The occupation's violations continue: 3 martyrs, dozens of injuries and detainees, and massive attacks by settlers

The death of a young man from Jenin, as a result of being shot by the occupation yesterday Jenin Medical sources announced this morning, Monday, the death of the 17-year-old boy, Muhammad Hussein Zakarna, from the eastern neighborhood of Jenin, as a result of being shot by the Israeli occupation forces yesterday.  The boy, Zakarna, was shot in the side, fired by members of the Israeli special units, which infiltrated the industrial area in Jenin and targeted a vehicle in that area.  It is noteworthy that the occupation forces are escalating their violations and repressive and retaliatory practices against the citizens, as a result of a political decision taken by the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett. Yesterday, Sunday, he witnessed the martyrdom of two women by the occupation bullets in Bethlehem and Hebron.   The occupation's violations continue: 3 martyrs, dozens of injuries and detainees, and massive attacks by settlers   Governorates Wafa - the Israeli occupation forces and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their properties, as 3 citizens of Bethlehem and Hebron were martyred, and dozens were injured by live bullets and suffocation in separate parts of the West Bank.  The occupation forces also arrested 36 civilians from Jerusalem and the West Bank, detained a Palestine TV reporter while he was working in Bethlehem, and fired at fishermen in the Gaza Strip, while settlers continued their incursions into Al-Aqsa, and attacked citizens’ vehicles in Ramallah, and spread on the roads leading to the city of Nablus. And they released their cows on the crops of the citizens in the northern Jordan Valley.  3 martyrs in Bethlehem and Hebron, and injuries in different parts of the West Bank:  The citizen Ghada Ibrahim Ali Sabateen (45 years), who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces, was martyred in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.  The Ministry of Health stated that the woman arrived at Beit Jala Governmental Hospital, suffering from a cut in the leg artery, in addition to the loss of a large amount of blood, and soon her death was announced, as a result of her injury.  Sabateen was shot in the thigh by an Israeli soldier while she was walking near a military checkpoint in the Muteena area, at the eastern entrance to the village.  On the other hand, dozens of civilians suffocated in the evening in renewed confrontations with the occupation forces in the village, during which the occupation soldiers fired tear gas and sound bombs at the homes of citizens and demonstrators.  The young man, Muhammad Ali Ahmad Ghoneim, 21, from the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem, was also killed, after he was seriously wounded by the occupation’s shooting at him.  Security sources told our correspondent that the young man, Ghoneim, was wounded by a bullet in the back that came from his chest while he was in the vicinity of his house, located near the apartheid wall.  In the Hebron Governorate, Maha Kazem Awad Al-Zaatari (24 years), from the Abu Daajan area in Hebron city, was martyred.  Security sources and eyewitnesses told our correspondent that the occupation forces fired live bullets at the citizen, Al-Zaatari, which led to her severe injuries and leaving her bleeding on the ground.  The Ministry of Health said that it was informed of the death of the young woman, Al-Zaatari. The occupation forces had declared the area a "closed military" and prevented medical staff from reaching the place and closed the doors of the Ibrahimi Mosque to its workers from the sanctuary .  In this context, the occupation forces opened fire at a Palestinian vehicle at Al-Dhahiriya crossing, south of Hebron .  Local sources told our correspondent that the occupation forces shot at a vehicle carrying workers, claiming that it ran away and its driver failed to stop and search, but no injuries were reported.  In the Jenin governorate, two young men were wounded with live bullets, dozens of suffocated, and 12 civilians were arrested, during the Israeli occupation forces storming, at dawn on Sunday, the city of Jenin and the town of Ya'bad.  Local sources said that large forces of the occupation army stormed the town of Ya'bad, southwest of Jenin, from several axes, and deployed snipers on the roofs of a number of citizens' houses.  The same sources added that clashes erupted between the youths and the occupation forces, who fired bullets, stun grenades and tear gas at them, which led to the injury of two young men with live bullets in the side and the back, and they were transferred to a hospital for treatment.  The same sources added that the occupation forces raided dozens of houses, destroyed their contents, and wreaked havoc in them, and their owners were known: Issam Musaad Qaniri, the prisoner Munadel Anfa'at, Adnan Ismail Zaid, Muhammad Salim Badarneh, Kamel Abu Shamla, Ziyad Dibash Hamrasha, Fouad Amarneh, Muhammad Ali Salem Amarneh, the captive Adnan Hamrasha, Naji Zaid Al-Kilani, Ali and Ashraf Mitani, Hazem Abu Shamla, Muhammad Qabha Abu Tariq.  