Continuing violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests, demolitions, notifications, and attacks on settlers

Continuing violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests, demolitions, notifications, and attacks on settlers  Governorates Wafa - Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities, and property. The occupation demolished a commercial facility and assaulted its owners, and one of them was arrested in Beit Hanina, as well as commercial facilities in Hizma, and 25 citizens of the West Bank were arrested, and bulldozed The Masoudiya entrance in Cyrenaica, and side roads in the vicinity of Sebastia were bulldozed, and he was notified to stop construction on three houses and to work in the nature reserve south of Hebron.  In addition, settlers damaged the tires of 11 vehicles, and wrote racist slogans east of Salfit. A vehicle belonging to the so-called “Settlements Council” began photographing vegetable stands near Line 90, and 270  settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and others attacked farmers in Kisan village, east of Bethlehem.   Demolitions, notifications and bulldozing operations in several governorates The occupation demolished a commercial facility and assaulted its owners, and one of them was arrested in Beit Hanina. It also demolished commercial facilities in Hizma. The occupation bulldozed the entrance to Masoudia in Burqa, north of Nablus, and razed secondary roads in the vicinity of Sebastia in Nablus, and notified to stop construction in three houses and to work in a nature reserve south of Nablus. Hebron.  The occupation bulldozers demolished 10 commercial facilities in the town of Hizma, northeast of occupied Jerusalem. The mayor of Hizma Nofan Salah El-Din told "Wafa" that the occupation bulldozers re-demolished commercial facilities that used as a yard for vehicles, near the main street in Hizma, and constituted a source of livelihood for 13 families. He pointed out that the occupation had demolished it two months ago, and it was reconstructed.  A commercial facility and a horse barracks were also demolished in Beit Hanina, north of occupied Jerusalem . Our correspondent reported , quoting local sources, that the occupation forces stormed the Wadi Al-Dam area in the Beit Hanina neighborhood in the morning hours, and demolished a commercial facility belonging to the Kiswani family, which includes an office and a stand for concrete pumps.  The forces notified to stop construction in three houses in the Al-Jawaya area, east of Yatta, south of Hebron, and to work in a nature reserve in Khallet al-Dabaa in Masafer Yatta . The coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees, south of Hebron, Fuad Amour, told "Wafa" that the occupation forces handed the citizen Ismail Hussein Al-Nawaja'a a notice to stop construction in his 170-square-meter house, which the occupation forces demolished about six months ago .  Amour added that the occupation forces handed the citizens Mahmoud Daasan Al-Nawaja and Mahmoud Owais Al-Nawaja two notices to stop construction in their homes in the same area.  The occupation mechanisms swept secondary roads in the vicinity of the town of Sebastia, northwest of Nablus, and the mayor, Muhammad Azim, said that the occupation mechanisms swept the secondary roads in the vicinity of the town, which connect to the town of Burqa, in addition to closing the entrance to the historic Al-Masoudia area with earth mounds, adding that the area is witnessing a widespread deployment of the army. Occupation.  It also bulldozed the entrance to Al-Masoudiya in the town of Burqa, north of Nablus, and the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, told "Wafa" that the occupation forces had started from the morning hours of bulldozing and excavation operations in the street at the entrance to Al-Masoudiya, and intensified their presence in the area, adding that the settlers called For a march this evening at the "Homish" settlement, which is built on the town's lands.   Injuries and confrontations in Sheikh Jarrah and in a number of governorates Seven civilians were injured by metal and rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated with tear gas, today, Wednesday, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces following the funeral of the martyr Ammar Abu Afifa in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron .  Our correspondent stated that the occupation forces fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters extensively at mourners and citizens' homes, injuring two young men with metal bullets to the knee and ankle. To dozens of suffocation .  