Articles tagged with: Palestine Solidarity Project
Features, Other, Politics, Settler Attack, Settler Violence »
Extremist Israeli settlers attacked a Palestinian home with fire bombs and rocks in the village of Duma south of Nablus in the northern West Bank on Saturday morning, Palestinian officials told Ma’an. Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors settler activities in the northern West Bank, told Ma’an that “a number of extremist settlers hurled two fire bombs at the home of Mahmoud Fazza al-Kaabna.”
The fire bombs, Daghlas said, landed on the outer wall of the home near a window, but did not make it inside the house. The attackers also hurled stones at the house, with one of them hitting al-Kaabna in the abdomen. The settler attack took place a week … Continue reading
Features, Other, Politics, Settler Attack, Settler Violence »
The killing of a one and a half year old infant, Ali Sa’ed Dawabshe, and the serious injury of his mother Riham and toddler brother Ahmed, after a suspected arson attack by Israeli civilians burned their home, was only a matter of time. This, due to the authorities’ policy to avoid enforcing the law on Israelis who harm Palestinians and their property. This policy creates impunity for hate crimes, and encourages assailants to continue, leading to this morning’s horrific result.
In recent years, Israeli civilians set fire to dozens of Palestinian homes, mosques, businesses, agricultural land and vehicles in the West Bank. The vast majority of these cases … Continue reading
Arrest, Features, Other, Politics, Qalandiya, ramallah district, Soldier Violence »
Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Monday morning have shot dead Mohammed Abu Lateefa (18) during Israeli raid on Qalandia refugee camp near Ramallah. Israeli police said the IOF broke into Qalandia camp near to arrest two Palestinians, raiding houses. The Israeli border police forces opened fire at Abu Lateefa as he was running away across a roof. The martyr’s body was detained for a full hour before IOF finally handed it to the family.
Arrest, Beit Ommar, Direct Action, Features, Hebron District, Night Raid, Other, Politics, Soldier Violence »
Even his funeral was attacked, The Funeral of Falah Abu Maria (52 years old) who was killed Thursday 23 July at 3:00 inside his house and in front of his family in cold blood by Zionist occupation forces. Zionist occupation forces again attacked the funeral with hundreds of tear gas canisters 300 meters before the cemetery, only few people succeeded to reach the cemetery and bury the martyr.
More than 12 citizens were shot by the fascist soldiers using live ammunition and rubber coated metal bullets in addition to hundreds who suffered tear gas suffocation. The fascist attack started today at 3:00am when terrorist Zionist occupation forces … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Direct Action, Features, Hebron District, Night Raid, Other, Politics, Soldier Violence »
Israeli forces killed Faleh Abu Maria, 50, in his home the morning of 23 July. At approximately 3am, dozens of Israeli soldiers attacked Saleh Abu Maria’s house. When he refused to open the door, they began shooting live ammunition. He was shot in the chest and pronounced dead at Al Ahli Hospital in Al Khalil/Hebron. He is survived by 9 children.
The funeral and a demonstration took place 24 July. See report on that event. Funerals in Beit Ommar for those killed by the Israeli military are often also violently attacked, with multiple young men killed at … Continue reading
Israeli authorities ordered the demolition of homes in a village south of Hebron to be carried out after Ramadan, Israeli watchdogs said on Wednesday.
Rabbis for Human Rights and B’Tselem said in a statement that pressure from Israeli settlers had led to the decision to carry out demolition orders in the village of Khirbet Susiya after Ramadan, although a high court hearing regarding the case is currently scheduled for August 3.
The Israeli Civil Administration, the Israeli army, and the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) office announced the demolition order to the villagers in a meeting on Sunday.
Khirbet Susiya has … Continue reading
One year ago, Gaza was targeted in a major 50-day Israeli military operation. More than 2 000 Palestinians were killed, and a third of the population was internally displaced, with thousands of homes and buildings destroyed or damaged. Key infrastructure, including Gaza’s only power plant, its electricity network and water and sanitation facilities, were badly damaged. The impact on the Palestinian territory – already affected by an eight-year Israeli blockade – preventing the freedom of movement of people and goods, has been devastating.
Today, nearly 80% of the population relies on international aid, with poverty rates increasing and unemployment recorded at 43% at the end of … Continue reading
Arrest, Features, Hunger Strikers, Other, Politics »
Adnan, who staged one of the longest hunger strikes in history in 2012, is showing sharp weight loss and low heart rate as a result of his ongoing protest of being held in Israeli prison under administrative detention, PA offical Issa Qaraqe said. Adnan, a father of six children, was detained on July 8, 2014 and sentenced to administrative detention for the 10th time in his life. Palestinians held in administrative detention can be held without charge or trial for months or years, and are denied access to the evidence that led to their detention.
In an open letter released last month, Adnan wrote that … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Direct Action, Farming, Features, Hebron District, Other, Politics »
On Thursday, May 21, 2015
The name of the Land: “40 land” = ??? ????????.
The size of the land: 27 Dunums = 2.7 Hectares.
The location of the land: Near the Main Street (Road 60) and East of Karmi Tzur settlement. (In the middle of both).
Type of the land: Stood land, which means several families own it.
Name of the Project: Enhance Livelihood of Poor Families in Area C.
The Date of project started: On May 20, 215.
Expected length for the Project: 5 Months.
Number of Beneficiaries: More than 15 families.
Stages of work: three Stages.
Stage 1 include Building Retaining walls, install iron columns and putting the fence.
Stage 2 include Tillage the soil, Plant the land and establishing the pool.
However, planting trees will be on the … Continue reading
Al-Jab'a, Features, Hebron District, Other, Politics, Roadblock Removal »
Al Jab’a is a small village situated in central West Bank not far from the 1948 Green Line and is home to approximately 800 Palestinians. As the village is surrounded by multiple illegal Israeli settlements in the vicinity of Gush Etzion, the Palestinians of Al Jab’a must contend with an alarming amount of discrimination. This includes the confiscation of their land by the Israeli government, the destruction of their olive trees at the hands of Jewish settlers and more. Indeed, Israel’s policies towards the residents of Al Jaba are structured in such a way so as to encourage these Palestinians to give up and leave their homes and the surrounding area.
Israeli … Continue reading