Demolition house, Prison protests, Graffiti removal, Anti-Twitter campaign, Water rights protest, Palestinians kidnapped, Child kidnapped, Palestinians arrested


‘Israel’ demolishes home of 10-member Palestinian family in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation authorities demolished a Palestinian family home of ten members in the town of Beit Hanina in the occupied city of Jerusalem earlier on Sunday.
On the orders of the Israeli occupying municipality, Rajabi Home’s family demolished her home in the town of Beit Hanina earlier today.
The Rajabi family consists of 10 members including the father, mother and 8 children and the house is only about 50 meters long and the family moved there only 3 months ago.
One of the Rajabi children said he and his eight siblings will pitch a tent next to their demolished house and sit in it.

Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners protest Israel’s sanctions

Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons are expected to launch a series of protest campaigns in response to punitive and repressive measures taken against them by the Israel Prison Service (IPS), the Commission of Detainees and ex-Detainees said.
The Commission said in a statement today that the Prisoners Movement will engage in escalating activities in protest at the recent repression and punitive action against many of them following the Gilboa breach on September 6, 2021, when six Palestinian prisoners managed to force themselves out of Gilboa prison. , a high-security Israeli prison, through a secret tunnel they reportedly dug under the prison.

Sources: Palestinian prisoners launch protest measures in response to IOF repression

According to the Palestinian Authority’s Detainees Affairs Commission, hundreds of Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli prisons will launch a series of protests in response to continued repression of them by the Israeli Prison Service.
The Commission said in a statement that the detainees will take action in protest at the recent crackdown on many of them following the escape of six Palestinian freedom fighters from Gilboa prison last month, who were eventually recaptured.

Israeli troops remove mural of martyrs painted in 1948 occupied Umm Al Fahm

An Israeli undercover unit stormed the town of Umm al-Fahm in 1948-occupied Palestine last night, removing a mural painted on the wall of a Palestinian-owned house showing the faces of Palestinian youths killed in 2017 and 2018. killed by Israeli troops in Jerusalem.
According to eyewitnesses, an Israeli undercover unit stormed the city of Umm al-Fahm last night and removed the mural of 5 martyrs painted on a Palestinian-owned house to honor and commemorate the residents of the city who were killed in Jerusalem by Israeli forces in 2017 and 2018.

Activists Prepare to Campaign Against Twitter Prejudice Against Pro-Palestinian Content

Pro-Palestinian activists around the world called for an online campaign against Twitter’s bias against Palestinian content on the social media platform.
The calls come after Twitter began flagging accounts and posting pro-Palestinian content as “sensitive.” The move will make media posted by those accounts invisible to other users.
Several Twitter accounts were targeted by the move, including news accounts like QNN’s. Activists stated that their accounts were targeted by the social media giant.

Dozens of activists march south of Hebron demanding water rights

Dozens of Palestinian and Israeli activists took part in a massive protest on Saturday organized by the 7 Combatants for Peace movement in the village of Al-Tawani, south of Hebron, to demand water rights from Palestinians stolen by the occupation and its settlers.
Palestinian ministers and Israeli parliamentarians also took part in the demonstration today. On the Palestinian side, Walid Assaf, head of the Wall and Settlements Commission, and Dr. Sabri Saidam, Palestinian Education Minister, joined the protest. On the Israeli side, Knesset members Ofer Kassif and Moshe Raz joined the protest today.

Several Palestinians kidnapped by IOF in West Bank

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) kidnapped several Palestinian civilians at dawn on Sunday during raids on homes in several areas of the West Bank.
According to local sources, the IOF stormed Bireh City in Ramallah and kidnapped three civilians identified as Ahmed Omar, Ali Abdul-Khair and Ameed an-Nahed.
Another civilian identified as Omar al-Barghouti was captured during an IOF campaign in the town of Kobar, northwest of Ramallah.

IOF kidnaps Palestinian child from Ya’bad Town

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) abducted a Palestinian child from the town of Ya’bad, southwest of Jenin, on Saturday night.
According to local sources, 15-year-old Thaer Turkoman was kidnapped by soldiers for no reason while he was at the main gate of the city.
Meanwhile, a large number of Israeli troops are said to have been deployed on roads near the cities of Ya’bad, Kufeirat, Arraba and Nazlat Zayd in the West Bank.

IOF arrests 11 Palestinians, including three brothers in West Bank

According to Palestinian security sources, Israeli occupation forces detained at least 11 Palestinians, including three brothers, on Sunday during searches in the occupied West Bank provinces of Ramallah and Nablus.
After storming and investigating their family’s home in the Nablus region, an Israeli occupation force detachment stormed Al-Quds Street in the south of the city and arrested three brothers, Ibrahim, Alaa and Khalil Abu Awad.
After an attack on the home of a Palestinian civilian, an undercover Israeli occupation squad snuck into the city’s Balata refugee camp and seized him.

(Sources: Quds News Network, IMEMC, English Palinfo, The Gaza Post )

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 03.10.2021

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