The occupation’s violations continue: the bombing of the homes of two prisoners, injuries, arrests, and attacks by settlers

The occupation’s violations continue: the bombing of the homes of two prisoners, injuries, arrests, and attacks by settlers   Governorates Wafa - Tuesday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their property. At least 8 civilians were wounded, one of them was shot with live bullets, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs, and dozens suffocated with tear gas. During clashes with the occupation forces, which blew up the homes of the two prisoners, Muhammad Jaradat and Ghaith Jaradat, in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.   It also arrested 11 citizens in separate parts, and fired and tear gas at farmers east of Al Wusta and Khan Yunis , while vehicles belonging to the "Settlements Council" dismantled vegetable stands located on the street named (90) in the northern Jordan Valley, and seized them and their goods .  Shot and suffocation injuries in Silat Al-Harithiya At least 8 civilians were injured by bullets and shrapnel from sound bombs, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas, and another was arrested, during confrontations with the occupation forces that stormed the town of Al-Silat Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.  The occupation forces, accompanied by about 150 vehicles, including heavy bulldozers, stormed the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya, and raided the homes of prisoners Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, and the two brothers, Ghaith and Omar Ahmed Yassin Jaradat.  And local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces turned Al-Saila Al-Harithiya into a military barracks, closed all entrances to the town and prevented citizens from entering or leaving it, and spread in all the alleys of the town, and prevented the entry of ambulances belonging to the Red Crescent, as well as media crews, while flying A reconnaissance plane in its skies.  The occupation engineering units stormed the homes of the three prisoners, firing live and rubber-coated metal bullets, and tear gas and sound bombs at the youths, which led to the injury of at least 8 young men, one of whom was shot with live bullets by hand, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs.  11 citizens arrested In the Jerusalem governorate, the occupation forces arrested 4 citizens of Bedouin village after raiding their homes and tampering with their contents. They are: Mufeed Fadel Al-Sheikh, Ahmed Salem Abu Eid, Ibrahim Ayyash and Majd Musa Abu Eid.  It also arrested the young Jamil Hassan al-Faqih from Qatana, and detained the liberated prisoner Wissam Elias Rabie from Beit Anan, and released him after several hours.  And the occupation forces arrested 3 young men, whose identities were not known, from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city. In the Nablus governorate, the occupation forces arrested two civilians, they are: Firas Zaatar from the Northern Mountain area in the city, and Jihad Al-Asi from Rojib, east of the governorate .  In the same context, the occupation forces raided the house of the prisoner, Yasser Al-Badrsawi, on Al-Quds Street, east of the city, and searched it .  In Jenin governorate, the occupation forces arrested a citizen, whose identity was not known, during clashes after storming the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya, west of the governorate.  The occupation blew up the homes of two prisoners in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin The occupation army blew up the homes of the two prisoners, Muhammad Jaradat and Ghaith Jaradat, in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.  Our correspondent said that the occupation forces blew up the two-storey house of the prisoner, Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, which houses ten people, in addition to the house of the father of the prisoners Ghaith, Omar, Muntaser and his wife, the captive Ataf.  In the meantime, the occupation forces opened fire at civilians, wounding a young man with a live bullet in the leg, and a child with shrapnel in the abdomen, while the forces arrested the young man, Muhammad Yousef Ighbariya, and abused the young man, Saleh Abdullah Jaradat.  The occupation forces, accompanied by about 150 vehicles, including heavy bulldozers, stormed the town of Al-Silat Al-Harithiya, just before midnight last night, and raided the homes of the prisoners Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, and the two brothers Ghaith and Omar Ahmed Yassin Jaradat, where confrontations erupted during which dozens of citizens were injured by bullets and suffocation with tear gas.  And local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces turned Al-Saila Al-Harithiya into a military barracks, closed all entrances to the town and prevented citizens from entering or leaving it, and spread in all the alleys of the town, and prevented the entry of ambulances belonging to the Red Crescent, as well as media crews, while flying A reconnaissance plane in its skies.  The occupation engineering units stormed the homes of the three prisoners, firing live and rubber-coated metal bullets, and tear gas and sound bombs at the youths, which led to the injury of at least 8 young men, one of whom was shot with live bullets by hand, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs.  The “Settlements Council” dismantles and seizes the vegetable stands near Road (90 ) Vehicles belonging to the "Settlements Council" dismantled the vegetable stands located on the road named (90) in the northern Jordan Valley, and seized them and their goods .  Field activist Faris Fiqha confirmed that the "Settlements Council" carried out the dismantling and seizure of five farms owned by five citizens from the villages of Kardala, Bardala and Ain al-Bayda, in the presence of forces from the occupation army.  He added that the "Settlements Council" notified two days ago of demolishing the settlements, after filming them late last week .  According to human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh, the “Settlements Council” is following a dangerous policy by notifying the settlements that Palestinians have built and which they take as sources of livelihood for their families. settlers.  Occupation forces fire and tear gas at farmers, east of Al Wusta and Khan Yunis The occupation forces fired machine guns and tear gas canisters towards agricultural lands east of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, and the town of Qarara to the south .  Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in the east of the central governorate opened fire with their heavy machine guns and fired tear gas canisters at the citizens' agricultural lands in conjunction with the presence of farmers there, forcing them to withdraw without reporting any injuries .  He said that other forces stationed in the "Kisofim military site" also opened fire and fired tear gas canisters towards agricultural lands east of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, forcing farmers to withdraw from their lands.

