59 Palestinians Killed by Israeli Occupation
Soldiers and Settlers, Hundreds Injured, Kidnapped, and Mistreated
October 26, 2015
Massive participation in funeral of martyr Khalil Abu Obeid
who was killed by Israeli occupation forces on the Gaza border
Palestinian 15-year-old youngman, Majd al-A’war, from
Jerusalem’s Silwan neighborhood was mistreated by Israeli
Palestinian youngman, Raed Saket Abdul-Rahim Jaradat, from Sa'ir
town, is a student of the Al-Quds Open University, who was
executed with cold blood by Israeli occupation soldiers.
Massive participation in funeral of martyr Khalil Abu Obeid
October 26, 2015, GAZA, (PIC)--
Scores of citizens on Sunday afternoon participated in the
funeral procession of Khalil Abu Obeid, a 26-year-old young man from
Khan Younis who died of a serious injury he had sustained in a recent
pro-Aqsa protest east of the Gaza Strip.
marched in the funeral from a Mosque in Khan Younis while chanting
slogans against the occupation and calling for avenging the martyr.
Sheikh Ahmed Hamdan, a noted religious figure from the Islamic
Movement, gave a speech during the funeral and hailed Abu Obeid for his
anger for the Aqsa Mosque and the great fortitude he had showed during
his suffering from the injury.
Khalil Abu Obeid died last
Saturday after he succumbed to an injury he had sustained during recent
clashes between young men and Israeli soldiers east of al-Bureij refugee
camp in Gaza.
Abu Obeid had suffered health complications that
led later to his death after an Israeli tear gas canister was surgically
removed from his body.
Israeli Occupation Soldiers kill Young Palestinian Man, Raed
Saket Abdul-Rahim Jaradat, In Hebron
Monday October 26, 2015 14:18 by IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli soldiers shot and killed, on Monday morning, a young
Palestinian man, at the Beit ‘Einoun Junction, north of the southern
West Bank city of Hebron. Israeli media sources said the Palestinian was
shot dead after stabbing a soldier.
The slain Palestinian, Raed Saket Abdul-Rahim Jaradat,
22 years of age, from Sa'ir town, is a student of the Al-Quds Open
He suffered multiple gunshot injuries, and was left
to bleed to death, eyewitnesses said.
The “Jewish Press” News
Agency said the Palestinian stabbed a soldier, 19 years of age, injuring
in the throat, causing suffered life-threatening wounds. He was moved to
the Sha'arei Tzedek medical center.
The Al-Jazeera office in
Jerusalem said the soldiers fired a large number of bullets on the
Palestinian, and left him to bleed to death.
Health Ministry said 59, including 14
children, Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire
since the beginning of this month.
41 of them have been killed
in the occupied West Bank, and occupied Jerusalem, 17 in the Gaza Strip,
including a pregnant woman and her two years of age child, and one in
Houra, in the Negev.
On Sunday, the Israeli Border Police shot
and killed a 17-year-old
Palestinian girl, identified as Dania Ersheid, near the Ibrahimi
Mosque in Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank, on Sunday,
Palestinian and Israeli sources said.
IOF soldiers kill Palestinian youth in cold-blood
AL-KHALIL, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired at and
killed a Palestinian youth in cold-blood at the northern entrance of
al-Khalil city on Monday morning.
Eyewitnesses told the PIC that
IOF soldiers opened fire at the young man in front of a girls’ school in
the area of Beit Einun and left him bleed to death.
claimed that the youth stabbed an Israeli soldier before they fired at
him nine bullets and left him bleeding, the witnesses elaborated.
They said that the soldiers declared the area a closed military zone
and blocked arrival of ambulances to evacuate him.
Resistance attacks military post in al-Khalil
Some Israeli soldiers might have suffered injuries when Palestinian
resistance fighters on Sunday evening showered their military post in
al-Khalil city with bullets, according to Palestinian eyewitnesses.
Hebrew news websites said that a military watch point near Beit
Hadassah settlement outpost in al-Khalil city came under gunfire attack
by Palestinian gunmen, without stating if there were wounded soldiers.
However, eyewitnesses said they heard soldiers screaming and asking
for help and Israeli ambulances coming to the place before the Israeli
army switched off all the lights in the area.
In an earlier
incident, Palestinian young men attacked on the same day an Israeli
military roadblock in al-Khalil with eight Molotov cocktails.
Hebrew news website 0404 said that the youths threw an incendiary bombs
at Abul Rish checkpoint near the Ibrahimi Mosque in al-Khalil, without
causing injuries among the soldiers there.
Palestinian worker injured in Israeli stabbing attack
A Palestinian worker afternoon Sunday was stabbed and injured by an
Israeli extremist settler near the illegal settlement of Ariel, in the
northern occupied West Bank.
Local medics said 22-year-old Tamer
Khdeir, a native of Nablus’ southern town of Beita, sustained wounds in
his shoulder after he was stabbed by an Israeli settler.
