Israel to demolish clinic under construction in northern Jordan Valley
According to local human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh, Israeli occupation forces informed people yesterday about the demolition of a clinic under construction in the al-Maleh area of the northern Jordan Valley.
He said Israeli forced laborers issued a notice for the demolition of a clinic under construction in the al-Maleh area. Almost a month ago, the Israeli Defense Forces announced the demolition of educational facilities in the same area.
Army to demolish building designated as a clinic in Northern Plains
The Israeli army on Sunday invaded the Wadi al-Maleh area in the northern plains of the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, issuing a demolition order targeting an under-construction building used as a clinic.
Human rights activist Aref Daraghma said several army jeeps have invaded the area and ordered the demolition of the Palestinians.
Daraghma stated that the Palestinians are trying to build a small clinic to serve the Wadi al-Maleh community, but the Israeli military refuses to allow its construction, despite the difficulties Palestinians face in the area.
Israeli troops violently attack and detain Palestinian youth in Jerusalem
Israeli occupation forces and police violently attacked and detained Palestinian youths on Sunday evening in Bab al-Amud Square in occupied Jerusalem.
Israeli forces brutally attacked and beat Palestinian youths in Bab al-Amud square last night, injuring at least ten before arresting two.
Extremist Israeli settlers also provoked the Palestinians in the square, under the protection of the occupation forces.
Israeli settlers break into Al-Aqsa Mosque and provoke Palestinians
Dozens of extremist Israeli settlers broke into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied city of Jerusalem early Monday morning.
Under the protection of occupation forces, more than 50 Israeli settlers broke into the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the morning break-in.
The settlers’ raids on the Mosque continue to this day.
The settlers entered through the Damascus Gate, which the Palestinians call the Bab al-Amoud Gate.
They are now provoking the Palestinian believers by offering Talmudic prayers in the courtyards of the Mosque.
Israa Jaabis: Six years passed in Israeli prisons as her burns still bleed
Today, October 11, 2021, Palestinian mother prisoner Israa Jaabis spent a total of six years behind bars in Israel, though she needs urgent medical care.
Israa Jaabis, who turned 37 on July 22, was arrested on October 11, 2015 by Israeli occupation authorities, who falsely accused her of attempting to detonate a bomb to damage Israeli troops in front of the al-Zayyim checkpoint. in Jerusalem.
However, Jaabis and her family have said she was moving to maintain her residence in Jerusalem when a faulty gas cylinder caught fire 500 meters from the checkpoint.
Jaabis, who has a 14-year-old son, was seriously injured in the fire, which burned 65 percent of her body, including major wounds to her face and hands.
Israeli soldiers join settlers in grape harvesting in illegal settlement
Israeli forces joined extremist settlers from the Yitzhar settlement, an illegal settlement built on Palestinian land, in harvesting grapes, Kan news reported.
Kan news reported that Israeli soldiers stationed in the area from the paratroopers commandos joined extremist settlers harvesting grapes in a vineyard belonging to the illegal settlement of Yitzhar.
The newspaper claimed the soldiers volunteered to help harvest as part of an “education and heritage” session.
However, a military source told the newspaper that no one was forced to participate and that it was “voluntary”.
672 European financial companies had relationships with companies involved in Israeli settlements
672 European financial institutions, including banks, asset managers, insurance companies and pension funds, had financial relationships with 50 companies actively involved in illegal Israeli settlements, a report found.
Along with BNP Parabas ($17.30 billion), Deutsche Bank ($12.03 billion) and HSBC ($8.72 billion) in the top ten creditors of the 50 companies was Britain’s Barclays ($8.69 billion). ), France’s Société Générale ($8.20 billion) and Credit Agricole ($5.55 billion), Spain’s Santander ($4.75 billion), Dutch ING Group ($4.60 billion), German Commerzbank ($4.37 billion) and Italy’s Unicredit ($3.58 billion).
Army kidnaps eight Palestinians in Bethlehem and Hebron
Israeli soldiers abducted six Palestinians at dawn on Monday, including two former political prisoners and a child, from Bethlehem, and two from Hebron, in the occupied West Bank.
Media sources in Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem on the West Bank, said the soldiers raided and looted many homes in the city of al-Khader and the village of Um Salmouna, south of the city, before kidnapping six Palestinians, including two former political prisoners and a child.
Israeli soldiers kidnap six Palestinians from Nablus
Israeli soldiers abducted six Palestinians at dawn on Monday, including a former political prisoner, from the towns of Beita and Kafr Qalil, south of the northern city of Nablus in the West Bank.
The deputy mayor of the city of Beita, Mousa Hamayel, said several Israeli military jeeps raided the city before the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and interrogated several Palestinians.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
© Khamakar News Agency / 11.10.2021