Continuing violations of the occupation: martyrs, injuries, arrests, demolitions and attacks by settlers

Continuing violations of the occupation: martyrs, injuries, arrests, demolitions and attacks by settlers  Governorates Wafa - Wednesday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a young man from Cyrenaica died as a result of being shot by the occupation’s bullets, and a young man was wounded by the occupation’s bullets during confrontations in the same village, and a number of students were wounded at Kadoorie University. With bullets, the occupation carried out excavation and construction work in the vicinity of the Ibrahimi Mosque, and notified to stop construction in five houses east of Yatta, and notified the prohibition of prayer in a mosque in the town of Al-Khader, and demolished two houses in Shuafat camp, north of Jerusalem and east of Hebron, and targeted fishermen and farmers in the north and south of the Gaza Strip.  The settlers escalated their aggression as they uprooted and stole 60 grape seedlings, demolished stone chains in Salfit, and bulldozed lands they had seized in Battir town, west of Bethlehem.  The death of a young man from his wounds by the occupation bullets and injuries in Cyrenaica and Hebron The young man, Ahmed Hikmat Seif (23 years), from Barqa, northwest of Nablus, died of wounds he sustained during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces .  The young Saif was wounded on the first of this March by three bullets in the abdomen and back, after the occupation forces suppressed a march of support and support for prisoners in Cyrenaica. He was admitted to the hospital in critical condition, and his death was announced today. .  A boy was wounded by the occupation’s bullets during clashes at the entrance to the town of Burqa, northwest of Nablus, following the funeral of the young man Ahmed Seif, which led to the injury of a young man by live bullets from the occupation in the hand, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas.  Three civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated and fainted during the Israeli occupation army's storming of the memorial ceremony for the martyr Ammar Abu Afifa, which was held on the Kadoorie University campus in Al-Aroub, north of Hebron .  Settlers bulldoze lands and uproot 60 grape seedlings Settlers bulldozed lands they had seized a few days ago in the town of Battir, west of Bethlehem. , with the aim of erecting tents and other mobile homes.  Settlers uprooted and stole 60 grape seedlings, demolished stone chains, and removed barbed wire in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit. They demolished the stone chains, and they cut and sabotaged barbed wire 150 meters from his land located in the "Umm Hanun" area, north of the town.   The occupation demolishes two houses, notifies others of demolition, halts work on land, seizes two water pumps and electricity cables, carries out excavation and construction work in the vicinity of the Ibrahimi Mosque, and notifies not to pray in a mosque  Occupation bulldozers demolished a house in the Ras Khamis neighborhood of Shuafat refugee camp, northeast of occupied Jerusalem. They also demolished a house and attacked its residents east of Hebron. Anti-settlement activist Aref Jaber told our correspondent that the occupation forces demolished a 100-square-meter house in the Khallet al-Aida area, along the bypass road east of Hebron, owned by Saddam Jawad Jaber, and also attacked family members. , consisting of 10 people, including an elderly woman, before they were forcibly evicted from the house.  And the occupation authorities were notified to stop construction in five houses east of Yatta, south of Hebron, and the coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees south of Hebron, Fouad Al-Amour, confirmed to “Wafa” that the occupation forces stormed the Bedouin community of “Umm Al-Daraj” east of Yatta town, and were notified to stop work and construction in five houses belonging to the citizens. Atta Allah Yusef Al-Kaabna, Salama Ali Al-Ateemen, Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Atimin, Abdul Rahman Ahmed Al-Ta’imat, and Qasim Al-Ta’imat .  The Israeli occupation forces, accompanied by a group of settlers, seized two water pumps and electricity cables, and destroyed a water network for a citizen south of Hebron .  The head of the Birin village council, Farid Burqan, told Wafa that the occupation authorities, accompanied by a group of settlers, raided the village of Birin, and seized two water pumps and electricity cables. to his home in the village.  Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation authorities and settlers carried out excavation and construction works in the courtyards of the Ibrahimi Mosque, with the aim of settlement expansion and the seizure and Judaization of the Haram .  The director of the Haram, Ghassan Al-Rajabi, told "Wafa" that a group of settlers, under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces, laid a ground iron net in preparation for construction in the Ibrahimi Mosque garden, next to the rest house of the Hebron municipality, from the southern side of the campus, with an area of ​​about 400 meters .  And the occupation forces placed a notice on the “Al-Hamidiyah” mosque from the lands of Al-Khader in the south, stating that it is not to perform prayers in it, or to carry out restoration work inside it, and to prevent the reclamation of the surrounding lands, claiming that it is an archaeological area, and that the mosque, which consists of a large room of 30 square meters, was built before It is about 250 years old, and it is supervised by an employee of the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, and the call to prayer is called daily, and prayers are held for farmers in their surrounding and close land .  The occupation forces also brought a number of ready-made cement containers to the excavations they are carrying out in the courtyards of the Haram, to pour the foundations of an elevator designated for settlers there.  The Israeli occupation authorities handed over three notices to stop work on agricultural land and building a brix in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit .  The mayor of Kafr al-Deek, Muhammad al-Deek, said that the notifications included stopping work on reclaiming the land of citizen Muhammad Anwar al-Deek, the land of citizen Imad Khader al-Deek, and a notification to stop building a brix for citizen Firas Muhammad al-Deek .  Occupation arrests 21 citizens The occupation forces launched a massive arrest campaign against 21 citizens of the West Bank. In the city of Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested: Daoud Rafiq Issa Rantis (20 years), Tawfiq Issa Rantis (60 years), his son Muhammad (20 years) from Al-Jalazun camp, the freed prisoner Mahdi Yousef Barghouti, Hani Mamdouh Atta, and Moamen Saeed Dahshan Atta , and Hussein Shaher Ghaid from Deir Abu Mishaal .  From Jenin, the occupation forces arrested three liberated prisoners: Khaled Muhammad al-Hajj, Muhammad Ahmad Suqiya, and Mahmoud Kamel al-Ayyeh from al-Hadaf neighborhood and Wadi Burqin, while they arrested the young Ibrahim Labib Nawasra, and the released prisoner Ali Nawasra, after they raided their homes in the village of Fahma .  From Hebron, the occupation soldiers arrested five citizens, the two freed prisoners, Muhammad Arafat Al-Qawasmi, Ashraf Al-Muhtaseb, Shaher Abu Eisha and Nabil Abdeen, all from the city of Hebron, and the young man Raafat Dhiab Abu Qubaita from the town of Yat .  The occupation forces also arrested the boy Hamada Tariq Sabbah (16 years), from the town of Tekoa, east of Bethlehem, the liberated prisoner Murshid Al-Shawamrah from the town of Al-Ram, north of Jerusalem, and the young man Youssef Abdel Karim Shukair (20 years), from the town of Al-Zawiya, west of Salfit.  And the occupation forces arrested a young man from Deir Abu Daeef village, east of Jenin, and security sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces arrested the young man, Youssef Bashar Yassin, after storming the village and raiding and searching his family's house.   The occupation targets fishermen and farmers in the north and south of the Gaza Strip Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces fired machine guns towards fishermen's boats near the seashore of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, targeting farmers east of Beit Hanoun and Khan Yunis.  Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in the military tower northwest of the town opened intensive fire with heavy machine guns towards the fishermen's boats near the shore, forcing them to retreat .  The occupation forces also fired machine guns at agricultural lands in the "Al-Na'ima" area, east of the town of Beit Hanoun, but no injuries were reported among the farmers.  Our correspondent indicated that the occupation forces opened fire at agricultural lands and shepherds, east of the towns of Khuza'a and Abasan, east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip .

Governorates Wafa - Wednesday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a young man from Cyrenaica died as a result of being shot by the occupation’s bullets, and a young man was wounded by the occupation’s bullets during confrontations in the same village, and a number of students were wounded at Kadoorie University. With bullets, the occupation carried out excavation and construction work in the vicinity of the Ibrahimi Mosque, and notified to stop construction in five houses east of Yatta, and notified the prohibition of prayer in a mosque in the town of Al-Khader, and demolished two houses in Shuafat camp, north of Jerusalem and east of Hebron, and targeted fishermen and farmers in the north and south of the Gaza Strip.

The settlers escalated their aggression as they uprooted and stole 60 grape seedlings, demolished stone chains in Salfit, and bulldozed lands they had seized in Battir town, west of Bethlehem.

The death of a young man from his wounds by the occupation bullets and injuries in Cyrenaica and Hebron
The young man, Ahmed Hikmat Seif (23 years), from Barqa, northwest of Nablus, died of wounds he sustained during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces .

The young Saif was wounded on the first of this March by three bullets in the abdomen and back, after the occupation forces suppressed a march of support and support for prisoners in Cyrenaica. He was admitted to the hospital in critical condition, and his death was announced today. .

A boy was wounded by the occupation’s bullets during clashes at the entrance to the town of Burqa, northwest of Nablus, following the funeral of the young man Ahmed Seif, which led to the injury of a young man by live bullets from the occupation in the hand, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas.

Three civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated and fainted during the Israeli occupation army's storming of the memorial ceremony for the martyr Ammar Abu Afifa, which was held on the Kadoorie University campus in Al-Aroub, north of Hebron .

Settlers bulldoze lands and uproot 60 grape seedlings
Settlers bulldozed lands they had seized a few days ago in the town of Battir, west of Bethlehem. , with the aim of erecting tents and other mobile homes.