She pointed out that the occupation forces stormed a shop belonging to the citizen Adham al-Fahmawi, and another to the citizen Zia al-Ghalib, and tampered with their contents.  Our correspondent reported that a young man was wounded by a live bullet in the back, while the occupation forces stormed the eastern neighborhood of Jenin, amidst clashes erupting in the vicinity of the place.  In addition, a young man was shot by the occupation forces, after an Israeli special force infiltrated the industrial zone in the city of Jenin, and targeted a vehicle by shooting at it. As a result, the young man, Muhammad Zakarna, who was in the area, was wounded by a bullet in his pelvis, and his condition was described as stable.  In Nablus governorate, a number of civilians suffocated during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces at the entrance to Beita, south of Nablus .  The mayor of Beita, Mahmoud Barham, said that confrontations erupted at the entrance to the town between the youths and the occupation forces, who fired rubber bullets and tear gas canisters, which led to a number of citizens suffocating .   It is noteworthy that the occupation forces set up a checkpoint in the center of the town of Hawara and obstructed the movement of citizens heading to the city of Nablus .  In Tulkarm, four civilians were wounded and another was arrested, when the Israeli occupation forces stormed Nour Shams refugee camp, east of the governorate.  The Ministry of Health stated that four civilians were wounded in the Israeli occupation's attacks on Nour Shams camp, including two injuries with live bullets (entrance and exit in the thigh), and two injuries by being bitten by Israeli police dogs.  And in Jericho governorate, three civilians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets, during the storming of Aqabat Jabr refugee camp, south of the governorate.  Local sources told Wafa that the occupation forces stormed the camp, firing live and rubber bullets, and sound and gas bombs at the young men, resulting in 3 injuries with live bullets, one of which was described as serious.  The arrest of 36 citizens:  In Jenin Governorate, the occupation forces arrested 9 citizens during their storming of the town of Yabed in the southwest of the governorate. They are: Islam Kamel Abu Shamla, Islam Muhammad Badarneh, Adham Muhammad Ali Abu Bakr / Al-Fahmawi, Bahaa Abd al-Salam Saad al-Din Abu Bakr, the liberated prisoner Nidal Anfaat, the captive Editor Asaad Issam Qamiri, Ibrahim Naji Zaid Al-Kilani, Maysan Hazem Abu Shamla, Tariq Muhammad Kabha.  It also arrested 3 citizens after storming the eastern neighborhood of the city, amidst the outbreak of confrontations in the vicinity of the place. They are: Musa Ahmed Al-Bulbul, Mahmoud Kamal Hassan Lahluh, and Suleiman Najeh Abu Alia, after they raided the homes of their relatives.  In Jerusalem governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young man, Ihab Abu Sneina, after storming his family’s house in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque .  The occupation forces also arrested 5 young Jerusalemites while they were near the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and in Bab Al-Amoud, they are: Ibrahim Khalil, Muhammad Al-Saadi, and Khaled Ibrahim, while they were near the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque .  A member of the Fatah region's leadership in Jerusalem, Ahed Al-Rishq, and Nasser Ajaj were arrested, during a solidarity stand with the people of Jenin camp, in the Bab Al-Amoud area in Jerusalem.  Meanwhile, the occupation authorities deported the young men Hamza Abu Nab, Muhammad Owaisat and Muhammad Ali from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque for a period ranging between 25 days and 6 months after they were arrested earlier.  It also deported three others from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, namely: Ihab Abu Sunina, Noaman and Zuz, and Jihad Shalaby, for ten days, after they raided their homes .  The occupation forces also stormed the house of the young Jerusalemite Noman Wazouz in the Bab Hatta area of ​​occupied Jerusalem, and handed his family a report to surrender.  In Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested the young Omar Maher Daqqa from the town of Attil, north of the governorate, after they raided his house in the town .  It also arrested the young man, Muhannad Adnan Abu Talal, 23, from his home in Nour Shams camp, east of the governorate, after they shot him with police dogs.  And arrested the freed prisoner Khaled Bassam Al-Hamshary (28 years), after raiding his house in the eastern neighborhood of the city and vandalizing its contents.  