Israel committed 2,493 violations in West Bank in November


RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM — The Israeli occupation committed 2,493 violations in the West Bank and Jerusalem in November 2018, according to recent statistics.

November witnessed a noticeable increase in the Israeli violations committed against the Palestinians, especially in Tulkarem province where daily arrest and house raid campaigns were launched in search for Ashraf Na’alweh who is accused of carrying out an anti-occupation attack.

Based on statistics issued by Hamas’s information department in the West Bank, 362 violations were committed in Jerusalem alone.

The same statistics show that the Israeli occupation army conducted 1,221 raids and break-ins, while 65 house demolition and property confiscation cases were documented.

The Israeli occupation forces, during the reported period, killed three Palestinians, and 117 were injured in different attacks.

As for the arrests, 392 arrests were reported in November, including 123 in Jerusalem, 53 in al-Khalil, 42 in Bethlehem, 41 in Ramallah, 29 in Nablus, 28 in Qalqilya, 26 in Tulkarem, 24 in Jenin, 12 in Salfit, 6 in Jericho, and 8 in Tubas.

The Israeli occupation forces demolished 26 houses, 17 of which in Jerusalem, deported 34 Palestinians out of Jerusalem, and banned the travel of 275 West Bank Palestinians.

The Israeli settlers carried out 19 break-ins into al-Aqsa Mosque, under the protection of Israeli police, and launched 75 different attacks on Palestinian citizens and their property.

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