Palestinians Arrested, Palestinians Kidnapped, Palestinians Assaulted, Palestinian Detainee Health Complications, 195 Administrative Detention Orders, 53,000 Children Arrested Since ’67, Jerusalem Governor Kidnapped


Israeli troops detain 6 Palestinians from multiple West Bank cities

Israeli occupation forces detained at least six Palestinian civilians from various parts of the occupied West Bank on Wednesday.
Local sources said Israeli forces detained the youthful Khalil Al Hanbali after she broke into his home in the city of Nablus and took him to an unknown destination.
In Hebron, Israeli forces arrested civilians Ezz Mutawa from the town of Beit Awwa, Hussein al-Harini from the village of al-Tawana, while Yusuf Sabarneh from the town of Beit Ummar was detained.
In the same context, Israeli forces broke into the al-Birin area, south of the city of Qalqilya, and detained 15-year-old civilian Kareem Helal.

Israeli soldiers kidnap six Palestinians in West Bank

At dawn on Wednesday, Israeli soldiers kidnapped at least six Palestinians, including a former political prisoner and a child, from their homes in various parts of the occupied West Bank.
In Jenin, in the northern West Bank, soldiers raided the Jenin refugee camp, ransacked homes and kidnapped former political prisoner Abdul-Rahman Qassem Sa’adi.
Palestinian resistance fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers during the invasion of the refugee camp.
The soldiers also raided the town of al-Yamoun, northwest of Jenin, before storming and violently searching the homes of Omar Kamal Ja’bari, his grandfather Abdullah Houshiyya and his uncle.

Soldiers attack three Palestinians in Hebron

Israeli soldiers attacked three Palestinians shortly after midnight after storming their homes in the village of Tiwana, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Media sources said the soldiers raided and looted many houses in the village and questioned the families before attacking the three Palestinians.
The coordinator of the Protection and Steadfastness Committee in the southern hills of Hebron, Fuad al-Amour, said the soldiers raided his home and attacked him repeatedly while searching the property.

Israeli army attacks and kidnaps two former political prisoners in Jenin

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers attacked and kidnapped two former Palestinian political prisoners near the northern city of Jenin in the West Bank.
Montaser Sammour, the head of the Jenin office of the Palestinian Prisoner s’ Society (PPS), said the soldiers attacked the two Palestinians after stopping them at the military roadblock in Dothan south of Jenin.

Soldiers attack many Palestinians, kidnap eight, in Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers attacked many young Palestinian men in the Bab al-Amoud area of occupied Jerusalem on Tuesday night, kidnapping eight.
The Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic) said dozens of soldiers and police officers had been deployed on various roads near the walls of the old city, especially in the Sahera Gate, Sultan Suleiman Street, Nablus Street, al- Masara street and Bab al Hadid.
Silwanic added that the soldiers installed roadblocks at several intersections and chased many young men before attacking them with batons.

Palestinian detainee faces serious health complications in Israeli prison

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported that cancer-stricken inmate Abdul-Basset Ma’tan is facing serious health complications in Israeli prisons and is not receiving the specialized care needed.
The PPS said Ma’tan, 48, from the city of Burqa east of the central city of Ramallah in the West Bank, requires ongoing specialist medical treatment for his cancer and suffers from serious health complications.
The detainee has recently suffered from various respiratory complications, constant pain and weakness in his body.

In March, ‘Israel’ issued 195 administrative detention orders against Palestinians

“Israel” issued 195 administrative detention orders against Palestinians in March 2022.
Last month, the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs noted that “Israel” has issued 195 administrative detention orders against Palestinians.
Among them are 107 new orders and 88 renewal orders.
In January and February, “Israel” issued 203 administrative detention orders against Palestinians.
It is worth noting that about 500 Palestinian administrative detainees in Israeli prisons have been boycotting Israeli military courts since January 1, 2022.

Since 1967, ‘Israel’ has arrested more than 53,000 Palestinian children

“Israel” has arrested more than 53,000 Palestinian children since 1967, the Commission for Detainees and Ex-Detainees’ Affairs said Monday.
In a report released on the eve of Palestinian Children’s Day, the Commission noted that “Israel” treats Palestinian children as adults.
It also stated that they are subject to the same conditions of torture, investigation and detention.
The Commission noted that this number includes girls and boys. The Commission also pointed out that “Israel” does not respect international laws and conventions when it comes to dealing with minors.
In 2021, the Commission said “Israel” had arrested 1,300 Palestinian children. Since the beginning of 2022, the Commission said “Israel” has arrested more than 200 children.

Israeli soldiers kidnap Jerusalem governor Adnan Gheith

On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers kidnapped the governor of occupied Jerusalem, Adnan Gheith, after storming and searching his home in the town of Silwan, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Media sources said several military and police vehicles entered Silwan before surrounding and storming the Gheith’s home.
The Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan, Silwanic, said the soldiers and intelligence officers had invaded the al-Wista neighborhood and various areas in the city before storming Gheith’s home and kidnapping him. The soldiers also stopped and interrogated many young men as they inspected their ID cards.

(Source: IMEMC, Quds News Network)

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 07.04.2022


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