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Israeli Occupation Regime Continues Abuse, Mistreatment, Demolitions, Abductions, and Injuring of Palestinians

February 22, 2020

Editor's Note:

While brutal force has been used to create Zionist Israel and sustain it thus far, Zionist claims to Palestine are false. Actually, from the five thousand years of known written history, there has been a continuous Palestinian-Canaanite presence in the Holy Land. Despite the Zionist false claims, the ancient Israelites ruled part of the land for only 85 years (during the reign of David, Solomon, and Solomon's son).

 After that, the Egyptians conquered Palestine-Canaan in 925 BC, followed by Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans, before the Arab Muslim rule, starting from 636 AD.

By the Time Jesus started his mission, the three population groups of Canaanites, Palestinians, and Israelites were melted together in religion and language. Most of them became Christians when Constantine converted in 313 AD. Then, most of them became Muslims in the 7th and 8th centuries AD.

So, Palestinian Muslims, Christians, and Jews are the ones who have the right to claim descent from ancient Israelites, Palestinians, and Canaanites, not Zionists from other continents.

The following news stories are just examples of the Israeli occupation government abuse, mistreatment, and violations of Palestinian human rights, on daily basis.

More detailed news stories can be found at the following sources:

http://english.wafa.ps/, https://english.palinfo.com/, https://imemc.org/, https://paltoday.ps/ar/

 

 
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Israeli Occupation Navy Fires Shells At Palestinian Fishing Boats In Gaza

 IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation navy ships fired, on Monday morning, two shells at Palestinian fishing boats near the shore in the central part of the Gaza Strip.

The navy fired the two shells at the boats while sailing less than six nautical miles in Palestinian territorial waters, a fisherman who witnessed the attack said.

He added that the shells did not hit the fishing boats but exploded near them, forcing the fishermen back to the shore without being able to fish to provide for their families.

The attack is part of the numerous Israeli violations targeting the Palestinians in Gaza territorial waters, in addition to farmers, workers, and shepherds on lands close to the perimeter fence in the besieged and impoverished coastal region.

Israel repeatedly expands and reduces the fishing zone in Gaza, from three to six then to nine, and back to three or six, while the Oslo agreements between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization clearly set the fishing zone in the Gaza Strip to twenty nautical miles.

Earlier Monday, the soldiers, stationed across the perimeter fence, fired many live rounds at Palestinian farmers on their lands, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Israeli Occupation Soldiers Demolish A Residential Building In Jerusalem, Displacing 17 Family Members

 IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Dozens of Israeli occupation soldiers and police officers, accompanied by bulldozers, invaded the al-Isawiya town, in occupied Jerusalem and demolished a Palestinian building, housing seventeen members of Oleyyan family.

Resident Fadi Oleyyan, who works as a guard of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, said his familys building did not violate the zoning laws, and is included in the Structural Map of the town.

Oleyyan added the family constructed the building ten years ago, and said the destruction is part of Israels illegal policies targeting the indigenous Palestinians in occupied Jerusalem to replace them with colonialist settlers.

The army said the building was constructed without a permit from the City Council, in occupied Jerusalem.

The family filed numerous applications and paid large sums to the City Council to obtain all needed permits, but the appeals were all denied.

The attack is politically motivated, especially since Israel froze the destruction of homes to allow the advancement of the structure zoning of the town, he said, However, Israels laws regarding Palestinian constructions in occupied Jerusalem, are unjust and only aim at removing the Palestinians to replace them with illegal colonialist settlers.

I have received lately many threatening calls by Israeli security officers who clearly said that they would demolish my home if I dont stop working as a guard in Al-Aqsa Mosque, especially since my colleagues, and I frequently intercept and try to stop the colonists from invading and desecrating the holy site, he said.

It is worth mentioning that Oleyyan spent more than a year in Israeli prisons, in addition to being repeatedly detained and interrogated, in addition to receiving many orders barring him from entering Al-Aqsa and its surrounding areas for various periods of time, although he works as a guard at the holy site.

His father stood in front of the soldiers who surrounded the building before demolishing it, and said that the ongoing destruction and displacement are the fruits of the poisonous tree of the extreme Israeli right-wing occupation government.

They want us out of our lands, he added, We have no other place to go to anyway, and here we will stay.

The demolished building contains four flats, housing seventeen family members, who were all rendered homeless.

It is worth mentioning that the family was only informed of the final decision to demolish the building, on Sunday, and had to rush to remove their furniture and belongings before the soldiers started the destruction.

