Four out of six Palestinian escapees recaptured by Israeli troops
Four of the six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from Gilboa’s high-security prison last Monday have been recaptured, according to the Israeli occupation authority.
Two were reportedly found at dawn on Saturday and trapped in a parking lot in the Arab city of Shibli-Umm al-Ghanam in northern Israel (1948 occupied Palestine).
The other couple was arrested Friday night near the Arab city of Nazareth.
Israeli army captures two more Gilboa escapees
Israeli media reported this morning that the Israeli occupation army and Israeli police arrested two more Gilboa prison escapees.
They added that Israeli troops have arrested Muhammad Al Aridah and Zakariyya Al Zubaidi in the village of Shibli in northern Palestine.
Israeli forces had announced that they arrested Mahmoud Al Aridah and Ya’qoub Qadiri in occupied Nazareth last night.
Israeli police cold-bloodedly execute Palestinian doctor
Israeli police officers shot and killed a Palestinian doctor in occupied Jerusalem on Friday after he claimed he tried to stab one of them.
Local sources said the 50-year-old doctor, Hazem al-Jolani, was transported to hospital in a very serious condition, where he was pronounced dead.
They added that the Israeli occupation police killed the Palestinian man in cold blood and mistreated him after being shot.
Soldiers kill a Palestinian doctor in Jerusalem
Israeli soldiers on Friday killed a Palestinian doctor near Bab al-Asbat, one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem, after the army claimed he “tried to stab a soldier”.
A video by a Palestinian photojournalist, identified as Ibrahim Sinjilawi, revealed that after the soldiers shot the Palestinian doctor, they handcuffed him, after which a soldier placed his foot and then his knee on the wounded man’s back, despite his gunshot wounds. in the upper back.
One could also see the soldiers greeting each other and one shaking the hand of another officer.
Israeli police kill Palestinian doctor in Jerusalem
Palestinian physician Hazem Al-Joulani, 50, succumbed Friday night to wounds sustained earlier in the day in Jerusalem’s Old City, Quds Press reported.
The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)’s Committee of Prisoners and Freed Prisoners confirmed that Al-Joulani succumbed to his injuries after being admitted to an Israeli hospital.
Israeli security sources claimed that Israeli police opened fire on Al-Joulani when he attempted to stab an Israeli police officer. No casualties have been reported to the Israeli police.
After the incident, the Israeli occupation police closed the gates of the old city.
Israeli planes bomb sites in Gaza
Israeli warplanes bombed several locations in the Gaza Strip on Saturday morning.
Local sources said Israeli warplanes shelled farmland in Ata Zayed in Beit Hanoun. They also bombed a site in Deir Al Balah in central Gaza and another to the west of Khan Yunis.
The Israeli military claimed the shelling was in response to rockets fired from Gaza into settlements near Gaza last night.
Friday: Israeli soldiers injure 174 Palestinians in Nablus
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, in the north of the West Bank, said Israeli soldiers injured 174 Palestinians on Friday after the army attacked processions in various parts of the governorate.
Ahmad Jibril, the head of the emergency department at the PRCS office in Nablus, said medics provided care to 174 Palestinians, including many who were shot with the rubber-coated steel bullets, in addition to those who suffered fractures and bruises.
He added that the injuries occurred when the soldiers attacked protesters in Beita, Osarin and Huwwara, south of Nablus, next to Beit Dajan, east of the city.
Israeli settlers open fire on Palestinian homes in the West Bank
A number of Israeli settlers opened fire on Palestinian homes and vehicles in the old city of Hebron, south of the occupied West Bank, on Friday night, Anadolu Agency reported.
Journalist Jamal Es’efan revealed that the Israeli settlers destroyed three vehicles belonging to the Al-Razm family while taking a provocative tour around Wadi Al-Hussein in the old city.
Es’efan, according to Anadolu Agency, reported that Israeli settlers later opened fire on his relative’s house, which is close to the illegal Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba, causing extensive damage to the house.
Settlers open fire on three children, homes in West Bank
An armed Jewish settler opened fire on three Palestinian children in the centrally occupied West Bank on Friday.
According to eyewitnesses, a settler driving a car arrived at the intersection of the city of al-Ram in northern Jerusalem and fired his gun at three children in the area.
Fortunately, none of the children were injured in the shooting.
PA backs off on transferring Qatari funds to Gaza
Qatar’s envoy to Gaza, Mohammed Al-Emadi, announced Friday that attempts to send his country’s aid to the Gaza Strip have failed after the Palestinian Authority (PA) withdrew from an earlier deal that allegedly played a role when transferring the funds.
On Monday, Al-Emadi announced an agreement reached with the PA that agreed to pay Qatari aid to low-income families and employees of the Hamas-led government in Gaza.
He said the banks had refused to participate, fearing they could become the target of sanctions for transferring money to “terror groups”.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC, MEMO, English Palinfo)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
© Khamakar News Agency / 11.09.2021