Governor of Al-Hasakah: "The siege is in place" and precautions will be exhausted if the siege continues

Governor of Al-Hasakah: "The siege is in place" and precautions will be exhausted if the siege continues   Al-Hasakah Governor Ghassan Khalil said that the siege imposed by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) for the fourth day is an absolute siege, and that the governorate provides precautions that will be exhausted if the siege continues.  In an interview with the "Syrian News" channel, Khalil added that "the SDF, which is linked to the American occupier, is fully coordinating with it regarding the siege it is imposing on the city of Hasaka."  "SANA": "SDF" closed all the entrances to the center of Al-Hasakah And he said, "The siege on the city of Hasaka, which continues for the fourth day, is a complete siege," as "SDF prevents the entry of flour, foodstuffs, and fuel that operate bakeries, and this matter worries citizens in the province and increases pressure on them in these difficult circumstances and in the month of Ramadan."  The governor of Hasaka indicated that the province offers some of the precautions it has, "but they will be implemented if the siege is prolonged," adding that "the choice is to stand firm in a besieged area in which the American and Turkish occupiers and militias linked to these occupiers."  Khalil said that communication with "SDF is carried out through the Russian friend, who in turn completely prevents them and limits their behavior that affects the citizens significantly."  Source: "Syrian News"     The occupation shoots 18 civilians, including two in critical condition, and arrests 8 others from Nablus  Nablus Wafa - A number of citizens were wounded by live and rubber-coated metal bullets today, Wednesday, and others were arrested during the Israeli occupation forces' storming of several towns and villages in Nablus .  The occupation forces stormed the towns of Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, south of Nablus, in addition to the eastern area of ​​Nablus to protect the settlers storming Joseph's Tomb .  The director of ambulance and emergency in the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmed Jibril, told "Wafa" that six civilians were wounded by live bullets, one of whom was shot in the chest, and his condition is serious during the confrontations with the occupation in Beita, south of Nablus .  He added that a citizen was hit by rubber-coated metal bullets in the eye, and another was hit with a stone in the head .  Jibril indicated that five civilians were wounded with live bullets, including a critical condition, five with "rubber", and a citizen with burns due to being hit by a gas bomb, in addition to the injury of a young man with bruises after being run over by an occupying patrol, and eight others from suffocation in the vicinity of Joseph's Tomb .  The occupation forces had searched several houses in Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, and wreaked havoc on them, and arrested five citizens of Beita: Jamal Dwaikat, Islam Naim Diab, Ayser Tayel Jagob, Raed Abdel Rahman Barham, Ihab Ismail Hamayel, and Nidal Yusef Jamil Shehadeh from Urif. .  And from Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya, the occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Badr and Amr Mahmoud Daraghmeh, and detained the young Ahmed Samir Daraghmeh, after they severely beat him, and destroyed his barbershop     An appeal session regarding the request for the release of the detainee Ahmed Manasra today    Ramallah, WAFA - Wednesday,  in the Beersheba District Court, an appeal session will be held regarding the request for the immediate release of the detainee, Ahmed Manasra (19 years).  During the past month, an advocacy campaign was launched to demand the immediate release of the detainee, which witnessed great momentum in the past hours, with the date of the appeal hearing approaching. The detainee Manasra was born on January 22, 2002, in Jerusalem. He is one of a family of ten. He has two brothers and is the eldest male in his family, in addition to five sisters. Before his arrest in 2015, he was a student at the New Generation School in Jerusalem, in the eighth grade, and he was 13 years old at the time.  Ahmed’s story did not start from the moment of arrest only, as he is like hundreds of Jerusalem children who face the violence of the daily occupation, including frequent and intense arrests, as Jerusalem witnesses the highest rate of arrests among children and minors. In 2015, with the beginning of the "popular uprising", arrests of children in particular in Jerusalem escalated, accompanied by systematic abuse and torture. Ahmed was part of hundreds of children in Jerusalem who face the same fate. On October 12, 2015, Ahmed and his cousin Hassan, who was martyred on that day after he and Ahmed were shot, were subjected to brutal abuse by settlers, and at the time, videos were published of harsh scenes of him lying on the ground screaming while he was injured, and the occupation soldiers were trying to immobilize him. On the ground and abuse him, and turned his case into a global issue. This day marked a turning point in Ahmed's life, after his arrest, interrogation, and physical and psychological torture, even while receiving treatment in the hospital. As a result, he suffered a skull fracture and serious health symptoms. Subsequently, the occupation court, after several sessions, issued a sentence of actual imprisonment against Ahmed for 12 years and a compensation of 180,000 shekels, the sentence was reduced for nine and a half years in 2017. Before his transfer to prisons, the occupation authorities held him for two years in a juvenile institution in difficult and harsh conditions, and later He was transferred to Megiddo prison after he was 14 years old. Today, Ahmed faces difficult and dangerous health and psychological conditions in solitary confinement in Eshel Beersheba prison. Today's court session will be a new attempt to save him, so that he can return to the arms of his family and receive appropriate care and treatment.  According to the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission, the occupation authorities are detaining 160 children, out of approximately 4,600 male and female prisoners, in their prisons.     The occupation storms the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm Tulkarm WAFA- The Israeli occupation forces stormed, at dawn today, Wednesday, the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm.  Eyewitnesses told "Wafa" that large forces of the occupation army, on foot and on board, stormed the town and spread in its streets and alleys.  Clashes took place between the young men and the occupation soldiers, who fired stun grenades and tear gas at them, but no injuries were reported.

