Medical Neglect, Denied from tilling land, Students attacked, Palestinians kidnapped, Extreme poverty, Palestinian injured, Farmers attacked


Palestinian prisoner Sami Al-Amour dies in Israeli prison from medical neglect

Today, Thursday, the Palestinian Prisoners Club confirmed the martyrdom of prisoner Sami al-Amour, from the Gaza city of Deir al-Balah, as a result of the policy of medical neglect in Israeli prisons.
In a statement, the Prisoners Club confirmed that al-Amour was martyred at Israel’s Soroka prison hospital.
The statement added that the martyr has been held in Israeli occupation prisons since 2008, serving a 19-year sentence.

Palestinian prisoner dies in Israeli prisons due to medical negligence

The Palestinian prisoner, Sami al-Amour, died at dawn on Thursday in Israeli prisons as a result of willful medical negligence, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said.
The prosecution said 39-year-old Sami al-Amour died in his prison cell at dawn today as a result of willful medical negligence by the Israeli prison occupation after a serious deterioration in his health.
Al-Amour, from the city of Deir al-Balah in the Gaza Strip, was arrested in 2008 and sentenced to 19 years.

Farmers are not allowed to till their land southwest of Hebron

According to local sources, Israeli occupation forces and settlers prevented Palestinian farmers from cultivating their lands in the village of At-Tabaqa, west of Hebron today, Thursday.
The mayor of the neighboring village of Deir Samet, Shaheen Rayan, said Israeli soldiers and settlers prevented Palestinian farmers from cultivating their land in the village.

Soldiers, settlers attack peasants, prevent them from working on their land, near Hebron

Israeli soldiers and settlers on Thursday attacked many Palestinian farmers and prevented them from working on their land, in southwestern Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
The mayor of the city of Deir Samir, Shahin ar-Rayyan, said the settlers and soldiers attacked farmers in the At-Tabaqa area, southwest of Hebron, and prevented them from working on their land.

For the third consecutive day, Israeli troops attack students in the village in the West Bank

On Thursday morning, according to local sources, Israeli forces attacked Palestinian students on their way to school for the third day in a row in the village of al-Lubban Ash-Sharqiya, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
They said the soldiers deliberately obstructed the entry of students to two local schools located on the main road connecting the city of Ramallah with the city of Nablus.

Israeli settlers attack schoolchildren near Nablus

On Thursday, a large group of Israeli settlers illegally settled on Palestinian lands attacked two schools near the town of Nablus in the northern West Bank for the fourth consecutive day, sparking protests before soldiers invaded the area and fired gas bombs at the school children.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who oversees Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the north of the West Bank, said the settlers were schoolchildren at as-Sawiya High School and al-Lubban High School for Girls, in southern Nablus, attacked.
Daghlas added that the colonizers also gathered in large numbers and tried to prevent the schoolchildren from entering their educational facilities.

11 Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli troops in West Bank

According to local sources, Israeli occupation forces detained 11 Palestinians from the West Bank on Thursday evening.
They said Israeli forces have rounded up seven Palestinians in multiple raids in the southern district of Bethlehem in the West Bank.
One of the seven detainees was identified as a resident of the As-Saff neighborhood of Bethlehem, another as a resident of the village of Harmala, east of the city, and another as a resident of the city of al-Dawha, southwest. from the city.

Poverty among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon exacerbates child labour, report warns

High poverty rates among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon have exacerbated the phenomenon of child labor, the Palestinian Association for Human Rights (Witness) said yesterday.
The foundation said in a report that school dropouts, additional economic shocks and school closures due to the Coronavirus pandemic forced a large number of children from vulnerable families to work to earn an income.
The report emphasized that child labor deprives children of their basic rights and makes them vulnerable to exploitation by employers.

Israeli repression unit cracks down on political prisoner, leaving him seriously wounded

An Israeli repression unit has cracked down on Jameel Ankush after he protested Israeli medical negligence against his ailing friend Sami Omour. Ankush suffered serious injuries.
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) held the occupation state fully responsible for Ankush’s life.
Ankush has criticized Israel’s policy of medical negligence being applied against Omour. He argued with Israeli jailers in a prisoner transport vehicle and asked them to provide medical care to Omour. But as soon as he went back to his cell, a group of Israeli repression troops attacked him, seriously wounding him.

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

Henny A.J.Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 18.11.2021

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