Palestinians killed Lebanon, Demolish own house, Gaza fence, Arrests, Palestinians killed, Re-arrest, Palestinians kidnapped


Fatah shot dead 4 Palestinians and wounded others in Lebanon camp

Four young men were shot dead and at least four others were injured, some in critical condition, in a shooting carried out by gunmen from the Fatah movement right at the funeral of young martyr Hamza Ibrahim Shaheen, who died as a result of an accident the day before yesterday in the Burj al-Shamali camp in Lebanon.
News agencies confirmed that members of the Fatah movement opened fire at the funeral and that the martyrs were Muhammad Taha and Muhammad al-Sayyid of Ain al-Hilweh, and Omar al-Sahli and Hussein Ahmed.

Twenty Palestinians have been displaced as a result of the self-demolition of three apartments in Jerusalem

Three Palestinian households of 20 members in the occupied Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan were left homeless today after being forced by the all-Israeli Jerusalem Municipality to demolish the building they live in, according to local sources.
The Nassar family, who live in the Wadi Qaddum neighborhood of Silwan, were forced to demolish their three-apartment building after being forced to do so by the Israeli municipality on the pretext that it was built without a permit.

Israeli occupation authority forces Palestinian family to raze their own home

The Israeli occupation authority on Saturday displaced a Palestinian family after it forced it to demolish its own home in the Wadi Qadum neighborhood of East Jerusalem’s Silwan neighborhood.
The family had to rent heavy machinery to demolish the house to avoid paying exorbitant fines and demolition costs to the Israeli municipality if its bulldozers carried out the measure.
Recently, the family received a notice from the municipality that gave her until December 15 to demolish her house under the pretext of building without a permit.

Israel completes advanced fence on Gaza border

Last week, Israel inaugurated the upgraded, technologically advanced 40-mile (40-mile) fence along its separation fence with the Gaza Strip.
The massive construction project cost $1.1 billion and began in 2017 to separate “Israel” from Gaza.
“There is no place in the world that has built an underground barrier. It was a very complex project, both operationally and technically.” Director of the administration of the Israeli occupation fences said Brig.-Gen. Eran Ophir.

In November 2021, ‘Israel’ arrested 402 Palestinians, including 66 children

In November alone, the Israeli occupation authorities arrested 402 Palestinians, including 66 children and 3 women.
In a report released Saturday by Palestinian prisoner groups including Addameer, Palestine Prisoners’ Society and the Palestinian Commission of Detainees’ and ex-Detainees’ Affairs, the groups said “Israel” arrested 402 Palestinians in November 2021.
Among those arrested are 66 children, all under the age of 18, and 3 women. In the month of November, “Israel” arrested 160 Palestinians from occupied Jerusalem, 54 of whom were children. Israel has also issued 123 administrative detention orders: 39 new orders and 84 renewal orders.

‘Israel’ killed 9 Palestinians in Beita since peaceful protests against settlement expansion

Since the peaceful protests began in Beita, Israeli occupation forces have killed nine Palestinians in the village south of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, while defending their land and protesting Israeli settlement expansion.
In early May, a group of Israeli settlers set up caravans on Jabal Sabih, which lies on the southern outskirts of Beita, and covers an estimated 30 percent of Beita’s entire land area, with the help of Israeli forces, who have since blocked any Palestinian access to the area. prevents.
Within days, settlers installed mobile homes, built roads and raised an Israeli flag over the settlement of Evyatar in Beita.

4 Months After Release, ‘Israel’ Arrests Ex-Palestinian Detainee Again

Israeli occupation forces re-arrested ex-Palestinian detainee Medhat Al Eisawai earlier on Sunday after raiding his home in the Al Issawiya neighborhood of occupied Jerusalem.
Medhat’s sister said Israeli occupation police raided his home in the early morning hours today before he was taken for questioning.
Medhat Al Eisawai, 48, has spent more than 27 years in Israeli prisons.
The last time “Israel” arrested him, he spent 8 years in prison and was released in July 2021.

Israeli soldiers injure many Palestinians in Jenin

Israeli soldiers injured several Palestinians on Sunday evening in the village of Rummana, west of the northern city of Jenin in the West Bank.
Media sources said many army jeeps barged into the village, sparking protests before the soldiers fired rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs and concussion grenades.
They added that many Palestinians were injured, mainly as a result of the serious consequences of inhaling tear gas, especially after several gas bombs hit homes.

Soldiers kidnap four Palestinians in Ramallah and Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers on Sunday kidnapped four Palestinians, including three former political prisoners, in Ramallah and Jerusalem in the occupied West Bank.
Media sources said the soldiers invaded the Nubani Farms area, north of Ramallah, and kidnapped a former political prisoner identified as Ibrahim Msafer after he raided and looted his home.They added that the soldiers also invaded the city of Deir Ghassana, northwest of Ramallah, and later withdrew.

(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network, IMEMC)

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 12.12.2021

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