Al-Hasakah Governor Ghassan Khalil said that the siege imposed by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) for the fourth day is an absolute siege, and that the governorate provides precautions that will be exhausted if the siege continues.

In an interview with the "Syrian News" channel, Khalil added that "the SDF, which is linked to the American occupier, is fully coordinating with it regarding the siege it is imposing on the city of Hasaka."

"SANA": "SDF" closed all the entrances to the center of Al-Hasakah
And he said, "The siege on the city of Hasaka, which continues for the fourth day, is a complete siege," as "SDF prevents the entry of flour, foodstuffs, and fuel that operate bakeries, and this matter worries citizens in the province and increases pressure on them in these difficult circumstances and in the month of Ramadan."

The governor of Hasaka indicated that the province offers some of the precautions it has, "but they will be implemented if the siege is prolonged," adding that "the choice is to stand firm in a besieged area in which the American and Turkish occupiers and militias linked to these occupiers."

Khalil said that communication with "SDF is carried out through the Russian friend, who in turn completely prevents them and limits their behavior that affects the citizens significantly."

Source: "Syrian News"

Governor of Al-Hasakah: "The siege is in place" and precautions will be exhausted if the siege continues   Al-Hasakah Governor Ghassan Khalil said that the siege imposed by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) for the fourth day is an absolute siege, and that the governorate provides precautions that will be exhausted if the siege continues.  In an interview with the "Syrian News" channel, Khalil added that "the SDF, which is linked to the American occupier, is fully coordinating with it regarding the siege it is imposing on the city of Hasaka."  "SANA": "SDF" closed all the entrances to the center of Al-Hasakah And he said, "The siege on the city of Hasaka, which continues for the fourth day, is a complete siege," as "SDF prevents the entry of flour, foodstuffs, and fuel that operate bakeries, and this matter worries citizens in the province and increases pressure on them in these difficult circumstances and in the month of Ramadan."  The governor of Hasaka indicated that the province offers some of the precautions it has, "but they will be implemented if the siege is prolonged," adding that "the choice is to stand firm in a besieged area in which the American and Turkish occupiers and militias linked to these occupiers."  Khalil said that communication with "SDF is carried out through the Russian friend, who in turn completely prevents them and limits their behavior that affects the citizens significantly."  Source: "Syrian News"     The occupation shoots 18 civilians, including two in critical condition, and arrests 8 others from Nablus  Nablus Wafa - A number of citizens were wounded by live and rubber-coated metal bullets today, Wednesday, and others were arrested during the Israeli occupation forces' storming of several towns and villages in Nablus .  The occupation forces stormed the towns of Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, south of Nablus, in addition to the eastern area of ​​Nablus to protect the settlers storming Joseph's Tomb .  The director of ambulance and emergency in the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmed Jibril, told "Wafa" that six civilians were wounded by live bullets, one of whom was shot in the chest, and his condition is serious during the confrontations with the occupation in Beita, south of Nablus .  He added that a citizen was hit by rubber-coated metal bullets in the eye, and another was hit with a stone in the head .  Jibril indicated that five civilians were wounded with live bullets, including a critical condition, five with "rubber", and a citizen with burns due to being hit by a gas bomb, in addition to the injury of a young man with bruises after being run over by an occupying patrol, and eight others from suffocation in the vicinity of Joseph's Tomb .  