According to local sources, Khdeir was aggressively attacked by a gang
of Israeli fanatics as he was standing with a group of Palestinian
workers who were detained by the Israeli troops on allegations that an
anti-occupation stabbing attack was carried out in the area.
settler had violently beaten Khdeir and then he stabbed him. Shortly
after, the casualty was rushed to a local clinic for urgent treatment.
Talking to Quds Press sometime later, Khdeir said that he was
attacked by a mob of Israeli vandals while going back home from his
He said the settlers attempted to kill him on the
spot but he managed to run away.
Jewish extremist settlers
illegally living in occupied Palestine have almost always killed,
plundered, attacked with impunity and protection from the Israeli police
More than 90 percent of settler violence cases
presented to Israeli court end without indictment– some are closed on
grounds that suggest that the investigation has failed.
According to Yesh Din, an Israeli human rights organization, the
percentage of failed investigations is exceptionally high in the case of
violence against Palestinians and damage to their property. About 78
percent of violence cases and 93 percent of cases of damage to property
were closed on grounds that suggest that those investigations have
Israeli policemen abuse Palestinian minor
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)--
The Israeli occupation police aggressively attacked a 15-year-old
Palestinian minor during the detention phase before sentencing him to
The al-Aqsa and Jerusalem information center said
the Israeli police imposed a five-day house-confinement on
15-year-old Majd al-A’war, from Jerusalem’s Silwan neighborhood
and banned him from school.
The child’s father said Israeli
special units broke into his family home and kidnapped his son Majd on
allegations of stone-throwing.
He added that Majd was locked up
for over a couple of hours in an Israeli police car, where he was made
to sit on his knees.
Soon as the minor arrived to the Oz
detention center, in Jabal al-Mukbir, he was forced to squat until dawn
time, while his hands were tightly shackled in heavy plastic chains. An
Israeli soldier kept, meanwhile, stomping on his feet for a long while.
The father was reportedly denied the right to accompany his child
during the investigation procedure.
Majd was later on released
after the occupation police ruled that he pays a 500-shekel-fine and
that his father agrees to shell out another 5,000-shekel-bail.
Meanwhile, the Israeli Magistrate’s Court in Occupied Jerusalem extended
the remand of the Palestinian schoolgirl Shourouq Dwiyat until Thursday.
Shourouq was shot and injured by an Israeli fanatic settler some 20
days ago while she was walking in Wad Street, in the Old City of
The same court extended the detention of the
13-year-old Palestinian child Ahmad Manasra to Friday.
sustained wounds after he was aggressively attacked by Israeli vandals
and occupation officers in the Israeli illegal settlement of Pisgat
Ze’ev, in Occupied Jerusalem.
Israel’s District Court further
extended the detention of six Palestinians, including two children,
before Israel’s war minister Moshe Ya’alon ruled to sentence them
IOF raids homes in Nablus and Salfit, kidnaps young man
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Sunday evening raided several
homes during campaigns in towns near Nablus and Salfit cities and
kidnapped a Palestinian young man accused of stabbing a Jewish settler
on the same day.
Local sources said that the IOF closed the
entrances to Murad village between Nablus and Salfit and raided homes in
The Hebrew media, for their part, claimed that the
Israeli army arrested the Palestinian young man who stabbed a settler on
highway 5 near the settlement of Ariel in Salfit on Sunday afternoon.
The settler was badly injured in his torso, according to the Israeli
Israel arrests 8 Palestinians in West Bank & Jerusalem
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)--
Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) at dawn on Sunday rounded up eight
Palestinians after storming different districts in Occupied Jerusalem
and the West Bank.
In Occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces stormed
the houses of and arrested five Jerusalemite men including youngsters.
The arrested were taken to Israeli detention and investigation centers
in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
While in Bethlehem, Israeli
soldiers arrested a Palestinian youngster along with two other minors in
al-Obaidiya town east of the city. Three other Palestinians, two minors
and an adult, were handed summonses to be questioned by Israeli
Israeli troops almost daily storm towns and
cities of the West Bank and Occupied Jerusalem and arrest Palestinians
for alleged security charges.
Israel expands illegal settlement in Jordan Valley
The Israeli occupation government and settlers have proceeded with
the construction of dozens of illegal settlement units near the Rotem
settlement in the northern Jordan Valley at the expense of Palestinians’
own lands, Palestinian sources reported Sunday.
said Israeli settlers from the illegal Rotem settlement in northern
Jordan Valley have started construction work to expand the settlement
and build dozens of Israeli settlement units in the eastern corners of
The same sources spoke out against the arbitrary and
illegal misappropriation of Palestinian lands by the Israeli authorities
and settlers as part of intents to stretch the boundaries of the illegal
Bedouins’ village council in the northern Jordan
Valley warned of the escalated pace of Israeli illegal settlement and
misappropriation of Palestinian lands along with the demolition of
native homes in an attempt to mar Palestinians’ lives and pave the way
for forcible deportation.
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