Israeli Occupation Army Demolishes Bedouin Village In Northern Plains For The Sixth Time This Year

 IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers invaded, Monday, Khirbat Hamsa al-Foqa village, in the Northern Plains of the occupied West Bank, and began the demolition of its tents and sheds; the attack is the sixth of its kind this year alone.

Motaz Bisharat, a Palestinian Authority official who monitors Israels illegal colonialist activities in the Jordan Valley, said dozens of soldiers surrounded the Bedouin community before invading it.

Bisharat added that the soldiers started the demolition and removal of many residential sheds and tents, in addition to barns.

The official stated that the demolished structures were installed through donations by international human rights groups to provide shelter for the Palestinians who keep facing constant displacement by the Israeli occupation army.

The demolition came just one day after the soldiers invaded the community and took pictures of tents and barns.

It is worth mentioning that the Israeli occupation army demolished Khirbat Hamsa four times this month alone, in addition to the massive destruction and displacement carried out by the soldiers in early November of last year, 2020, displacing more than 85 Palestinians, including 35 children.

Israeli Occupation Army Fires Live Rounds At Farmers In Southern Gaza

IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers, stationed across the perimeter fence, fired many live rounds, on Monday morning, at Palestinian farmers on their lands, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers, on military towers and in tanks, fired many live rounds and a few concussion grenades, targeting the farmlands and the farmers, forcing the Palestinians to leave in fear of further escalation.

They added that the Palestinians were tending to their lands near the perimeter fence when the soldiers attacked them with live fire.

The attack is one of the numerous Israeli violations against the Palestinians, especially the farmers, workers, and shepherds, in addition to the fishermen, in the besieged and impoverished Gaza Strip.

Israeli Occupation Soldiers Abduct 19 Palestinians In West Bank

IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers abducted, on Monday at dawn, nineteen Palestinians in several parts of the occupied West Bank, during extensive and violent searches of homes and buildings.

In Nablus, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Omar Abdul-Rahim Hanbali and Mohammad Eshteyya in addition to Dr. Mustafa Shonnar, a lecturer at the Najah National University.

The soldiers also invaded Qabatia town, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, searched many homes, and abducted Qussai Sobhi Hanaisha, Muthanna Khaled Kamil, and Momen Nasri Abu ar-Rob.

In the Jenin refugee camp, the soldiers searched a few homes and abducted Ahmad Mohammad Shaqfa.

In Bethlehem, south of the occupied capital, Jerusalem, the soldiers searched many homes in the Deheishe refugee camp, south of the city, before abducting Wael Khalil Salem, 40, Tareq Ziad Arafa, 17, Ali Yousef Arafa, 28, and brother Othman Arafa, 25, in addition to Toqai Saleh Manasra, 25, who was taken prisoner from his home in Doha town, southwest of Bethlehem.

In Jericho, in northeastern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Omar Abu Janada and Mohammad al-Kallouni.

In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Jibril Abu Turki from his home in the Khirbat Qalqas area, south of the city.

The soldiers also installed roadblocks at the northern roads of Hebron city, in addition to the main entrance of Sair, Yatta, and Halhoul towns, before stopping and searching dozens of cars and interrogated the Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

In Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted Wisam Kanaan Khatib, Maher Mteir, Islam Ismael Ibrahim, and Amir Ibrahim, from their homes in Kafr Aqab neighborhood, north of Jerusalem, in addition to Anata and Hizma towns, northeast of the city.

During the invasion into Kafr Aqab, the soldiers attacked Palestinian protesters with a few live rounds and teargas bombs, causing many residents to suffer the effects of teargas inhalation.

Israeli Occupation Army Detains A Palestinian Woman Near Al-Aqsa Mosque

IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers detained, Sunday, a Palestinian woman near Bab al-Asbat (Lions Gate), one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, and invaded a home in Bab Hotta in the Old City.

Local sources said the soldiers abducted Khadija Khweiss, 43, while she was walking near Bab al-Asbat, and took her to an interrogation facility in Jerusalem.

Khadija was interrogated for several hours and was released after the soldiers handed her an order denying her access to Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surrounding areas for one week.

She is one of many Palestinian women who have been frequently abducted, detained, and interrogated by the Israeli army and the police for nonviolently protesting the ongoing invasions and violations by the soldiers and the colonialist settlers into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

During these invasions, the army and the police assault the Palestinian worshipers and force them away from the holy site, and its courtyards, to facilitate the provocative tours carried out by illegal colonialists.

