Occupation violations continue: injuries, arrests, and targeting of shepherds and farmers

Occupation violations continue: injuries, arrests, and targeting of shepherds and farmers  Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a number of citizens were wounded with live bullets during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of events, and a number of citizens were arrested in Ramallah, Jenin and Jerusalem, while the occupation targeted With fire and gas bombs, shepherds and farmers in the Gaza Strip .  Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities  Eight civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli occupation army’s suppression of the weekly march in the town of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, which is organized to protest against the settlements and to demand the opening of the village road that was closed for more than 17 years in favor of the “Qaddumim” settlement built on village lands .  Two young men were wounded by live bullets, three others by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation forces on Al-Shallala Street in the center of Hebron .  In the town of Beita, south of Nablus, five civilians were wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets, and 22 civilians suffocated with tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces in the Jabal Sabih area .  In addition, a child and a civilian were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, 3 were burned as a result of being directly hit with tear gas canisters, 35 civilians suffocated, and two civilians fell, during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces, in the village of Beit Dajan, east of the governorate .  The Israeli occupation forces suppressed a peaceful activity in the lands of the Bardmo area, which is threatened by settlers' seizure in the town of Battir, west of Bethlehem .   Arrests in Jerusalem, Ramallah and Jenin  The Israeli occupation forces arrested 3 young men from the Ras al-Amoud neighborhood, north of the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, while the residents of the neighborhood confronted settlers who tried to attack them .  The detainees are: Mahmoud, Faris and Ahmed Owaisat .  The occupation forces arrested two young men after beating them while they were in Bab Al-Amoud area in occupied Jerusalem .  The occupation authorities arrested a Jerusalemite child, took him to his home in the Saadiya neighborhood of the Old City, and then handed him a summons for investigation .  The occupation also arrested the 17-year-old Ahmed Kamel Makhlouf, after raiding his family's house in Al-Jalazun refugee camp, north of Ramallah .  The young man, Muhammad Nihad Jaradat, was arrested while passing a military checkpoint set up by the occupation at the entrance to the village of Zabouba, west of Jenin .  The Israeli police arrested Thaer Zahran, a resident of Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, while he was inside the 48 lands .   The occupation shoots at shepherds and agricultural lands in the Gaza Strip  The occupation forces, stationed in the "Abu Safiya" site, east of Maghazi, east of the central governorate in the Gaza Strip, fired and fired tear gas canisters at the shepherds and forced them to withdraw from the grazing area .  The occupation forces, stationed in the "Kissufim" site, also fired at agricultural lands in the Al-Wad area, east of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip .  The occupation forces, with heavy machine gun fire, targeted agricultural lands east of Al-Tuffah neighborhood, east of Gaza City, and forced the farmers to leave .

Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a number of citizens were wounded with live bullets during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of events, and a number of citizens were arrested in Ramallah, Jenin and Jerusalem, while the occupation targeted With fire and gas bombs, shepherds and farmers in the Gaza Strip .

Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities

Eight civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli occupation army’s suppression of the weekly march in the town of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, which is organized to protest against the settlements and to demand the opening of the village road that was closed for more than 17 years in favor of the “Qaddumim” settlement built on village lands .

Two young men were wounded by live bullets, three others by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation forces on Al-Shallala Street in the center of Hebron .

In the town of Beita, south of Nablus, five civilians were wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets, and 22 civilians suffocated with tear gas, during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces in the Jabal Sabih area .

In addition, a child and a civilian were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, 3 were burned as a result of being directly hit with tear gas canisters, 35 civilians suffocated, and two civilians fell, during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces, in the village of Beit Dajan, east of the governorate .

The Israeli occupation forces suppressed a peaceful activity in the lands of the Bardmo area, which is threatened by settlers' seizure in the town of Battir, west of Bethlehem .


Arrests in Jerusalem, Ramallah and Jenin

The Israeli occupation forces arrested 3 young men from the Ras al-Amoud neighborhood, north of the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, while the residents of the neighborhood confronted settlers who tried to attack them .

The detainees are: Mahmoud, Faris and Ahmed Owaisat .

The occupation forces arrested two young men after beating them while they were in Bab Al-Amoud area in occupied Jerusalem .

The occupation authorities arrested a Jerusalemite child, took him to his home in the Saadiya neighborhood of the Old City, and then handed him a summons for investigation .

The occupation also arrested the 17-year-old Ahmed Kamel Makhlouf, after raiding his family's house in Al-Jalazun refugee camp, north of Ramallah .

The young man, Muhammad Nihad Jaradat, was arrested while passing a military checkpoint set up by the occupation at the entrance to the village of Zabouba, west of Jenin .

