The occupation’s violations continue: two martyrs, arrests, injuries, confrontations, and wholesale attacks by settlers

The occupation’s violations continue: two martyrs, arrests, injuries, confrontations, and wholesale attacks by settlers  Governorates Wafa - Today, Sunday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their property, as a young man and a child from the village of Al-Tur and Abu Dis in Jerusalem were shot dead by the occupation, and 8 citizens were arrested in separate areas of the West Bank, and a young man was shot in the foot by the occupation. , and others suffocated in al-Aroub camp, north of Hebron. The occupation tanks and gunboats also fired at Palestinian lands and fishing boats off the beaches of Khan Yunis and Rafah. The settlers uprooted and stole 190 olive trees west of Salfit, and 80 other trees from Duma lands in Nablus, and 104 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque.  Two martyrs were shot by the occupation near Bab Hutta in Jerusalem and Abu Dis The young man, Karim Jamal Al-Qawasmi, 19, from Al-Tur village, east of Jerusalem, was shot dead by the occupation forces, near Bab Hatta, north of Al-Aqsa Mosque, for allegedly carrying out a stabbing attack that wounded two soldiers.  As a result, the occupation forces mobilized in the vicinity of the Old City and closed all its entrances, erected military barriers, and impeded the exit of worshipers from the vicinity of the mosque after performing the dawn prayer.  In a later development, the occupation forces stormed the village of Al-Tur, and raided the house of the martyr Qawasmeh in Al-Khela Street in the town of Al-Tur.   The Ministry of Health also announced the death of 16-year-old Yamen Nafez Jafal, who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem .  The child, Jafal, was shot by the Israeli occupation forces during their storming of the town. The soldiers prevented the ambulance from reaching him, and they fired tear gas canisters towards it, causing a number of civilians to suffocate.  The occupation arrests 8 citizens, and detains another The occupation forces arrested two citizens of Aida refugee camp, north of Bethlehem: Issa Muhammad Zarina (17 years old) and Muhammad Ja’ara, after they raided and searched their families’ homes.  In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: the two freed prisoners, Sufyan Jamjoom, and Jaafar al-Qawasmi from the city, and Ali Muhammad Ali al-Haj from Halhul in the north.  In Nablus, these forces arrested two citizens, near the "Shaveh Shomron" military checkpoint in the north, who are: Mazen Ahmed Salem Abayat and Omar Musa Aladdin.  In Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested a young man, Majd Warni, during clashes in the town of Abu Dis, in the south. The occupation forces detained the Director of Jerusalem Suburbs Police, Brigadier General Azzam Jbara, and his escort, Amin Mansour, for several hours near the "Ariel" settlement established on the lands of Salfit governorate, while they were on their way from Nablus to Ramallah, before releasing them.  The occupation hands a citizen from Sheikh Jarrah a notice to “get rid of a dog ” and his bulldozers are setting up electricity poles on the citizens’ lands south of Nablus  The occupation forces handed the Jerusalemite Mahmoud al-Sa'u from Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood north of occupied Jerusalem a notice to get rid of a dog in his possession, under the pretext that there is no fence surrounding the dog's place.  Al-Sa`u told Wafa that the occupation authorities threatened to pay a fine of 40,000 shekels, and seize the dog, if he did not respond to the notification within a maximum period of five days.  Occupation bulldozers set up a number of electricity poles in Ras al-Qanat and al-Najma areas on Palestinian lands in the town of Qusra, south of Nablus, with the aim of expanding the “Majdolim” settlement. Bulldozers built a dirt road in the same area, 50 meters away from the aforementioned settlement.  Suffocation and bullet injuries during clashes and suppression of a march in Al-Aroub camp A number of civilians suffocated during clashes with the occupation in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, as the main gate of the camp's entrance was closed.  A 19-year-old youth was also wounded by live bullets in the foot, which was described as light, during the Israeli occupation forces' suppression of a march condemning the targeting of Al-Khadouri College students in the camp.  Artillery shelling east of Khan Yunis, targeting fishermen in the Rafah Sea and off the shores of Khan Yunis Occupation tanks stationed on the eastern borders of the Gaza Strip fired shells at Palestinian lands east of Qarara, north of Khan Yunis.  The Israeli gunboats opened fire with their machine guns towards the fishing boats in the Rafah Sea, forcing the fishermen to retreat and withdraw from the sea, without causing any casualties .   The Israeli navy boats also fired at fishermen's boats while they were practicing fishing off the shores of Khan Yunis, forcing them to leave the sea.  Settlers uproot and steal 190 olive trees west of Salfit and 80 of Duma lands, storm Al-Aqsa and threaten Al-Arroub camp residents with shooting  The settlers of "Ali Zahav" settlement uprooted and stole about 190 olive trees and vandalized an agricultural room and its contents in the "Khilat al-Qamh" area, owned by Najih Harb in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit, and poured water on the ground, and stole 40 olive seedlings.  In Nablus, settlers uprooted about 80 olive seedlings from the lands of Duma village in the south, owned by Abd al-Razzaq Dawabsheh, in the western area of ​​the village.  In Jerusalem, 104 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, heavily guarded by the occupation police, carried out provocative tours, and performed Talmudic rituals in its courtyards.  In the Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, Knesset Member Itamar Ben Ghobeir threatened a number of children near the camp to shoot them, claiming that they "threw stones at settlers' vehicles."  A settler called "Ofer" also attacked the shop owners adjacent to the bypass road to Al-Aroub camp, and tried to force them to close their shops at gunpoint, under the protection of the occupation forces.

