Continuing violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests, and attacks on settlers, and a tendency to approve settlement units

Continuing violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests, and attacks on settlers, and a tendency to approve settlement units    Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as dozens were injured during confrontations and repression of activities, while settlers burned vehicles and injured citizens in separate attacks, while the occupation opened fire towards agricultural lands in Khan Younis, 5 citizens were arrested, and the Hebrew media reported that Israel is in the process of approving 4,000 new settlement units .   Wounded during confrontations with the occupation and the repression of activities  Seven civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and 43 suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the Israeli occupation in the town of Qaryut, south of Nablus .  4 civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli occupation army's suppression of the weekly march in the town of Kafr Qaddoum, east of Qalqilya .  Two 13-year-old children were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens of people were injured by suffocation with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation in the town of Beita, south of Nablus .  Two civilians were also wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets in the head, at the entrance to Deir Abu Mishaal village, west of Ramallah .  A number of citizens suffocated during the clashes that took place in the town of Beit Dajan in the east, and Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya in the south of the governorate .  Dozens of civilians suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation forces in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron .  The occupation forces suppressed a sit-down condemning the attempts to displace citizens from the communities of Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, after the High Court of Occupation in Jerusalem rejected the petition submitted by the residents of 12 residential communities in the area, against the decision to declare them “firing zones”, which means their demolition and the displacement of approximately 4 thousands of citizens .   Burning vehicles and injuries in settler attacks  A number of settlers set fire to three vehicles belonging to citizens: Mashhour Hassan Shehadeh, Mahmoud Mashhour Shehadeh, and Ismail Hassan Shehadeh, in the village of Urif, south of Nablus .  Earlier, a number of citizens were injured and bruised, when settlers attacked the vehicle of a citizen from the town of Beita while it was passing near the Hawara military checkpoint, south of Nablus .  The settlers also attacked a vehicle near the town of Douma, which shattered its windshield .  At the entrance to the village of Michmas, north of Jerusalem, settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones .  In a similar attack, a number of settlers of the "Gush Etzion" compound threw stones at citizens' vehicles, on Al-Quds-Hebron Street, south of Bethlehem .  A shepherd was wounded and bruised in the shoulder, as a result of the settlers beating him, near the village of Umm al-Khair in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron. The cattle were also hit and their legs broken .  6 detainees in the West Bank and the expulsion of a citizen from Al-Aqsa  The Israeli occupation forces arrested four citizens from the town of Turmusaya, north of Ramallah. They are: Waad Awad Abu Samra, Anas Ziyad Jbara, and the two brothers Abdullah and Abdul Rahman Ali Ratib Al-Khatib .  The Israeli occupation forces also arrested the young Ahmed Rukn, after storming his house in the Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood in Silwan, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque .  And the occupation forces arrested the official of the settlement file in Tubas governorate, Moataz Bisharat, while he was on his land east of Tammun town.  On the other hand, the occupation authorities deported Bilal Mawasi from Baqa al-Gharbiyye inside the 48 lands from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque until the middle of next month .  The occupation forces had arrested Mwasi while he was near Bab al-Silsila, one of the gates of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, in the occupied city of Jerusalem .  The occupation is about to approve 4,000 new settlement units  The Israeli occupation authorities intend to approve the establishment of about 4,000 new settlement units in the West Bank .  And Israeli media reported that the so-called “Settlement Sub-Committee” in the “Supreme Planning Council” will hold a meeting next Thursday, with the aim of depositing and approving new settlement plans that include 3,988 settlement units .  According to the sources, new settlement plans will be deposited for 1,452 housing units in the following settlements: Nokdim, 32 units; "Ma'ale Adumim" 16 units; "Kdomim" 286 units; Dolev 90 units; "Emmanuel" 170 units; "Mavo Horon" 110 units; Shaarei Tikva 192 units; Elkanah 500 units; And "Nagohot" 56 units .  The final approval will also be made at the same meeting on 2,536 housing units in the following settlements: Dolev 364 units; "Ma'aleh Makmash" 114 units; "Shivut Rachel" 534 units; "Nerea" 168 units; "Givat Ze'ev" 136 units; "Efrat" 40 units; "Tsofim" 92 units; "Rivava" 64 units; "Tel Menashe" 107 units; "Betar Illit" 761 units; "Kiryat Arba" 156 units .  Targeting agricultural lands in Khan Yunis with fire  The Israeli occupation forces, using heavy machine guns and tear gas canisters, targeted agricultural lands east of the town of Khuza'a, to the east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, and forced the citizens to leave their lands .  In a later development, the occupation soldiers stationed in the military towers in the so-called "Kisofim" site, northeast of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, fired their heavy machine guns and tear gas canisters at the agricultural lands east of the town, which led to the farmers' exodus from their lands .

