Toxic Spraying, Racist Graffiti, Freedom, Cloud Services Cancellation, Palestinians Injured, Palestinian Shot, Palestinians Kidnapped


Israeli settlers uproot dozens of olive trees in Nablus, spray them with toxic substances

Israeli settlers uprooted dozens of olive trees in the village of Awarta east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank and sprayed them with toxic substances, drying the trees.
Residents of the village of Awarta said they discovered on Wednesday morning that extremist Israeli settlers broke into Palestinian land in the area and uprooted dozens of olive trees planted there.
The residents also said that the settlers, from the illegal settlement of Itimar, built on stolen Awarta land, sprayed the olive trees with toxic substances, causing them drought.

Extremist Israeli settlers vandalize Palestinian vehicles and write racist graffiti

Jewish extremist members of the anti-Palestinian terror group Price Tag vandalized vehicles owned by Palestinians and sprayed hate graffiti in the village of Marda north of Salfit in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday morning.
Local sources said a group of Israeli fanatics sneaked into the village in the early morning hours, cut tires from more than 5 vehicles and sprayed them with hate graffiti text: “price tag” and “destroy the enemies not the Jews.”

Resistance factions: the freedom of prisoners is near

Resistance groups said on Tuesday that the freedom of prisoners in Israeli prisons is a top priority for the resistance and that it will not forget their suffering and pain. They added that the freedom of detainees is near.
“We remind the occupiers that your soldiers are still in the hands of the resistance and that they will not see the light of day until our prisoners are released,” the groups said in a joint statement.
The statement also noted that the occupying state continues to violate international law and commit crimes with impunity.

Nearly 500 Amazon and Google employees demand cancellation of cloud services deal with ‘Israel’

Nearly 500 employees at Amazon and Google called on their companies to cancel a deal with the occupying state that would provide it with cloud services to be used against the Palestinian people.
In a joint letter published by the Guardian, nearly 500 Amazon and Google employees said they cannot support a decision by their employers to supply the occupying state with technology that will be used to harm the Palestinian people.
“As employees who keep these businesses running, we are morally obligated to speak out against violations of these core values,” the letter said.
“For this reason, we are forced to call on Amazon and Google leaders to withdraw from Project Nimbus and sever all ties with the Israeli military.”

Israeli soldiers wound several Palestinians, kidnapping two, in Hebron

Israeli soldiers wounded several Palestinians on Wednesday and kidnapped two in the southern governorate of the West Bank of Hebron.
Media activist Mohammad Awad said the soldiers raided and ransacked many homes in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, causing material damage before kidnapping a former political prisoner identified as Issa Ibrahim Ekhlayyel, 25.
Awad added that the soldiers also damaged two Palestinian cars owned by Khaled Hussein Ekhlayyel and Ribhi Tomar Ekhlayyel.

Soldiers shoot and kidnap a Palestinian near Qalqilya

Israeli soldiers abducted a young Palestinian man Wednesday morning after shooting him near the town of Azzoun, east of the northern city of Qalqilya in the West Bank. The soldiers also attacked a man near Bethlehem, south of Jerusalem.
Media sources said the soldiers invaded an area near Azzoun, sparking protests before the army fired live ammunition, rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs.
They added that the soldiers shot Mohammad Hussein Falah, 22, in the leg before kidnapping him.

Police kidnap a Palestinian who listens to music and broadcasts live on social media

On Wednesday, several Israeli police officers, including undercover troops, kidnapped a Palestinian man after he smashed and broke into the windows of his car while listening to music and broadcasting live on a social media outlet.
The Palestinian man, Marwan Husseini, from the city of Hebron in the south of the West Bank, was parked near Maale Adumim road, east of occupied Jerusalem, listening to music and broadcasts live on Facebook, when the Israeli officers smashed the windows of his car and dragged him outside before she kidnapped him.

Soldiers kidnap three Palestinian children, young man, in Jerusalem

Israeli soldiers abducted three Palestinian children on Tuesday afternoon in Silwan and the at-Tour, in the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem. The soldiers also attacked many Palestinians in Jerusalem and kidnapped a young man, in addition to firing gas bombs, rubber-coated steel bullets and concussion grenades, and spraying many homes with sewage mixed with chemicals during the ensuing protests.
Firas al-Jebrini, a lawyer for the Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan, Silwanic, stated that the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Maher Zeitoun, 13, after he broke into his family’s home in the city of Silwan and searched it by force.
Al-Jebrini added that the soldiers also kidnapped another child, identified as Jihad Kayed Rajani, 10, near his family’s home in Silwan.
In addition, the soldiers kidnapped Ayham Suleiman al-Hadra, 13, in front of his school while he was on his way home in the town of At-Tour.
The three children were taken to an interrogation and detention center in Jerusalem, al-Jebrini said.

Israeli soldiers shoot and kidnap Palestinian child near Ramallah

Israeli soldiers shot and kidnapped a Palestinian child near the western entrance to the town of Silwad, east of the central city of Ramallah in the West Bank, on Tuesday evening.
Medical sources said the soldiers shot a 15-year-old child in the leg before kidnapping him.
They added that Palestinian medics tried to provide the injured child with the necessary help, but the soldiers prevented them from reaching him.

(Sources: Quds News Network, IMEMC)

Henny A.J.Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism

© Khamakar News Agency / 13.10.2021

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