times.

Israel’s archeological activities in Palestinian territory aim to extend the policy of dispossessing Palestinians of their lands and cultural assets.

There are nearly 700,000 Israeli settlers living in 256 illegal settlements and outposts scattered across the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Israeli settlements are illegal under international law.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Israeli police kidnap Jerusalemites from Silwan and at-Tur

Days of Palestine – Jerusalem – The Israeli occupation police on Tuesday evening kidnaped a number of Jerusalemite young men during a campaign in the towns of Silwan and at-Tur.

According to local sources, police forces stormed the Silwan district and rounded up several young men after a pole carrying security cameras was set alight in the Bir Ayyoub neighborhood.

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Some of the detainees were identified as Mahdi Jaber, Sultan Sarhan, Mohamed Shalludi, and Braunak Zeitoun.

Police forces also stormed At-Tur town near the Old City of Jerusalem and kidnaped two citizens identified as Ameer Abul-Hawa and Mustafa Abul-Hawa.

Read More: Israeli occupation demolishes house under construction in Silwan

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Israeli army closes Ibrahimi Mosque for Jewish celebrations

Days of Palestine – Hebron – The Israeli occupation army on Tuesday announced the closure of the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron City to Muslim worshipers for some days to allow Jewish settlers to celebrate a religious event.

Director of the Mosque Sheikh Hafdi Abu Sneina said the Israeli army informed the administration of the Ibrahimi Mosque of its intent to close the Mosque on Tuesday night and until midnight next Friday.

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Abu Sneina added that scores of Jewish settlers would defile the Mosque during the coming days to mark what they call the Sukkot occasion.

Meanwhile, the Israeli army imposed movement restrictions on the Palestinians at the entrances to the Old City of Hebron at the pretext of securing the area for Jewish celebrations.

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This was the third Israeli closure of the Ibrahimi Mosque during the current month on allegations of allowing settlers to enter the holy site to mark religious occasions.

After the 1994 massacre of 29 Palestinian worshippers inside the Mosque by Jewish terrorist Baruch Goldstein, the Israeli occupation army imposed its control over the Islamic holy site and divided it between Muslims and Jewish settlers.

Since early September, the Israeli army has imposed a ban on Muslims to recite the call to prayer (Adhan) from their holy site on the pretext that the settlers living [illegally] in Hebron feel disturbed by the Adhan sound.

(Source / 23.09.2021)

Over 550 settlers defile Aqsa Mosque in morning tours

Days of Palestine – Jerusalem – Hundreds of extremist Jewish settlers on Wednesday morning desecrated the Aqsa Mosque in Occupied Jerusalem to mark a religious occasion.

According to local sources, at least 552 settlers entered the Mosque in groups through its Maghariba Gate and toured its courtyards under police escort.

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A senior police commander and other officers also participated in the mass settler break-ins at the Mosque to mark the occasion.

A number of rabbis delivered lectures about the alleged temple mount, while other settlers performed Talmudic prayers during the morning tours.

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Meanwhile, the police intensified the presence of its forces in the Old City of Jerusalem and around the Aqsa Mosque, particularly at its entrances and gates, and imposed movement restrictions on Muslim worshipers from the holy city and 1948 occupied Palestine (Israel).

A number of Muslim worshipers were also prevented from entering the Islamic holy site during the morning settler tours.

(Source / 23.09.2021)