6 Palestinians, including a child, were injured during the occupation forces storming a camp in Jericho

6 Palestinians, including a child, were injured during the occupation forces storming a camp in Jericho The official Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, reported that 6 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets during the army’s raid into a camp in the city of Jericho, east of the occupied West Bank. It indicated that the occupation forces surrounded the house of Wael Awadat Al-Muqaiti in the camp before arresting him.  On Monday, 6 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces, during the army’s raid into a camp in the city of Jericho, east of the occupied West Bank.  The official Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, quoted the director of Jericho Governmental Hospital, Nasser Anani, as saying, "4 Palestinians, including a child, were wounded by live bullets, and two others were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, during the Israeli forces' storming of Aqabat Jaber camp, south of Jericho."  "Wafa" stated that "the occupation forces stormed the camp and surrounded the home of Wael Awadat Al-Muqaiti, who is the father of the two martyrs, Raafat and Ibrahim Awadat, before arresting him."  The Israeli army killed Raafat and Ibrahim Awadat during its storming of the Aqabat Jaber camp on February 6.   The Palestinian agency reported that "undercover soldiers (disguised as Palestinian civilians) preceded the Israeli army's storming of the camp."  And she explained that the army withdrew from the city and the camp at the present time, while the army did not issue an immediate comment on this operation until 14:45 GMT.  In turn, the Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) stated in a statement that, "during its aggression against Aqabat Jabr camp, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Wael Abdel Hafez Awadat (52 years old)."  The Captive Club pointed out that the number of arrest cases in Jericho governorate has reached about 90 cases since the beginning of this year, the majority of which were concentrated in Aqabat Jabr camp.  Tensions have been escalating sharply across the occupied West Bank for months, amid repeated Israeli military raids on Palestinian towns.      In the wake of earthquake protests, an agreement to postpone passing the "Judicial Reform" plan in Israel The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, agreed to postpone the passage of legislation related to the "Judiciary Reform" plan until the next parliamentary session of the Knesset, in the wake of severe protests in Israel rejecting the plan.  The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, agreed to postpone the passage of legislation related to the "Judiciary Reform" plan until the next parliamentary session of the Knesset (parliament), and that this should happen through dialogue.  This came on Monday in a statement by the far-right "Jewish Power" party, which is led by Ben Gvir, which Anadolu Agency reviewed.  The statement said that Netanyahu and Ben Gvir agreed "to grant the government an extension to the next (parliamentary) session to pass reform through dialogue."  The package of legislation for the controversial "judicial reform" plan was scheduled to end during the Knesset's winter parliamentary session, which ends on April 2.   The next parliamentary session of the Knesset begins on April 30 and continues until July 30, 2023, according to the official Knesset website.  On Sunday evening, Netanyahu sacked Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, a day after the latter called on the government to halt the controversial "judicial reform" law.  As a result, Israel witnessed massive night protests, which continued until the dawn hours of Monday.   For nearly 12 weeks, tens of thousands of Israelis have been demonstrating daily against the "judicial reform" plan that the Netanyahu government intends to implement.  The plan includes amendments that limit the powers of the Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority) and give the government the power to appoint judges.

The official Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, reported that 6 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets during the army’s raid into a camp in the city of Jericho, east of the occupied West Bank. It indicated that the occupation forces surrounded the house of Wael Awadat Al-Muqaiti in the camp before arresting him.

On Monday, 6 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces, during the army’s raid into a camp in the city of Jericho, east of the occupied West Bank.

The official Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, quoted the director of Jericho Governmental Hospital, Nasser Anani, as saying, "4 Palestinians, including a child, were wounded by live bullets, and two others were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, during the Israeli forces' storming of Aqabat Jaber camp, south of Jericho."

"Wafa" stated that "the occupation forces stormed the camp and surrounded the home of Wael Awadat Al-Muqaiti, who is the father of the two martyrs, Raafat and Ibrahim Awadat, before arresting him."

The Israeli army killed Raafat and Ibrahim Awadat during its storming of the Aqabat Jaber camp on February 6.

The Palestinian agency reported that "undercover soldiers (disguised as Palestinian civilians) preceded the Israeli army's storming of the camp."

And she explained that the army withdrew from the city and the camp at the present time, while the army did not issue an immediate comment on this operation until 14:45 GMT.

In turn, the Palestinian Prisoners Club (non-governmental) stated in a statement that, "during its aggression against Aqabat Jabr camp, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Wael Abdel Hafez Awadat (52 years old)."

The Captive Club pointed out that the number of arrest cases in Jericho governorate has reached about 90 cases since the beginning of this year, the majority of which were concentrated in Aqabat Jabr camp.

Tensions have been escalating sharply across the occupied West Bank for months, amid repeated Israeli military raids on Palestinian towns.

In the wake of earthquake protests, an agreement to postpone passing the "Judicial Reform" plan in Israel

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, agreed to postpone the passage of legislation related to the "Judiciary Reform" plan until the next parliamentary session of the Knesset, in the wake of severe protests in Israel rejecting the plan.

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, agreed to postpone the passage of legislation related to the "Judiciary Reform" plan until the next parliamentary session of the Knesset (parliament), and that this should happen through dialogue.

This came on Monday in a statement by the far-right "Jewish Power" party, which is led by Ben Gvir, which Anadolu Agency reviewed.

The statement said that Netanyahu and Ben Gvir agreed "to grant the government an extension to the next (parliamentary) session to pass reform through dialogue."

The package of legislation for the controversial "judicial reform" plan was scheduled to end during the Knesset's winter parliamentary session, which ends on April 2.

The next parliamentary session of the Knesset begins on April 30 and continues until July 30, 2023, according to the official Knesset website.

On Sunday evening, Netanyahu sacked Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, a day after the latter called on the government to halt the controversial "judicial reform" law.

As a result, Israel witnessed massive night protests, which continued until the dawn hours of Monday.


For nearly 12 weeks, tens of thousands of Israelis have been demonstrating daily against the "judicial reform" plan that the Netanyahu government intends to implement.

The plan includes amendments that limit the powers of the Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority) and give the government the power to appoint judges.
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