Hunger strikers, Prisoners attacked, Palestinians arrested, Land theft, Free Palestinian T-shirt banned in UK, Palestinians injured, Palestinians kidnapped


Palestinian hunger strikers fear death in Israeli prisons

Amid mounting fears for their lives, five Palestinian prisoners in Israeli detention are currently on hunger strike in protest at their unfair and indefinite administrative detention without charge or trial, the Detainees Affairs Commission said.
Inmate Kayed al-Fasfous, from the city of Dura in al-Khalil, is considered the longest hunger striker as he has been on hunger strike for 123 days.

Israeli repression units attack some of Palestinian prisoners in Nafha

Israeli repression units raided Section 13 of the Israeli prison of Nafha, in the Naqab Desert, where Palestinian political prisoners are held, brutally attacked and humiliated them, according to Israeli repression units early Sunday morning. the Palestinian Authority’s Detainees Affairs Commission.
Hasan Abed Rabbo, a spokesman for the Commission, said Israeli repression forces attacked the rooms of the Palestinian prisoners while the prisoners were inside, beating them up and destroying and sabotaging their belongings. He said that in response, the inmates closed all sections in the prison in protest.

Israeli soldiers attack Palestinian prisoners in Nafha prison

Israeli soldiers attacked Section 13 of Nafha Prison in the southern Negev desert on Sunday, causing several injuries, the Detainees and Ex-Detainees Committee has reported.
Hasan Abed-Rabbo, the spokesman for the Detainees Committee, stated that the soldiers attacked the detainees as they slept at dawn, damaging their personal belongings, in addition to causing some injuries.
Abed-Rabbo added that the attack caused tensions in the prison before the detainees protested the attack on Section 13 and closed several parts of the detention camp.

Israeli troops detain five Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces detained five Palestinians last Saturday during nighttime raids in the occupied Hebron and Ramallah districts of the West Bank, local and Palestinian security sources said.
In Hebron province, in the south of the West Bank, at least four Palestinians were detained by Israeli occupation soldiers who raided and ransacked their homes in the middle of the night.

Israel uses settler violence to take over West Bank land, says B’Tselem

Israeli human rights group B’Tselem released a new report today, Sunday, showing how Israel has used settler violence against Palestinians to destroy more than 28,000 dunams of farmland and pastures in the West Bank that served Palestinian communities for decades, to darken.
In the new report, B’Tselem shows that settler violence is not a private initiative, but rather an unofficial branch of state violence that Israel uses to drive Palestinians from their land. By attributing the violence to young fundamentalists or to “bad apples” while maintaining the appearance of law enforcement, Israel has the best of both worlds: maintaining a comfortable space for “plausible denial” and enjoying the outcome of the violence by pieces take over land in the West Bank. Israel uses settler violence to take over West Bank land, says B’Tselem.

More than 20 extremist Israeli settlers shoot, beat, injure Palestinians in Jerusalem, 3

Under the protection of occupation police, dozens of extremist Israeli settlers broke into the Ras Al-Amud neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem on Saturday night, opened fire on and beat the Palestinians, injuring three.
Local sources said an armed extremist Israeli settler broke into the Ras Al-Amud neighborhood last night with dozens of other settlers under the protection of occupation police.
The armed settler with a rifle opened fire on the Palestinian residents, wounding one of them in his hand.
Two others suffered multiple injuries as a result of the brutal beatings by the extremist settlers who also sprayed pepper gas at the residents.

UK jails man for wearing Free Palestine T-shirt in support of resistance

A British court has tried a 34-year-old man for wearing a Free Palestine T-shirt, which supports the Palestinian resistance.
Feras Al Jayoosi pleaded guilty to four counts of wearing a T-shirt in support of a “prohibited organization”.
Al Jayoosi wore a T-shirt with the slogan “Free Palestine” printed on it. The logos of the armed resistance wings of Hamas and the IJ were also printed on the T-shirt.

Israeli army kidnaps a Palestinian near Ramallah

Israeli soldiers kidnapped a Palestinian on Saturday night from the town of Silwad, north of the central city of Ramallah in the West Bank.
Local sources said the soldiers installed a sudden military roadblock on the main road to Silwad before kidnapping Aws Haitham ash-Shawareb.
They added that the soldiers stopped and searched many cars, questioning dozens of Palestinians as they inspected their ID cards at the roadblock.

Soldiers kidnap four Palestinians in Hebron

Israeli soldiers kidnapped four Palestinians at dawn on Sunday from the city of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Media sources said many army jeeps raided a few areas of the city before soldiers stormed homes and ransacked them violently.
They added that during the invasion of homes, the soldiers kidnapped Amir Abu Zeina, Essam Natsha, Younes Abu Ermeila and Mohammad al-Qawasmi, before taking them to a nearby interrogation and detention center.

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

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 14.11.2021

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