The organisation has investigated four emblematic cases where Israeli forces used unlawful lethal force – three incidents in October and one in November – which resulted in the unlawful killing of 20 Palestinians, including seven children. Amnesty’s research also found that Israeli forces obstructed medical assistance to people with life-threatening ...
The Palestinian Prisoners Club and Prisoners Affairs Authority said in a joint statement that the number of Palestinian detainees in the West Bank had risen to 5,835 since Oct. 7, following the Israeli army’s “arrest of 15 Palestinians on Friday/Saturday night.”
"We are open to all national components to rebuild our national reference under the umbrella of the Palestine Liberation Organisation democratically, in addition to agreeing to a national government for the West Bank and the Gaza Strip," he said in a recorded speech.
The director of the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission office in Bethlehem, Hassan Breijieh, reported that settlers used drones to pour nitric acid directly onto the tent belonging to Mohammad Awad Al-Rashayida, 40, while he and his family were inside. The tent was damaged significantly.
According to the statement, the prisoners were arrested from their homes or while passing through military checkpoints where some of them had been forced to surrender themselves under pressure after members of their families were held as hostages.