In Jerusalem, the occupation forces attacked the solidarity activists present in the home of the Al-Sa` family in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east occupied Jerusalem, in conjunction with a march and storming of the settlers. A march of settlers led by the extremist Ben Gvir .  The occupation forces also detained the young Islam Ghatit for hours, before releasing him. They also strengthened their presence in the neighborhood and tightened the siege imposed on him.  The occupation forces also stormed the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem, and raided several houses there and detained their residents. The youths throw stones at the settlers’ vehicles, before they are released .   Vehicle damage, settler attacks and storming of Al-Aqsa and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood Settlers chased the "Akoub" collectors east of Khallet Makhoul in the northern Jordan Valley, and detained a number of them . Others attacked farmers in the village of Kisan, east of Bethlehem, and activist Ahmed Ghazal told "Wafa" that a group of settlers attacked farmers from the Nabahin family, while they were plowing their land in the "Dhahrat Al-Nada" area, adjacent to the "Ibi Hanahil" settlement in An attempt to prevent them from reclaiming their land.  Today, Wednesday, 270 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the Mughrabi Gate, and performed Talmudic prayers and rituals in its courtyards.  Dozens of settlers stormed the "Sheikh Jarrah" neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem, under the protection of the occupation forces. A vehicle belonging to the so-called “Settlements Council” began photographing vegetable stalls near the highway called (Line 90) in the northern Jordan Valley. Line 90), noting that there are only five stands.  Settlers graze their sheep on agricultural lands in Khirbet Zanouta, south of Hebron, and prevented farmers from accessing their lands. Settlers attacked citizens’ vehicles with stones on the road between Jenin and Nablus, and the official of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, said that a settlers’ march started from the entrance to the towns of Naqoura and Sebastia, northwest of Nablus, amid tight protection by the occupation army, adding that a group of settlers attacked The vehicles of citizens were stoned, which led to the damage of some of them.   The occupation arrests  25  citizens of the West Bank and summons others The occupation forces launched   25  citizens from the West Bank, 13 citizens from the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya in Jenin. Acid, Musa Nahid Zayoud, Talaat Muhammad Jaradat, Adam Muhammad Tahaineh, Khattab Waddah Shawahna .  From Hebron, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: Nidal Al-Qawasmi from the city of Hebron, the lawyer Abdel-Karim Farrah (40 years), from the Sanjar area in the town of Dura, and Falah Mahmoud Abu Warda (19 years), from Al-Fawwar camp, south of Hebron .  From Nablus, the occupation forces arrested two citizens: Abd al-Raouf Abed Ibrahim Jagob (55 years), from the town of Beita, and the young man Husam El-Din Adnan Shtayyeh (22 years), from the village of Tal .  From Qalqilya, the occupation forces arrested Yasser Sanad Hammad (55 years), from the city of Qalqilya. The occupation forces also arrested five young men from Tayaseer village, east of the city of Tubas, while they were picking “Al-Akoub” in the northern Jordan Valley. Saleh Burhan Daraghmeh, Ali Ibrahim Daraghmeh and Wissam Ghanem Abu Mohsen, while picking the "Akoub" east of Khallet Makhoul after being chased and assaulted by settlers.  From Gaza, the occupation forces arrested Maher Taha Matar while he was passing through Beit Hanoun crossing in the northern Gaza Strip. He is from Gaza City and works as a trader.  The occupation forces handed over a citizen from Aqabat Jabr camp, south of Jericho, a report, to review their intelligence, and local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces raided the house of the young man, Ammar Al-Ayouti (30 years), and searched him, and handed his family a report to surrender.  The occupation forces expelled the Jerusalemite activist Iyad Abu Sneina from occupied Jerusalem from the Bab al-Amud area. He refused, and then went to the Occupation Court, which ruled to banish him from Bab al-Amud for a month and pay a fine of 700 shekels, to be guaranteed by two people.   The Israeli authorities demolished a gazebo in Rahat in the Negev Today, Wednesday, the Israeli forces demolished a gazebo belonging to the Abu Hani family in the city of Rahat, in the northern Negev, within the lands of the year 48. The citizen, Hatem Al-Abra, the tenant of the barracks, said in an exclusive interview with "Wafa" that dozens of Israeli soldiers stormed the area at noon and began the demolition process .

