Israeli troops storm Al-Aqsa Mosque and arrest two young men
Israeli occupation forces stormed the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque this evening, Friday, and arrested two young men while they were inside the mosque.
Jerusalemite sources reported that Israeli occupation forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque and arrested Yahya Jabarin and Khaled Alyan from the city of Umm al-Fahm in the occupied territories.
The sources said they were arrested on the pretext of carrying a plastic toy shaped like a gun.
Hundreds of settlers storm the towns of Silat al-Dhahr and Burqa, north of Nablus
On Thursday, hundreds of settlers stormed the towns of Silat Al-Dhahr and Burqa, north of Nablus, after gathering at the site of the evacuated “Homish” settlement. Local sources reported that large groups of settlers departed from the “Shave Shomron” settlement, which is built on Palestinian lands northwest of Nablus.
The sources indicated that the occupation forces have closed the three roads connecting the village of Burqa and the road connecting the cities of Jenin and Nablus with earth mounds. The occupying forces tightened their military measures and declared the road between the towns of Silat al-Dhahr and Deir Sharaf a closed military zone, on the pretext of securing a march for settlers.
More than 120 Palestinians injured in Israeli settler attack, raid on Burqa village near Nablus
More than 120 Palestinians were injured by Israeli occupation forces as they protected hundreds of extremist settlers who attempted to invade and attack the village of Burqa, northwest of Nablus, on Thursday evening.
Local sources said dozens of buses loaded with hundreds of extremist Israeli settlers were seen today on Route 60, adjacent to the village of Burqa.
The settlers stood on the main street of Jenin-Nablus, blocking the entrance of Palestinian vehicles.
Palestinian woman killed in car crash by settlers north of Ramallah
Friday morning, an elderly Palestinian woman was killed after being rammed into by an Israeli settler vehicle at the entrance to the town of Sinjil, northeast of Ramallah.
Local sources stated that a settler deliberately ran over an elderly woman and seriously injured her before her death was announced.
The sources stated that the older woman is Ghadeer Anis Masalmeh (60 years old) and that the aggressor settlers fled the site.
Israeli settler kills elderly Palestinian woman after hitting her in Ramallah
An elderly Palestinian woman was killed Friday morning after an extremist Israeli settler ran over her with his car on Road 60, near the Palestinian town of Sinjil, northeast of Ramallah.
Local sources reported that 60-year-old Ghadeer Masalmeh was run over by an extremist Israeli settler near the town of Sinjil, killing her before fleeing the scene.
The elderly woman had been found with serious injuries all over her body before she was announced dead.
A 60-year-old Palestinian woman killed by extremist settler in Ramallah
A 60-year-old Palestinian woman, Ghadeer Masalma, was killed Friday after being run over by an Israeli settler near the town of Sinjil, northeast of Ramallah.
Israeli Occupation Radio reported the death of an elderly Palestinian woman this Friday morning as a result of being run over by a settler on street No. 60 north of Ramallah.
Palestinian youth injured by Israeli rubber-coated metal bullets in Beita
A Palestinian youth was injured after Israeli occupation forces fired rubber-coated metal bullets directly at Palestinians participating in the weekly protest against Israeli settlement expansion in the village of Beita in Nablus.
Local sources said a Palestinian activist, who has not yet been identified, was wounded in the head by rubber-coated metal bullets fired at the peaceful protesters in Beita village by the occupation forces to suppress them. The troops also fired intensive tear gas canisters and live ammunition.
The occupation forces are deliberately targeting journalists and activists for their documentation of the attacks.
Israel threatens to kill Hamas leader Saleh Al-Arouri
Israel has threatened to kill senior Hamas leader Saleh Al-Arouri if the anti-occupation movement’s activities and operations in the West Bank continue, local news sites reported Tuesday.
According to the Hebrew news site Maariv and other Israeli media, Hamas responded to the threat: “Killing one of its leaders would spark another war that Israel cannot handle.”
Earlier this week, Lebanon’s Al Akhbar newspaper reported that two Egyptian delegations had entered Gaza and asked Hamas to appease its activities in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.
Israel hands wanted Palestinians to PA
Israeli occupation authorities have extradited two Palestinians wanted by the Palestinian Authority after their capture in Israel, local media reported Wednesday. The two were among those who attended the public reception for a Palestinian from Bethlehem after he was released from an Israeli prison.
Palestinian reports said PA security forces attacked and dispersed the gathering before seizing the flags of Hamas and other Palestinian factions. Both men were holding Hamas flags at the time and fled when the security forces attacked.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, MEMO, The Gaza Post)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
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