Continuing violations of the occupation: injuries, arrests, and attacks on settlers, and a tendency to approve settlement units
 

Governorates Wafa - Friday, the Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers continued their aggression against our people, their sanctities and property, as dozens were injured during confrontations and repression of activities, while settlers burned vehicles and injured citizens in separate attacks, while the occupation opened fire towards agricultural lands in Khan Younis, 5 citizens were arrested, and the Hebrew media reported that Israel is in the process of approving 4,000 new settlement units .

 Wounded during confrontations with the occupation and the repression of activities

Seven civilians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets, and 43 suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the Israeli occupation in the town of Qaryut, south of Nablus .

4 civilians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and dozens suffocated, during the Israeli occupation army's suppression of the weekly march in the town of Kafr Qaddoum, east of Qalqilya .

Two 13-year-old children were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets and dozens of people were injured by suffocation with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation in the town of Beita, south of Nablus .

Two civilians were also wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets in the head, at the entrance to Deir Abu Mishaal village, west of Ramallah .

A number of citizens suffocated during the clashes that took place in the town of Beit Dajan in the east, and Al-Lubban Al-Sharqiya in the south of the governorate .

Dozens of civilians suffocated with tear gas, during confrontations with the occupation forces in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron .

The occupation forces suppressed a sit-down condemning the attempts to displace citizens from the communities of Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, after the High Court of Occupation in Jerusalem rejected the petition submitted by the residents of 12 residential communities in the area, against the decision to declare them “firing zones”, which means their demolition and the displacement of approximately 4 thousands of citizens .

 Burning vehicles and injuries in settler attacks

A number of settlers set fire to three vehicles belonging to citizens: Mashhour Hassan Shehadeh, Mahmoud Mashhour Shehadeh, and Ismail Hassan Shehadeh, in the village of Urif, south of Nablus .

Earlier, a number of citizens were injured and bruised, when settlers attacked the vehicle of a citizen from the town of Beita while it was passing near the Hawara military checkpoint, south of Nablus .

The settlers also attacked a vehicle near the town of Douma, which shattered its windshield .

At the entrance to the village of Michmas, north of Jerusalem, settlers attacked citizens' vehicles with stones .

In a similar attack, a number of settlers of the "Gush Etzion" compound threw stones at citizens' vehicles, on Al-Quds-Hebron Street, south of Bethlehem .

A shepherd was wounded and bruised in the shoulder, as a result of the settlers beating him, near the village of Umm al-Khair in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron. The cattle were also hit and their legs broken .

6 detainees in the West Bank and the expulsion of a citizen from Al-Aqsa

The Israeli occupation forces arrested four citizens from the town of Turmusaya, north of Ramallah. They are: Waad Awad Abu Samra, Anas Ziyad Jbara, and the two brothers Abdullah and Abdul Rahman Ali Ratib Al-Khatib .

The Israeli occupation forces also arrested the young Ahmed Rukn, after storming his house in the Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood in Silwan, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque .

And the occupation forces arrested the official of the settlement file in Tubas governorate, Moataz Bisharat, while he was on his land east of Tammun town.