The Israeli police arrested Thaer Zahran, a resident of Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, while he was inside the 48 lands .


The occupation shoots at shepherds and agricultural lands in the Gaza Strip

The occupation forces, stationed in the "Abu Safiya" site, east of Maghazi, east of the central governorate in the Gaza Strip, fired and fired tear gas canisters at the shepherds and forced them to withdraw from the grazing area .

The occupation forces, stationed in the "Kissufim" site, also fired at agricultural lands in the Al-Wad area, east of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip .

The occupation forces, with heavy machine gun fire, targeted agricultural lands east of Al-Tuffah neighborhood, east of Gaza City, and forced the farmers to leave .

Economy: Resumption of Russian flour supply to Palestine  Ramallah Wafa - The Ministry of National Economy announced, this Friday evening, the resumption of the supply of flour from the Russian Federation to Palestine, despite the current Russian-Ukrainian crisis and its negative repercussions on the supply chain.  In a statement issued by the ministry, the ministry indicated that about 15,000 tons of Russian flour are scheduled to arrive by the end of this month, in addition to the ongoing efforts to diversify international markets producing basic commodities.  The ministry expected that Palestine would witness a decrease in flour prices in light of the positive data and the fruitful contacts that Minister of National Economy Khaled Al-Osaili is making with international partners regarding the supply stock of basic commodities to ensure their continued supply to the Palestinian market, especially that some countries are hedging these commodities.  It is noteworthy that the government decided to exempt all sales of flour wrapped in bags of 25 kg and above from the value-added tax of 16%, as it will be subject to a value-added tax of 0% for the months 3 + 4 + 5 / 2022 and other measures in this aspect.

Economy: Resumption of Russian flour supply to Palestine


Ramallah Wafa - The Ministry of National Economy announced, this Friday evening, the resumption of the supply of flour from the Russian Federation to Palestine, despite the current Russian-Ukrainian crisis and its negative repercussions on the supply chain.

In a statement issued by the ministry, the ministry indicated that about 15,000 tons of Russian flour are scheduled to arrive by the end of this month, in addition to the ongoing efforts to diversify international markets producing basic commodities.

The ministry expected that Palestine would witness a decrease in flour prices in light of the positive data and the fruitful contacts that Minister of National Economy Khaled Al-Osaili is making with international partners regarding the supply stock of basic commodities to ensure their continued supply to the Palestinian market, especially that some countries are hedging these commodities.

It is noteworthy that the government decided to exempt all sales of flour wrapped in bags of 25 kg and above from the value-added tax of 16%, as it will be subject to a value-added tax of 0% for the months 3 + 4 + 5 / 2022 and other measures in this aspect.

