Crimes, Al-Aqsa Mosque, More power against Palestinians, Raising prisoner preparedness, Demolition of own house, Abbas blocks deal, Kidnapping Palestinian children


Israel continues its crimes in occupied Jerusalem

Saturday and last night, fighting between Jerusalem youths and the Israeli occupation forces continued amid the occupation forces firing bullets and sound bombs at Bab al-Amud in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem press and press sources reported clashes erupted last night between Israeli occupation forces and young men in Bab al-Amud. The police summoned cavalry teams to pursue the Jerusalemites and drive them from the scene.
They added that the Israeli occupation forces abused the young men.

Calling on Crime Fighting…Israeli Authorities Grant Police More Power Against 1948 Palestinians

The Israeli government on Sunday approved a bill proposed by the justice minister to give the Israeli police more power to conduct searches in Palestinian territories in the 1948 occupied territories.
Israel’s Kan Channel claimed the law is part of “steps aimed at combating violence and crime, especially in Arab cities and towns”.
It added that the new law allows police to conduct searches in Palestinian territories even without a court order.

More than 70 extremists storm Al-Aqsa and arrest Reconstruction Committee employee

Dozens of extremist settlers, guarded by heavy Israeli police, stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque through the Mughrabi gate on Sunday morning.
The Islamic Endowment Department in occupied Jerusalem reported that 77 settlers, in addition to storming 2 members of Israeli intelligence, stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning period and conducted provocative tours of the courtyards.

Prisoners raise levels of preparedness in response to ongoing Israeli violations

The prisoner movement has increased the level of preparedness in response to ongoing Israeli violations and in preparation for any emergencies that would follow the failure of talks with the Israeli Prison Service (IPS), according to the Information Bureau of Palestinian Detainees.
The agency said talks between the detainees and the IPS in the Ramona and Hadarim prisons had failed.
It also added that it will never “leave the Islamic Jihad movement’s hunger-striking detainees alone,” adding that they are calling on the IPS to transfer them to other sections, where hunger-striking detainees from all factions are being held.

‘Israel’ forces Palestinian family to tear down room in house in Jerusalem itself

Israeli occupation authorities on Saturday forced a Palestinian family to demolish a room in their own house in the Wadi al-Joz neighborhood of Silwan in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
On the orders of the Israeli occupying municipality, Bazbazat’s family has demolished a room in her house in Wadi al-Joz to avoid having to pay the Israeli municipality (staff and police) a fine for exorbitant demolition costs if they leave the demolition. would carry.

Abbas tries to block Israel-Hamas prisoner deal, report says

Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas is trying to stop a prisoner exchange agreement between the occupying state “Israel” and Hamas, Egyptian sources said Saturday.
The sources, quoted by Qatar-affiliated media outlet Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, accused Abbas of “playing a destructive role” in obstructing the completion of the Egypt-brokered prisoners agreement.

Israeli soldiers kidnap seven Palestinian children in Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers kidnapped seven Palestinian children on Saturday night in occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank. The soldiers also shot a young man and kidnapped two.
The Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan, Silwanic, said the soldiers were chasing many Palestinians who were in the Bab al-Amoud area and a nearby street to evict them.
Silwanic added that the soldiers told the Palestinians they could not sit in that area and kidnapped three children before taking them to an interrogation center.
Firas al-Jebrini, a lawyer for Silwanic, said the soldiers kidnapped Wasim Ba’rani, Mustafa Salim and Mos’ab al-Obeid.

Israeli soldiers kidnap two Palestinians in Bethlehem and Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers kidnapped two Palestinians, both former political prisoners, in Bethlehem and Jerusalem, in the occupied West Bank, earlier Sunday.
Several army jeeps raided the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, before the soldiers kidnapped a former political prisoner, identified as Raghad Raed Shamrookh, 26, after he stormed and looted his home.
It is worth noting that Raghad was imprisoned by Israel for two and a half years and was not released until August 27, 2021.

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

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 17.10.2021

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