Ten Palestinians kidnapped from the West Bank by Israeli troops
Israeli occupation forces arrested ten Palestinians from various parts of the West Bank on Monday night, according to local and security sources.
They said Israeli forces had re-arrested a former prisoner after breaking into his family home in the village of Abu Shukheidim, northwest of the city of Ramallah.
They also arrested another after looting his family home in Kobar town, north of the city.
Young man wounded by Israeli military gunfire in Tubas district city
A Palestinian young man was injured Monday night by Israeli military gunfire in the town of Tammoun, southeast of Tubas, according to medical sources.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said their medics hospitalized a young man injured after being hit with sharps in the thigh by Israeli forces and treated several others at the scene for tear gas suffocation.
Israeli settlers steal olive crop from farmers in Nablus district
According to local sources, Israeli settlers on Tuesday stole the olive crop from Palestinian farmers in the town of Sebastia, northwest of Nablus.
Sebastia Mayor Mohammad Azem said Majd Shehadeh, a local farmer, on his first day picking their olives within the borders of the Israeli colonial settlement of Shavi Shomron, was surprised to find that his 18 dunums of land were planted with olive trees. had already been harvested and stolen by settlers.
Israeli drone attacks Gaza municipal employees in border area
An Israeli military drone opened fire on Palestinian municipal workers Monday night as people tried to put out a fire at a landfill in Johor ad-Dik, east of Gaza City.
The Gaza City Municipality said the shooting attack forced the crew to withdraw from the site for some time, but they returned after the Civil Affairs Bureau coordinated their access to the landfill.
Israeli Police Arrest and Attack Palestinians in Jerusalem
Several Palestinian young men were detained and injured Monday evening when Israeli police attacked them in the Bab al-Amud area of the old city of occupied Jerusalem.
More than 10 young men, including journalists, were injured when police brutally attacked them in Bab al-Amud.
Israeli soldiers kidnap two Palestinians, attack medics and journalists in Jerusalem
Israeli soldiers kidnapped a young Palestinian man late Monday night and attacked several medics, journalists and pedestrians, wounding them in the area of Bab al-‘Amoud, in the occupied Palestinian capital of Jerusalem, in the West Bank, alongside a child kidnapping in the city of Silwan in the city.
Eyewitnesses said the soldiers attacked many young men socializing in Bab al-‘Amoud and chased them away, in addition to kidnapping a young man.
They added that the soldiers also attacked and injured several young men, as well as attacked Palestinian medics who provided necessary assistance to the wounded, before removing them from the area.
More than 400 PIJ inmates in Israeli prisons start hunger strike against Israeli repression
More than 400 Palestinian Islamic Jihad prisoners in Israeli prisons will begin an indefinite hunger strike on Wednesday in protest against punitive and repressive measures taken by the Israeli prison administration, the Palestine Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said Tuesday.
As part of a campaign against Israel’s recent repression and attacks on Palestinian prisoners, more than 400 Palestinian Islamic Jihad prisoners will begin an open hunger strike tomorrow.
Six Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons starve for freedom
Six Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons are starving for freedom as they continue their open hunger strike in protest at their unfair administrative detention without charge or trial.
The health of the six starving inmates has deteriorated as they suffered from severe fatigue, exhaustion, headaches, severe weight loss and lack of fluids in the body.
The tallest hunger striker is Kayed Fasfous, as he has been on hunger strike for 90 days, has lost more than 30 pounds and is in pain all over his body.
Israeli army demolishes barn east of Jerusalem
Israeli soldiers on Tuesday demolished a residential barn in the Bedouin community of Abu an-Nuwar, east of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, and seized the materials.
Daoud al-Jahalin, the secretary of the Fatah movement in the Arab al-Jahalin and surrounding Bedouin areas, said several Israeli military vehicles entered the area after surrounding and isolating it.
He added that the soldiers demolished a 45-meter residential barn owned by Suleiman Ibrahim Mohammadian, which was inhabited by him and seven other family members.
Israeli soldiers kidnap 11 Palestinians, shoot one, in West Bank
Israeli soldiers kidnapped 11 Palestinians, including brothers and former political prisoners, from their homes at dawn on Tuesday in various parts of the occupied West Bank. The army also shot a young man.
Media sources in Hebron, in the south of the West Bank, said dozens of soldiers invaded the Safa area in the town of Beit Ummar, north of the city, before storming and violently raiding several houses, causing damage.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
© Khamakar News Agency / 12.10.2021