Governorates Wafa - Tuesday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their property. At least 8 civilians were wounded, one of them was shot with live bullets, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs, and dozens suffocated with tear gas. During clashes with the occupation forces, which blew up the homes of the two prisoners, Muhammad Jaradat and Ghaith Jaradat, in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.

 It also arrested 11 citizens in separate parts, and fired and tear gas at farmers east of Al Wusta and Khan Yunis , while vehicles belonging to the "Settlements Council" dismantled vegetable stands located on the street named (90) in the northern Jordan Valley, and seized them and their goods .

Shot and suffocation injuries in Silat Al-Harithiya
At least 8 civilians were injured by bullets and shrapnel from sound bombs, and dozens of people suffocated with tear gas, and another was arrested, during confrontations with the occupation forces that stormed the town of Al-Silat Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.

The occupation forces, accompanied by about 150 vehicles, including heavy bulldozers, stormed the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya, and raided the homes of prisoners Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, and the two brothers, Ghaith and Omar Ahmed Yassin Jaradat.

And local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces turned Al-Saila Al-Harithiya into a military barracks, closed all entrances to the town and prevented citizens from entering or leaving it, and spread in all the alleys of the town, and prevented the entry of ambulances belonging to the Red Crescent, as well as media crews, while flying A reconnaissance plane in its skies.

The occupation engineering units stormed the homes of the three prisoners, firing live and rubber-coated metal bullets, and tear gas and sound bombs at the youths, which led to the injury of at least 8 young men, one of whom was shot with live bullets by hand, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs.

11 citizens arrested
In the Jerusalem governorate, the occupation forces arrested 4 citizens of Bedouin village after raiding their homes and tampering with their contents. They are: Mufeed Fadel Al-Sheikh, Ahmed Salem Abu Eid, Ibrahim Ayyash and Majd Musa Abu Eid.

It also arrested the young Jamil Hassan al-Faqih from Qatana, and detained the liberated prisoner Wissam Elias Rabie from Beit Anan, and released him after several hours.

And the occupation forces arrested 3 young men, whose identities were not known, from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city.
In the Nablus governorate, the occupation forces arrested two civilians, they are: Firas Zaatar from the Northern Mountain area in the city, and Jihad Al-Asi from Rojib, east of the governorate .

In the same context, the occupation forces raided the house of the prisoner, Yasser Al-Badrsawi, on Al-Quds Street, east of the city, and searched it .

In Jenin governorate, the occupation forces arrested a citizen, whose identity was not known, during clashes after storming the town of Al-Saila Al-Harithiya, west of the governorate.

The occupation blew up the homes of two prisoners in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin
The occupation army blew up the homes of the two prisoners, Muhammad Jaradat and Ghaith Jaradat, in the town of Al-Silah Al-Harithiya, west of Jenin.

Our correspondent said that the occupation forces blew up the two-storey house of the prisoner, Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, which houses ten people, in addition to the house of the father of the prisoners Ghaith, Omar, Muntaser and his wife, the captive Ataf.

In the meantime, the occupation forces opened fire at civilians, wounding a young man with a live bullet in the leg, and a child with shrapnel in the abdomen, while the forces arrested the young man, Muhammad Yousef Ighbariya, and abused the young man, Saleh Abdullah Jaradat.

The occupation forces, accompanied by about 150 vehicles, including heavy bulldozers, stormed the town of Al-Silat Al-Harithiya, just before midnight last night, and raided the homes of the prisoners Muhammad Youssef Jaradat, and the two brothers Ghaith and Omar Ahmed Yassin Jaradat, where confrontations erupted during which dozens of citizens were injured by bullets and suffocation with tear gas.

And local sources told "Wafa" that the occupation forces turned Al-Saila Al-Harithiya into a military barracks, closed all entrances to the town and prevented citizens from entering or leaving it, and spread in all the alleys of the town, and prevented the entry of ambulances belonging to the Red Crescent, as well as media crews, while flying A reconnaissance plane in its skies.

The occupation engineering units stormed the homes of the three prisoners, firing live and rubber-coated metal bullets, and tear gas and sound bombs at the youths, which led to the injury of at least 8 young men, one of whom was shot with live bullets by hand, another was trampled by an occupation patrol, and others with shrapnel of sound bombs.