Governorates Wafa - Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities, and property. The occupation demolished a commercial facility and assaulted its owners, and one of them was arrested in Beit Hanina, as well as commercial facilities in Hizma, and 25 citizens of the West Bank were arrested, and bulldozed The Masoudiya entrance in Cyrenaica, and side roads in the vicinity of Sebastia were bulldozed, and he was notified to stop construction on three houses and to work in the nature reserve south of Hebron.

In addition, settlers damaged the tires of 11 vehicles, and wrote racist slogans east of Salfit. A vehicle belonging to the so-called “Settlements Council” began photographing vegetable stands near Line 90, and 270  settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and others attacked farmers in Kisan village, east of Bethlehem. 

Demolitions, notifications and bulldozing operations in several governorates
The occupation demolished a commercial facility and assaulted its owners, and one of them was arrested in Beit Hanina. It also demolished commercial facilities in Hizma. The occupation bulldozed the entrance to Masoudia in Burqa, north of Nablus, and razed secondary roads in the vicinity of Sebastia in Nablus, and notified to stop construction in three houses and to work in a nature reserve south of Nablus. Hebron.

The occupation bulldozers demolished 10 commercial facilities in the town of Hizma, northeast of occupied Jerusalem. The mayor of Hizma Nofan Salah El-Din told "Wafa" that the occupation bulldozers re-demolished commercial facilities that used as a yard for vehicles, near the main street in Hizma, and constituted a source of livelihood for 13 families. He pointed out that the occupation had demolished it two months ago, and it was reconstructed.

A commercial facility and a horse barracks were also demolished in Beit Hanina, north of occupied Jerusalem . Our correspondent reported , quoting local sources, that the occupation forces stormed the Wadi Al-Dam area in the Beit Hanina neighborhood in the morning hours, and demolished a commercial facility belonging to the Kiswani family, which includes an office and a stand for concrete pumps.

The forces notified to stop construction in three houses in the Al-Jawaya area, east of Yatta, south of Hebron, and to work in a nature reserve in Khallet al-Dabaa in Masafer Yatta . The coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees, south of Hebron, Fuad Amour, told "Wafa" that the occupation forces handed the citizen Ismail Hussein Al-Nawaja'a a notice to stop construction in his 170-square-meter house, which the occupation forces demolished about six months ago .  Amour added that the occupation forces handed the citizens Mahmoud Daasan Al-Nawaja and Mahmoud Owais Al-Nawaja two notices to stop construction in their homes in the same area.

The occupation mechanisms swept secondary roads in the vicinity of the town of Sebastia, northwest of Nablus, and the mayor, Muhammad Azim, said that the occupation mechanisms swept the secondary roads in the vicinity of the town, which connect to the town of Burqa, in addition to closing the entrance to the historic Al-Masoudia area with earth mounds, adding that the area is witnessing a widespread deployment of the army. Occupation.

It also bulldozed the entrance to Al-Masoudiya in the town of Burqa, north of Nablus, and the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, told "Wafa" that the occupation forces had started from the morning hours of bulldozing and excavation operations in the street at the entrance to Al-Masoudiya, and intensified their presence in the area, adding that the settlers called For a march this evening at the "Homish" settlement, which is built on the town's lands. 

Injuries and confrontations in Sheikh Jarrah and in a number of governorates
Seven civilians were injured by metal and rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated with tear gas, today, Wednesday, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces following the funeral of the martyr Ammar Abu Afifa in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron .

Our correspondent stated that the occupation forces fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters extensively at mourners and citizens' homes, injuring two young men with metal bullets to the knee and ankle. To dozens of suffocation .

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces attacked the solidarity activists present in the home of the Al-Sa` family in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east occupied Jerusalem, in conjunction with a march and storming of the settlers. A march of settlers led by the extremist Ben Gvir .

The occupation forces also detained the young Islam Ghatit for hours, before releasing him. They also strengthened their presence in the neighborhood and tightened the siege imposed on him.

The occupation forces also stormed the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem, and raided several houses there and detained their residents. The youths throw stones at the settlers’ vehicles, before they are released . 

Vehicle damage, settler attacks and storming of Al-Aqsa and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood
Settlers chased the "Akoub" collectors east of Khallet Makhoul in the northern Jordan Valley, and detained a number of them .
Others attacked farmers in the village of Kisan, east of Bethlehem, and activist Ahmed Ghazal told "Wafa" that a group of settlers attacked farmers from the Nabahin family, while they were plowing their land in the "Dhahrat Al-Nada" area, adjacent to the "Ibi Hanahil" settlement in An attempt to prevent them from reclaiming their land.

Today, Wednesday, 270 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the Mughrabi Gate, and performed Talmudic prayers and rituals in its courtyards.

Dozens of settlers stormed the "Sheikh Jarrah" neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem, under the protection of the occupation forces.
A vehicle belonging to the so-called “Settlements Council” began photographing vegetable stalls near the highway called (Line 90) in the northern Jordan Valley. Line 90), noting that there are only five stands.

