Hebron: 4 wounded by settler bullets, including three children

Hebron: 4 wounded by settler bullets, including three children  Hebron 4-2-2022 Wafa - Four civilians, including three children, were injured today, Friday, after a settler fired live bullets at them, while they were in front of the old municipality near Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron.  Local sources told our correspondent that the settler shot the children on Al-Shuhada Street, near the "Beit Romano" settlement.  She explained that the injured are: the child Muhammad Iyad Al-Jabari (13 years), who was seriously injured in the abdominal area, the child Moataz Issa Hassouna (14 years), in the thigh, Muhammad Junaidi (15 years) in the hand, and Majdi Amjad Abu Shamsia (21 years). In the thigh, they were all taken to hospital.

Hebron Wafa - Four civilians, including three children, were injured today, Friday, after a settler fired live bullets at them, while they were in front of the old municipality near Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron.

Local sources told our correspondent that the settler shot the children on Al-Shuhada Street, near the "Beit Romano" settlement.

She explained that the injured are: the child Muhammad Iyad Al-Jabari (13 years), who was seriously injured in the abdominal area, the child Moataz Issa Hassouna (14 years), in the thigh, Muhammad Junaidi (15 years) in the hand, and Majdi Amjad Abu Shamsia (21 years). In the thigh, they were all taken to hospital.

Continued violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests and demolitions  Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as 4 civilians, including children, were injured by settler fire in the city of Hebron, while the occupation targeted a number of citizens with live bullets during confrontations and suppression of activities, and they were arrested. 7 citizens and two solidarity activists, while the occupation forced a citizen to demolish his house in the town of Beit Hanina in occupied Jerusalem .  4 wounded by settler bullets, including three children, in Hebron Four civilians, including three children, were injured, after a settler fired live bullets at them, while they were in front of the old municipality building near Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron .  The injured are: the child Muhammad Iyad Al-Jabari (13 years), who was seriously injured in the abdominal area, the child Moataz Issa Hassouna (14 years), in the thigh, Muhammad Junaidi (15 years) in the hand, and Majdi Amjad Abu Shamsiya (21 years) in the thigh .  Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities and targeting Twenty civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.  The occupation soldiers fired metal bullets at an ambulance of the Red Crescent Society, injuring two ambulance officers in the shoulder and hand, in addition to shattering the vehicle's rear window .  As a result of clashes that erupted in Jabal Sobeih in the town of Beita to the south, 6 civilians were injured by rubber bullets, one of whom was in his 60s, and he was wounded in the foot, in addition to the injury of 36 others from tear gas suffocation.  Two young men were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the occupation army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddoum, which was launched this week in support of the prisoners and the people of Sheikh Jarrah .  Dozens of civilians suffocated, during clashes with the Israeli occupation forces, after Friday prayers, at a door in Bab Al-Zawiya and Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron, denouncing the expansion of the military checkpoint at the entrance to the street.  A force of the Israeli occupation army stormed the village of Beit Doqqu, northwest of occupied Jerusalem, and fired sound and tear gas grenades at the citizens, resulting in confrontations.  The town of Beit Fajjar, and the villages of Umm Salamuna and Marah Rabah, south of Bethlehem, witnessed incursions by the occupation, during which they raided a concrete factory and a house.  The occupation also launched a search campaign against several homes in the municipality suburb of Hebron city, without any arrests reported.  The arrest of 8 citizens and two solidarity activists The Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin, and arrested four young men, Muhammad Kamil, Muhammad Adnan Nazzal, Saleh Zakarneh (who are freed prisoners) and Amir Nazzal.  The occupation also arrested the two young men, Saif Atallah Sabah, and Qutaiba Muhammad Atiq, after storming the town of Burqin in Jenben, and raiding the homes of their relatives.  The occupation forces arrested the 16-year-old Othman Abdel Hafeez Qafisha, after raiding his family's house in the Tel Rumeida neighborhood in the center of Hebron .  During their suppression of a demonstration in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem, which came out to condemn the continuous attacks of the occupation and settlers, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young man, Islam Ghatit, and two solidarity activists,  The occupation forces a citizen to demolish his house in Jerusalem The Israeli occupation forces forced a citizen to demolish his house in the town of Beit Hanina, north of occupied Jerusalem . Citizen Raif Shweiki said that the occupation authorities threatened to pay a fine of 100,000 shekels if he did not demolish the home of the family of 4 despite his efforts during the past eight years and his struggle with the occupation authorities to obtain building permits .

