Days of Palestine – Jerusalem – The Israeli occupation forces on Sunday arrested Mohammed Eid Masharah, 49, and his wife, Khetam, 42, from the town of Jabal Al-Mukaber, in occupied Jerusalem.
Local sources reported that the occupation forces arrested them after they raided their home and searched it, noting that muhammad masharah is the brother of the two prisoners, ramadan and fahmi, who are serving a life sentence of 20 repeated sentences, according to the Commission of Detainees Affairs.
Days of Palestine – Nablus – The Palestinian girl, Hala Mash’hour Qutt, 11, sustained injuries today as a group of hardcore settlers attacked her family’s house in the village of Madama, to the south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, according to a local source.
Local sources said that settlers attacked the house of the girl’s family, located in the southeastern region of the village, with stones, and smashed its windows, injuring her with a stone in her head, and they also attempted to kidnap the girl, but were fended off by local Palestinian residents who thwarted the kidnapping attempt and forced the settlers out of the village.
The girl was moved to a hospital in Nablus city for medical treatment.
The village of Madama is exposed to repeated attacks by settlers who attack citizens’ homes and properties, attacks on farmers and expel them from their lands, under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces, in addition to cutting down old olive trees, in an attempt to seize the village’s lands.
Following increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases, Qadri Abu Bakr, head of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO)’s Commission for Prisoners Affairs, accused Israel of “intentional medical negligence” against Palestinian prisoners, Anadolu Agency reported on Friday.
“The situation inside Israeli jails is worrying,” he expressed, noting that the number of COVID-19 cases among prisoners has reached 277 and is expected to rise.
Abu Bakr said that Palestinian prisoner Basel Ajaj, 45, is suffering a critical health condition after he caught COVID-19 and entered the ICU.
He holds the Israeli occupation authorities fully responsible for the condition of Ajaj and other prisoners who are suffering from COVID-19.
Israeli occupation authorities have taken the measurements of the Dome of the Rock while Israeli settlers are calling for its demolition, Director of Al-Aqsa Mosque Sheikh Omar Al-Kiswani announced on Friday.
Al-Kiswani described what is being done inside Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock as “a dangerous measure”.
Speaking with the local Palestinian Al-Quds Radio, Al-Kiswani explained: “We are looking seriously at the behaviour of the Israeli occupation inside Al-Aqsa Mosque. We believe it is taking the measurements for a foreign firm and we do not know what’s behind it.”
In addition, he indicated that the Israeli occupation is working to revoke the sovereignty of the Awqaf Ministry in Al-Aqsa Mosque, pointing out that the Israeli occupation is imposing tight measures on the Palestinians under the pretext of the coronavirus, while it is facilitating the raids of the settlers.
“Al-Aqsa Mosque is not the responsibility for the Palestinians or the Jordanians alone, but for all Muslims around the world,” according to Al-Kiswani, stressing that all the Islamic countries should have a united decision to stop the Judaisation of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
On Friday, Israeli occupation forces suppressed the weekly march organized in the village of At-Tuwani, south of Hebron, in solidarity with Harun Abu Aram, who was shot and paralyzed last month by the Israeli troop’s gunfire.
Since early morning hours, troops set up a checkpoint at the village entrance and tried to prevent solidarity activists from several NGOs and journalists to get into the village. activists managed to enter through an agricultural road adjacent to the main entrance. Residents prayed at the entrance, and then marched, trying to reach the land where Harun Abu Aram was injured.
Soldiers prevented the march from advancing and assaulted demonstrators, fired sound bombs at them, and then arrested Suleiman Al-Hathrin after they attacked him. Combatants for Peace activist sustained light wounds in her leg after she was pushed to the ground by one of the soldiers.
Fouad Al-Amor from the Committee of southern Hebron and Masafer Yatta explained, “We are here today in solidarity with Harun Abu Aram, who is lying in the hospital after being shot by the occupation soldiers. We denounce these barbaric policies by the occupation that targets Palestinian communities, and we affirm that we will organize an event every Friday.”
Elie Avidor from Combatants for Peace said, “I am here to stand by the people of At-Tuwani village and demonstrate against the demolition of homes and against the shooting of Harun Abu Aram … I say to the State of Israel there will be no peace as long as the occupation exists.”
Israeli occupation soldiers shot Harun Abu Aram last month, causing him complete paralysis, when he was trying to prevent them from confiscating his power generator.
Israeli forces arrested 30 children during the first two weeks of 2021
Ramallah (QNN)- The occupation state increased its arrest policy against native Palestinians, arresting 250 citizens in 2021, Palestine Center For Prisoners’ Studies.
The head of the center, Riyadh Al Ashqar, said 2021 will not probably be better than last year. Arrests sharply increased during the first two weeks of 2021. While Covid-19 infections among prisoners increased by 90% in comparison with ten months of 2020.
Al Ashqar added that the arrests became a method to drain people’s power ad repress them. It intensively targets all segments of society.
He added that the arrests targeted 30 children under the age of 18. The youngest of them is Alaa Haddad (11 years old) from occupied Jerusalem.
Israeli forces also arrested the wounded child Muhiddin Gheith (18 years old) at the 60 military checkpoint after shooting at him.
Al Ashqar added that ‘Israel’ arrested the lawyer Suheil Huseini (59 years old) and his son Fahd after breaking into their house in Hebron.
Al Ashqar noted that the center documented one arrest from Gaza. They released him a few hours later.
He also noted that the main event of 2020 was COVID-19. The virus broadly spread among prisoners. The cases increased from 140 last year to 236 in 2021. The PIS continues to hide the real numbers of the cases.
The health conditions of several prisoners deteriorated recently, said Al Ashqar. The Israeli policy of medical negligence continued. Hussein Masalmeh (37 years old) is a cancer patient, who has been suffering. Israeli authorities, however, refuse to release him.
Days of Palestine – Tulkarm – The Israeli occupation forces arrested, on Friday evening, two young men from the Shweika suburb, north of Tulkarm.
Local sources said that the occupation forces arrested the two young men, Fadi Yasser Najjar and Adham Samer Al-Aqra, during clashes that took place in a suburb, during which Israeli soldiers fired tear gas canisters at the youths who threw stones at them, causing tens of suffocation.
Days of Palestine – Gaza – Israeli occupation forces opened fire, on Saturday morning, at Palestinian agricultural lands east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip.
Local resources reported that the occupation forces based in military towers and tanks behind the border strip east of Khan Yunis fired their machine guns at the agricultural lands of the citizens in Al-Fokhary area, east of the city.
Days of Palestine – Hebron – Israeli settlers attacked today, Saturday, the homes and properties of Palestinian citizens in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces.
Local sources reported that settlers from “Carmiel, Maon and Avigal” settlements, which are built on the Palestinian lands south of Hebron, attacked citizens’ homes and properties, and attacked shepherds and farmers of the Jabarin and Najjar families, in Al-Batum and Tuenin , threw insults and bad words , as the people confronted them, forcing them to leave.
Fouad Al-Amor, the coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees south of Hebron, appealed to human rights and international intervenee to put an end to the practices of the Israeli settlers, who are trying to force Palestinian citizens to leave their homes and lands, with the aim of seizing them in favor of expanding the settlements.