Days of Palestine

Tuesday, June 6

Report: 13 martyrs and 2,510 Israeli violations in the West Bank in June


A periodic Palestinian report documented the Israeli occupation forces committing thousands of breaches against citizens in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, during last June, ranging from killings, house demolitions and settlement-establishments.

The report issued by the Palestine Information Center “Ma’aty” recorded  2,510 offenses by the Israeli occupation forces. the most notabl of these offences is  the murder of (13) citizens.

The report pointed out that out of these  13 the occupation assassinated, during the past month, 3 resistance fighters in Jenin: Yousef Nasser Salah (23 years old), Laith Salah Abu Sorour (24 years old), and Baraa Kamal Lahluh (24 years old), a Qassam Brigades fighter.

Also, 10 citizens were martyred: Ghufran Hamid, Bilal Qabha, the freed prisoner Ayman Al-Abwini, the two children Ouda Sadaqa and Muhammad Hamid, Mahmoud Abu Ayhour, the freed prisoner Samih Amarneh, Nabil Ghanem, Ali Harb and Muhammad Maree.

According to the report, during June (620) civilians were wounded due to attacks by the Israeli occupation forces and settlers’ fire, and the number of shooting attacks reached (188), and the number of attacks by settlers was (102).

PCHR monitored (204) raids on citizens’ homes, (483) incursions into different areas in the West Bank and Jerusalem, and the closure of (14) areas.

it stated that the occupation forces arrested (424) citizens, as it continued to demolish houses, as the number of destroyed houses reached (27), in addition to dozens of houses whose residents were notified of future demolition warrants.

The report indicated that the occupation destroyed (83) retail stores, agricultural facilities, barracks, and others.

the Israeli occupation and settlers committed (26) attacks on places of worship, while (4,170) settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Nablus governorate witnessed the highest number of Israeli violations, with (544) violations, followed by Jerusalem governorate with 328 violations, and then Hebron with 303 violations.