The occupation forces had searched several houses in Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, and wreaked havoc on them, and arrested five citizens of Beita: Jamal Dwaikat, Islam Naim Diab, Ayser Tayel Jagob, Raed Abdel Rahman Barham, Ihab Ismail Hamayel, and Nidal Yusef Jamil Shehadeh from Urif. .  And from Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya, the occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Badr and Amr Mahmoud Daraghmeh, and detained the young Ahmed Samir Daraghmeh, after they severely beat him, and destroyed his barbershop     An appeal session regarding the request for the release of the detainee Ahmed Manasra today    Ramallah, WAFA - Wednesday,  in the Beersheba District Court, an appeal session will be held regarding the request for the immediate release of the detainee, Ahmed Manasra (19 years).  During the past month, an advocacy campaign was launched to demand the immediate release of the detainee, which witnessed great momentum in the past hours, with the date of the appeal hearing approaching. The detainee Manasra was born on January 22, 2002, in Jerusalem. He is one of a family of ten. He has two brothers and is the eldest male in his family, in addition to five sisters. Before his arrest in 2015, he was a student at the New Generation School in Jerusalem, in the eighth grade, and he was 13 years old at the time.  Ahmed’s story did not start from the moment of arrest only, as he is like hundreds of Jerusalem children who face the violence of the daily occupation, including frequent and intense arrests, as Jerusalem witnesses the highest rate of arrests among children and minors. In 2015, with the beginning of the "popular uprising", arrests of children in particular in Jerusalem escalated, accompanied by systematic abuse and torture. Ahmed was part of hundreds of children in Jerusalem who face the same fate. On October 12, 2015, Ahmed and his cousin Hassan, who was martyred on that day after he and Ahmed were shot, were subjected to brutal abuse by settlers, and at the time, videos were published of harsh scenes of him lying on the ground screaming while he was injured, and the occupation soldiers were trying to immobilize him. On the ground and abuse him, and turned his case into a global issue. This day marked a turning point in Ahmed's life, after his arrest, interrogation, and physical and psychological torture, even while receiving treatment in the hospital. As a result, he suffered a skull fracture and serious health symptoms. Subsequently, the occupation court, after several sessions, issued a sentence of actual imprisonment against Ahmed for 12 years and a compensation of 180,000 shekels, the sentence was reduced for nine and a half years in 2017. Before his transfer to prisons, the occupation authorities held him for two years in a juvenile institution in difficult and harsh conditions, and later He was transferred to Megiddo prison after he was 14 years old. Today, Ahmed faces difficult and dangerous health and psychological conditions in solitary confinement in Eshel Beersheba prison. Today's court session will be a new attempt to save him, so that he can return to the arms of his family and receive appropriate care and treatment.  According to the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission, the occupation authorities are detaining 160 children, out of approximately 4,600 male and female prisoners, in their prisons.     The occupation storms the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm Tulkarm WAFA- The Israeli occupation forces stormed, at dawn today, Wednesday, the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm.  Eyewitnesses told "Wafa" that large forces of the occupation army, on foot and on board, stormed the town and spread in its streets and alleys.  Clashes took place between the young men and the occupation soldiers, who fired stun grenades and tear gas at them, but no injuries were reported.

The occupation shoots 18 civilians, including two in critical condition, and arrests 8 others from Nablus

Nablus Wafa - A number of citizens were wounded by live and rubber-coated metal bullets today, Wednesday, and others were arrested during the Israeli occupation forces' storming of several towns and villages in Nablus .

