Days of Palestine - Ramallah
Israeli occupation forces Monday continued to escalate their violations against Palestinian people, targeting workers with live bullets while they were on their way to work inside the 48 lands, and attacked the press crews in Hebron and prevented them from carrying out their work, and arrested a number of citizens from different parts of the West Bank.
Local sources reported that seven Palestinian workers were today wounded by the Israeli occupation forces' bullets near the Apartheid Wall south of Tulkarm.
According to eyewitnesses, the Israeli occupation forces open their fire at Palestinian workers, wounding a number of them with live bullets in the foot, and all of them were in their twenties.
The director of "Martyr Thabet Thabet" Governmental Hospital told local sources that the injuries they received were concentrated in the feet, including two injuries that need medical attention, due to fractures in the shin bone.
Also, a worker from Qalqilya governorate was wounded this evening by Israeli occupation forces' bullets near the annexation wall south of Tulkarm.
Eyewitnesses said that the wounded young man, in his twenties, was hit by a bullet in the foot while trying to cross the wall. He was transferred to the Martyr Thabet Thabet Governmental Hospital in Tulkarm.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation forces deliberately targeted workers near this gate, as a number of them were injured during the past year, while they were trying to cross to reach their workplaces within the lands of 1948.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces today arrested four Palestinian young men from the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin.
The director of the Prisoner Club in Jenin, Montaser Samour, said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested: Ahmed Talal Kamil, Majdi Hamza Saba'na, Ahmed Hassan Nazzal, and Muntasir Faisal Khuzaymeh, after they raided the homes of their relatives and searched them, which led to the outbreak of confrontations between the youths and the occupation forces, no injuries were reported.
The Israeli occupation forces also arrested four citizens of Sebastia, northwest of Nablus.
Security sources reported that the Israeli occupation forces arrested: Abdel Nasser Kayed and his son Nayef, Muhammad Nimr Ghazal, and Ayham Aql, after they raided and searched their homes.
Likewise, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 3 Palestinian citizens from Jalazoun camp, north of Ramallah.
Security sources said that the occupation forces arrested: Alaa Qassem, Muhammad Iyad Safi, and Muhammad Al-Jubeidi, after they raided and searched their homes.
In the same context, the Israeli occupation forces arrested a young man and summoned another from Bethlehem.
Security sources said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young man, Khaldoun Mahmoud Funun, 28, after they raided and searched his house in the town of Nahalin, west of Bethlehem.
The Israeli occupation forces also delivered a report to the young Qusay Ali Issa, 39, to review their intelligence in the Gush Etzion settlement compound in the south, after they raided his family’s home in the town of Al-Khader in the south, and searched it.
Yesterday evening, the Israeli occupation forces stationed at the Container Checkpoint, northeast of Bethlehem, arrested Rabi` Awad Kamil, 18, from the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin.
The Israeli occupation forces also arrested Raad Bani Fadl, 30, from the town of Aqraba, south of Nablus, during his participation in confronting settler attacks and their attempt to seize parts of Aqraba's lands.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli settlers plowed private lands for Palestinian citizens in the town of Aqraba, south of Nablus, in preparation for seizing it. The occupation forces closed "Tal Rumeida" neighborhood, "Al-Shuhada" Street, and "Al-Sahla" district in central Hebron, while Israeli soldiers and settlers assaulted the press crews and prevented them from working.
Local sources stated that the Israeli occupation forces handed over the Palestine TV crew a decision to close the mentioned areas above in central Hebron, while they were broadcasting the Palestine program this morning directly from the area, and attacked the crew members and prevented them from working in the area by force, in conjunction with a number of attacks of the settlers.
The attacks also affected a number of citizens and a member of the Fatah region in central Hebron, Muhannad al-Jabari.
Al-Jabari stressed that central Hebron and all its parts, as well as Palestine in general, will remain Palestinian, no matter how the occupation tries to obliterate and steal its identity, and that the attacks of the occupation and its settlers will not deter our people from confronting the Israeli Judaization practices against our land, our sanctities and the symbols of our Palestinian heritage.
The Israeli occupation forces also demolished a wall in the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
Sources reported that Israeli bulldozers, accompanied by the occupation soldiers, demolished a wall near the main entrance to the town, surrounding a piece of waqf land in Shuafat refugee camp.
The Israeli occupation forces also continue to close the two main entrances to Al Mughayir village, east of Ramallah, for the fifth consecutive day, and prevent citizens from entering or leaving.
The head of Al Mughayir Village Council, Amin Abu Alia, said that closing the entrances with earth mounds and concrete barriers forces citizens to take long detours, in order to reach their workplace.
Abu Alia pointed out that the people of the village marched two days ago to protest the continuation of the closure, as the Israeli occupation forces responded with live bullets and tear gas canisters, which led to dozens of suffocation cases.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation forces target the village of Mughayir on an almost daily basis, and witnesses constant clashes. Several weeks ago, the child Ali Abu Alia was killed while storming the village.
Also, the Israeli occupation forces targeted fishermen's boats off the sea of Gaza Strip with a hail of bullets, and attacked farmers on their agricultural borderlands east of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation navy boats fired bullets at the fishermen's boats, about three miles off the sea of the "Sudania" area northwest of Gaza Strip, and opened water hoses towards them, and forced them to leave their work.
The Israeli occupation forces stationed in the military sites behind the border east of Khan Yunis fired bullets at the farmers while they were cultivating their agricultural lands in addition to shooting at the shepherds in the border area east of the city, but no injuries were reported.
The Israeli occupation forces deliberately target fishermen in the Gaza Sea and attack farmers and sheepherders in the agricultural lands in the north and east of the Strip.