The occupation’s violations continue: injuries, arrests, damaged tires, writing racist slogans, and setting up caravans

The occupation’s violations continue: injuries, arrests, damaged tires, writing racist slogans, and setting up caravans  Governorates 11-3-2022 Wafa - Today, Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a number of citizens were wounded with live bullets during confrontations and the repression of events, and two brothers were arrested, while settlers damaged vehicle tires and wrote racist slogans. Settlement "caravans", and shoot at shepherds and their livestock.  Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities and targeting 3 civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, including a 12-year-old child, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces, in the vicinity of Jabal Subaih in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.  In addition, five civilians were treated in the field, who suffocated with tear gas, during clashes with the occupation in the village of Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.  Journalist Mamoun Wazwaz was wounded by two rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during clashes with the occupation forces at Bab al-Zawiya in the center of Hebron .  In the town of Kafr Qaddoum, east of Qalqilya, dozens of civilians suffocated as a result of inhaling the tear gas fired by the occupation army during the suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march .  On the other hand, the occupation soldiers beat 3 activists, and fired stun grenades, during a search campaign of citizens' homes, in the village of "Twani" in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron .  The occupation forces also stormed Ni'lin, west of Ramallah, and raided the home of Walid Sorour, and tampered with its contents.  Two brothers arrested south of Jenin The Israeli occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Razi and Ghazi Ghannam, from the town of Jaba', south of Jenin.  Razi, the secretary of the "Fatah" movement, was arrested in the Martyr Abdullah Alawneh area, after being summoned to investigate in Salem camp, west of the governorate, while his brother was arrested by an undercover special force, which stormed the family's house in Jaba, with the support of the occupation army.  Settlers smash tires, write racist slogans, and set up caravans Settlers damaged the tires of 15 vehicles, and wrote racist slogans on the walls of houses in Qaryut village, south of Nablus .  It was reported that settlers from "Eli" and "Shilo", which are built on the lands of Qaryut, infiltrated the village, damaged tires and wrote racist and hostile slogans, in the lanes: Safsaf, Bayader, and Al-Hosh .  In another violation, a group of settlers set up three caravans in the Birin area, east of Yatta in Hebron, near a monument they erected three years ago in the area, in an attempt to establish a new settlement outpost .  Settlers also fired live bullets at shepherds and livestock in the village of Jna, south of Hebron, without injuries.

Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as a number of citizens were wounded with live bullets during confrontations and the repression of events, and two brothers were arrested, while settlers damaged vehicle tires and wrote racist slogans. Settlement "caravans", and shoot at shepherds and their livestock.

Injured during confrontations with the occupation and the suppression of activities and targeting
3 civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, including a 12-year-old child, during clashes that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces, in the vicinity of Jabal Subaih in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.

In addition, five civilians were treated in the field, who suffocated with tear gas, during clashes with the occupation in the village of Beit Dajan, east of Nablus.

Journalist Mamoun Wazwaz was wounded by two rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during clashes with the occupation forces at Bab al-Zawiya in the center of Hebron .

In the town of Kafr Qaddoum, east of Qalqilya, dozens of civilians suffocated as a result of inhaling the tear gas fired by the occupation army during the suppression of the weekly anti-settlement march .

On the other hand, the occupation soldiers beat 3 activists, and fired stun grenades, during a search campaign of citizens' homes, in the village of "Twani" in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron .

The occupation forces also stormed Ni'lin, west of Ramallah, and raided the home of Walid Sorour, and tampered with its contents.

Two brothers arrested south of Jenin
The Israeli occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Razi and Ghazi Ghannam, from the town of Jaba', south of Jenin.

Razi, the secretary of the "Fatah" movement, was arrested in the Martyr Abdullah Alawneh area, after being summoned to investigate in Salem camp, west of the governorate, while his brother was arrested by an undercover special force, which stormed the family's house in Jaba, with the support of the occupation army.

Settlers smash tires, write racist slogans, and set up caravans
Settlers damaged the tires of 15 vehicles, and wrote racist slogans on the walls of houses in Qaryut village, south of Nablus .

It was reported that settlers from "Eli" and "Shilo", which are built on the lands of Qaryut, infiltrated the village, damaged tires and wrote racist and hostile slogans, in the lanes: Safsaf, Bayader, and Al-Hosh .

In another violation, a group of settlers set up three caravans in the Birin area, east of Yatta in Hebron, near a monument they erected three years ago in the area, in an attempt to establish a new settlement outpost .

Settlers also fired live bullets at shepherds and livestock in the village of Jna, south of Hebron, without injuries.

