7 Palestinians Killed, 375 Detained by Israeli
Occupation Forces in April, More Kidnapping of Palestinians, Firing on
May 1, 2015
Israeli occupation soldiers invading the Palestinian City of
Israeli occupation navy vessel intimidating a Palestinian
fisherman in Gaza Sea
Israel fires at Gaza fishermen, nabs youth on way to seek
1-5-2015 9:16 AM
Click to Enlarge GAZA, (PIC)--
The Israeli occupation navy on Friday opened heavy machinegun fire at
Palestinian fishing vessels off the Gaza coast, just a few hours before
a Palestinian youth was kidnapped by the Israeli army near the border
Media sources said the Israeli occupation warships
unleashed spates of machinegun fire on a fleet of sihing vessels off the
Gaza waters, resulting in remarkable material damage. No injuries have
been reported so far.
The same sources said there were no
identifiable reasons for the random fire shooting as the fishermen were
sailing within less than four nautical miles.
represents another episode in the series of Israeli violations of the
Cairo-brokered truce accord signed in the wake of last-summer’s Israeli
offensive on the besieged coastal enclave. Ever since, the Israeli
occupation has reportedly been marring the lives of Gaza’s fishermen,
who put out to sea to earn a living for their starved children.
In a separate incident, earlier overnight on Thursday, the Israeli
occupation army claimed responsibility for the abduction of a
Palestinian youngster as he tried to infiltrate into an
Israeli-controlled Kibbutz in the region of Eshkol, to the south of
The Israeli soldiers dragged the detainee to the Shabak
detention center, pending further investigation.
into Israeli-run areas have been on the rise due to the high
unemployment and poverty rates rocking the blockaded coastal enclave.
IOF breaks into Nablus, Bethlehem
1-5-2015 10:17 AM
Click to Enlarge NABLUS, (PIC)--
The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) carried out at dawn Friday a
large-scale raid and search campaign in Beit Furik town to the east of
Nablus, and Fardies village in Nablus.
A number of Israeli
military vehicles stormed in large numbers Beit Furik town since the
early morning hours and violently broke into a number of local homes,
eyewitnesses told PIC reporter.
Few hours later, the Israeli
forces withdrew from the town towards Itmar settlement built illegally
on Palestinian lands in the town.
Along the same line, IOF raided
at dawn today Fardies town to the east of Bethlehem and handed over a
young man a summons order.
The 32-year-old Yacub Asakereh was
summoned for interrogation in Ghush Etizon settlement bloc to the south
of Bethlehem after IOF brutally stormed his home.
arrested overnight a Palestinian youth from Silat Harthiya town in Jenin
at Karama border crossing that links between Jordan and occupied West
Local sources confirmed that Abdel Raouf Khabas, 23, was
detained at Karama crossing while in his way to Jordan. He was taken to
an Israeli investigation center.
7 Palestinians killed, 375 detained by IOF in April
1-5-2015 9:09 AM
Click to Enlarge RAMALLAH, (PIC)--
At least six Palestinian civilians were killed and some 375 others
were detained by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) during the month of
April, a report issued by the Ahrar Center for Prisoner Studies and
Human Rights found out.
The report identified five murdered West
Bankers as 22-year-old Ja’afar Awad, 27-year-old Ziad Omar Awad,
31-year-old Mohamed Jasem Karakra, 20-year-old Mahmoud Yahya Abu
Jheisha, and 21-year-old Mohamed Morad Saleh Yahya.
Aleiwa Nidhal Aleiwa, 22, succumbed to the wounds he sustained in the
latest Israeli offensive on the blockaded Gaza Strip last summer, while
the Jerusalemite Ali Mohamed Abu Ghannam, 17, breathed his last after he
was shot by the IOF, the report further documented.
Center also kept record of the locations and gender of the 375 detainees
abducted from different areas across the Occupied Palestinian
19 Palestinian ladies, including MP Khalida Jarrar,
were detained by the IOF in April.
The report further documented
the abduction of at least 55 Palestinian children and minors, below the
age of 18, most remarkably in Occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank
cities of al-Khalil and Bethlehem.
Occupied Jerusalem had hit a
record high of 113 detainees, followed by 86 from al-Khalil, 54 from
Nablus, 40 from Bethlehem, and 29 from Ramallah and al-Bireh.
Palestinian citizens were also captured by the Israeli occupation army
in Jenin, 11 in Qalqilya, four in Tulkarem, and one in Salfit.
The report pointed out the apprehension of 11 Gazans, 10 among whom as
they crept into the strands of barbed wire strung along Gaza’s border
fence on their way to the 1948 occupied Palestine.
Gazan was rounded up by the IOF as he tried to gain access out of
blockaded Gaza via the Beit Hanoun border-crossing to carry out urgent
medical check-ups and therapy.
Detained Jerusalem Child Beaten And Tortured
Thursday April 30, 2015 13:55 by IMEMC News
Lawyer of the Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic)
said the Israeli police violently attacked, and beat, on Monday evening,
a child who was kidnapped in Wad al-Jouz neighborhood, in occupied
Image By Wadi Hilweh Information Center
He said that the child
Majd Ramadi, 16 years of age, suffered various cuts and bruises to the
face, back and other parts of his body, especially after the soldiers
dragged him onto the ground while abducting him.
The child was
moved to a hospital, as he needed stitches to his face and inner cheeks,
and also suffered facial bruises, in addition to various cuts and
bruises to his back, in addition a visible eye bruising.
Tuesday, the District Court in Jerusalem held a hearing in which the
Israeli prosecutor alleged the child hurled a Molotov cocktail on the
soldiers in Wadi al-Jouz neighborhood.
The lawyer said, when the
child was sent to court, signs of torture and exhaustion were clearly
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