A Palestinian child was shot dead by the Israeli army in the West Bank

A Palestinian child was shot dead by the Israeli army in the West Bank A 14-year-old Palestinian child was shot dead by the Israeli occupation army in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.  On Tuesday evening, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of a 14-year-old Palestinian child, shot by the Israeli occupation army, during clashes that took place in the south of the occupied West Bank.  The ministry said in a brief press statement that "the child, Muhammad Shehadeh, was martyred after being shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem (south)."  Earlier, the activist in the town of Al-Khader, Ahmed Salah, told Anadolu Agency, "The child, Muhammad Rizk Shehadeh Salah, was wounded after the occupation soldiers shot him near the separation wall in the town."  He added that "the occupation forces prevented the Red Crescent ambulance crew from reaching the child, and arrested him." For its part, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the crime of executing the child Shehadeh, considering that this new crime committed by the occupation forces against the child is an integral part of the daily series of killings of Palestinians with the cover and approval of the Israeli political level.  She stressed that this crime "expresses the level of moral decadence of the Israeli occupation army." The Foreign Ministry held the Israeli government, headed by Naftali Bennett, fully and directly responsible for this crime.  It called on the international community to provide international protection for the Palestinians, and called on the International Criminal to immediately start its investigations into the crimes of the occupation and its settlers.  Meanwhile, the Israeli army claimed, in a statement, a copy of which reached Anatolia, that its forces had monitored "the arrival of three suspected Palestinians to an area where Israeli civilian cars were recently exposed to Molotov cocktails."  He added: "The soldiers shot one of the suspects while he was throwing a Molotov cocktail, and they wounded him." In its statement, the army claimed that its soldiers provided first aid to the Palestinian child on the spot, before announcing his death of his injuries.

A Palestinian child was shot dead by the Israeli army in the West Bank

A 14-year-old Palestinian child was shot dead by the Israeli occupation army in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.

On Tuesday evening, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of a 14-year-old Palestinian child, shot by the Israeli occupation army, during clashes that took place in the south of the occupied West Bank.

The ministry said in a brief press statement that "the child, Muhammad Shehadeh, was martyred after being shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem (south)."

Earlier, the activist in the town of Al-Khader, Ahmed Salah, told Anadolu Agency, "The child, Muhammad Rizk Shehadeh Salah, was wounded after the occupation soldiers shot him near the separation wall in the town."

He added that "the occupation forces prevented the Red Crescent ambulance crew from reaching the child, and arrested him."
For its part, the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the crime of executing the child Shehadeh, considering that this new crime committed by the occupation forces against the child is an integral part of the daily series of killings of Palestinians with the cover and approval of the Israeli political level.

She stressed that this crime "expresses the level of moral decadence of the Israeli occupation army."
The Foreign Ministry held the Israeli government, headed by Naftali Bennett, fully and directly responsible for this crime.

It called on the international community to provide international protection for the Palestinians, and called on the International Criminal to immediately start its investigations into the crimes of the occupation and its settlers.

Meanwhile, the Israeli army claimed, in a statement, a copy of which reached Anatolia, that its forces had monitored "the arrival of three suspected Palestinians to an area where Israeli civilian cars were recently exposed to Molotov cocktails."

He added: "The soldiers shot one of the suspects while he was throwing a Molotov cocktail, and they wounded him."
In its statement, the army claimed that its soldiers provided first aid to the Palestinian child on the spot, before announcing his death of his injuries.

Freezing the evacuation of the Salem family from their home in Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem  An Israeli court has decided to freeze the order to evict the Palestinian Salem family from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.  On Tuesday, an Israeli court froze the order to evict the Palestinian Salem family from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.  Lawyer Maged Ghaneim, who is defending the family, said in a written statement, a copy of which was received by Anadolu Agency, "We were able to obtain a decision from the Court of Appeal to freeze the eviction of (house owner) Hajja Fatima Salem from her home, in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood."  He added, "The Court of Appeal accepted our request to freeze the eviction decision against Hajja Fatima (Salem), in exchange for placing a deposit of 25,000 shekels (about 7,700 US dollars)."  Last month, the Israeli authorities announced their decision to evict the family from their home in March.  The Israeli Court of Appeal did not specify a date for it to reconvene to consider the case. For many years, Salem's family has faced the threat of eviction from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where they have resided since 1948.  Recently, the extremist member of the Israeli parliament Itamar Ben Gvir set up a tent on the land of the Salem family, and considered it his office, which caused great tension in the city.

