Two civilians were killed and a third was wounded by the occupation's bullets in Jenin camp Two civilians were killed and a third was wounded by the occupation's bullets in Jenin camp

Two civilians were killed and a third was wounded by the occupation's bullets in Jenin camp

Two civilians were killed and a third was wounded by the occupation's bullets in Jenin camp  Jenin WAFA - The Ministry of Health announced the death of two civilians and the wounding of a third person, as a result of bullets fired by the Israeli occupation forces in the Jenin refugee camp.  Security sources said that Israeli special forces infiltrated Jenin refugee camp after midnight last night in vehicles bearing Palestinian registration plates.  She added that the special units stormed several houses in the camp, occupied their roofs, and fired indiscriminately at anyone who moved. The same sources reported the martyrdom of the freed prisoner Abdullah Al-Hosari (22 years), from Jenin camp, and the critical injury of two other young men with live bullets in the abdomen and head, and they were admitted to the operating rooms in a city hospital.  Later, security and medical sources announced the death of Shadi Khaled Negm (18 years), as a result of his critical wounds, which he sustained with live bullets in the head, in Jenin refugee camp.   Our correspondent stated that the occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner, Imad Jamal Abu Al-Heija, after raiding his house in the camp. At dawn, in front of the Ibn Sina and Jenin government hospitals, a massive and angry march denouncing the crime of the occupation in Jenin camp roamed the streets of Jenin and its camp amid chanting slogans demanding the strengthening of national unity.  The national and Islamic forces and factions mourned the martyrs, Al-Hosari and Najm, while a comprehensive strike was announced in the city of Jenin and its camp, in mourning for their souls.  The funerals of the two martyrs, Al-Hosari and Najm, will be held at 10:30 in front of the Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital in Jenin.  In a related context, the Israeli occupation forces intensified their military presence in Jenin and stormed the towns and villages of Marka, Al-Jerba, Al-Zababda, Jalqamous, Umm Al-Tawt and Al-Jalameh.

Two civilians were killed and a third was wounded by the occupation's bullets in Jenin camp


Jenin WAFA - The Ministry of Health announced the death of two civilians and the wounding of a third person, as a result of bullets fired by the Israeli occupation forces in the Jenin refugee camp.

Security sources said that Israeli special forces infiltrated Jenin refugee camp after midnight last night in vehicles bearing Palestinian registration plates.

She added that the special units stormed several houses in the camp, occupied their roofs, and fired indiscriminately at anyone who moved.
The same sources reported the martyrdom of the freed prisoner Abdullah Al-Hosari (22 years), from Jenin camp, and the critical injury of two other young men with live bullets in the abdomen and head, and they were admitted to the operating rooms in a city hospital.

Later, security and medical sources announced the death of Shadi Khaled Negm (18 years), as a result of his critical wounds, which he sustained with live bullets in the head, in Jenin refugee camp. 

Our correspondent stated that the occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner, Imad Jamal Abu Al-Heija, after raiding his house in the camp.
At dawn, in front of the Ibn Sina and Jenin government hospitals, a massive and angry march denouncing the crime of the occupation in Jenin camp roamed the streets of Jenin and its camp amid chanting slogans demanding the strengthening of national unity.

The national and Islamic forces and factions mourned the martyrs, Al-Hosari and Najm, while a comprehensive strike was announced in the city of Jenin and its camp, in mourning for their souls.

The funerals of the two martyrs, Al-Hosari and Najm, will be held at 10:30 in front of the Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital in Jenin.

In a related context, the Israeli occupation forces intensified their military presence in Jenin and stormed the towns and villages of Marka, Al-Jerba, Al-Zababda, Jalqamous, Umm Al-Tawt and Al-Jalameh.

Dozens of students and teachers suffocated after the occupation attacked three schools in Hebron  Hebron WAFA - Dozens of students and teachers suffocated this morning, Tuesday, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces towards several schools in the southern area of ​​Hebron city.  "Wafa" correspondent in Hebron said: Dozens of students and teachers in Tariq Bin Ziyad Secondary Schools, Hebron Elementary Schools, and Hajariya schools suffocated as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces towards schools in the southern area of ​​Hebron city, and on Immediately they were treated in the field.

Dozens of students and teachers suffocated after the occupation attacked three schools in Hebron


Hebron WAFA - Dozens of students and teachers suffocated this morning, Tuesday, as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces towards several schools in the southern area of ​​Hebron city.

"Wafa" correspondent in Hebron said: Dozens of students and teachers in Tariq Bin Ziyad Secondary Schools, Hebron Elementary Schools, and Hajariya schools suffocated as a result of inhaling toxic tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces towards schools in the southern area of ​​Hebron city, and on Immediately they were treated in the field.


