Security, Abu Hawwash edge coma, Possible attack on Gaza, Rockets fired, Palestinians killed, Palestinians arrested, Increased state of alert


Gaza police secure two Fatah birthday celebrations

Palestinian police secured two separate celebrations in the Gaza Strip on Friday for the 57th anniversary of the Fatah movement, spokesman Iyad Al-Bozom announced in a statement.
The first celebration was organized in the Al-Jundi Al-Majhoul park between 4.30 pm and 5.30 pm.
According to the statement, the second celebration was held in the main square in Gaza City and took place between 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM.

138 days of hunger strike… Prisoner Abu Hawwash falls into a coma

Prisoner Hisham Abu Hawwash, who has been on hunger strike for 138 days, is entering a new level of danger, having fallen into a coma since this morning, in light of the continuation of his strike refusing his administrative detention.
The Commission of Detainees and Ex-Prisoners reported on Saturday that “Abu Hawwash”, from the city of Dura, south of Hebron, has entered a very critical phase that requires urgent intervention and a speedy release. And the Palestinian health ministry said on Thursday, after visiting the detainee, “Abu Hawwash,” that it “has found a man in a very critical condition and we expect the worst any moment.” The prisoner, Abu Hawwash, suffers from blurred vision, inability to speak, severe muscle atrophy and inability to move, while his ability to perceive what is happening around him is diminished.

Abu Hawwash’s family says he has fallen into a coma

The family of hunger-striking administrative detainee Hisham Abu Hawwash said they are concerned that he may be slipping into a coma.
“Since 3:00 am, Hisham has not woken up,” Abu Hawwash’s brother wrote on his Facebook account. “His wife wakes him up to make him drink water and he goes right back to sleep, which is the beginning of a coma.”
Committee of Detainees and Former Detainees Affairs spokesman Hasan Abed Rabbo had said that “Hisham’s medical condition is deteriorating noticeably, especially that he has lost consciousness on several occasions.”
“He lost his ability to move and he has trouble speaking,” Abed Rabbo added.

Israeli agencies: Israeli occupation forces consider response after security review ends

Hamas recently conveyed the message through the Egyptian mediator that any attack by Israel on Gaza will be met with violence.
At this hour, the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Occupation Forces, General Aviv Kohavi, is conducting a review session with all relevant security authorities after the two missiles fell into the sea, one off the coast of Tel Aviv and the other off the coast of Palmachim in the morning after they had been launched from the Gaza Strip.
Israeli military sources said: “Reassuring reports from Gaza indicate that the shooting was not intentional.” These sources believe that Hamas is not interested in escalating the situation. Nevertheless, the military forums emphasized that “the incident is unacceptable and that the Israeli military is studying ways to respond to it.”

Bad weather causes 2 resistance missiles to be fired near Tel Aviv

A Gaza resistance source said rockets fired from Gaza and fell off the coast of ‘Tel Aviv’ were fired accidentally because of bad weather.
In an interview with Palestine Now, the source added that the missiles were not experimental.
Two rockets were fired from Gaza this morning and fell off the coast of Tel Aviv. Israeli media said the incident comes amid tensions that followed Israel’s violations of hunger-striking prisoner Hisham Abu Hawwash and the sniping by the resistance of an Israeli soldier on Gaza’s northern border.

‘Israel’ killed 357 Palestinians in 2021, including 79 children

The National Convention for the Families of Palestine’s Martyrs said the occupation state killed 357 Palestinians in 2021, including 79 children and 69 women, making it the bloodiest year for the Palestinian people.
According to a convention report, the occupation state killed 357 Palestinians, including 100 in the West Bank and 257 in Gaza. Among the victims are 70 children and 69 women.
In May, 286 were killed during the Israeli aggression against Gaza and the mass protests that swept the streets of historic Palestine.

Watchdogs: ‘Israel’ arrested 8,000 Palestinians, including more than 1,300 children, in 2021

Human rights groups said the occupation state had detained nearly 8,000 Palestinians by 2021, including more than 1,300 children and 184 women.
A joint report by human rights organizations (the Committee of Detainees and Former Detainees Affairs, the Palestinian Detainees Association, Addameer, Wadi Hilweh Information Center) shows that the number of detainees in Israeli prisons is 4,600 until the end of December 2021.
The report added that 34 were underage girls among the detainees, while 160 of them were children. “Israel” also held 500 Palestinians in administrative detention and 9 members of the Legislative Council.
According to the report, the number of sick detainees has reached nearly 600, including 4 detainees with cancer and 14 with various types of tumors. The oldest inmate in Israeli prisons is Fuad Shobaki (81 years old).

Resistance raises state of preparedness in preparation for a deterioration in Abu Hawwash’s condition

Media sources said the resistance has increased its state of alert in preparation for retaliation in the event of any deterioration in the medical condition of hunger-striking administrative prisoner Hisham Abu Hawwash.
Citing Palestinian sources, Al Jazeera reported that Saraya Al Quds, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad (IJ) movement, said it had increased its state of alert in preparation for any urgency related to Abu Hawwash’s condition.
The sources revealed that Saraya Al Quds had raised its state of alert, evacuated all its military sites and halted all military training at its sites.
In a similar vein, Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), announced operational status following recent reports on Abu Hawwash’s condition.
Imad Abu Hawwash, Hisham’s brother, told QNN that “Since 3:00 am, Hisham has never woken up”.

(Sources: Days of Palestine, Quds News Network)

Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 01.01.2022

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