Governorates Wafa - Today, Sunday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their property, as a young man and a child from the village of Al-Tur and Abu Dis in Jerusalem were shot dead by the occupation, and 8 citizens were arrested in separate areas of the West Bank, and a young man was shot in the foot by the occupation. , and others suffocated in al-Aroub camp, north of Hebron. The occupation tanks and gunboats also fired at Palestinian lands and fishing boats off the beaches of Khan Yunis and Rafah. The settlers uprooted and stole 190 olive trees west of Salfit, and 80 other trees from Duma lands in Nablus, and 104 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Two martyrs were shot by the occupation near Bab Hutta in Jerusalem and Abu Dis
The young man, Karim Jamal Al-Qawasmi, 19, from Al-Tur village, east of Jerusalem, was shot dead by the occupation forces, near Bab Hatta, north of Al-Aqsa Mosque, for allegedly carrying out a stabbing attack that wounded two soldiers.

As a result, the occupation forces mobilized in the vicinity of the Old City and closed all its entrances, erected military barriers, and impeded the exit of worshipers from the vicinity of the mosque after performing the dawn prayer.

In a later development, the occupation forces stormed the village of Al-Tur, and raided the house of the martyr Qawasmeh in Al-Khela Street in the town of Al-Tur. 

The Ministry of Health also announced the death of 16-year-old Yamen Nafez Jafal, who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem .

The child, Jafal, was shot by the Israeli occupation forces during their storming of the town. The soldiers prevented the ambulance from reaching him, and they fired tear gas canisters towards it, causing a number of civilians to suffocate.

The occupation arrests 8 citizens, and detains another
The occupation forces arrested two citizens of Aida refugee camp, north of Bethlehem: Issa Muhammad Zarina (17 years old) and Muhammad Ja’ara, after they raided and searched their families’ homes.

In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: the two freed prisoners, Sufyan Jamjoom, and Jaafar al-Qawasmi from the city, and Ali Muhammad Ali al-Haj from Halhul in the north.

In Nablus, these forces arrested two citizens, near the "Shaveh Shomron" military checkpoint in the north, who are: Mazen Ahmed Salem Abayat and Omar Musa Aladdin.

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested a young man, Majd Warni, during clashes in the town of Abu Dis, in the south.
The occupation forces detained the Director of Jerusalem Suburbs Police, Brigadier General Azzam Jbara, and his escort, Amin Mansour, for several hours near the "Ariel" settlement established on the lands of Salfit governorate, while they were on their way from Nablus to Ramallah, before releasing them.

The occupation hands a citizen from Sheikh Jarrah a notice to “get rid of a dog ” and his bulldozers are setting up electricity poles on the citizens’ lands south of Nablus

The occupation forces handed the Jerusalemite Mahmoud al-Sa'u from Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood north of occupied Jerusalem a notice to get rid of a dog in his possession, under the pretext that there is no fence surrounding the dog's place.

Al-Sa`u told Wafa that the occupation authorities threatened to pay a fine of 40,000 shekels, and seize the dog, if he did not respond to the notification within a maximum period of five days.

Occupation bulldozers set up a number of electricity poles in Ras al-Qanat and al-Najma areas on Palestinian lands in the town of Qusra, south of Nablus, with the aim of expanding the “Majdolim” settlement. Bulldozers built a dirt road in the same area, 50 meters away from the aforementioned settlement.

Suffocation and bullet injuries during clashes and suppression of a march in Al-Aroub camp
A number of civilians suffocated during clashes with the occupation in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, as the main gate of the camp's entrance was closed.

A 19-year-old youth was also wounded by live bullets in the foot, which was described as light, during the Israeli occupation forces' suppression of a march condemning the targeting of Al-Khadouri College students in the camp.

Artillery shelling east of Khan Yunis, targeting fishermen in the Rafah Sea and off the shores of Khan Yunis
Occupation tanks stationed on the eastern borders of the Gaza Strip fired shells at Palestinian lands east of Qarara, north of Khan Yunis.

The Israeli gunboats opened fire with their machine guns towards the fishing boats in the Rafah Sea, forcing the fishermen to retreat and withdraw from the sea, without causing any casualties . 