Settlers uprooted and stole 60 grape seedlings, demolished stone chains, and removed barbed wire in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit. They demolished the stone chains, and they cut and sabotaged barbed wire 150 meters from his land located in the "Umm Hanun" area, north of the town. 

The occupation demolishes two houses, notifies others of demolition, halts work on land, seizes two water pumps and electricity cables, carries out excavation and construction work in the vicinity of the Ibrahimi Mosque, and notifies not to pray in a mosque

Occupation bulldozers demolished a house in the Ras Khamis neighborhood of Shuafat refugee camp, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
They also demolished a house and attacked its residents east of Hebron. Anti-settlement activist Aref Jaber told our correspondent that the occupation forces demolished a 100-square-meter house in the Khallet al-Aida area, along the bypass road east of Hebron, owned by Saddam Jawad Jaber, and also attacked family members. , consisting of 10 people, including an elderly woman, before they were forcibly evicted from the house.

And the occupation authorities were notified to stop construction in five houses east of Yatta, south of Hebron, and the coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees south of Hebron, Fouad Al-Amour, confirmed to “Wafa” that the occupation forces stormed the Bedouin community of “Umm Al-Daraj” east of Yatta town, and were notified to stop work and construction in five houses belonging to the citizens. Atta Allah Yusef Al-Kaabna, Salama Ali Al-Ateemen, Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Atimin, Abdul Rahman Ahmed Al-Ta’imat, and Qasim Al-Ta’imat .

The Israeli occupation forces, accompanied by a group of settlers, seized two water pumps and electricity cables, and destroyed a water network for a citizen south of Hebron .

The head of the Birin village council, Farid Burqan, told Wafa that the occupation authorities, accompanied by a group of settlers, raided the village of Birin, and seized two water pumps and electricity cables. to his home in the village.

Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation authorities and settlers carried out excavation and construction works in the courtyards of the Ibrahimi Mosque, with the aim of settlement expansion and the seizure and Judaization of the Haram .

The director of the Haram, Ghassan Al-Rajabi, told "Wafa" that a group of settlers, under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces, laid a ground iron net in preparation for construction in the Ibrahimi Mosque garden, next to the rest house of the Hebron municipality, from the southern side of the campus, with an area of ​​about 400 meters .

And the occupation forces placed a notice on the “Al-Hamidiyah” mosque from the lands of Al-Khader in the south, stating that it is not to perform prayers in it, or to carry out restoration work inside it, and to prevent the reclamation of the surrounding lands, claiming that it is an archaeological area, and that the mosque, which consists of a large room of 30 square meters, was built before It is about 250 years old, and it is supervised by an employee of the Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, and the call to prayer is called daily, and prayers are held for farmers in their surrounding and close land .

The occupation forces also brought a number of ready-made cement containers to the excavations they are carrying out in the courtyards of the Haram, to pour the foundations of an elevator designated for settlers there.

The Israeli occupation authorities handed over three notices to stop work on agricultural land and building a brix in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit .

The mayor of Kafr al-Deek, Muhammad al-Deek, said that the notifications included stopping work on reclaiming the land of citizen Muhammad Anwar al-Deek, the land of citizen Imad Khader al-Deek, and a notification to stop building a brix for citizen Firas Muhammad al-Deek .

Occupation arrests 21 citizens
The occupation forces launched a massive arrest campaign against 21 citizens of the West Bank.
In the city of Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested: Daoud Rafiq Issa Rantis (20 years), Tawfiq Issa Rantis (60 years), his son Muhammad (20 years) from Al-Jalazun camp, the freed prisoner Mahdi Yousef Barghouti, Hani Mamdouh Atta, and Moamen Saeed Dahshan Atta , and Hussein Shaher Ghaid from Deir Abu Mishaal .

From Jenin, the occupation forces arrested three liberated prisoners: Khaled Muhammad al-Hajj, Muhammad Ahmad Suqiya, and Mahmoud Kamel al-Ayyeh from al-Hadaf neighborhood and Wadi Burqin, while they arrested the young Ibrahim Labib Nawasra, and the released prisoner Ali Nawasra, after they raided their homes in the village of Fahma .

From Hebron, the occupation soldiers arrested five citizens, the two freed prisoners, Muhammad Arafat Al-Qawasmi, Ashraf Al-Muhtaseb, Shaher Abu Eisha and Nabil Abdeen, all from the city of Hebron, and the young man Raafat Dhiab Abu Qubaita from the town of Yat .

The occupation forces also arrested the boy Hamada Tariq Sabbah (16 years), from the town of Tekoa, east of Bethlehem, the liberated prisoner Murshid Al-Shawamrah from the town of Al-Ram, north of Jerusalem, and the young man Youssef Abdel Karim Shukair (20 years), from the town of Al-Zawiya, west of Salfit.