In Ramallah governorate, the occupation forces arrested two children from Dura Al-Qara’ town, north of the governorate, they are: Atallah Wajih Hamdan and Ahmed Saleh Hushiya, both of whom are 14 years old, after they raided and searched their families’ homes.  It also arrested the freed prisoner, Ahmed Samih Shatat, from Al-Jalazun camp, as he was returning to his home at a military checkpoint near the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.  In the Hebron Governorate, the occupation forces arrested the freed captive Ahmed Saadi Salibi (25 years), from the town of Beit Ummar, after searching his house, and the boy, Saeed Azzam Azghair, from the old city of Hebron.  In Nablus governorate, the occupation forces arrested two citizens: Sabaa Al-Titi from Balata refugee camp in the east, and Reas Zaher Abu Omar from Burqa village, north of the governorate.  In Jericho governorate, the occupation forces arrested two young men, Khalil Jamal Abu al-Asal and Subhi Abu al-Heija, after they raided their homes in Aqabat Jabr camp, in the south of the governorate.  In the Bethlehem governorate, the occupation forces arrested two young men from the village of Marah Rabah, south of the governorate: Khaled Ibrahim Al-Sheikh (23 years), and Mahdi Taha Qassem Al-Sheikh (24 years), after raiding and searching their families' homes.    And in Salfit governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young man, Muhammad Hani Daoud, from the town of Haris, west of the governorate, while he was on land near the “Barkan Industrial” settlement, which was built on the lands of the towns of Bruqin, Sarta and Haris, west of Salfit .  And local sources told "Wafa" that the young man, Daoud, has been suffering from psychological disorders for some time and has been receiving treatment .  The occupation detains a Palestine TV reporter, west of Bethlehem :    The occupation forces detained the Palestine TV correspondent in Bethlehem, Hani Funun, while he was documenting the shooting of a woman in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.    The occupation forces detained journalist Hani in the Muteena area on the main street of the eastern entrance to the village, after he directly covered the crime of the occupation against the citizen Ghada Ibrahim Ali Sabateen, whose death was announced as a result of her injury, and is currently under investigation.   Settlers storm Al-Aqsa, attack Palestinian vehicles, block roads in Nablus:  Dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours in its squares, performed Talmudic rituals, and listened to false explanations about the myth of the alleged temple, while the occupation police prevented worshipers from approaching the eastern region where the settlers perform their Talmudic rituals .  And Jerusalem institutions documented the storming of 571 settlers into Al-Aqsa Mosque during the past week, in two shifts, morning and evening .  The blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque is exposed to provocative incursions by settlers on two shifts, morning and evening, with the exception of Friday and Saturday, in an occupation attempt to impose a temporal division on the Muslims’ first qiblah .  In Ramallah District, settlers attacked Palestinian vehicles with stones near Beitin village, northeast of Ramallah. No injuries were reported.  In the Nablus governorate, Ghassan Daghlas, the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, said that dozens of settlers were deployed at the intersections of the roads leading to the city of Nablus .  Douglas explained that the settlers spread near the Hawara checkpoint, south of Nablus, and the Beit Furik checkpoint in the east, on the road between Jenin and Nablus, and near the Annab checkpoint, west of the city, noting that the settlers blocked the road in front of citizens' vehicles.  In the Tubas governorate and the northern Jordan Valley, settlers' cows graze the rain-fed crops of the citizens in the "Marmalah" area in the northern Jordan Valley.   And human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh said, "The settlers laid off their cows in the rain-fed crops that the citizens planted in the agricultural lands in Marmalah, which led to the destruction of areas.   Daraghmeh added that he records daily attacks on citizens' crops in separate areas of the northern Jordan Valley, after settlers laid off their cows there.  The occupation shoots at fishermen in the northern Gaza Strip:  The Israeli occupation boats fired their machine guns at fishermen's boats in the northern Gaza Strip .  Our correspondent reported that the occupation boats stationed in the sea of ​​the northern Gaza Strip fired their heavy machine guns at fishermen's boats operating in the Sudanese Sea, northwest of Gaza, as well as the Beit Lahia Sea in the north, forcing the fishermen to retreat and withdraw from the sea .  It is noteworthy that the Israeli boats shoot and tear gas canisters on a daily basis and are chasing the fishermen in the sea of ​​the Gaza Strip and depriving them of their livelihood in peace