47 children were killed and injured in Yemen in the first two months of 2022  Dubai: 47 Yemeni children were killed and injured in the first two months of 2022 due to the ongoing conflict in Yemen, which is witnessing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Saturday in a statement.  Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has witnessed a bloody conflict since 2014 between forces loyal to the internationally recognized government and Houthi rebels. The conflict escalated with the intervention of Saudi Arabia at the head of a military coalition in March 2015 to halt the progress of the Houthis after their control of the capital, Sanaa.  A report by the United Nations Development Program estimated that the war in Yemen has killed 377,000 people directly and indirectly, seven years after its outbreak. Civilians have paid more than the price of war and destruction.  “It is reported that at least 47 children were killed or injured during the first two months of this year in several areas in Yemen,” UNICEF said in its statement, adding, “Violence continues to escalate this year, and as usual, children are the first and most to suffer.”  The conflict has caused a collapse in the health, economy, education and other sectors in the country, while more than 3.3 million displaced people live in schools and camps, where diseases such as cholera are spreading due to the lack of clean water.  More than 2,500 schools in the country have become unusable, according to UNICEF, as they have been destroyed, converted for military purposes, or used as shelters for the displaced. In previous estimates, the United Nations indicated that nearly two million children were out of school.  In its statement, UNICEF confirmed that "since the escalation of the conflict in Yemen nearly seven years ago, the United Nations has verified the killing and injury of more than 10,200 children," noting that "the actual numbers are likely to be much higher." Last October, the organization reported that about 10,000 children had been killed in the war.  “Violence, misery and grief have become commonplace in Yemen, with dire consequences for millions of children and families. It is time for a sustainable political solution so that Yemenis and their children can have the peace they deserve.”  A report by United Nations experts submitted to the Security Council and published last January spoke of the widespread recruitment of children. He said he has a list of 1,406 children between the ages of 10 and 17 who were recruited by the Houthis and who died on the battlefield in 2020.

47 children were killed and injured in Yemen in the first two months of 2022


Dubai: 47 Yemeni children were killed and injured in the first two months of 2022 due to the ongoing conflict in Yemen, which is witnessing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Saturday in a statement.

Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has witnessed a bloody conflict since 2014 between forces loyal to the internationally recognized government and Houthi rebels. The conflict escalated with the intervention of Saudi Arabia at the head of a military coalition in March 2015 to halt the progress of the Houthis after their control of the capital, Sanaa.

A report by the United Nations Development Program estimated that the war in Yemen has killed 377,000 people directly and indirectly, seven years after its outbreak. Civilians have paid more than the price of war and destruction.

“It is reported that at least 47 children were killed or injured during the first two months of this year in several areas in Yemen,” UNICEF said in its statement, adding, “Violence continues to escalate this year, and as usual, children are the first and most to suffer.”

The conflict has caused a collapse in the health, economy, education and other sectors in the country, while more than 3.3 million displaced people live in schools and camps, where diseases such as cholera are spreading due to the lack of clean water.

More than 2,500 schools in the country have become unusable, according to UNICEF, as they have been destroyed, converted for military purposes, or used as shelters for the displaced. In previous estimates, the United Nations indicated that nearly two million children were out of school.

In its statement, UNICEF confirmed that "since the escalation of the conflict in Yemen nearly seven years ago, the United Nations has verified the killing and injury of more than 10,200 children," noting that "the actual numbers are likely to be much higher." Last October, the organization reported that about 10,000 children had been killed in the war.

“Violence, misery and grief have become commonplace in Yemen, with dire consequences for millions of children and families. It is time for a sustainable political solution so that Yemenis and their children can have the peace they deserve.”

A report by United Nations experts submitted to the Security Council and published last January spoke of the widespread recruitment of children. He said he has a list of 1,406 children between the ages of 10 and 17 who were recruited by the Houthis and who died on the battlefield in 2020.