On the other hand, the occupation authorities deported Bilal Mawasi from Baqa al-Gharbiyye inside the 48 lands from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque until the middle of next month .

The occupation forces had arrested Mwasi while he was near Bab al-Silsila, one of the gates of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, in the occupied city of Jerusalem .

The occupation is about to approve 4,000 new settlement units

The Israeli occupation authorities intend to approve the establishment of about 4,000 new settlement units in the West Bank .

And Israeli media reported that the so-called “Settlement Sub-Committee” in the “Supreme Planning Council” will hold a meeting next Thursday, with the aim of depositing and approving new settlement plans that include 3,988 settlement units .

According to the sources, new settlement plans will be deposited for 1,452 housing units in the following settlements: Nokdim, 32 units; "Ma'ale Adumim" 16 units; "Kdomim" 286 units; Dolev 90 units; "Emmanuel" 170 units; "Mavo Horon" 110 units; Shaarei Tikva 192 units; Elkanah 500 units; And "Nagohot" 56 units .

The final approval will also be made at the same meeting on 2,536 housing units in the following settlements: Dolev 364 units; "Ma'aleh Makmash" 114 units; "Shivut Rachel" 534 units; "Nerea" 168 units; "Givat Ze'ev" 136 units; "Efrat" 40 units; "Tsofim" 92 units; "Rivava" 64 units; "Tel Menashe" 107 units; "Betar Illit" 761 units; "Kiryat Arba" 156 units .

Targeting agricultural lands in Khan Yunis with fire

The Israeli occupation forces, using heavy machine guns and tear gas canisters, targeted agricultural lands east of the town of Khuza'a, to the east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, and forced the citizens to leave their lands .

In a later development, the occupation soldiers stationed in the military towers in the so-called "Kisofim" site, northeast of the town of Qarara, northeast of Khan Yunis, fired their heavy machine guns and tear gas canisters at the agricultural lands east of the town, which led to the farmers' exodus from their lands .

The Palestinian Presidency warns of an Israeli decision that paves the way for the displacement of hundreds of people from the West Bank


Today, Friday, the Palestinian presidency accused Israel of perpetuating the apartheid regime against the Palestinians through measures of home demolitions, evictions and settlement expansion.
 
Friday, the Palestinian presidency warned of the danger of an Israeli judicial decision that paves the way for the deportation of hundreds of Palestinians from the Masafer Yatta area in the southern occupied West Bank.

In a statement, presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh warned of the danger of the Israeli Supreme Court's decision to allow the demolition of more than 12 Palestinian villages in Masafer Yatta in Hebron in the southern West Bank, and the displacement of more than four thousand Palestinians.

Abu Rudeineh said that "the Israeli decision, which affects thousands of Palestinian citizens, including 500 children, amounts to forced displacement and ethnic eviction."

Abu Rudeineh considered that "all of these Israeli measures of demolition, eviction and settlement fall within the framework of the apartheid regime, which the occupation applies to the Palestinians and their lands amid international silence."

He added that this "will have serious repercussions on the ground," holding the Israeli government "fully responsible for the consequences of such decisions."

Abu Rudeineh added: "The American administration must assume its responsibilities towards stopping this Israeli recklessness, which is pushing matters towards escalation and tense atmosphere."

And last Wednesday, an Israeli judicial decision was issued paving the way for the forcible deportation of hundreds of Palestinians from the Masafer Yatta area under the pretext of declaring it a "closed military zone."

And Thursday, the "Norwegian Refugee Council" reported that the Israeli Supreme Court rejected, on Wednesday, all petitions against the forcible deportation of about 1,200 Palestinians from Masafer Yatta, which Israel declared a closed military zone.

Thousands of Palestinians in the southern West Bank face the dangers of displacement from their lands, which the Israeli army says it uses as training areas.

According to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Israeli authorities have demolished or confiscated 217 Palestinian structures in the "firing zone" since 2011, displacing 608 Palestinians.

The Israeli authorities refer to the area in Masafer Yatta as "Firing Zone 918".
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