The “Settlements Council” dismantles and seizes the vegetable stands near Road (90 )
Vehicles belonging to the "Settlements Council" dismantled the vegetable stands located on the road named (90) in the northern Jordan Valley, and seized them and their goods .

Field activist Faris Fiqha confirmed that the "Settlements Council" carried out the dismantling and seizure of five farms owned by five citizens from the villages of Kardala, Bardala and Ain al-Bayda, in the presence of forces from the occupation army.

He added that the "Settlements Council" notified two days ago of demolishing the settlements, after filming them late last week .

According to human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh, the “Settlements Council” is following a dangerous policy by notifying the settlements that Palestinians have built and which they take as sources of livelihood for their families. settlers.

Occupation forces fire and tear gas at farmers, east of Al Wusta and Khan Yunis
The occupation forces fired machine guns and tear gas canisters towards agricultural lands east of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, and the town of Qarara to the south .

Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces stationed in the east of the central governorate opened fire with their heavy machine guns and fired tear gas canisters at the citizens' agricultural lands in conjunction with the presence of farmers there, forcing them to withdraw without reporting any injuries .

He said that other forces stationed in the "Kisofim military site" also opened fire and fired tear gas canisters towards agricultural lands east of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, forcing farmers to withdraw from their lands.

Funeral of the child martyr Yamen Jaffal in Abu Dis  Huge crowds participate in the funeral of the child martyr Yamen Jaffal in Abu Dis Jerusalem, WAFA - Large crowds of our people mourned this evening, Tuesday, the body of the child martyr Yamen Nafez Jaffal (15 years), from the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem, to his final resting place in the town cemetery.  The funeral procession proceeded from in front of the Jericho Governmental Hospital towards the martyr's house, where a final farewell was given to his body, before it was transferred to the "Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi" mosque in the town, where the mourners performed the funeral prayer for him, then his body was buried.  Ramzi Rabah, a member of the Executive Committee of the Liberation Organization, said, "We are in front of a horrific scene, after 3 martyrs, including a child, were shot by the occupation's fire in two days." He stressed that "the occupation tolerates Palestinian blood, and considers that shooting and killing has become a profession legalized by Israeli law, whereby anyone who throws a stone or goes out on a peaceful march will be subject to killing and shooting."  Rabah stressed that "the occupation that is trying to break the will and determination of the Palestinian people, especially the young generation, will not succeed in its endeavour, especially with the participation of thousands of mourners of young men who chanted the name of the martyr and pledged to him to continue the march and struggle."  He added, "We must learn from the young generation one major issue, which is to unite ranks to protect the national project, protect the Palestinian people and our land, and expel the racist occupying invaders, who practice all forms of apartheid and oppression against our Palestinian people."  The crews of the General Authority for Civil Affairs and the Palestinian Red Crescent received this afternoon the body of the martyr Jafal at the "Al-Za'im" checkpoint, east of Jerusalem, and it was transferred to Jericho Governmental Hospital.  It is reported that the martyr Jaffal was shot in cold blood two days ago by the occupation army in his town of Abu Dis.

Funeral of the child martyr Yamen Jaffal in Abu Dis

Huge crowds participate in the funeral of the child martyr Yamen Jaffal in Abu Dis
Jerusalem, WAFA - Large crowds of our people mourned this evening, Tuesday, the body of the child martyr Yamen Nafez Jaffal (15 years), from the town of Abu Dis, southeast of occupied Jerusalem, to his final resting place in the town cemetery.

The funeral procession proceeded from in front of the Jericho Governmental Hospital towards the martyr's house, where a final farewell was given to his body, before it was transferred to the "Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi" mosque in the town, where the mourners performed the funeral prayer for him, then his body was buried.

Ramzi Rabah, a member of the Executive Committee of the Liberation Organization, said, "We are in front of a horrific scene, after 3 martyrs, including a child, were shot by the occupation's fire in two days."
He stressed that "the occupation tolerates Palestinian blood, and considers that shooting and killing has become a profession legalized by Israeli law, whereby anyone who throws a stone or goes out on a peaceful march will be subject to killing and shooting."

Rabah stressed that "the occupation that is trying to break the will and determination of the Palestinian people, especially the young generation, will not succeed in its endeavour, especially with the participation of thousands of mourners of young men who chanted the name of the martyr and pledged to him to continue the march and struggle."

He added, "We must learn from the young generation one major issue, which is to unite ranks to protect the national project, protect the Palestinian people and our land, and expel the racist occupying invaders, who practice all forms of apartheid and oppression against our Palestinian people."

The crews of the General Authority for Civil Affairs and the Palestinian Red Crescent received this afternoon the body of the martyr Jafal at the "Al-Za'im" checkpoint, east of Jerusalem, and it was transferred to Jericho Governmental Hospital.

It is reported that the martyr Jaffal was shot in cold blood two days ago by the occupation army in his town of Abu Dis.
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