19 Palestinians kidnapped, others attacked by Israeli troops in West Bank
According to local and medical sources, Israeli occupation forces detained 19 Palestinians on Sunday night and attacked several others in various parts of the West Bank.
They said Israeli occupation forces have rounded up seven Palestinians from the northern Tulkarm district of the West Bank.
One of the seven detainees was identified as a former prisoner from Nur Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarm city, three others, including a former prisoner, from Qaffin city, northeast of the city, two others from Deir city -Ghusun and the others from the city.
Israeli troops block access roads to village of Ramallah district
According to local sources, Israeli occupation forces blocked access roads to the village of Deir Abu Mashaal, northwest of Ramallah, on Monday.
Member of the village council, Fadi Barghouti, said Israeli soldiers closed the metal gate they installed at the main entrance to the village and blocked the other entrance with mounds of earth, blocking the villagers from accessing their destinations and preventing them from reaching their destination. live in frustration and waste their precious time.
Israeli forces order halt to construction of well at Tubas
Israeli occupation forces halted construction of a water well in the village of Atuf, southeast of the occupied West Bank city of Tubas, today, according to sources.
Mu’taz Bsharat, an activist, told the official WAFA News Agency that Israeli occupation soldiers and an officer of the so-called Israeli Civil Administration stormed the village and ordered Rami Qalalweh to stop construction of the 1,000 cubic meter well used for irrigation.
Israeli settlers attack Palestinian homes south of Nablus
According to a local activist, Israeli settlers attacked a number of Palestinian homes Monday morning in the village of Urif, south of the northern city of Nablus in the West Bank.
Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors Israeli colonial settlement activities in the northern West Bank, said a group of settlers threw rocks at a Palestinian neighborhood east of the village, smashing their windows and shattering the windshields of a vehicle.
Extremist Israeli settlers attack Palestinian homes and vehicles in Nablus
A group of extremist Israeli settlers attacked homes and vehicles just before dawn on Monday in the village of Urif, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, causing property damage.
Local sources said a group of Israeli fanatics sneaked into the village of Urif in the early morning hours of Monday and attacked the homes of the Palestinians by hurling stones, smashing the windows of the houses.
The settlers also vandalized Palestinian vehicles parked in front of the houses, slashed their tires and smashed the windshields of a vehicle.
Israeli settlers attack Palestinian homes, car, near Nablus
At dawn on Monday, Israeli settlers attacked several Palestinian homes in the town of Ori and one car, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, causing damage.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who oversees Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the northern West Bank, said settlers threw stones at many homes in the eastern part of the city, causing damage.
The attacked houses belong to four Palestinians, identified as Ahmad Abdul-Karim Shehada, Jamal Abdullah Shehada, Samir Sawalma and Raed Mahmoud Rabah.
He added that the Israeli attackers also damaged a parked Palestinian car, especially the windows and windshield.
Facebook Blocks Two Palestinian Arabic Language Networks For Spreading Pro-Palestinian Content
Online social media and networking platform Facebook on Sunday blocked two prominent Palestinian Arabic-language networks for covering pro-Palestinian content, as part of a campaign to suppress Palestinian voices.
Al-Qastal and Maydan al-Quds, well-known Palestinian networks for Palestinians in occupied Jerusalem, were blocked by the social media giant for covering pro-Palestinian content and documenting Israel’s ongoing violations and attacks on Palestinians in Jerusalem.
Israeli troops forcibly invade Jerusalem governor’s house, attack him and relatives
Israeli occupation forces raided the home of Jerusalem Governor Adnan Ghaith last night and brutally attacked him and his relatives before arresting three of his relatives.
Local sources and eyewitnesses said troops raided Ghaith’s home in the Silwan neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem and fired stun grenades inside.
They ransacked the house and turned it upside down before violently attacking him and his relatives, inflicting cuts on their bodies.
The troops then arrested three of Ghaith’s relatives after leading them to jeeps parked in front of the house.
Soldiers attack, arrest Jerusalem governor and family, injure four
According to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic), Israeli troops stormed the home of Jerusalem Governor Adnan Ghaith Monday morning and attacked him and his relatives before arresting them in the town of Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem.
It said soldiers stormed Governor Ghaith’s home, attacked him and his relatives and arrested at least four Palestinian civilians.
Ghaith has been imprisoned at least 18 times by the Israeli occupation.
In addition, Israeli forces detained a child, identified as Hussein Attia, from the city of Al-‘Issawiya in occupied East Jerusalem and taken it to an unknown location.
(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
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