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After 141 days, Abu Hawwash ends his hunger strike

Palestinian detainee in Israeli prisons, Hisham Abu Hawwash, ended his hunger strike on Tuesday after 141 consecutive days of starvation and suffering in protest at his unfair administrative detention without charge or trial.
According to the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs, Abu Hawwash broke his hunger strike Tuesday night after reaching an agreement with Israeli occupation authorities to release him on February 26.
Hisham Abu Hawwash, 41, from Dora in occupied Hebron was arrested on October 27, 2020 and held under administrative detention.

Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawwash seizes freedom after 141-day hunger strike

Palestinian prisoner in Israeli prisons, Hisham Abu Hawwash, was freed on Tuesday after a 141-day hunger strike.
The Israeli occupation court ruled on his release, knowing it suspended his administrative detention on December 26, 2021, without releasing him, which was rejected by Abu Hawwash.
It is worth noting that the Israeli occupation forces arrested Abu Hawwash on October 27, 2021 and issued three administrative detention orders against him, each for six months.

Israeli occupation forces demolish Palestinian buildings in the Jordan Valley

Israeli bulldozers today demolished a number of buildings in the community of Khirbet Ibziq in the Jordan Valley, north of the occupied West Bank city of Tubas, the second such destruction in a week, according to a local source.
Aref Daraghmeh, an activist, told WAFA that Israeli forces have demolished residential tents, livestock shelters and other buildings belonging to two local residents.
It should be noted that Israeli forces demolished residential structures and barns belonging to the same family last week in an attempt to force Palestinian families to leave their land in favor of Israeli settlements.

Israel orders the demolition of 10 Palestinian buildings in the West Bank

Israeli occupation forces on Monday issued demolition orders for 10 Palestinian homes, including a mosque, in the occupied West Bank, according to a local official.
Salah Fanoun, the mayor of the village of Nahalin, west of Bethlehem, said Israeli occupation authorities cited the alleged lack of building permits in the occupied West Bank for the demolition contracts.
“Four inhabited houses and a mosque are on the list of buildings to be demolished,” he said.

‘Israel’ demolishes Palestinian-owned medical center in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces demolished a Palestinian-owned medical center in the Jabal al-Mukabber neighborhood south of the occupied city of Jerusalem on Tuesday morning.
Earlier today, under the pretense of building without a permit, Israeli forces raided the Jabal al-Mukabber neighborhood and began demolishing a medical center owned by Palestinians that serves local residents.

‘Israel’ demolishes home of 11-member Palestinian family in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday demolished a home belonging to an 11-member Palestinian family in the Jabal al-Mukabber neighborhood south of the occupied city of Jerusalem, displacing residents.
Under the pretense of building without a permit, Israeli forces proceeded to demolish a house owned by Jerusalemite Ata Ja’afra in the Jabal al-Mukabber neighborhood on Tuesday afternoon. The house was built 10 years ago and 11 people live in it.
On December 14, 2021, the occupation forces demolished the house of Ja’afra and today the troops continued and completed the demolition operation.
During the demolition of the house, the occupiers prevented journalists from documenting the incident.

Palestinian prisoners launch boycott of Israeli occupation courts

Palestinian prisoners held without trial or charge have launched a boycott of Israeli military courts in the occupied West Bank as groups of prisoners warn that a detainee on hunger strike faces “imminent danger to life”.
The 500 so-called administrative detainees started the new year by refusing to show up for their court hearings. The boycott includes initial hearings to uphold the administrative detention order, as well as appeal hearings and subsequent Supreme Court hearings of the occupation.

Israeli occupation forces kidnap 5 Palestinians and summon others in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces kidnapped a number of Palestinians on Monday and summoned others for questioning.
According to local sources, occupation forces stormed the city of al-Ram in northeast Jerusalem and kidnapped four young men after raiding an apartment building near the Dar al-Ifta headquarters.
Israeli occupation forces have also subpoenaed a number of Palestinian young men from the Issawiya district with orders to go to a detention center on Salahuddin Street for questioning.

Why Israel Wants a State of Permanent War

In recent decades, Israel has incessantly threatened war against Iran. Theatrical performances have been staged at the United Nations, such as in 2012, when former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented a cartoonish sketch of a bomb symbolizing Iran’s alleged nuclear threat; or when he waved an amateurishly labeled Google map of an alleged Iranian nuclear site in 2018.
Such Israeli propaganda has been accompanied by much gasping and puffing by the country’s military and civilian leaders, who have been interchangeable at least since General Yigal Allon became acting prime minister in 1969 (although previous Israeli prime ministers, including David Ben-Gurion and Levi Eshkol , also played a major military role).

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

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 04.01.2022

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