In related news, the soldiers invaded a home, owned by members of the Seder family in Bab Hotta, and interrogated the family while searching the property.

Israeli Occupation Soldiers Cut Dozens Of Olive Trees Near Bethlehem

IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Several fanatic illegal Israeli settlers invaded, Sunday, a Palestinian olive orchard in the al-Walaja village, northwest of Bethlehem, south of the occupied capital, Jerusalem in the West Bank, and cut dozens of olive trees.

Local nonviolent activist, Ibrahim Awadallah, stated that the colonists invaded an orchard, owned by Fawzi Khalifa, before using chainsaws to cut more than seventy olive trees he planted at least ten years ago.

He added that the invaded orchard is in Orouq Zneid area, in the southern part of al-Walaja.

Awadallah stated that the village has been subject to frequent violations by the soldiers and the colonialist settlers.

The violations include cutting and uprooting trees, bulldozing farmlands, in addition to demolishing homes and structures, and issuing demolition orders.

Israeli Occupation Army Abducts Two Children In Jerusalem

 IMEMC, FEB 22, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers abducted, Sunday, two Palestinian children, only eight and six years old, in front of their home in Hizma town, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers abducted Aws Ghazi Najeeb, 8, and his brother Mohammad, 6, while playing in front of their home.

The two children were kidnapped when the soldiers invaded the town and chased several youths.

It is worth mentioning that the soldiers have recently escalated their invasions and violations against the Palestinians in the town, and have abducted or detained many residents, especially children.

Israeli Occupation Army Injures Four Palestinians Near Ramallah

IMEMC, FEB 21, 2021

Palestinian medical sources have reported that four young men were injured, on Sunday at dawn, after an Israeli occupation army jeep chased and rammed their car near the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

Eyewitnesses said the army chased the Palestinian car at the entrance of Yabrud village, northeast of Ramallah, before the soldiers rammed the vehicle with their jeep, pushing it into a field at the side of the road.

They added that four young men, who were in the car, were injured after the army jeep rammed it, and were moved to a hospital in Ramallah for treatment.

It remains unclear why the soldiers chased the Palestinian car, especially since they did not arrest the young men after ramming their car.

Israeli Occupation Army Injures Four Palestinians Near Ramallah

IMEMC, FEB 21, 2021

Palestinian medical sources have reported that four young men were injured, on Sunday at dawn, after an Israeli occupation army jeep chased and rammed their car near the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

Eyewitnesses said the army chased the Palestinian car at the entrance of Yabrud village, northeast of Ramallah, before the soldiers rammed the vehicle with their jeep, pushing it into a field at the side of the road.

They added that four young men, who were in the car, were injured after the army jeep rammed it, and were moved to a hospital in Ramallah for treatment.

It remains unclear why the soldiers chased the Palestinian car, especially since they did not arrest the young men after ramming their car.

Israeli Occupation Army Abducts Two Palestinians In Jenin And Hebron

 IMEMC, FEB 21, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers abducted, on Sunday at dawn, two Palestinians from their homes in the West Bank governorates of Jenin and Hebron.

Media sources in Jenin said the soldiers invaded Rommana town, west of the city, before breaking into homes and searching them.

They added that the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Mahmoud Mohammad Bushnaq, after invading and searching his home and the home of his brother, Husam.

In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers invaded the Shiokh town, northeast of the city, searched homes and abducted Mohammad Rezeq Halayqa, 19.

On Saturday evening, the soldiers closed the bypass road near Beit Einoun junction, northeast of Hebron, and prevented the Palestinians from crossing, inflicting further suffering on the residents who had to look for longer alternate roads to reach their homes amidst the cold, especially the snow.

Earlier Saturday, the soldiers abducted a Palestinian man after the army assaulted and injured his father near Jericho, and a young man in Silwan town, in occupied Jerusalem, in the West Bank.

Israeli Occupation Army Abducts Two Palestinians, Injure one, Near Jericho And Jerusalem

IMEMC, FEB 21, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers abducted, Saturday, a Palestinian man after the army assaulted and injured his father near Jericho, and a young man in Silwan town, in occupied Jerusalem, in the West Bank.

Media sources said the soldiers assaulted Hussein Daoud Zayed, 65, after invading his home in Arab az-Zayed area, near Noweima village, north of Jericho in northeastern West Bank, causing various wounds before Palestinian medics rushed him to a hospital.