Wafa: 26 Israeli violations against journalists last month  Ramallah Wafa - Tariq Al-Astal The Palestinian News and Information Agency "Wafa" monitored 26 violations of the rights of journalists in the Palestinian territories by the Israeli occupation authorities during the month of February.  In its monthly report on Israeli violations of journalists, "Wafa" confirmed that the Israeli occupation forces continue and deliberately target Palestinian journalists as part of a programmed policy with the aim of limiting their activities and their role in covering the events, practices and violations they implement against defenseless citizens.  She explained that the number of journalists injured during the month of February as a result of rubber-coated metal bullets, gas and sound bombs, severe beatings, in addition to other attacks, amounted to 18. .  The report indicated that on 1/2 of the occupation court sentenced freelance journalist Asim Al - Shannar to six months in prison, on charges of providing services to illegal parties, without the occupation prosecution explaining or proving what these illegal charges are, and he is currently detained in Megiddo Prison.  The occupation forces had arrested the journalist Al-Shannar from the city of Nablus, while he was traveling abroad to continue his higher studies through Al-Karama Crossing on 9/26/2021.  On February 3, the occupation forces targeted G Media photographer Laith Jaar with a gas bomb that hit him in the neck and a rubber bullet in the shoulder, while the freelance photographer Wahaj Bani Mufleh was detained for an hour, while they were covering the confrontations that erupted between them and the residents of Beita village, south of Nablus.  On 4 February, the occupation forces also targeted journalist Raja Marouf Jabr with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit her in the face, while she was covering the confrontations that erupted between soldiers and Palestinian youths in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.  On February 10, the military court of occupation sentenced the captive journalist Yazan Jaafar Abu Salah from the town of Arraba in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank, to 4 years in prison, in addition to a fine of 3,000 shekels, after his trial was postponed for the 22nd consecutive time.  In addition, on February 11, 2022, the occupation forces targeted freelance journalist Muhammad Thabet with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit him in the right hand, while journalist Louay Samhan suffocated while covering the confrontations that erupted between him and the residents of Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus.  On February 12, the occupation forces attacked the cameraman of the "Quds News Network" Abdullah Bahsh, the bureau chief of the Turkish "Anadolu Agency", journalist Anas Janli, the agency's cameraman Issam al-Rimawi, and the correspondent of "Reuters" agency, Raneen Sawafta, with severe beatings, in addition to targeting them with bombs. Gas and sound, while covering the clashes that erupted between them and the residents of Beita, south of Nablus.  On February 13, settlers attacked freelance photographer Raja'i al-Khatib and sprayed pepper gas on his face, while other settlers obstructed the photographers' work while covering the events in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem.  On February 16, the occupation police prevented Palestinian journalists holding Palestinian and international press cards from entering the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem and covering the events inside it. Barriers were erected around the neighborhood, and only Israeli press card holders were allowed to enter.  Moreover, on February 18, the occupation forces targeted the “Quds Network” cameraman, Abdullah Bahsh, with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit him in the back, and a stun grenade hit him in the foot. Fawzi suffocated severely as a gas bomb was thrown at them, and severely beat Anadolu Agency cameraman Hisham Abu Shakra, while they were covering the activity of resisting settlements in Jabal Sabih, south of Nablus.  On February 19, the occupation forces targeted the "French Agency" photographer Jaafar Shtayyeh with a sponge bullet that hit him in the hand, causing a tear in the muscle of the hand, while covering the confrontations that erupted between him and Palestinian youths in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.  In this context, on February 20, the occupation forces assaulted a number of journalists while covering the assault on residents and young men with batons, pushing and beating on Al-Wad Road in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, as a result of which a journalist was injured in the head.  On February 25, Palestine TV cameraman, Iyad Hashlamoun, sustained moderate injuries while covering the occupation forces’ suppression of a demonstration in the center of Hebron, in commemoration of the twenty-eighth anniversary of the Ibrahimi Mosque massacre, and a demand for the evacuation of settlers from the heart of Hebron.  On 27/22 the military court of occupation issued an actual prison sentence against journalist Youssef Yaqoub Fawadila from the town of Aboud - Ramallah to 16 and a half months in prison, and a fine of 2,000 shekels. The Military Prosecution submitted a list of false accusations against him, and he is now in Ofer Prison.  On the same date, a settler prevented press crews from covering the attack by the occupation forces on the solidarity activists at the entrance to the village of al-Lubban al-Sharqiya, Nablus District.  On February 28, the occupation forces beat and pushed the Jerusalemite photographer, Ahmed Abu Sobeih, during his media coverage in Bab Al-Amoud area in Jerusalem.

Wafa: 26 Israeli violations against journalists last month

The Palestinian News and Information Agency "Wafa" monitored 26 violations of the rights of journalists in the Palestinian territories by the Israeli occupation authorities during the month of February.

In its monthly report on Israeli violations of journalists, "Wafa" confirmed that the Israeli occupation forces continue and deliberately target Palestinian journalists as part of a programmed policy with the aim of limiting their activities and their role in covering the events, practices and violations they implement against defenseless citizens.

She explained that the number of journalists injured during the month of February as a result of rubber-coated metal bullets, gas and sound bombs, severe beatings, in addition to other attacks, amounted to 18. .

