The occupation notifies the demolition and suspension of work in a school and eight homes south of Hebron

The occupation notifies the demolition and suspension of work in a school and eight homes south of Hebron  Hebron Wafa - Monday, the Israeli occupation forces notified the demolition and suspension of work in a school and eight homes in the village of Shaab al-Butm in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron.  The coordinator of the National Committee to Resist the Wall and Settlements south of Hebron, Ratib Jabour, told Wafa that the occupation forces had notified the demolition and suspension of work in Shaab al-Butm Elementary Mixed School, which is one of the schools of challenge and steadfastness, where more than 50 students are educated.  He added that the occupation forces had notified the demolition and suspension of work in the dwellings and barns belonging to citizens Ezzat Gabriel Al-Najjar, Ashraf Ezzat Al-Najjar, Hatem Musa Hassan Jibrin, Mahmoud Yousef Jibrin, Issa Ishaq Mahmoud Jibrin, Jihad Ahmed Muhammad Jibreen, Fadel Musa Al-Najjar, and Ibrahim Jibreen Jabrin.  Jabour appealed to human rights institutions to intervene immediately and urgently to put an end to these barbaric and arrogant practices that aim to deport citizens from their lands and deprive them of their source of livelihood, with the aim of expanding the "Avigal" settlement.

Hebron Wafa - Monday, the Israeli occupation forces notified the demolition and suspension of work in a school and eight homes in the village of Shaab al-Butm in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron.

The coordinator of the National Committee to Resist the Wall and Settlements south of Hebron, Ratib Jabour, told Wafa that the occupation forces had notified the demolition and suspension of work in Shaab al-Butm Elementary Mixed School, which is one of the schools of challenge and steadfastness, where more than 50 students are educated.

He added that the occupation forces had notified the demolition and suspension of work in the dwellings and barns belonging to citizens Ezzat Gabriel Al-Najjar, Ashraf Ezzat Al-Najjar, Hatem Musa Hassan Jibrin, Mahmoud Yousef Jibrin, Issa Ishaq Mahmoud Jibrin, Jihad Ahmed Muhammad Jibreen, Fadel Musa Al-Najjar, and Ibrahim Jibreen Jabrin.

Jabour appealed to human rights institutions to intervene immediately and urgently to put an end to these barbaric and arrogant practices that aim to deport citizens from their lands and deprive them of their source of livelihood, with the aim of expanding the "Avigal" settlement.

Palestinian Prime Minister denies allegations that Turkey gave an artifact to Israel  Ramallah: On Monday, Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh denied Israeli media allegations that Turkey would give Israel an artifact known as the “Silwan Inscription” that was transferred to Istanbul from Jerusalem during the Ottoman era.  This came in his speech during the opening of the weekly session of the Palestinian government, in the city of Ramallah, in the middle of the occupied West Bank.  Shtayyeh said: "In light of what was reported by some Israeli media about the Silwan inscription, (Palestinian) Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki contacted his Turkish counterpart, Mevlut Cavusoglu, who denied the authenticity of this news and described it as false."  Shtayyeh continued: "The (Turkish) minister confirmed that the manuscript, which was found in Jerusalem in 1880 during the period of Ottoman rule in Palestine, is still present in the Istanbul Museum, and that there were no discussions between Turkey and Israel about this manuscript."  And on Sunday, Turkish diplomatic sources denied to Anadolu Agency, claims by Israeli media, that Ankara would give Tel Aviv an artifact known as the “Silwan Inscription.”  And the Hebrew media had reported that the Israeli administration had asked Turkey several times to grant it the “Sloan Inscription,” but Turkey had repeatedly refused.  A news item in the "Times of Israel" website claimed that the Silwan Inscription, located in the Antiquities Museum in Istanbul, is one of the most important ancient Hebrew inscriptions, and that it will be given to Israel.  Citizenship Law In another matter, Shtayyeh denounced the approval of the Knesset (the Israeli parliament) to extend a law prohibiting Palestinian family unification . He said, “The Knesset’s approval of the (citizenship law), which prevents the unification of tens of thousands of Palestinian families, is condemned and condemned.”  He added, "This law clearly reflects the mentality of the ruling establishment in Israel, which is based on racism against the Palestinians."  On Thursday, the Knesset approved the extension of a law prohibiting Palestinian family unification, according to the official Kan channel.  The channel stated that “the extension of the so-called (citizenship law) was approved in the second and third readings of the Knesset in its entirety,” in reference to the law that prohibits family unification of Palestinian families.  And the “Unification” law issued by the Knesset in 2003, and remained in force until July 2021, which prohibits the unification of Jerusalemites and those holding Israeli citizenship on the one hand, and spouses from the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Iran, on the other.  The law has been extended annually by the Knesset since 2003, but in July 2021 it failed to extend it.(Anatolia)

Palestinian Prime Minister denies allegations that Turkey gave an artifact to Israel


Ramallah: On Monday, Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh denied Israeli media allegations that Turkey would give Israel an artifact known as the “Silwan Inscription” that was transferred to Istanbul from Jerusalem during the Ottoman era.

This came in his speech during the opening of the weekly session of the Palestinian government, in the city of Ramallah, in the middle of the occupied West Bank.

Shtayyeh said: "In light of what was reported by some Israeli media about the Silwan inscription, (Palestinian) Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki contacted his Turkish counterpart, Mevlut Cavusoglu, who denied the authenticity of this news and described it as false."

Shtayyeh continued: "The (Turkish) minister confirmed that the manuscript, which was found in Jerusalem in 1880 during the period of Ottoman rule in Palestine, is still present in the Istanbul Museum, and that there were no discussions between Turkey and Israel about this manuscript."

And on Sunday, Turkish diplomatic sources denied to Anadolu Agency, claims by Israeli media, that Ankara would give Tel Aviv an artifact known as the “Silwan Inscription.”

And the Hebrew media had reported that the Israeli administration had asked Turkey several times to grant it the “Sloan Inscription,” but Turkey had repeatedly refused.

A news item in the "Times of Israel" website claimed that the Silwan Inscription, located in the Antiquities Museum in Istanbul, is one of the most important ancient Hebrew inscriptions, and that it will be given to Israel.

Citizenship Law
In another matter, Shtayyeh denounced the approval of the Knesset (the Israeli parliament) to extend a law prohibiting Palestinian family unification . He said, “The Knesset’s approval of the (citizenship law), which prevents the unification of tens of thousands of Palestinian families, is condemned and condemned.”

He added, "This law clearly reflects the mentality of the ruling establishment in Israel, which is based on racism against the Palestinians."

On Thursday, the Knesset approved the extension of a law prohibiting Palestinian family unification, according to the official Kan channel.

The channel stated that “the extension of the so-called (citizenship law) was approved in the second and third readings of the Knesset in its entirety,” in reference to the law that prohibits family unification of Palestinian families.

And the “Unification” law issued by the Knesset in 2003, and remained in force until July 2021, which prohibits the unification of Jerusalemites and those holding Israeli citizenship on the one hand, and spouses from the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Iran, on the other.

The law has been extended annually by the Knesset since 2003, but in July 2021 it failed to extend it.(Anatolia)
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