The death of a young man from Jenin, as a result of being shot by the occupation yesterday

Jenin Medical sources announced this morning, Monday, the death of the 17-year-old boy, Muhammad Hussein Zakarna, from the eastern neighborhood of Jenin, as a result of being shot by the Israeli occupation forces yesterday.

The boy, Zakarna, was shot in the side, fired by members of the Israeli special units, which infiltrated the industrial area in Jenin and targeted a vehicle in that area.

It is noteworthy that the occupation forces are escalating their violations and repressive and retaliatory practices against the citizens, as a result of a political decision taken by the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett. Yesterday, Sunday, he witnessed the martyrdom of two women by the occupation bullets in Bethlehem and Hebron.


Governorates Wafa - the Israeli occupation forces and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and their properties, as 3 citizens of Bethlehem and Hebron were martyred, and dozens were injured by live bullets and suffocation in separate parts of the West Bank.

The occupation forces also arrested 36 civilians from Jerusalem and the West Bank, detained a Palestine TV reporter while he was working in Bethlehem, and fired at fishermen in the Gaza Strip, while settlers continued their incursions into Al-Aqsa, and attacked citizens’ vehicles in Ramallah, and spread on the roads leading to the city of Nablus. And they released their cows on the crops of the citizens in the northern Jordan Valley.

3 martyrs in Bethlehem and Hebron, and injuries in different parts of the West Bank:

The citizen Ghada Ibrahim Ali Sabateen (45 years), who was shot by the Israeli occupation forces, was martyred in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.

The Ministry of Health stated that the woman arrived at Beit Jala Governmental Hospital, suffering from a cut in the leg artery, in addition to the loss of a large amount of blood, and soon her death was announced, as a result of her injury.

Sabateen was shot in the thigh by an Israeli soldier while she was walking near a military checkpoint in the Muteena area, at the eastern entrance to the village.

On the other hand, dozens of civilians suffocated in the evening in renewed confrontations with the occupation forces in the village, during which the occupation soldiers fired tear gas and sound bombs at the homes of citizens and demonstrators.

The young man, Muhammad Ali Ahmad Ghoneim, 21, from the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem, was also killed, after he was seriously wounded by the occupation’s shooting at him.

Security sources told our correspondent that the young man, Ghoneim, was wounded by a bullet in the back that came from his chest while he was in the vicinity of his house, located near the apartheid wall.

In the Hebron Governorate, Maha Kazem Awad Al-Zaatari (24 years), from the Abu Daajan area in Hebron city, was martyred.

Security sources and eyewitnesses told our correspondent that the occupation forces fired live bullets at the citizen, Al-Zaatari, which led to her severe injuries and leaving her bleeding on the ground.

The Ministry of Health said that it was informed of the death of the young woman, Al-Zaatari. The occupation forces had declared the area a "closed military" and prevented medical staff from reaching the place and closed the doors of the Ibrahimi Mosque to its workers from the sanctuary .

In this context, the occupation forces opened fire at a Palestinian vehicle at Al-Dhahiriya crossing, south of Hebron .

Local sources told our correspondent that the occupation forces shot at a vehicle carrying workers, claiming that it ran away and its driver failed to stop and search, but no injuries were reported.

In the Jenin governorate, two young men were wounded with live bullets, dozens of suffocated, and 12 civilians were arrested, during the Israeli occupation forces storming, at dawn on Sunday, the city of Jenin and the town of Ya'bad.

Local sources said that large forces of the occupation army stormed the town of Ya'bad, southwest of Jenin, from several axes, and deployed snipers on the roofs of a number of citizens' houses.

The same sources added that clashes erupted between the youths and the occupation forces, who fired bullets, stun grenades and tear gas at them, which led to the injury of two young men with live bullets in the side and the back, and they were transferred to a hospital for treatment.

The same sources added that the occupation forces raided dozens of houses, destroyed their contents, and wreaked havoc in them, and their owners were known: Issam Musaad Qaniri, the prisoner Munadel Anfa'at, Adnan Ismail Zaid, Muhammad Salim Badarneh, Kamel Abu Shamla, Ziyad Dibash Hamrasha, Fouad Amarneh, Muhammad Ali Salem Amarneh, the captive Adnan Hamrasha, Naji Zaid Al-Kilani, Ali and Ashraf Mitani, Hazem Abu Shamla, Muhammad Qabha Abu Tariq.

