Israeli occupation forces detain two Palestinians in Jerusalem
Israeli occupation forces arrested two Palestinian young men from the Issawiya district of East Jerusalem on Monday evening.
Local sources reported that Qusai Abed Alyan and Mohamed Siam, residents of Issawiya, were detained after Israeli occupation forces stormed their homes and destroyed their properties.
Recently, the Israeli police launched a renewed arrest campaign in Jerusalem and the West Bank, detaining a large number of Palestinians.
Israeli soldiers kidnap a Palestinian in the Northern Plains
Israeli soldiers abducted a young Palestinian man Monday night after Israeli settlers chased him and tried to force him into their vehicle in the Northern Plains of the occupied West Bank.
Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian official who oversees Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in Tubas, said the Palestinian has been identified as Ahmad Abdul-Latif Masa’eed.
Updated: “Israeli army kidnaps several Palestinians from the West Bank”
Israeli forces abducted dozens of Palestinians from the occupied West Bank on Monday, including a former prisoner and his wife, the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) reported.
In Qalqilya, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers kidnapped Anas Mamdouh Miskawi, 24, in addition to one from the city of Nablus and two from the city of Jamain, southwest of Nablus.
In addition, in the northern West Bank, the army arrested a Palestinian from the town of Qarawat Bani Hassan northwest of Salfit, and another from the town of Bidya, southwest of Salfit.
In the occupied city of East Jerusalem, Israeli forces stormed civilian homes and arrested five Palestinians, including two former prisoners and a woman.
More than 16 Palestinians arrested by Israeli occupation forces in Jerusalem, West Bank and Tulkarm
Israeli occupation forces carried out an arrest operation in the West Bank city of Nablus last night.
Israeli occupation forces searched homes in various areas of the West Bank, Jerusalem and Tulkarm in the 1948 occupied country and arrested more than 16 Palestinians.
Sheikh Raed Salah: Israel tried to silence me in prison
The leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, Sheikh Raed Salah, said he spent his entire detention in solitary confinement and was repeatedly moved from cell to cell.
After his release yesterday, Salah said the Israeli occupation imposed “harsh” prison conditions on him to prevent him from coming into contact with other detainees. “They kept me in the solitary cell of the solitary ward,” he said.
Product of Zionism is ‘Apartheid, plain and simple,’ says Israeli publisher
A growing number of Israelis recognize their country’s practice of apartheid. Reassuring to the fact that the occupation has become a permanent reality, giving half of the non-Jewish population in historic Palestine the status of second- and third-class citizens, Israel’s evolution as a country practicing apartheid is recognized even by itself – described Zionists.
“The product of Zionism, the state of Israel, is not a Jewish and democratic state,” said Amos Schocken, co-owner and publisher of Haaretz. “But instead it has become an apartheid state, plain and simple.”
Ministry of Higher Education condemns Israeli occupation storming Birzeit University
At dawn on Tuesday, the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research condemned the Israeli occupation of Birzeit University.
The ministry in a press statement condemned the Israeli military raid on the university campus, resulting in the sabotaging of campus contents, assaulting the guards, injuring a student with a rubber bullet and arresting another from his home in the city of Kafr Ni’ma, west of Ramallah.
Israeli Knesset passes 3 laws against Palestinians
The General Assembly of the Israeli occupation Knesset passed 3 laws at dawn today against Palestinians and political prisoners in Israeli prisons.
The occupying Knesset passed the law to bolster the prison service with soldiers, which Representative Sami Abu Shehadeh described as a law targeting and targeting Palestinians.
Israeli army bulldozers land in northern Gaza
Several Israeli military vehicles raided Palestinian farmlands in the northern part of the Gaza Strip on Monday evening, bulldozing them with bulldozers.
Media sources said the vehicles invaded the country near the fence in Beit Hanoun before being bulldozed and installing sand mounds.
During the invasion, military drones flew over and the Palestinians were unable to enter their country.
WAFA: “Israel begins work on confiscated Palestinian-owned land in Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood”
The Israeli municipality of West Jerusalem today began work on a Palestinian-owned plot of land at the entrance to the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem, which was seized under the pretense of “public interest.”
WAFA correspondent reported that council crews and bulldozers have begun bulldozer work on the land, which covers an area of approximately 4,700 square meters and is owned by four Palestinian families and used as a parking lot and car wash.
In late October, Israel’s Supreme Court authorized the Israeli municipality’s takeover of the land with the aim of planting a garden to serve the settlers, claiming it was close to the so-called Shimon HaTzedik shrine.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
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