Freezing the evacuation of the Salem family from their home in Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem


An Israeli court has decided to freeze the order to evict the Palestinian Salem family from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

On Tuesday, an Israeli court froze the order to evict the Palestinian Salem family from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

Lawyer Maged Ghaneim, who is defending the family, said in a written statement, a copy of which was received by Anadolu Agency, "We were able to obtain a decision from the Court of Appeal to freeze the eviction of (house owner) Hajja Fatima Salem from her home, in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood."

He added, "The Court of Appeal accepted our request to freeze the eviction decision against Hajja Fatima (Salem), in exchange for placing a deposit of 25,000 shekels (about 7,700 US dollars)."

Last month, the Israeli authorities announced their decision to evict the family from their home in March.

The Israeli Court of Appeal did not specify a date for it to reconvene to consider the case.
For many years, Salem's family has faced the threat of eviction from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where they have resided since 1948.

Recently, the extremist member of the Israeli parliament Itamar Ben Gvir set up a tent on the land of the Salem family, and considered it his office, which caused great tension in the city.

بينها منع الزيارة.. عقوبات جماعية على الأسرى الفلسطينيين بسجن عوفر فرضت إدارة سجون الاحتلال الإسرائيلي عقوبات جماعية على الأسرى الفلسطينيين في سجن عوفر.  قال نادي الأسير الفلسطيني (غير حكومي) الثلاثاء إن "إدارة سجون الاحتلال الإسرائيلي فرضت عقوبات جماعية على الأسرى الفلسطينيين في سجن عوفر".  وأوضح نادي الأسير في بيان صحفي، أن العقوبات تتمثل في فرض غرامات مالية عليهم وحرمانهم من الزيارات.  وأشار إلى أن العقوبات الجماعية تأتي في إطار الهجمة المتواصلة على الأسرى، في محاولة للضغط عليهم وثنيهم عن الاستمرار في معركتهم المستمر ة لصد مخططات إدارة السجون الإسرائيلية التي تهدف إلى سلبهم منجزاتهم، وفرض واقع جديد على حياتهم الاعتقالية.  ويحتج الأسرى الفلسطينيون على إجراءات اتخذتها إدارة السجون بحقهم، بعد تمكّن ستة أسرى من الفرار من سجن جلبوع في سبتمبر/أيلول الماضي، قبل اعتقالهم لاحقاً.  وحتى نهاية يناير/كانون الثاني الماضي، بلغ عدد الأسرى الفلسطينيين في سجون الاحتلال، قرابة 4500، بينهم نحو 500 معتقل إداري، وفق مؤسسات معنية بشؤون الأسرى.     Including the ban on visits collective punishment of Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison  The Israeli occupation prisons administration imposed collective punishments on Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison. The Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) said on Tuesday that "the Israeli occupation prisons administration has imposed collective punishments on Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison."  The Prisoners Club stated in a press statement that the penalties consist in imposing fines on them and depriving them of visits.  He pointed out that the collective punishment comes within the framework of the continuous attack on the prisoners, in an attempt to pressure them and discourage them from continuing their ongoing battle to repel the schemes of the Israeli prison administration, which aims to rob them of their achievements and impose a new reality on their prison life.  The Palestinian prisoners are protesting against the measures taken by the prison administration against them, after six prisoners managed to escape from Gilboa prison last September, before they were arrested later.  Until the end of last January, the number of Palestinian prisoners in the occupation prisons reached approximately 4,500, including about 500 administrative detainees, according to institutions concerned with prisoners' affairs.

Including the ban on visits collective punishment of Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison


The Israeli occupation prisons administration imposed collective punishments on Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison.

The Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) said on Tuesday that "the Israeli occupation prisons administration has imposed collective punishments on Palestinian prisoners in Ofer prison."

The Prisoners Club stated in a press statement that the penalties consist in imposing fines on them and depriving them of visits.

He pointed out that the collective punishment comes within the framework of the continuous attack on the prisoners, in an attempt to pressure them and discourage them from continuing their ongoing battle to repel the schemes of the Israeli prison administration, which aims to rob them of their achievements and impose a new reality on their prison life.

The Palestinian prisoners are protesting against the measures taken by the prison administration against them, after six prisoners managed to escape from Gilboa prison last September, before they were arrested later.

Until the end of last January, the number of Palestinian prisoners in the occupation prisons reached approximately 4,500, including about 500 administrative detainees, according to institutions concerned with prisoners' affairs.
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