Israeli Court Sentences Youngest Detainee To Four months

17 JAN 8:47 AM On Monday, the Ofer Israeli military court, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, sentenced a Palestinian girl, only thirteen years of age, to four months in prison, and 25000 Shekels fine. The child was abducted along with her sister, on January 13, 2018, while walking near the Ibrahimi Mosque, in Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank. Her sister also had a court session, Monday, but the judge delayed the deliberations in her case. (Source / 17.01.2018) Advertisements Continue reading Israeli Court Sentences Youngest Detainee To Four months

Yesh Din: 15 settler attacks against Palestinians in three days

The 1948 occupied Palestine-based Yesh Din human rights organization said on Tuesday that the Israeli settlers have carried out 15 attacks against Palestinian property in the West Bank in just three days. Firas Alami, the director of the organization’s field research department, said that Yesh Din two days ago sent an urgent letter to the Israeli military commander in the West Bank asking him to do his duty to protect the Palestinian civilians who are regularly attacked by settlers. Alami added that hundreds of Israeli settlers attacked the villages of Fara’ta and Urif inflicting severe damages on the Palestinians’ houses … Continue reading Yesh Din: 15 settler attacks against Palestinians in three days

Israeli authorities demolish Palestinian house in Jerusalem

Bulldozers belonging to Israel’s Jerusalem municipality, escorted by a military force, on Wednesday demolished a Palestinian house in Beit Hanina neighborhood north of Occupied Jerusalem for allegedly being unlicensed. The PIC reporter said that the Israeli police besieged the area before and during the demolition operation. (Source / 17.01.2018) Continue reading Israeli authorities demolish Palestinian house in Jerusalem

Israeli court extends detention of Ahed Tamimi

Israeli Ofer military court on Wednesday afternoon extended the detention of the Palestinian teenager Ahed al-Tamimi, 16, until the end of the month to complete the investigation procedures. The extension order, which was made for the fifth time, was issued upon request by Israeli military prosecution for the claim of preparing an indictment against the detained girl. Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested Ahed during a dawn raid on December 19 in Nabi Saleh village near Ramallah under the pretext of slapping an Israeli soldier as she was attempting to drive him out of her family’s property 4 days earlier. (Source … Continue reading Israeli court extends detention of Ahed Tamimi

IOF seizes security cameras from gas station south Nablus

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Wednesday afternoon confiscated surveillance cameras from al-Khawaja gas station in Jammain town to the south of Nablus city in the northern West Bank. Eyewitnesses said that IOF soldiers raided the town and seized the cameras of the gas station. Both of Nablus and Jenin cities as well as other nearby towns and villages have recently come under Israeli raids where similar confiscations have been done since the killing of an Israeli settler in the area one week ago. (Source / 17.01.2018) Continue reading IOF seizes security cameras from gas station south Nablus

IOF arrested 118 Palestinians in Gaza in 2017

Palestinian Prisoners Center for Studies documented 118 arrests including children, women and sick people at the hands of Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) during the year 2017 in the Gaza Strip. The spokesman of the Center, Riyad al-Ashqar, said that the Israeli arrests affected 2 tradesmen, 2 sick men, 52 men who tried to pass through the security fence between Gaza and 1948 Occupied Palestine, and 43 fishermen. He pointed out that the arrests also affected women, university students, academicians, and members of prisoners’ families. Two employees who work for international organizations were among the arrested as well, he highlighted. Some … Continue reading IOF arrested 118 Palestinians in Gaza in 2017

UNRWA starts cutting aid to Palestinian refugees

Donors blackmails the Palestinians as they want them to resume fake peace talks with Israel UN Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) has started cutting aid offered to Palestinian refuges in the Middle East, informed official told Safa News Agency. The official revealed the UNRWA sent 100 refugee workers in Amman away as part of its plan to rationalise its spending. About the reason for the cuts, the official said that the UNRWA has been suffering from severe budget deficit which has sharply increased since the start of 2017. In addition, the official said that the US warning to slash its … Continue reading UNRWA starts cutting aid to Palestinian refugees