Israeli Occupation Forces
Kidnap 4 Palestinians, Construct Wall Around Qalandia, Invade Jenin and
Jericho Village of Fasayel
May 10, 2011
Israeli Occupation Army Starts Wall Construction Around
Palestinian Town North of Jerusalem
Tuesday May 10, 2011 03:23 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies
Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation army started the
construction of a segment of the illegal Israeli Annexation Wall, around
Qalandia Palestinian town, north of occupied East Jerusalem.
sources said that several army bulldozers supported by armored military
jeeps invaded the area and started leveling Palestinian lands to prepare
them for Wall construction.
The Annexation wall will eventually
divide Qalandia into two sectors while isolating dozens of Dunams of
Palestinian farmlands as they will be on “the Israeli side” of the Wall.
There are at least 1100 Palestinians living in Qalandia and they
fear that they will eventually be living in a ghetto, isolated from the
rest of the West Bank.
The wall devastates the educational,
social and economic lives of the residents and also denies them access
to medical facilities in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Palestinians villages in the West Bank became totally surrounded by the
Wall, while the soldiers open or close Wall gate whenever they want.
In mid-2004, the International Court at the Hague issued an advisory
dubbing the Annexation Wall as illegal as it is mainly built deep into
the occupied territories, and not on the border line between the
Palestinians areas and Israel, and isolates dozens of villages in
addition to isolating thousands of farmers from their lands.
Israeli Occupation Army Invades A Village Near Jericho
Tuesday May 10, 2011 03:15 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli occupation soldiers invaded on Monday the Fasayel village,
north of the West Bank city of Jericho, broke into a home and installed
Local sources reported that the army violently
broke into a home in the village causing damage, while the soldiers
interrogated the residents.
Troops also installed a roadblock at
the southern entrance of Jericho, stopped dozens of vehicles and
interrogated several residents while checking their ID cards.
army claimed that it is searching for farm tractors “illegally” own by
In related news, a group of illegal
fundamentalist Israeli settlers closed Road #60, near Fasayel village,
and placed rocks in the street.
The army was present in the area
but did not attempt to remove the settlers.
A settler group said
that the settlers were marking the anniversary of a Jewish settler who
was killed in the area.
Israeli Occupation Soldiers Kidnap Four Palestinians In the
Tuesday May 10, 2011 02:49 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli occupation soldiers kidnapped, on Monday at dawn, four
Palestinians during a number of invasions and attacks targeting several
areas in the occupied West Bank.
The Israeli occupation army
broke into several homes forcing the residents, including children, out
of their homes for several hours while the soldiers violently searched
the properties causing damage.
Local sources reported that
kidnapped Assy Martin Qassis at the Etzion military and security base,
south of Bethlehem, as he headed there after receiving a military order
in this regard.
Later on, soldiers invaded Qassis’s city, Beit
Sahour, and kidnapped Martin’s wife and his mother, the Palestine
Information Center reported.
Furthermore, troops kidnapped a
16-year-old child identified as Abdul-Hami Ismail Jaafra, from Tarqoumia
town, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.
invaded Hebron and searched several neighborhoods before handing a
resident, identified as Sufian Arafa, a military order to head to the
nearest security base for questioning.
Later on, troops invaded
the Hebron areas of Al-Reehiyya, Doura and Al-Fawwar refugee camp, held
and interrogated several residents.
Israeli Occupation Army Invades Jenin
Tuesday May 10, 2011 02:27 by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli occupation soldiers invaded on Monday afternoon the southern
area of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and surrounded the Jenin
branch of the Al-Quds Open University.
that several armored military vehicles invaded the Bir Jamal area and
sealed several roads leading to the university.
stopped several residents and checked their identity cards in a
provocative way, the sources said.
installed a roadblock in Al-Suwaitat area on the main road that leads to
Palestinian villages west of Jenin.
Troops stopped dozens of
vehicles and searched them while interrogating the residents and
checking their identity cards.
Earlier on Monday, Israeli
soldiers kidnapped four Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank
, and took them to unknown destinations.
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