The occupation forces stormed the towns of Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, south of Nablus, in addition to the eastern area of ​​Nablus to protect the settlers storming Joseph's Tomb .

The director of ambulance and emergency in the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmed Jibril, told "Wafa" that six civilians were wounded by live bullets, one of whom was shot in the chest, and his condition is serious during the confrontations with the occupation in Beita, south of Nablus .

He added that a citizen was hit by rubber-coated metal bullets in the eye, and another was hit with a stone in the head .

Jibril indicated that five civilians were wounded with live bullets, including a critical condition, five with "rubber", and a citizen with burns due to being hit by a gas bomb, in addition to the injury of a young man with bruises after being run over by an occupying patrol, and eight others from suffocation in the vicinity of Joseph's Tomb .

The occupation forces had searched several houses in Beita, Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya and Urif, and wreaked havoc on them, and arrested five citizens of Beita: Jamal Dwaikat, Islam Naim Diab, Ayser Tayel Jagob, Raed Abdel Rahman Barham, Ihab Ismail Hamayel, and Nidal Yusef Jamil Shehadeh from Urif. .

And from Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya, the occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Badr and Amr Mahmoud Daraghmeh, and detained the young Ahmed Samir Daraghmeh, after they severely beat him, and destroyed his barbershop

An appeal session regarding the request for the release of the detainee Ahmed Manasra today

Ramallah, WAFA - Wednesday,  in the Beersheba District Court, an appeal session will be held regarding the request for the immediate release of the detainee, Ahmed Manasra (19 years).

During the past month, an advocacy campaign was launched to demand the immediate release of the detainee, which witnessed great momentum in the past hours, with the date of the appeal hearing approaching.
The detainee Manasra was born on January 22, 2002, in Jerusalem. He is one of a family of ten. He has two brothers and is the eldest male in his family, in addition to five sisters.
Before his arrest in 2015, he was a student at the New Generation School in Jerusalem, in the eighth grade, and he was 13 years old at the time.

 Ahmed’s story did not start from the moment of arrest only, as he is like hundreds of Jerusalem children who face the violence of the daily occupation, including frequent and intense arrests, as Jerusalem witnesses the highest rate of arrests among children and minors.
In 2015, with the beginning of the "popular uprising", arrests of children in particular in Jerusalem escalated, accompanied by systematic abuse and torture. Ahmed was part of hundreds of children in Jerusalem who face the same fate.

On October 12, 2015, Ahmed and his cousin Hassan, who was martyred on that day after he and Ahmed were shot, were subjected to brutal abuse by settlers, and at the time, videos were published of harsh scenes of him lying on the ground screaming while he was injured, and the occupation soldiers were trying to immobilize him. On the ground and abuse him, and turned his case into a global issue.
This day marked a turning point in Ahmed's life, after his arrest, interrogation, and physical and psychological torture, even while receiving treatment in the hospital. As a result, he suffered a skull fracture and serious health symptoms.

Subsequently, the occupation court, after several sessions, issued a sentence of actual imprisonment against Ahmed for 12 years and a compensation of 180,000 shekels, the sentence was reduced for nine and a half years in 2017.
Before his transfer to prisons, the occupation authorities held him for two years in a juvenile institution in difficult and harsh conditions, and later He was transferred to Megiddo prison after he was 14 years old.

Today, Ahmed faces difficult and dangerous health and psychological conditions in solitary confinement in Eshel Beersheba prison. Today's court session will be a new attempt to save him, so that he can return to the arms of his family and receive appropriate care and treatment.

According to the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners Affairs Commission, the occupation authorities are detaining 160 children, out of approximately 4,600 male and female prisoners, in their prisons.
 

The occupation storms the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm

Tulkarm WAFA- The Israeli occupation forces stormed, at dawn today, Wednesday, the town of Kafr al-Labad, east of Tulkarm.

Eyewitnesses told "Wafa" that large forces of the occupation army, on foot and on board, stormed the town and spread in its streets and alleys.

Clashes took place between the young men and the occupation soldiers, who fired stun grenades and tear gas at them, but no injuries were reported.

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