More than 125 Palestinians injured when Israeli occupation forces attacked Burqa village
More than 125 Palestinians were injured today in the Israeli occupation force’s attack on the village of Burqa, according to medical sources.
The Palestinian Red Crescent (PRC) said more than 50 Palestinians were injured after being hit with rubber-coated steel bullets, while another 80 were suffocated from inhaling tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation army.
The village entrances have been closed off with mounds since yesterday by Israeli occupation forces to allow thousands of Israeli settlers access to the nearby town of Homesh, a pre-2005 Israeli settlement that ultra-Orthodox settler groups are urging the Israeli government to return.
Resistance fighters open fire on Israeli occupation forces as settlers attack Burqa
Resistance fighters opened fire on an Israeli force that was guarding an attack by settlers on the village of Burqa in Nablus tonight.
Residents of Nablus have called for a protest in Burqa at 8 p.m. today to protect the village from the daily lynching attacks by settlers. Dozens of Palestinians from Nablus and Jenin reached Burqa to confront Israeli settlers and military forces.
Israeli occupation forces kidnap 10 Palestinians and loot homes in Jerusalem and the West Bank
Israeli occupation forces stormed various parts of the West Bank and Jerusalem on Sunday, kidnapping 10 Palestinians from their homes.
According to local sources, Israeli occupation forces kidnapped two young men during raids on homes in Tubas City and the Kafr Saba neighborhood of Qalqilya City, north of the West Bank.
Israeli occupation forces have kidnapped a young man identified as Mahmoud Abu Mifreh from his home in the town of Teqoa, east of Bethlehem.
Israeli soldiers kidnap ten Palestinians in the West Bank
Israeli soldiers earlier Sunday kidnapped ten Palestinians, including two children, from their homes in various parts of the occupied West Bank, including the occupied capital Jerusalem.
In Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem, soldiers invaded Teqoa City, east of the city, and kidnapped Wael Mahmoud Abu Mfarreh, 42, after storming and looting his home.
In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, the soldiers raided the town of Deir Jarir, north of the city, ransacked houses and kidnapped Mohammad Shadi Quinoa’ (18).
In Qalqilya, in the north of the West Bank, the soldiers kidnapped Ammar Dweikat, 34, after storming and looting his home in the city.
NGO: Palestinian prisoner with cancer is denied access to health care
Palestinian prisoner Abdul-Basit Muatan, a cancer patient currently incarcerated in Israel’s Ofer prison, will be denied access to much-needed health care, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said in a statement today.
PPS said the Israeli Prison Service’s reluctance to grant Muatan access to health care has exacerbated his medical condition and calls for urgent action to ensure his access to necessary health care before it is too late.
‘Israel’ summons Kayed Fasfous for questioning
Israeli occupation forces on Sunday handed a call for questioning to ex-Palestinian detainee Kayed Fasfous, who had been on hunger strike for 131 days, from the village of Dura near Hebron, along with his brother.
Khaled Fasfous, Kayed’s brother, said occupation forces raided the family’s home on Sunday morning and called his two brothers, Kayed and Akram, who is also an ex-con, for questioning.
Fasfous, 32, a father of one and from the village of Dura near Hebron, in the south of the occupied West Bank, has been arrested several times before, the last being in October 2020.
Brutal Israeli repression of detainees in Nafha revealed
The Detainees Information Bureau revealed that detainees in Section 12 of Nafha Prison were subjected to a brutal attack by Israeli Prison Service repression units last week.
The agency’s chief, Nahed Fakhouri, said: “The hallmarks of the crime against the detainees began to emerge amid tensions that have hitherto been prevalent in Israeli prisons.”
He added that “the IPS deliberately attacked detainees away from security cameras to prevent leaking footage of their crime.”
Army injures multiple schoolchildren near Bethlehem
Israeli soldiers injured several Palestinian schoolchildren on Sunday in the towns of al-Khader and Teqoa, south and east of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.
Local activist Ahmad Salah told the WAFA Palestinian news agency that the soldiers fired many gas bombs at the schoolchildren as they left their educational facilities in the at-Tal area, in the old city of al-Khader.
He added that several children suffered the effects of inhaling tear gas before receiving the necessary treatment.
Army kidnaps seven Palestinians, storms home of Jerusalem governor
Israeli soldiers raided several Palestinian homes on Sunday in the town of Silwan, the Old City and Sur Baher, in the occupied capital Jerusalem, before storming and looting homes, including the home of the governor of Jerusalem, and kidnapping seven Palestinians, including two children. , the Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic) has confirmed this.
Silwanic said many soldiers and police officers raided the al-Wista neighborhood in Silwan before storming and looting the home of Jerusalem governor Adnan Gheith.
It is worth noting that Gheith has been repeatedly kidnapped, interrogated and imprisoned over Israel’s illegal policy of banning Palestinians from having any political presence in the occupied Palestinian capital.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
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