She pointed out that the occupation forces stormed a shop belonging to the citizen Adham al-Fahmawi, and another to the citizen Zia al-Ghalib, and tampered with their contents.

Our correspondent reported that a young man was wounded by a live bullet in the back, while the occupation forces stormed the eastern neighborhood of Jenin, amidst clashes erupting in the vicinity of the place.

In addition, a young man was shot by the occupation forces, after an Israeli special force infiltrated the industrial zone in the city of Jenin, and targeted a vehicle by shooting at it. As a result, the young man, Muhammad Zakarna, who was in the area, was wounded by a bullet in his pelvis, and his condition was described as stable.

In Nablus governorate, a number of civilians suffocated during clashes that erupted with the occupation forces at the entrance to Beita, south of Nablus .

The mayor of Beita, Mahmoud Barham, said that confrontations erupted at the entrance to the town between the youths and the occupation forces, who fired rubber bullets and tear gas canisters, which led to a number of citizens suffocating . 

It is noteworthy that the occupation forces set up a checkpoint in the center of the town of Hawara and obstructed the movement of citizens heading to the city of Nablus .

In Tulkarm, four civilians were wounded and another was arrested, when the Israeli occupation forces stormed Nour Shams refugee camp, east of the governorate.

The Ministry of Health stated that four civilians were wounded in the Israeli occupation's attacks on Nour Shams camp, including two injuries with live bullets (entrance and exit in the thigh), and two injuries by being bitten by Israeli police dogs.

And in Jericho governorate, three civilians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets, during the storming of Aqabat Jabr refugee camp, south of the governorate.

Local sources told Wafa that the occupation forces stormed the camp, firing live and rubber bullets, and sound and gas bombs at the young men, resulting in 3 injuries with live bullets, one of which was described as serious.

The arrest of 36 citizens:

In Jenin Governorate, the occupation forces arrested 9 citizens during their storming of the town of Yabed in the southwest of the governorate. They are: Islam Kamel Abu Shamla, Islam Muhammad Badarneh, Adham Muhammad Ali Abu Bakr / Al-Fahmawi, Bahaa Abd al-Salam Saad al-Din Abu Bakr, the liberated prisoner Nidal Anfaat, the captive Editor Asaad Issam Qamiri, Ibrahim Naji Zaid Al-Kilani, Maysan Hazem Abu Shamla, Tariq Muhammad Kabha.

It also arrested 3 citizens after storming the eastern neighborhood of the city, amidst the outbreak of confrontations in the vicinity of the place. They are: Musa Ahmed Al-Bulbul, Mahmoud Kamal Hassan Lahluh, and Suleiman Najeh Abu Alia, after they raided the homes of their relatives.

In Jerusalem governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young man, Ihab Abu Sneina, after storming his family’s house in the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque .

The occupation forces also arrested 5 young Jerusalemites while they were near the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and in Bab Al-Amoud, they are: Ibrahim Khalil, Muhammad Al-Saadi, and Khaled Ibrahim, while they were near the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque .

A member of the Fatah region's leadership in Jerusalem, Ahed Al-Rishq, and Nasser Ajaj were arrested, during a solidarity stand with the people of Jenin camp, in the Bab Al-Amoud area in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, the occupation authorities deported the young men Hamza Abu Nab, Muhammad Owaisat and Muhammad Ali from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque for a period ranging between 25 days and 6 months after they were arrested earlier.

It also deported three others from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, namely: Ihab Abu Sunina, Noaman and Zuz, and Jihad Shalaby, for ten days, after they raided their homes .

The occupation forces also stormed the house of the young Jerusalemite Noman Wazouz in the Bab Hatta area of ​​occupied Jerusalem, and handed his family a report to surrender.

In Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested the young Omar Maher Daqqa from the town of Attil, north of the governorate, after they raided his house in the town .

It also arrested the young man, Muhannad Adnan Abu Talal, 23, from his home in Nour Shams camp, east of the governorate, after they shot him with police dogs.

And arrested the freed prisoner Khaled Bassam Al-Hamshary (28 years), after raiding his house in the eastern neighborhood of the city and vandalizing its contents.

