Attempted Land Stealing, Forcibly Knock Down Demonstration, Photographing Houses, Palestinian Prisoners Attacked, Prisoners in Critical Phase, Demolition Palestinian House, Palestinians Wounded, Palestinians Kidnapped

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Israeli settlers put six mobile homes on land in the West Bank near Bethlehem in an attempt to steal it

Israeli settlers placed six mobile homes in an area south of Bethlehem, in the south of the occupied West Bank, as a prelude to stealing Palestinian land, a local official said.
Wad Rahal village council member Ammar Hijazi said some 400 settlers from the illegal settlement of Efrat, supported by soldiers, in the Khillat al-Nahla area, near Wad Rahal, broke in and set up six mobile homes and several tents. in the area, which is normally a prelude to the takeover of the land.

Hundreds of Israeli settlers invade Palestinian territories, install mobile homes near Bethlehem

On Saturday, at least 400 illegal Israeli settlers accompanied by many soldiers invaded Palestinian territories near the village of Wad Rahhal, south of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank, installing mobile homes.
Ammar Hijazi, a member of Wad Rahhal’s village council, said the settlers and soldiers invaded private Palestinian lands in the Khallet an-Nahla area while carrying Israeli flags.
Hijazi added that the settlers came from the illegal Efrat colony, which was built on stolen Palestinian land, and roamed through large parts of the country.
The settlers also installed six mobile homes on Palestinian lands as a prelude to their illegal annexation.

Israeli troops forcibly suppress anti-occupation gatherings in Nablus

Israeli occupation forces forcibly suppressed anti-occupation rallies organized Friday afternoon in the towns of Beita and Beit Dajan in Nablus.
Dozens of locals offer Friday prayers at the entrance to the town of Beit Dajan in protest at the continued closure for six years.

Israeli troops map Mosque, photograph houses in western Jenin

Israeli occupation forces took measurements at a mosque on Friday and took photos of some old houses in the village of Anin, west of Jenin.
According to local sources, Israeli occupation forces stormed Anin, which is near the separation wall, and then began mapping the western Mosque and photographing old houses.

90 Palestinian prisoners attacked in Gilboa prison

The Israeli Prison Service attacked and beaten 90 Palestinian prisoners at Gilboa Prison, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) said Friday.
The Public Prosecution Service confirmed that heavily armed Israeli special forces Section 1 in the stormed Gilboa Prison overnight and conducted a violent search campaign.
The violent search campaign lasted until the morning hours. Nearly 90 prisoners were severely beaten during the campaign.
The Israeli prison service has also cut off power and water supplies in the prison area.

Israeli forces crack down on inmates in Gilboa prison

Israeli repression units Metzada, Dror and Yammaz cracked down on section one at Gilboa Prison and attacked detainees on Friday.
The Prisoners’ Association said in a statement released Friday that Israeli repression units have attacked the detainees, estimated to be nearly 90.
The statement added that detainees at Gilboa Prison are undergoing heavy attacks, which are aimed at imposing further control.

ICRC: Two Palestinian detainees are in ill health

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) expressed serious concern on Saturday over the deteriorating health of Kayed Fasfous and Miqdad Qawasmeh, two Palestinians who have been administratively detained and hospitalized in Israel.
“The ICRC doctor has visited both detainees, Kayed Nammoura (Fasfous) who has been on hunger strike for 82 days and Miqdad Qawasmeh who has been on hunger strike for 75 days and is closely monitoring their situation. We are concerned about the potentially irreversible consequences of such a prolonged hunger strike on their health and lives,” said ICRC health delegate Robert Paterson.

Soldiers force a Palestinian family to demolish their home in Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers on Saturday morning forced a Palestinian family to demolish its own house in the Wadi al-Jouz neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem on the pretext that it had been built without a permit 40 years ago.
Local sources said the soldiers forced the Jaber family to demolish their home after threatening to impose hefty fines and fees if the city council carries out the demolition using its workers and equipment.

Soldiers injure many Palestinians near Jerusalem and Jenin

Israeli soldiers wounded many Palestinians near Jenin and Jerusalem in the occupied West Bank on Friday.
Media sources said the many army jeeps invaded the city of Biddu, northwest of Jerusalem, and attacked dozens of Palestinians in a nonviolent procession.
The sources added that the soldiers shot two Palestinians with the “Toto” expanding bullets causing moderate wounds.
The Palestinians held the procession to demand the army release the bodies of three young men killed by the Israeli army who fired shots on September 26, 2021 in Beit Anan, near Jerusalem.

Israeli soldiers kidnap ten Palestinians in Jerusalem and Nablus

Israeli soldiers abducted ten Palestinians from Jerusalem and Nablus in the occupied West Bank on Friday; three of the abducted Palestinians were attacked and wounded by the military.
In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers invaded the city of Jabal al-Mukabber before storming and searching a house belonging to Raed Siyam.
The Palestinian said many soldiers stormed his property before forcing the family into a room while they searched it, and kidnapping his father, son and three cousins.

(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 23.10.2021

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