The report indicated that on 1/2 of the occupation court sentenced freelance journalist Asim Al - Shannar to six months in prison, on charges of providing services to illegal parties, without the occupation prosecution explaining or proving what these illegal charges are, and he is currently detained in Megiddo Prison.

The occupation forces had arrested the journalist Al-Shannar from the city of Nablus, while he was traveling abroad to continue his higher studies through Al-Karama Crossing on 9/26/2021.

On February 3, the occupation forces targeted G Media photographer Laith Jaar with a gas bomb that hit him in the neck and a rubber bullet in the shoulder, while the freelance photographer Wahaj Bani Mufleh was detained for an hour, while they were covering the confrontations that erupted between them and the residents of Beita village, south of Nablus.

On 4 February, the occupation forces also targeted journalist Raja Marouf Jabr with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit her in the face, while she was covering the confrontations that erupted between soldiers and Palestinian youths in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.

On February 10, the military court of occupation sentenced the captive journalist Yazan Jaafar Abu Salah from the town of Arraba in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank, to 4 years in prison, in addition to a fine of 3,000 shekels, after his trial was postponed for the 22nd consecutive time.

In addition, on February 11, 2022, the occupation forces targeted freelance journalist Muhammad Thabet with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit him in the right hand, while journalist Louay Samhan suffocated while covering the confrontations that erupted between him and the residents of Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus.

On February 12, the occupation forces attacked the cameraman of the "Quds News Network" Abdullah Bahsh, the bureau chief of the Turkish "Anadolu Agency", journalist Anas Janli, the agency's cameraman Issam al-Rimawi, and the correspondent of "Reuters" agency, Raneen Sawafta, with severe beatings, in addition to targeting them with bombs. Gas and sound, while covering the clashes that erupted between them and the residents of Beita, south of Nablus.

On February 13, settlers attacked freelance photographer Raja'i al-Khatib and sprayed pepper gas on his face, while other settlers obstructed the photographers' work while covering the events in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem.

On February 16, the occupation police prevented Palestinian journalists holding Palestinian and international press cards from entering the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem and covering the events inside it. Barriers were erected around the neighborhood, and only Israeli press card holders were allowed to enter.

Moreover, on February 18, the occupation forces targeted the “Quds Network” cameraman, Abdullah Bahsh, with a rubber-coated metal bullet that hit him in the back, and a stun grenade hit him in the foot. Fawzi suffocated severely as a gas bomb was thrown at them, and severely beat Anadolu Agency cameraman Hisham Abu Shakra, while they were covering the activity of resisting settlements in Jabal Sabih, south of Nablus.

On February 19, the occupation forces targeted the "French Agency" photographer Jaafar Shtayyeh with a sponge bullet that hit him in the hand, causing a tear in the muscle of the hand, while covering the confrontations that erupted between him and Palestinian youths in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.

In this context, on February 20, the occupation forces assaulted a number of journalists while covering the assault on residents and young men with batons, pushing and beating on Al-Wad Road in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, as a result of which a journalist was injured in the head.

On February 25, Palestine TV cameraman, Iyad Hashlamoun, sustained moderate injuries while covering the occupation forces’ suppression of a demonstration in the center of Hebron, in commemoration of the twenty-eighth anniversary of the Ibrahimi Mosque massacre, and a demand for the evacuation of settlers from the heart of Hebron.

On 27/22 the military court of occupation issued an actual prison sentence against journalist Youssef Yaqoub Fawadila from the town of Aboud - Ramallah to 16 and a half months in prison, and a fine of 2,000 shekels. The Military Prosecution submitted a list of false accusations against him, and he is now in Ofer Prison.

On the same date, a settler prevented press crews from covering the attack by the occupation forces on the solidarity activists at the entrance to the village of al-Lubban al-Sharqiya, Nablus District.

On February 28, the occupation forces beat and pushed the Jerusalemite photographer, Ahmed Abu Sobeih, during his media coverage in Bab Al-Amoud area in Jerusalem.

The occupation navy opened fire on fishermen's boats in the Gaza sea  Gaza WAFA - The Israeli occupation navy fired, at dawn today, Tuesday, its automatic weapons towards fishermen's boats in the Al-Sudaniya area, west of Gaza City.  One of the fishermen stated that the occupation warboats opened fire towards the fishermen's boats, which are about three nautical miles off the fishermen's port in the Sudania region. No injuries were reported.  On a daily basis, the occupation navy deliberately shoots at fishermen in the Gaza sea, and prevents them from practicing the fishing profession.

The occupation navy opened fire on fishermen's boats in the Gaza sea


Gaza WAFA - The Israeli occupation navy fired, at dawn today, Tuesday, its automatic weapons towards fishermen's boats in the Al-Sudaniya area, west of Gaza City.

One of the fishermen stated that the occupation warboats opened fire towards the fishermen's boats, which are about three nautical miles off the fishermen's port in the Sudania region. No injuries were reported.

On a daily basis, the occupation navy deliberately shoots at fishermen in the Gaza sea, and prevents them from practicing the fishing profession.




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