Continued violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests and demolitions

Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as 4 civilians, including children, were injured by settler fire in the city of Hebron, while the occupation targeted a number of citizens with live bullets during confrontations and suppression of activities, and they were arrested. 7 citizens and two solidarity activists, while the occupation forced a citizen to demolish his house in the town of Beit Hanina in occupied Jerusalem .

4 wounded by settler bullets, including three children, in Hebron
Four civilians, including three children, were injured, after a settler fired live bullets at them, while they were in front of the old municipality building near Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron .

The injured are: the child Muhammad Iyad Al-Jabari (13 years), who was seriously injured in the abdominal area, the child Moataz Issa Hassouna (14 years), in the thigh, Muhammad Junaidi (15 years) in the hand, and Majdi Amjad Abu Shamsiya (21 years) in the thigh .

Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities and targeting
Twenty civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.

The occupation soldiers fired metal bullets at an ambulance of the Red Crescent Society, injuring two ambulance officers in the shoulder and hand, in addition to shattering the vehicle's rear window .

As a result of clashes that erupted in Jabal Sobeih in the town of Beita to the south, 6 civilians were injured by rubber bullets, one of whom was in his 60s, and he was wounded in the foot, in addition to the injury of 36 others from tear gas suffocation.

Two young men were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the occupation army's suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march in Kafr Qaddoum, which was launched this week in support of the prisoners and the people of Sheikh Jarrah .

Dozens of civilians suffocated, during clashes with the Israeli occupation forces, after Friday prayers, at a door in Bab Al-Zawiya and Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron, denouncing the expansion of the military checkpoint at the entrance to the street.

A force of the Israeli occupation army stormed the village of Beit Doqqu, northwest of occupied Jerusalem, and fired sound and tear gas grenades at the citizens, resulting in confrontations.

The town of Beit Fajjar, and the villages of Umm Salamuna and Marah Rabah, south of Bethlehem, witnessed incursions by the occupation, during which they raided a concrete factory and a house.

The occupation also launched a search campaign against several homes in the municipality suburb of Hebron city, without any arrests reported.

The arrest of 8 citizens and two solidarity activists
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin, and arrested four young men, Muhammad Kamil, Muhammad Adnan Nazzal, Saleh Zakarneh (who are freed prisoners) and Amir Nazzal.

The occupation also arrested the two young men, Saif Atallah Sabah, and Qutaiba Muhammad Atiq, after storming the town of Burqin in Jenben, and raiding the homes of their relatives.

The occupation forces arrested the 16-year-old Othman Abdel Hafeez Qafisha, after raiding his family's house in the Tel Rumeida neighborhood in the center of Hebron .

During their suppression of a demonstration in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem, which came out to condemn the continuous attacks of the occupation and settlers, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young man, Islam Ghatit, and two solidarity activists,

The occupation forces a citizen to demolish his house in Jerusalem
The Israeli occupation forces forced a citizen to demolish his house in the town of Beit Hanina, north of occupied Jerusalem .
Citizen Raif Shweiki said that the occupation authorities threatened to pay a fine of 100,000 shekels if he did not demolish the home of the family of 4 despite his efforts during the past eight years and his struggle with the occupation authorities to obtain building permits .