The Israeli navy boats also fired at fishermen's boats while they were practicing fishing off the shores of Khan Yunis, forcing them to leave the sea.

Settlers uproot and steal 190 olive trees west of Salfit and 80 of Duma lands, storm Al-Aqsa and threaten Al-Arroub camp residents with shooting

The settlers of "Ali Zahav" settlement uprooted and stole about 190 olive trees and vandalized an agricultural room and its contents in the "Khilat al-Qamh" area, owned by Najih Harb in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit, and poured water on the ground, and stole 40 olive seedlings.

In Nablus, settlers uprooted about 80 olive seedlings from the lands of Duma village in the south, owned by Abd al-Razzaq Dawabsheh, in the western area of ​​the village.

In Jerusalem, 104 settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, heavily guarded by the occupation police, carried out provocative tours, and performed Talmudic rituals in its courtyards.

In the Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, Knesset Member Itamar Ben Ghobeir threatened a number of children near the camp to shoot them, claiming that they "threw stones at settlers' vehicles."

A settler called "Ofer" also attacked the shop owners adjacent to the bypass road to Al-Aroub camp, and tried to force them to close their shops at gunpoint, under the protection of the occupation forces.


The Ministry of Health announced this evening, Sunday, the death of 16-year-old Yamen Nafez Jafal, who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem .  The child was Jafal, who was shot by the occupation forces during their storming of the town. The soldiers prevented the ambulance from reaching him before they arrested him, and they fired tear gas canisters towards it, causing a number of civilians to suffocate.  The young man, Karim Jamal Al-Qawasmi, 19, from the village of Al-Tur, east of Jerusalem, was shot by the occupation forces at dawn today, near Bab Hitta, north of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.  It is noteworthy that the occupation forces intensified their targeting of civilians with bullets to kill, following the new shooting instructions announced by the leaders of the Israeli military establishment in December 2021, which legitimize the ease of pulling the trigger under the pretext of soldiers protecting themselves during their incursions into areas of the West Bank .

The Ministry of Health announced this evening, Sunday, the death of 16-year-old Yamen Nafez Jafal, who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem .

The child was Jafal, who was shot by the occupation forces during their storming of the town. The soldiers prevented the ambulance from reaching him before they arrested him, and they fired tear gas canisters towards it, causing a number of civilians to suffocate.

The young man, Karim Jamal Al-Qawasmi, 19, from the village of Al-Tur, east of Jerusalem, was shot by the occupation forces at dawn today, near Bab Hitta, north of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

It is noteworthy that the occupation forces intensified their targeting of civilians with bullets to kill, following the new shooting instructions announced by the leaders of the Israeli military establishment in December 2021, which legitimize the ease of pulling the trigger under the pretext of soldiers protecting themselves during their incursions into areas of the West Bank .

The death of the Indian Ambassador to the State of Palestine Mukul Arya at his workplace  Ramallah WAFA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates announced this evening, Sunday, the death of the Indian Ambassador to the State of Palestine, Mukul Arya, at his workplace.   On this sad occasion, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Riyad Al-Maliki, extended his heartfelt condolences and sincere condolences to his counterpart, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of India, Subramaniam Haishankar, and through him to the friendly Indian government, the family of Ambassador Arya and his relatives .  The Ministry expressed great sadness, loss and pain at the death of Ambassador Arya . In this context, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants made its official contacts with the Indian Foreign Ministry to complete the arrangements for transporting the body of the deceased ambassador to the Republic of India for his burial.  The ministry said that upon the arrival of this painful news, immediate instructions were issued by President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, to all security, police and Public Prosecution elements, in addition to the Ministry of Health and Forensic Medicine, to immediately move to the place of residence of the Indian ambassador, to closely monitor the death, and that All parties are fully prepared to do what is required of them in such difficult and urgent circumstances .

The death of the Indian Ambassador to the State of Palestine Mukul Arya at his workplace


Ramallah WAFA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates announced this evening, Sunday, the death of the Indian Ambassador to the State of Palestine, Mukul Arya, at his workplace. 

On this sad occasion, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Riyad Al-Maliki, extended his heartfelt condolences and sincere condolences to his counterpart, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of India, Subramaniam Haishankar, and through him to the friendly Indian government, the family of Ambassador Arya and his relatives .

The Ministry expressed great sadness, loss and pain at the death of Ambassador Arya .
In this context, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants made its official contacts with the Indian Foreign Ministry to complete the arrangements for transporting the body of the deceased ambassador to the Republic of India for his burial.

The ministry said that upon the arrival of this painful news, immediate instructions were issued by President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, to all security, police and Public Prosecution elements, in addition to the Ministry of Health and Forensic Medicine, to immediately move to the place of residence of the Indian ambassador, to closely monitor the death, and that All parties are fully prepared to do what is required of them in such difficult and urgent circumstances .
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