Articles tagged with: political prisoners
Arrest, Bail, Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Night Raid, Soldier Violence »
Palestinian boy is free from jail, but not from nightmares
Hamzeh Abu Hashem, who was wounded by dogs from the IDF canine unit, is finally free from prison. We met a broken and shaken boy.
By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac
This teenager needs psychological therapy. He stares at the floor, grimaces when asked to relate what happened to him a few months ago, and doesn’t sleep at night. His parents are aware of his situation. But there’s no one to help him, much less pay for any … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Features, Hebron District »
From Ma’an News Agency:
HEBRON (Ma’an) — A Palestinian man was shot and killed by Israeli forces on Friday at the funeral for his cousin in the town of Beit Ummar near Hebron.
Ziyad Omar Musleh Awad, 27, was killed by Israeli forces and thirteen others injured when soldiers opened fire on mourners at the funeral of Jaafar Awad, 22, who died at 2:45 a.m. Friday morning from health complications that rapidly deteriorated while being held in Israeli prison.
Medical sources told Ma’an that Jaafar had succumbed to the illness at the al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron.
Three Palestinians … Continue reading
Late at night on Wednesday, October 9, 2013, Israeli Forces arrested two brothers on the main street adjacent to the village of Beit Ommar in the Hebron district of the southern West Bank. The brothers, Bader, age 17, and Mohammed age 13, Ali Abu Maria are residents of the village. Israeli Forces in jeeps entered an area near the entrance of the village off of Route 60, the main Jerusalem-Hebron road and arrested the younger brother.
Soldiers then arrested Bader when he attempted to intervene to protest the detention of his younger brother. When the boys’ family and concerned village residents arrived try to stop the arrest, the Israeli Forces threw tear gas and sound bombs. The … Continue reading
Beit Ommar »
On the 20th of June 2013 beginning around 3am, the Israeli occupation forces stormed Beit Ommar north of Hebron using three APC’s and more than 100 soldiers in a sustained invasion of the town. The forces were accompanied by dogs and intelligence officers who broke down doors of the homes they raided over the next four hours.
First, the IOF prevented residents from making their way to the mosque for morning prayers and then started to invade and ransack houses throughout the town. The IOF entered the home of Issa Ali Soleibi, and attempted to arrest his son, Mohammed, but he was not at home. They then ordered … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Night Raid, Other, Politics »
On the 20th of May 2013 the Israeli occupation forces stormed Beit Ommar town and they were searching for something in the farm lands and houses using dogs and automatic machines “some of these house belongs to Jamal Hasan” the Israeli occupation forces were looking for his sons Rabe’ 17 years old and Malik 15 years that they are ex-prisoners and the house of Yaser Mohammad Zaqeeq looking for his son Ahmad 19 years old ex-prisoner, but the IOF didn’t find any of the youths.
The Israeli occupation forces gave these families reports to meet the Israeli intelligence at Gush Etzion, these families refused to take these reports. When the Israeli occupation forces finished searching in the houses they moved to … Continue reading
Arrest, Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Other, Politics »
Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Other, Politics, Soldier Violence »
On the 13th of May 2013 at 3:30am, a military force about fourteen soldiers stormed the area of Abu Hashem’s family, they searched the area by dogs for more one hour, after that the moved to the down town, while they moving before trapping the house of the former Mayor Nasri Sabarna they were shooting fire, tear gas and sound bombs.
Where some of the soldiers climbed some nearby rooftops overlooking the home of Nasri Sabarna, after that the IOF and the Israeli intelligence stormed the house of Mr. Nasri, they start searching the house and outside the house, the children were crying, the women were screaming.
The Israeli officer start asking many questions for Nasri and his son Yousef, the officer … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Other, Politics, Soldier Violence »
On Friday 10th of May 2013, twenty people were injured in a clashes in the town of Beit Ommar between the IOF and the people of Beit Ommar, including two head injury and three injury moved to the hospital in Hebron, seventeen of them were treated in the field.
Three injured in their heads by rubber bullets, Ibrahem Fathe Mohammad Awad 21 years old injured in the back of his head and moved to Alahli hospital, Imad Ahmad Khalel Abu Hashem 24 years old he injured by rubber bullets in his head and moved to Alya Hospital in Hebron and Ibrahem Khalel Mahmoud Abu Dayya 22 years old he injured by four rubber bullets in a different places in his, they … Continue reading
Beit Ommar, Direct Action, Hebron District, Other, Politics »
Friday 26th of April the Popular Committee of Beit Ommar, PSP, members of the Women Committee together with international and Israeli activists organized their weekly demonstration near the settlement of Karmei Tzur.
The demonstrators had prepared one hundred balloons filled with helium. The activists made a parade, chanting slogans and carrying Palestinian flags and the balloons to the scene. Written messages with names of Palestinian political prisoners in Israeli jails were attached to the balloons and released into the air.
The activists managed to get to the gate of Karmei Tzur. One of the settlers living there, … Continue reading
Betlehem District, checkpoints, Other »
On Sunday 21st of April, Manar Zawareh was released after spending one year in an Israeli prison, a statement issued by the Detainees’ Center in Bethlehem said.
The Center arranged an event to celebrate her homecoming and Zawareh called for the release of female detainees in Israeli prisons. She told the participants that there are fourteen female prisoners in Israel’s Hasharon prison and she described the conditions as dire.
The names of the prisoners are Lina Ahmad Jarbony, Salwa Abed Al’zez Hassan, Ala’ Issa Aljo’ba, Hadeel Talal Abu Torky, Asmaa Yousef Albatran, An’am Abed Aljabar Hasanat, Nawal Sa’ed Alsa’de, Muna Hseen Ga’dan, Intesar Mohammad Alsayad, Ala’ Mohammad Qasem Abu Zeton, Naheel … Continue reading