They added that the soldiers abducted Husseins son, Tawfiq Zayed, 35, and took him to an unknown destination.

In the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, the soldiers invaded the Wadi Yasoul neighborhood in Silwan town, and abducted Soheib al-Awar, 23, from his home, in addition to confiscating his car.

Israeli Occupation Soldiers Fire Live Rounds At Farmers In Southern Gaza

 IMEMC, FEB 20, 2021

Israeli occupation soldiers fired, on Saturday morning, several rounds of live ammunition at farmers on their lands east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers, stationed across the perimeter fence, east of Khan Younis, fired several live rounds at the farmers while working on their lands, forcing them to leave in fear of further violations.

They added that the soldiers also fired live rounds at a sanitation truck east of Khan Younis.

The attacks are part of ongoing Israeli violations against Palestinian farmersshepherds, and workers in areas near the fence across the eastern parts of the coastal region, and the fishermen in Palestinian territorial waters, leading to dozens of casualties, including fatalities.

Israeli Occupation Troops Attack Non-Violent Palestinian Rallies in Kufur Qaddoum, Beit Dajan

IMEMC, FEB 20, 2021

Israeli occupation forces attacked the weekly non-violent protest marches and rallies in several parts of the West Bank Friday, injuring three Palestinians with rubber-coated steel bullets and causing dozens to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

In Kufur Qaddoum, in the northern West Bank, two Palestinian protesters were taken to the hospital with severe injuries after being hit in the head and back, respectively, with rubber-coated steel bullets. Another protester was hit with a sponge grenade and was treated on the scene.

According to Morad Shtewi, coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Kufur Qaddoum, Israeli soldiers fired rubber-coated rounds, sponge grenades and teargas at the protesters. In addition to the three who suffered from direct hits by the less-lethal ammunition, dozens of villagers suffered from the effects of tear gas inhalation and were treated at the scene by local medics.

In Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus in the northern West Bank, Israeli forces invaded the area and violently dispersed hundreds of participants in a peaceful rally calling for an end to the Israeli confiscation of Palestinian-owned village land.

According to the Palestinian Wafa news agency, Israeli forces have displaced numerous Palestinian residents east of the village to make room for the construction of a new Israeli colonial settlement outpost.

During the demonstration, local sources reported that soldiers opened fire toward the participants, hitting one with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the foot.

Beit Dajan has become a scene for weekly protests against the Israeli authorities expansion of colonial settlements onto Palestinian-owned land.

In Kufur Qaddoum, the residents have held weekly protests for over a decade, demanding the return of their land stolen by the Israeli authorities to construct illegal colonial settlements and the Annexation Wall.

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OCHA: Protection of Palestinian Civilians Report Feb. 2 15, 2021

IMEMC, FEB 19, 2021

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Occupied Palestinian Territory (oPt) | Protection of Civilians report.
Summary from February 2 15, 2021

On 5 February, an Israeli settler shot and killed a 34-year-old Palestinian near a newly-constructed settlement outpost next to the village of Ras Karkar (Ramallah); Israeli military sources said that he had tried to break into a house in the outpost. Subsequent clashes in his village (Ras Karkar) resulted in the injury of one Palestinian and one Israeli soldier. Another Palestinian, aged 25, was killed in Nuba (Hebron), when an unexploded ordnance he found near his house exploded.

Seventy-one Palestinians and four Israeli soldiers were injured in clashes across the West Bank. Thirty of the Palestinian injuries were treated for tear gas inhalation on 12 February, in a protest against demolitions and confiscations in Humsa Al Bqaia. Twenty-seven Palestinians were injured in protests against the establishment of three settlement outposts on land belonging to residents of Kafr Malik, Deir Jarir, Ras at Tin, and Al Mughayyir, in Ramallah, and another one on Beit Dajan land in Nablus, and against settlement expansion in Kafr Qaddum (Qalqiliya) and Salfit. Seven Palestinians were injured in clashes that erupted during search-and-arrest operations in the refugee camps of Ad Duheisha (Bethlehem) and Jenin, and in Jaba village (also in Jenin). Another three were injured while reportedly attempting to cross into Israel through breaches in the Barrier in the Jenin area. Two were injured after Israeli forces intervened during clashes with Israeli settlers in Al Lubban ash Sharqiya (Nablus), and two others in unclear circumstances, near Silwad village (Ramallah). Fifty-one of those injured were treated for tear gas inhalation, ten were hit by rubber bullets, six were shot by live ammunition and the remaining five were physically assaulted or hit by tear gas canisters. Four Israeli soldiers were injured during a search-and-arrest operation in Beituniya (Ramallah).

