Archive for the ‘Revolution Palestine’ Category
GAZA, (PIC)– An exhibition for national products was held by the Islamic University in the blockaded Gaza Strip as part of a national and international campaign to boycott Israeli products. The exhibition, bearing the slogan “Gaza: Resistance and Boycott,” has been held to boost consumption of local Palestinian products. Head of the Islamic University, Dr. Adel Awad, said during the inauguration: “Today the academic field and the economic sector have joined forces to support national products.” “The Islamic University is trying its best to work out industrial problems through applied scientific research,” said Awad. “Gaza is not a dumping ground for Israeli products. Palestinians should have access to good-quality national products.” Chairman of the International Relations and Boycott Campaign Committee, Dr. Basem Naim, said boosting consumption of national products is an efficient means to minimize consumption of Israeli products. “Despite the Israeli siege and tough circumstances, the national manufacturer is able to survive thanks to his/her top-quality products,” citizen Tamer Abu Shamam said as he exposed samples of solar energy systems, power adapters, battery chargers, and lighting devices manufactured by a local company. Hamza al-Sharfa, who presented samples of Palestinian perfumes, expressed his pride and delight over the exhibition, saying supporting national products is a sign of economic resistance and a challenge to the tough siege.
(Source / 25.04.2016)
BETHLEHEM, (PIC)– A video clip published on social media networks showed a group of resistance fighters of al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas Movement, paying a visit to the family of martyr Abdulhamid Abu Srour who carried out an anti-occupation attack in Occupied Jerusalem last week. The video demonstrated masked fighters in military uniform offering their condolences to the martyr’s mother in the first show of al-Qassam members in Bethlehem since the beginning of the ongoing Jerusalem Intifada. The Qassam members delivered a speech in which they expressed their pride of the martyr’s attack which resulted in 20 injuries among Israelis.
(Source / 24.04.2016)
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Higher Follow-up Committee for Arab Citizens has urged the Palestinians in the 1948 occupied lands to actively participate in the “march of return” slated to take place on May 12 in the Negev to mark the Nakba (catastrophe) anniversary. In a press release on Saturday, the committee said that the march would confirm the Palestinian people’s deeply-rooted sense of belonging to their land and their right to liberate from the yoke of occupation and establish an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital. The committee also called for participating in activities and events to be held soon in solidarity with Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands.
(Source / 24.04.2016)
RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Palestinian hunger striking prisoner Sami Janazra suffered a head injury after he fell unconscious on the ground during his transfer on Thursday from Negev jail to solitary confinement in Ela prison. According to the Palestinian commission for detainees’ affairs, prisoner Janazra has been on hunger strike for over 50 days, which led to a serious decline in his health condition. The prisoner is a resident of al-Fawwar refugee camp and married with three children.
(Source / 22.04.2016)
Palestinian Authority Security forces. [File photo]
The Palestinian interior ministry in Gaza carried out on Tuesday a series of exercises to check its preparedness in the event of another Israeli attack.
Large explosions were heard in the main headquarters of the Palestinian police in central Gaza city in the morning.
In less than a minute, all the offices were evacuated and the main and valuable files and equipment were in safe places outside the buildings. The interior ministry’s paramedics rushed to the area and evacuated a number of police officers who pretended to be injured.
Other explosions were heard near the beach. Another one was heard in the centre of one of the busiest commercial places in Gaza. The police and firefighters rushed to the scene and practiced evacuating those inside.
The interior ministry warned the public about the exercises a day before they were carried out.
Spokesman of the Interior Ministry in Gaza Iyad al-Bozom said that these exercises were carried out to test the ability of the ministry staff to react to another Israeli offensive.
(Source / 20.04.2016)
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– At least 16 Molotov cocktails were thrown by Palestinian young men on Tuesday evening at Israeli soldiers and settlers in different areas of east Jerusalem. According to the Hebrew website 0404, Palestinian teenagers threw six homemade incendiary bombs at Israeli police forces in Issawiya district, east Jerusalem. The website did not state if the attacks caused injuries among the police forces. Quds Press, for its part, stated that violent clashes started in Issawiya when a large number of Israeli policemen invaded its neighborhoods, adding that the invading police forces were attacked with several petrol bombs during the events. 10 Molotov cocktails were also hurled at a bus carrying Jewish settlers in Ein Loza neighborhood in Silwan district. 0404 website said that the incendiary attack caused fire damage to the bus and a trauma to one of the passengers. In another incident, young men threw stones yesterday at the Israeli light rail train as it was passing through Shuafat neighborhood in Jerusalem and caused some damage to its windows.
(Source / 20.04.2016)
GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas Movement’s armed wing, al-Qassem Brigades, vowed Sunday in televised statements to release all Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli jails. On the Palestinian Prisoner Day, spokesman for the Brigades Abu Obeida stressed that a new prisoner swap deal is coming soon. “We will keep our promise to them (prisoners) regardless of the cost”, he continued. “We have what will help achieve an honorable deal and satisfy our people and nation, Abu Obeida vowed. “Israeli leaders must know well that our prisoners are backed by brave men.” In this regard, Abu Obeida warned the Israeli authorities of any attempt to evade from paying the price. There are currently 7,200 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails including 450 children and 69 women.
(Source / 17.04.2016)