Developed by young engineers recognizing drone cameras exported by Turkey to a NATO country  In conjunction with its great successes in the defense industry, Turkey paved the way for its young engineers to innovate in the field of technology, enabling them to develop and produce a camera system used in drones and export it for the first time to a European member of NATO.  During the past few years, Turkey was not only able to reach a very important stage in its endeavors to localize the defense industries, but also opened new doors for its engineers within the ecosystem it created, which helped them build their local expertise capable of developing and implementing the best technologies and devices with pure local capabilities.  Thanks to a company founded by young engineers, Turkey has succeeded in exporting a camera system used in under-tracted drones for the first time to a European NATO member.  The achievement of Istanbul-based Blitz Systems, founded by young engineers who have just graduated from their universities, is the biggest evidence that Ankara’s decades-old plans for independence in its defense industries are beginning to bear fruit in a way that makes Turkey a manufacturer of defense technologies. , especially the march.  The origin of the story Following the news of Blitz Systems engineers' success in developing a high-tech camera system for drones and exporting it to a NATO country, TRT Haber met with the company's General Manager Kadir Dogan and asked him about the importance of this rapid success and his company's future goals.  Dogan talked about how he and his friends broke new ground in the history of the Turkish defense industry and succeeded in exporting a live camera system that can be used in unmanned aerial vehicles operating under the clouds to a European NATO member.  Dogan pointed out that this achievement is much more important than just being a successful export operation, as he recalled the ban imposed by the Canadian company on imports of cameras that were used in the Turkish "Phoenix" and "Bayraktar TB2" unmanned systems, and how Aselsan managed to "Turkey is to provide a high-tech local alternative in record time and with pure national capabilities.  He added, “Together with my teammates, we were driven by the fact that situations like this might also happen to smaller platforms in the future. That's why we started producing smaller BIHAs locally. And by exporting directly to Europe, We entered a very important market."  A new Turkish achievement One of the important topics in the Turkish defense industry has been the issue of UAVs operating under the clouds recently.  Developed by Blitz Systems engineers, the system contains vision systems solutions for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under the clouds category, with a wingspan of 3 to 4 meters, which are smaller than the Phoenix and Bayraktar TB2 models.  Dogan points out that they have implemented products supported by different sensors and different artificial intelligence programs that were developed according to different usage concepts, and added: "The most important of these are coaxial cameras equipped with a daytime camera, an infrared camera, a laser rangefinder sensor, as well as integrated image processing software." .  More important than just export Sales to the leading countries in the field of technology are very important, especially the countries affiliated with NATO, which Turkey considers a clear and explicit compliment to the efficiency and high technology of its local products, as well as their cost superiority as well.  When asked why it is important to make this sale to a NATO member state? Dogan draws attention to the fact that European countries and the USA are world leaders in such technologies, and added: “It is important for two reasons to be able to export such high-tech products to these countries with this high technology. In this way, we increase our country’s share in Exports of high-tech products, and as a Turkish company we are firmly entering the western market."  Military technology experts stress that selling a military system to a NATO member is already an arduous process, as they have very high standards. The Europeans in general also want to buy such products from their own markets, and this is why what the Turkish company Blitz Systems has accomplished is a real achievement, paralleling what Baykar did when it sold its Bayraktar TB2 drones to Lithuania, the European member state. in NATO.

Developed by young engineers recognizing drone cameras exported by Turkey to a NATO country


In conjunction with its great successes in the defense industry, Turkey paved the way for its young engineers to innovate in the field of technology, enabling them to develop and produce a camera system used in drones and export it for the first time to a European member of NATO.

During the past few years, Turkey was not only able to reach a very important stage in its endeavors to localize the defense industries, but also opened new doors for its engineers within the ecosystem it created, which helped them build their local expertise capable of developing and implementing the best technologies and devices with pure local capabilities.

Thanks to a company founded by young engineers, Turkey has succeeded in exporting a camera system used in under-tracted drones for the first time to a European NATO member.

The achievement of Istanbul-based Blitz Systems, founded by young engineers who have just graduated from their universities, is the biggest evidence that Ankara’s decades-old plans for independence in its defense industries are beginning to bear fruit in a way that makes Turkey a manufacturer of defense technologies. , especially the march.

The origin of the story
Following the news of Blitz Systems engineers' success in developing a high-tech camera system for drones and exporting it to a NATO country, TRT Haber met with the company's General Manager Kadir Dogan and asked him about the importance of this rapid success and his company's future goals.

Dogan talked about how he and his friends broke new ground in the history of the Turkish defense industry and succeeded in exporting a live camera system that can be used in unmanned aerial vehicles operating under the clouds to a European NATO member.

Dogan pointed out that this achievement is much more important than just being a successful export operation, as he recalled the ban imposed by the Canadian company on imports of cameras that were used in the Turkish "Phoenix" and "Bayraktar TB2" unmanned systems, and how Aselsan managed to "Turkey is to provide a high-tech local alternative in record time and with pure national capabilities.

He added, “Together with my teammates, we were driven by the fact that situations like this might also happen to smaller platforms in the future. That's why we started producing smaller BIHAs locally. And by exporting directly to Europe, We entered a very important market."

A new Turkish achievement
One of the important topics in the Turkish defense industry has been the issue of UAVs operating under the clouds recently.

Developed by Blitz Systems engineers, the system contains vision systems solutions for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under the clouds category, with a wingspan of 3 to 4 meters, which are smaller than the Phoenix and Bayraktar TB2 models.

Dogan points out that they have implemented products supported by different sensors and different artificial intelligence programs that were developed according to different usage concepts, and added: "The most important of these are coaxial cameras equipped with a daytime camera, an infrared camera, a laser rangefinder sensor, as well as integrated image processing software." .

More important than just export
Sales to the leading countries in the field of technology are very important, especially the countries affiliated with NATO, which Turkey considers a clear and explicit compliment to the efficiency and high technology of its local products, as well as their cost superiority as well.

When asked why it is important to make this sale to a NATO member state? Dogan draws attention to the fact that European countries and the USA are world leaders in such technologies, and added: “It is important for two reasons to be able to export such high-tech products to these countries with this high technology. In this way, we increase our country’s share in Exports of high-tech products, and as a Turkish company we are firmly entering the western market."

Military technology experts stress that selling a military system to a NATO member is already an arduous process, as they have very high standards. The Europeans in general also want to buy such products from their own markets, and this is why what the Turkish company Blitz Systems has accomplished is a real achievement, paralleling what Baykar did when it sold its Bayraktar TB2 drones to Lithuania, the European member state. in NATO.
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