Israeli forces carried out 186 search-and-arrest operations and arrested 172 Palestinians across the West Bank. The governorates of Jerusalem, Ramallah and Hebron were the most affected (on average 28 operations each). In one of the incidents, in Hebron, Israeli forces raided the city hall and detained employees who worked on the night shift; doors and furniture were reportedly broken.

In Gaza, on at least 28 occasions, Israeli forces opened warning fire near the perimeter fence on the border, or off the coast, presumably to enforce access restrictions. On another three occasions, Israeli forces conducted land levelling near the fence.

Following a closure of more than two months, the Egyptian-controlled Rafah crossing with Gaza was opened on 1 February for four consecutive days, in both directions. On 9 February, the Egyptian authorities announced that the crossing would open in both directions indefinitely. Since the beginning of February, 6,373 exits and 3,520 entries have been recorded.

Citing the lack of building permits, 89 Palestinian-owned structures were demolished or seized, displacing 146 people, of whom 83 were children, and otherwise affecting at least 330. On 3 and 8 February, the Israeli authorities demolished 37 structures, most of which were donated, in Humsa Al Bqaia community in the Jordan Valley. Sixty people, including 35 children, were displaced on each occasion. The community, most of which is located in an area designated for Israeli military training, has been subject to multiple mass demolitions in recent months. A UN statement issued on 5 February warned that pressure on the community to move raises a real risk of forcible transfer. In south Hebron, seven structures, including mobile latrines, were seized in the communities of Ar Rakeez, Umm al Kheir and Khirbet at Tawamin, affecting the living conditions and livelihoods of 80 people. In addition, in Al Jalama (Jenin), the livelihoods of about 70 people were affected as a result of the demolition of 13 beverage stalls. Seven structures were demolished in East Jerusalem, including four by their owners who wished to avoid fines; a family of four was displaced.

In addition, the Israeli authorities demolished, on punitive basis, a home in Tura al Gharbiya village (Jenin), displacing 11 people, including four children. The house belonged to the family of a Palestinian who was indicted for killing an Israeli woman in December. Last year, seven structures were demolished on similar grounds.

The Israeli authorities uprooted 1,000 saplings near the city of Tubas, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture. They were planted in response to the uprooting of thousands of trees last month in the same area, on the grounds that the land had been declared state land.

Perpetrators known or believed to be Israeli settlers injured four Palestinians, including a child, and damaged Palestinian-owned properties, including trees. Three Palestinians were physically assaulted in two separate clashes with Israeli settlers in the village of Al Lubban ash Sharqiya (Nablus). A boy, aged 13, was physically assaulted in the Israeli-controlled area of Hebron city (H2). A foreign volunteer was stoned and injured in Susiya village (Hebron), and other foreign and local volunteers were attacked and robbed in As Samu village by perpetrators believed to be settlers. According to Palestinian sources, over 130 olive trees and saplings were uprooted or cut down in the communities of Khirbet Sarra (Nablus), Bruqin and Kafr ad Dik (Salfit), in At Tuwani and Bir al Idd (Hebron), and in Al Janiya (Ramallah). Some 180 fence poles were stolen in Bruqin. In addition, an agricultural structure was damaged in Beit Dajan and a vehicle was set on fire in Qusra (both in Nablus). Another vehicle was stoned and damaged while travelling near Bet El settlement (Ramallah). In Qawawis, a shepherd reported the death of seven of his sheep from poisonous material that he believes had been sprayed by settlers from the nearby Mitzpe Yair settlement who, he says, repeatedly attack him while he grazes his sheep. In another incident in the area of Ein ar Rashrash in Ramallah, a shepherd reported that a vehicle believed to be driven by settlers had hit and killed two of his sheep. Perpetrators believed to be Israeli settlers reportedly damaged a surveillance camera and a lock in the Romanian Orthodox Church in East Jerusalem.

Two Israelis, including a 14-year-old girl and a woman, were injured by perpetrators believed to be Palestinians while travelling on West Bank roads, according to Israeli sources. Thirty Israeli-plated vehicles were reportedly damaged, mainly when hit by stones.

OCHA: Protection of Civilians Report Feb. 2 15, 2021 IMEMC News 

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