And the occupation forces arrested a young man from Deir Abu Daeef village, east of Jenin, and security sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces arrested the young man, Youssef Bashar Yassin, after storming the village and raiding and searching his family's house. 

The occupation targets fishermen and farmers in the north and south of the Gaza Strip
Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces fired machine guns towards fishermen's boats near the seashore of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, targeting farmers east of Beit Hanoun and Khan Yunis.

Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in the military tower northwest of the town opened intensive fire with heavy machine guns towards the fishermen's boats near the shore, forcing them to retreat .

The occupation forces also fired machine guns at agricultural lands in the "Al-Na'ima" area, east of the town of Beit Hanoun, but no injuries were reported among the farmers.

Our correspondent indicated that the occupation forces opened fire at agricultural lands and shepherds, east of the towns of Khuza'a and Abasan, east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip .

The Israeli Chief of Staff begins his first visit to Bahrain  Manama: Israeli Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi arrived in Bahrain on Wednesday to hold meetings with Bahraini officials and the commander of the US Fifth Fleet, as part of a visit that is the first of its kind and was not announced in advance.  The Bahrain News Agency said that the Bahraini Chief of Staff, Lieutenant-General Theyab bin Saqr Al-Nuaimi, received Kochavi upon his arrival at the airport on an official visit. The Israeli army described, in a statement, Kochavi's visit to Bahrain as “historic.” He added that Kohavi met his Bahraini counterpart, as well as the National Security Adviser and Secretary-General of Bahrain's Supreme Defense Council, Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.  Kohavi is scheduled to meet "other officials in the Bahraini military and leadership, in addition to the commander of the US Fifth Fleet, Admiral Charles Brad Cooper, at the fleet's headquarters in Bahrain," according to the statement.  During the visit, Kohavi was accompanied by Israeli military officials, including the head of the Strategy and the Third Department, Tal Kalman, the head of the Foreign Relations Brigade, Evi Devrin, and the head of studies in the (military) Intelligence Division, Amit Sa'ar.  And in September 2021, the relationship between the Israeli and US armies was transferred to the US Central Command (Centcom), after Israel was within the US European Command (YUCOM).  "The shuttle visit, which was announced only after the Chief of Staff landed in Bahrain, comes against the backdrop of the nuclear agreement being prepared between Iran and the major powers (in the Geneva talks), which raises great concern in Israel," the newspaper said.  On February 14, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made a first visit to Manama , and met the country's King, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and other officials, including the ministers of foreign affairs, industry and transportation.  Bennett's visit to Bahrain was preceded by two visits by Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Defense Minister Benny Gantz , during the past months.  In September 2020, Israel and Bahrain signed, in Washington, an agreement to normalize relations between them, under the auspices of then US President Donald Trump (2017-2021).(Anatolia)

The Israeli Chief of Staff begins his first visit to Bahrain


Manama: Israeli Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi arrived in Bahrain on Wednesday to hold meetings with Bahraini officials and the commander of the US Fifth Fleet, as part of a visit that is the first of its kind and was not announced in advance.

The Bahrain News Agency said that the Bahraini Chief of Staff, Lieutenant-General Theyab bin Saqr Al-Nuaimi, received Kochavi upon his arrival at the airport on an official visit. The Israeli army described, in a statement, Kochavi's visit to Bahrain as “historic.” He added that Kohavi met his Bahraini counterpart, as well as the National Security Adviser and Secretary-General of Bahrain's Supreme Defense Council, Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.

Kohavi is scheduled to meet "other officials in the Bahraini military and leadership, in addition to the commander of the US Fifth Fleet, Admiral Charles Brad Cooper, at the fleet's headquarters in Bahrain," according to the statement.

During the visit, Kohavi was accompanied by Israeli military officials, including the head of the Strategy and the Third Department, Tal Kalman, the head of the Foreign Relations Brigade, Evi Devrin, and the head of studies in the (military) Intelligence Division, Amit Sa'ar.

And in September 2021, the relationship between the Israeli and US armies was transferred to the US Central Command (Centcom), after Israel was within the US European Command (YUCOM).

"The shuttle visit, which was announced only after the Chief of Staff landed in Bahrain, comes against the backdrop of the nuclear agreement being prepared between Iran and the major powers (in the Geneva talks), which raises great concern in Israel," the newspaper said.

On February 14, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made a first visit to Manama , and met the country's King, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and other officials, including the ministers of foreign affairs, industry and transportation.

Bennett's visit to Bahrain was preceded by two visits by Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Defense Minister Benny Gantz , during the past months.

In September 2020, Israel and Bahrain signed, in Washington, an agreement to normalize relations between them, under the auspices of then US President Donald Trump (2017-2021).(Anatolia)
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