Anger in the Druze street after the arrest of a Sheikha who entered Lebanon from the occupied Palestinian territories  Beirut - A state of anger raged in the Druze street in Hasbaya and a number of Lebanese areas in the mountain against the backdrop of the arrest of Druze Sheikha Haniya Badawi, 71, after she crossed from the occupied Palestinian territories to Lebanon through the Red Cross, on Thursday evening. He ordered the arrest of the Sheikha, the government commissioner to the military court, Judge Fadi Akiki, and she was referred to the military court.  The Sheikha was married to a Druze, and after his death she decided to return to her home in Hasbaya. Political contacts took place at the highest levels to release her to no avail, which prompted many Druze sheikhs to go to the military hospital, where she was arrested, and press for her release.  The head of the Lebanese Democratic Party, Prince Talal Arslan, was surprised by the arrest of the Sheikha, who “did not commit any sin or crime that warrants arrest, despite her religious status, which is a precedent that is unparalleled,” as stated in a statement by the Democratic Party, which added, “It is not possible to remain silent about such an act, in When real agents are released in broad daylight and in front of the eyes of the Lebanese and the whole world,” he holds the competent judicial authorities and Judge Akiki responsible for the consequences of this decision, and calls on the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Public Prosecutor of the Discrimination to act “today before tomorrow and release her.”  For fear of exacerbating the situation, the Druze Sheikha was released. The head of the Progressive Socialist Party, Walid Jumblatt, called Prime Minister Najib Mikati and thanked him for his efforts to release her. He also called the Armed Forces Commander General Joseph Aoun and thanked him for his efforts.  The Sheikhdom of Akl praised the efforts of those who responded and contributed to the work of releasing Sheikha Haniyeh, and said, “The stand of our dear honorable brothers and sons and their response to us in understanding the issue and treating it with wisdom and discipline, as well as the sheikhs of Al-Bayada and the honorable Badawi family,” stressing “its respect for the Lebanese army and public order and not accepting any transgression or contact with him.”

Anger in the Druze street after the arrest of a Sheikha who entered Lebanon from the occupied Palestinian territories


Beirut - A state of anger raged in the Druze street in Hasbaya and a number of Lebanese areas in the mountain against the backdrop of the arrest of Druze Sheikha Haniya Badawi, 71, after she crossed from the occupied Palestinian territories to Lebanon through the Red Cross, on Thursday evening. He ordered the arrest of the Sheikha, the government commissioner to the military court, Judge Fadi Akiki, and she was referred to the military court.

The Sheikha was married to a Druze, and after his death she decided to return to her home in Hasbaya.
Political contacts took place at the highest levels to release her to no avail, which prompted many Druze sheikhs to go to the military hospital, where she was arrested, and press for her release.

The head of the Lebanese Democratic Party, Prince Talal Arslan, was surprised by the arrest of the Sheikha, who “did not commit any sin or crime that warrants arrest, despite her religious status, which is a precedent that is unparalleled,” as stated in a statement by the Democratic Party, which added, “It is not possible to remain silent about such an act, in When real agents are released in broad daylight and in front of the eyes of the Lebanese and the whole world,” he holds the competent judicial authorities and Judge Akiki responsible for the consequences of this decision, and calls on the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Public Prosecutor of the Discrimination to act “today before tomorrow and release her.”

For fear of exacerbating the situation, the Druze Sheikha was released. The head of the Progressive Socialist Party, Walid Jumblatt, called Prime Minister Najib Mikati and thanked him for his efforts to release her. He also called the Armed Forces Commander General Joseph Aoun and thanked him for his efforts.

The Sheikhdom of Akl praised the efforts of those who responded and contributed to the work of releasing Sheikha Haniyeh, and said, “The stand of our dear honorable brothers and sons and their response to us in understanding the issue and treating it with wisdom and discipline, as well as the sheikhs of Al-Bayada and the honorable Badawi family,” stressing “its respect for the Lebanese army and public order and not accepting any transgression or contact with him.”
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