Yemen: The Houthis announce a "conditional agreement" to participate in the Riyadh conference  Taiz - The Houthi group announced a "conditional agreement" to participate in the "Riyadh Conference" for consultations between the Yemeni parties, which was called by the Gulf Cooperation Council, in an attempt to bridge the rift between the parties to the conflict in Yemen, while views differed regarding The “feasibility” of convening it, after the failure of all previous diplomatic and political efforts during the past seven years of the Yemeni war. The head of the Houthi government in Sanaa, Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, which is not recognized internationally, explained the possibility of the Houthis accepting the invitation to participate in the Riyadh conference dedicated to Yemeni consultations, under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council, with the aim of putting an end to the Yemeni war, provided that those calling for it accepted many of the terms stipulated by the group. Houthi. In media statements to channels supporting the Houthi group, he stated that there are a number of conditions for accepting the negotiations, most notably stopping the coalition raids on Yemen, and transferring the negotiations to a country other than Saudi Arabia, which he described as a “non-neutral” state, explaining that “Saudi Arabia is a party (in the war). It is not a mediator. Bin Habtoor stressed that “lifting the siege and opening (Yemeni) ports and airports are the conditions for any dialogue with the (coalition) countries.”  The Yemeni News Agency (Saba), the Houthi version, and the Al-Masir Net website, the mouthpiece of the Houthi group, were attributed to an official source in the Houthi group, who said: “We welcome any dialogue with the coalition countries in any neutral country that is not participating in the aggression against Yemen, whether from Gulf Cooperation Council countries or others. The Houthi source stipulated that "the priority in the dialogue should be the humanitarian file and the lifting of arbitrary restrictions on the port of Hodeidah and Sana'a International Airport." He justified this condition by saying, “It is illogical, unjust, and not permissible for the caller and host of dialogue to be the state sponsor of war and an unjust siege on the Yemeni people.” Meanwhile, the Gulf invitation for Yemenis to participate in the Riyadh conference was met with different reactions, between supporters, conservatives and opponents, due to the lack of usefulness of holding it, in the eyes of the latter, especially if the Houthi side is absent, which is the main reason for the war and its continuation.  Political and human rights activist Riyadh al-Dabai said: "Yemenis should seize the opportunity of the Riyadh consultations to have a serious and effective dialogue and express good intentions to build a just, comprehensive and lasting peace and start a new political phase for the material and moral reconstruction of the country." He stressed that "the participating leaders must go in good faith and in good faith, and they must keep Yemen and its people in mind." On the other hand, political writer Yassin Al-Tamimi said of these Yemeni consultations, "It is one of the disappointing moves that we do not want to be associated with the Cooperation Council." He explained that "the Gulf initiative agreement was influential and transformed the course of the Yemeni crisis, and today the Council is intended to reproduce a settlement that does not possess the momentum, weight, or guarantees of that agreement." He added that this sudden call by the Gulf Cooperation Council for talks between the Yemeni parties "gave the Houthis an opportunity to show that they are in control of the course of the battle," and the call revealed a "very frustrating reality", making it impossible to be certain that those who did not want to achieve a fundamental achievement in The battles, despite his ability, were able to manage the battle of peace, and all these difficulties and challenges were placed before him. In addition, the head of the Abaad Center for Studies and Research, Abdul Salam Muhammad, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that "there is an attempt to exploit the current international situation to improve the regional situation by ending the war in Yemen."  He explained that these Yemeni consultations “come within the framework of transferring the state of war in Yemen to a state of political dialogue, and pulling the rug from under the table of the Arab coalition to the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council, by trying to involve all the GCC countries in possible solutions to end the war in Yemen, instead of Individual interventions of some Gulf countries. The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf announced yesterday evening that the Riyadh conference will be held at the end of March, to hold Yemeni-Yemeni consultations under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council.  The Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, announced that the "Yemeni consultations", which will be sponsored by the Council and in which the various Yemeni components will participate without exception, will be held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Council in Riyadh during the period from March 29 to 7 next April. To all Yemeni components to seize this opportunity and actively participate in these consultations to reach a comprehensive ceasefire, solve the Yemeni crisis and end the suffering of the Yemeni people that has been going on for seven years. He explained that they will be "consultations" between the Yemenis, not "negotiations." He said in a press conference, Thursday evening, that "there is a regional and international consensus that the solution to the Yemeni crisis is a matter for Yemenis alone, given that they are more knowledgeable than others about their country and its circumstances, and they are the ones who will implement any solutions they agree on, and any solutions that the participants in the consultations will reach will enjoy Gulf support." complete". He explained that nearly 500 Yemenis from different sects and political, social, civil and feminist groups will participate in these consultations, and that the council has prepared "a framework for open discussion and consultation among them through 6 axes related to the security, military and combating terrorism, in addition to the political process that will consider the comprehensive peace process, its foundations, and relations." The interface between the Yemeni components. He stressed that these consultations will discuss strengthening state institutions, administrative reform, governance, combating corruption, the humanitarian and relief axis, stability and economic recovery, and what urgent measures are to stop the deterioration of the Yemeni economy, and discuss direct support for institutions, foremost of which is the Central Bank, social recovery and protection of the social fabric.  Al-Hajraf stated that the Gulf Cooperation Council hopes that all Yemeni components will respond to this opportunity to get their country out of the crisis, which is approaching the end of the seventh year and entering the eighth year. He stressed that "these consultations will be held under the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council and will be hosted by the headquarters of the General Secretariat in Riyadh, and there may be a series of other consultations to push for a real end to the war and the Yemeni crisis."

Yemen: The Houthis announce a "conditional agreement" to participate in the Riyadh conference


Taiz - The Houthi group announced a "conditional agreement" to participate in the "Riyadh Conference" for consultations between the Yemeni parties, which was called by the Gulf Cooperation Council, in an attempt to bridge the rift between the parties to the conflict in Yemen, while views differed regarding The “feasibility” of convening it, after the failure of all previous diplomatic and political efforts during the past seven years of the Yemeni war.

The head of the Houthi government in Sanaa, Abdulaziz bin Habtoor, which is not recognized internationally, explained the possibility of the Houthis accepting the invitation to participate in the Riyadh conference dedicated to Yemeni consultations, under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council, with the aim of putting an end to the Yemeni war, provided that those calling for it accepted many of the terms stipulated by the group. Houthi.

In media statements to channels supporting the Houthi group, he stated that there are a number of conditions for accepting the negotiations, most notably stopping the coalition raids on Yemen, and transferring the negotiations to a country other than Saudi Arabia, which he described as a “non-neutral” state, explaining that “Saudi Arabia is a party (in the war). It is not a mediator.