Settlers graze their sheep on agricultural lands in Khirbet Zanouta, south of Hebron, and prevented farmers from accessing their lands.
Settlers attacked citizens’ vehicles with stones on the road between Jenin and Nablus, and the official of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, said that a settlers’ march started from the entrance to the towns of Naqoura and Sebastia, northwest of Nablus, amid tight protection by the occupation army, adding that a group of settlers attacked The vehicles of citizens were stoned, which led to the damage of some of them. 

The occupation arrests  25  citizens of the West Bank and summons others
The occupation forces launched   25  citizens from the West Bank, 13 citizens from the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya in Jenin. Acid, Musa Nahid Zayoud, Talaat Muhammad Jaradat, Adam Muhammad Tahaineh, Khattab Waddah Shawahna .

From Hebron, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: Nidal Al-Qawasmi from the city of Hebron, the lawyer Abdel-Karim Farrah (40 years), from the Sanjar area in the town of Dura, and Falah Mahmoud Abu Warda (19 years), from Al-Fawwar camp, south of Hebron .

From Nablus, the occupation forces arrested two citizens: Abd al-Raouf Abed Ibrahim Jagob (55 years), from the town of Beita, and the young man Husam El-Din Adnan Shtayyeh (22 years), from the village of Tal .

From Qalqilya, the occupation forces arrested Yasser Sanad Hammad (55 years), from the city of Qalqilya.
The occupation forces also arrested five young men from Tayaseer village, east of the city of Tubas, while they were picking “Al-Akoub” in the northern Jordan Valley. Saleh Burhan Daraghmeh, Ali Ibrahim Daraghmeh and Wissam Ghanem Abu Mohsen, while picking the "Akoub" east of Khallet Makhoul after being chased and assaulted by settlers.

From Gaza, the occupation forces arrested Maher Taha Matar while he was passing through Beit Hanoun crossing in the northern Gaza Strip. He is from Gaza City and works as a trader.

The occupation forces handed over a citizen from Aqabat Jabr camp, south of Jericho, a report, to review their intelligence, and local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces raided the house of the young man, Ammar Al-Ayouti (30 years), and searched him, and handed his family a report to surrender.

The occupation forces expelled the Jerusalemite activist Iyad Abu Sneina from occupied Jerusalem from the Bab al-Amud area. He refused, and then went to the Occupation Court, which ruled to banish him from Bab al-Amud for a month and pay a fine of 700 shekels, to be guaranteed by two people. 

The Israeli authorities demolished a gazebo in Rahat in the Negev
Today, Wednesday, the Israeli forces demolished a gazebo belonging to the Abu Hani family in the city of Rahat, in the northern Negev, within the lands of the year 48. The citizen, Hatem Al-Abra, the tenant of the barracks, said in an exclusive interview with "Wafa" that dozens of Israeli soldiers stormed the area at noon and began the demolition process .

In conjunction with a march by settlers: the occupation attacks the solidarity activists in the Al-Sa` house in Sheikh Jarrah  Jerusalem Wafa - Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces attacked the solidarity activists present in the home of the Al-Sa` family in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east of occupied Jerusalem, in conjunction with a march and storming of settlers.  Umm Ramadan Al-Sa'u said that the occupation forces stormed the house and attacked the solidarity activists inside it without warning, with the aim of emptying the neighborhood, to secure a march for settlers led by the extremist Ben Gvir.  The occupation forces also detained the young Islam Ghatit for hours, before releasing him. They also strengthened their presence in the neighborhood and tightened the siege imposed on him.  Al-Maqdisi activist Muhammad Abu Al-Homs affirmed the readiness of the people and solidarity activists to defend the neighborhood, to stay in it, and to confront the settlers’ intrusion and attacks.

In conjunction with a march by settlers: the occupation attacks the solidarity activists in the Al-Sa` house in Sheikh Jarrah


Jerusalem Wafa - Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces attacked the solidarity activists present in the home of the Al-Sa` family in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, east of occupied Jerusalem, in conjunction with a march and storming of settlers.

Umm Ramadan Al-Sa'u said that the occupation forces stormed the house and attacked the solidarity activists inside it without warning, with the aim of emptying the neighborhood, to secure a march for settlers led by the extremist Ben Gvir.

The occupation forces also detained the young Islam Ghatit for hours, before releasing him. They also strengthened their presence in the neighborhood and tightened the siege imposed on him.

Al-Maqdisi activist Muhammad Abu Al-Homs affirmed the readiness of the people and solidarity activists to defend the neighborhood, to stay in it, and to confront the settlers’ intrusion and attacks.
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