In Ramallah governorate, the occupation forces arrested two children from Dura Al-Qara’ town, north of the governorate, they are: Atallah Wajih Hamdan and Ahmed Saleh Hushiya, both of whom are 14 years old, after they raided and searched their families’ homes.

It also arrested the freed prisoner, Ahmed Samih Shatat, from Al-Jalazun camp, as he was returning to his home at a military checkpoint near the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.

In the Hebron Governorate, the occupation forces arrested the freed captive Ahmed Saadi Salibi (25 years), from the town of Beit Ummar, after searching his house, and the boy, Saeed Azzam Azghair, from the old city of Hebron.

In Nablus governorate, the occupation forces arrested two citizens: Sabaa Al-Titi from Balata refugee camp in the east, and Reas Zaher Abu Omar from Burqa village, north of the governorate.

In Jericho governorate, the occupation forces arrested two young men, Khalil Jamal Abu al-Asal and Subhi Abu al-Heija, after they raided their homes in Aqabat Jabr camp, in the south of the governorate.

In the Bethlehem governorate, the occupation forces arrested two young men from the village of Marah Rabah, south of the governorate: Khaled Ibrahim Al-Sheikh (23 years), and Mahdi Taha Qassem Al-Sheikh (24 years), after raiding and searching their families' homes.  

And in Salfit governorate, the occupation forces arrested the young man, Muhammad Hani Daoud, from the town of Haris, west of the governorate, while he was on land near the “Barkan Industrial” settlement, which was built on the lands of the towns of Bruqin, Sarta and Haris, west of Salfit .

And local sources told "Wafa" that the young man, Daoud, has been suffering from psychological disorders for some time and has been receiving treatment .

The occupation detains a Palestine TV reporter, west of Bethlehem :  

The occupation forces detained the Palestine TV correspondent in Bethlehem, Hani Funun, while he was documenting the shooting of a woman in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.  

The occupation forces detained journalist Hani in the Muteena area on the main street of the eastern entrance to the village, after he directly covered the crime of the occupation against the citizen Ghada Ibrahim Ali Sabateen, whose death was announced as a result of her injury, and is currently under investigation. 

Settlers storm Al-Aqsa, attack Palestinian vehicles, block roads in Nablus:

Dozens of settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of the Mughrabi Gate, carried out provocative tours in its squares, performed Talmudic rituals, and listened to false explanations about the myth of the alleged temple, while the occupation police prevented worshipers from approaching the eastern region where the settlers perform their Talmudic rituals .

And Jerusalem institutions documented the storming of 571 settlers into Al-Aqsa Mosque during the past week, in two shifts, morning and evening .

The blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque is exposed to provocative incursions by settlers on two shifts, morning and evening, with the exception of Friday and Saturday, in an occupation attempt to impose a temporal division on the Muslims’ first qiblah .

In Ramallah District, settlers attacked Palestinian vehicles with stones near Beitin village, northeast of Ramallah. No injuries were reported.

In the Nablus governorate, Ghassan Daghlas, the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, said that dozens of settlers were deployed at the intersections of the roads leading to the city of Nablus .

Douglas explained that the settlers spread near the Hawara checkpoint, south of Nablus, and the Beit Furik checkpoint in the east, on the road between Jenin and Nablus, and near the Annab checkpoint, west of the city, noting that the settlers blocked the road in front of citizens' vehicles.

In the Tubas governorate and the northern Jordan Valley, settlers' cows graze the rain-fed crops of the citizens in the "Marmalah" area in the northern Jordan Valley. 

And human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh said, "The settlers laid off their cows in the rain-fed crops that the citizens planted in the agricultural lands in Marmalah, which led to the destruction of areas. 

Daraghmeh added that he records daily attacks on citizens' crops in separate areas of the northern Jordan Valley, after settlers laid off their cows there.

The occupation shoots at fishermen in the northern Gaza Strip:

The Israeli occupation boats fired their machine guns at fishermen's boats in the northern Gaza Strip .

Our correspondent reported that the occupation boats stationed in the sea of ​​the northern Gaza Strip fired their heavy machine guns at fishermen's boats operating in the Sudanese Sea, northwest of Gaza, as well as the Beit Lahia Sea in the north, forcing the fishermen to retreat and withdraw from the sea .

It is noteworthy that the Israeli boats shoot and tear gas canisters on a daily basis and are chasing the fishermen in the sea of ​​the Gaza Strip and depriving them of their livelihood in peace 
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