Bin Habtoor stressed that “lifting the siege and opening (Yemeni) ports and airports are the conditions for any dialogue with the (coalition) countries.”

The Yemeni News Agency (Saba), the Houthi version, and the Al-Masir Net website, the mouthpiece of the Houthi group, were attributed to an official source in the Houthi group, who said: “We welcome any dialogue with the coalition countries in any neutral country that is not participating in the aggression against Yemen, whether from Gulf Cooperation Council countries or others.

The Houthi source stipulated that "the priority in the dialogue should be the humanitarian file and the lifting of arbitrary restrictions on the port of Hodeidah and Sana'a International Airport." He justified this condition by saying, “It is illogical, unjust, and not permissible for the caller and host of dialogue to be the state sponsor of war and an unjust siege on the Yemeni people.”

Meanwhile, the Gulf invitation for Yemenis to participate in the Riyadh conference was met with different reactions, between supporters, conservatives and opponents, due to the lack of usefulness of holding it, in the eyes of the latter, especially if the Houthi side is absent, which is the main reason for the war and its continuation.

Political and human rights activist Riyadh al-Dabai said: "Yemenis should seize the opportunity of the Riyadh consultations to have a serious and effective dialogue and express good intentions to build a just, comprehensive and lasting peace and start a new political phase for the material and moral reconstruction of the country." He stressed that "the participating leaders must go in good faith and in good faith, and they must keep Yemen and its people in mind."

On the other hand, political writer Yassin Al-Tamimi said of these Yemeni consultations, "It is one of the disappointing moves that we do not want to be associated with the Cooperation Council." He explained that "the Gulf initiative agreement was influential and transformed the course of the Yemeni crisis, and today the Council is intended to reproduce a settlement that does not possess the momentum, weight, or guarantees of that agreement."

He added that this sudden call by the Gulf Cooperation Council for talks between the Yemeni parties "gave the Houthis an opportunity to show that they are in control of the course of the battle," and the call revealed a "very frustrating reality", making it impossible to be certain that those who did not want to achieve a fundamental achievement in The battles, despite his ability, were able to manage the battle of peace, and all these difficulties and challenges were placed before him.

In addition, the head of the Abaad Center for Studies and Research, Abdul Salam Muhammad, told Al-Quds Al-Arabi that "there is an attempt to exploit the current international situation to improve the regional situation by ending the war in Yemen."

He explained that these Yemeni consultations “come within the framework of transferring the state of war in Yemen to a state of political dialogue, and pulling the rug from under the table of the Arab coalition to the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council, by trying to involve all the GCC countries in possible solutions to end the war in Yemen, instead of Individual interventions of some Gulf countries.
The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf announced yesterday evening that the Riyadh conference will be held at the end of March, to hold Yemeni-Yemeni consultations under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

The Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, announced that the "Yemeni consultations", which will be sponsored by the Council and in which the various Yemeni components will participate without exception, will be held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Council in Riyadh during the period from March 29 to 7 next April. To all Yemeni components to seize this opportunity and actively participate in these consultations to reach a comprehensive ceasefire, solve the Yemeni crisis and end the suffering of the Yemeni people that has been going on for seven years. He explained that they will be "consultations" between the Yemenis, not "negotiations."

He said in a press conference, Thursday evening, that "there is a regional and international consensus that the solution to the Yemeni crisis is a matter for Yemenis alone, given that they are more knowledgeable than others about their country and its circumstances, and they are the ones who will implement any solutions they agree on, and any solutions that the participants in the consultations will reach will enjoy Gulf support." complete".

He explained that nearly 500 Yemenis from different sects and political, social, civil and feminist groups will participate in these consultations, and that the council has prepared "a framework for open discussion and consultation among them through 6 axes related to the security, military and combating terrorism, in addition to the political process that will consider the comprehensive peace process, its foundations, and relations." The interface between the Yemeni components.

He stressed that these consultations will discuss strengthening state institutions, administrative reform, governance, combating corruption, the humanitarian and relief axis, stability and economic recovery, and what urgent measures are to stop the deterioration of the Yemeni economy, and discuss direct support for institutions, foremost of which is the Central Bank, social recovery and protection of the social fabric.

Al-Hajraf stated that the Gulf Cooperation Council hopes that all Yemeni components will respond to this opportunity to get their country out of the crisis, which is approaching the end of the seventh year and entering the eighth year. He stressed that "these consultations will be held under the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council and will be hosted by the headquarters of the General Secretariat in Riyadh, and there may be a series of other consultations to push for a real end to the war and the Yemeni crisis."
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