“I am deeply alarmed and saddened by the continuing cycle of violence in the occupied West Bank. The deaths today of nine Palestinians, including militants and one woman, during an Israeli arrest operation in Jenin is another stark example," Wennesland said in a statement.
"A group of settlers established a settlement outpost on the lands of Jureesh town, south of Nablus," Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors settlement activities in the northern West Bank, told Anadolu.
The anti-Zionist operations of the Palestinians' resistance fighters in response to the crimes of the Zionist regime in various areas of the West Bank have increased greatly in recent months. In such a way that the political leaders and military and security institutions of this regime admit their inability to deal with these operations and ...
Speaking to Israeli Radio 103FM, Fogel said: "I hope that Israel is able to defend its rights in the areas it has the right to annex and build settlements. I hope Israel is able to express this in the future."
Following a drastic increase in attacks against the Palestinians in the Occupied West Bank, he told a UN Security Council briefing, "High levels of violence in the Occupied West Bank and Israel in recent months, including attacks against Israeli and Palestinian civilians, increased use of arms, and settler-related violence, have caused grave human ...
This comes after the stabbing and hit and run attack near the illegal Ariel settlement yesterday, and the death of the 18-year-old Palestinian Muhammad Murad Souf from the town of Haris, in the Salfit district.
Six Palestinians were killed and 28 were injured by Israeli forces during two Israeli undercover military operations in the old city of Nablus and Jenin refugee camp on 25 October and on 3 November, it said.
They said that Israeli police detained at least 10 Palestinian workers from inside Israel, close to the permanently staffed Jalameh and Bart‘a checkpoints, northeast and southwest of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, purportedly for lacking entry permits.
Palestinian traders and officials from Nablus, the major commercial hub in the West Bank, said that the Israeli siege has suffocated the city and its residents and resulted in economic losses that require much time to recover.
Forces detained three teenagers; one aged 16 and two aged 17, during a military raid overnight Thursday into the village of Ma’in to the south of Hebron, during which forces attacked residents’ homes with a barrage of tear gas canisters, causing panic and fear among residents. No injuries were reported.
Called for by the Maryland-based MD 2 Palestine, the activists first gathered in front of the Washington Monument in DC and marched through the busy downtown streets of the city waving Palestinian flags and banners and chanting in support of Palestine, including “No more money for Israel’s crimes”.
Violence between Palestinians and Israeli forces has erupted in recent days in east Jerusalem after the Israeli army imposed a dayslong siege on the Shuafat refugee camp in east Jerusalem, following the killing of a female soldier in a shooting attack Oct. 9 at the checkpoint set up at the entrance of the camp.
The rampage, which has been going on for several days but has intensified in recent days as settlers, who are armed, have called on their army to wage a major military assault against the Palestinian cities in the occupied territories in order to provide them with the security they need to keep expanding their illegal settlements at the expense of ...