Netanyahu Gives Israeli Occupation Forces Free
Hand to Carry Out On-Site Executions of Palestinians, Detain and Exile
them, and Demolish their Homes
October 5, 2015
Israeli occupation soldiers kidnapping a Palestinian teenager in
Jenin, October 5, 2015
Netanyahu declares escalatory steps against the Palestinian
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)--
So-called prime minister of the Israeli occupation government,
Benyamin Netanyahu, declared "relentless war" on the Palestinian people,
saying that new measures were taken in this matter.
ordered, during a four-hour security meeting Sunday evening, new
measures in occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank after two separate
stabbing attacks in occupied Jerusalem Saturday, one of them fatal.
According to Israeli media sources, among the measures discussed
were an increase in the use of administrative detention according to
which Palestinians are held without charge or trial, an increase in
Israeli forces’ numbers in occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank, and the
reintroduction of the controversial policy of demolishing the suspected
At the end of the meeting, Netanyahu announced
that he instructed security forces to fast-track the razing of
Palestinian suspects' homes, expand the use of administrative detention
against Palestinian protesters, reinforce the presence of security
forces in Jerusalem and the West Bank, and ban those who express their
views about the Israeli occupation of Palestine from the Old City of
Al-Quds (Jerusalem), including Al-Aqsa Mosque.
forces escalated its restrictions on Palestinians in Occupied Jerusalem
and the West Bank in the wake of the killing of four settlers in the
past few days.
Tensions had been steadily mounting in recent
weeks across the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem due to Israeli
restrictions on Palestinians seeking to enter the al-Aqsa Mosque
compound and Israeli settlers’ provocative attacks on Palestinian
citizens and properties, most notably was the arson attack on a
Palestinian family. 5-10-2015 1:13 AM
One killed, 395 injured as tensions escalate in West Bank
A Palestinian young man succumbed to his wounds in Tulkarem after
being seriously injured during overnight clashes that broke out in the
city. A total of 395 Palestinians were injured during the clashes.
Hudhaifah Osman Suleiman, 18, is the first Palestinian to be killed
during the clashes that erupted late yesterday between Palestinian
youths and Israeli forces in Tulkarem.
According to the data, a
total of 395 Palestinians were injured in a fresh outbreak of violent
clashes across the occupied territories on Sunday. 160 of the casualties
were reported in occupied Jerusalem.
32 Palestinians were injured
from live rounds and 118 from rubber bullets. 11 citizens suffered
injuries sustained in beatings by Israeli security forces or settlers,
while the rest suffered tear gas inhalation.
On Sunday, the
Palestinian Red Crescent declared a level-three state of emergency in
the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem.
It also reported at least
21 attacks against its staff and vehicles by Israeli forces and settlers
over the past 72 hours.
Tensions had been steadily mounting in
recent weeks across the West Bank and in occupied Jerusalem due to
Israeli restrictions on Palestinians seeking to enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque
compound and Israeli settlers’ provocative attacks on Palestinian
citizens and properties. 5-10-2015 10:01 AM
Palestinian Allegedly Teen Grabs Gun Of Israeli In Jerusalem,
Killing Two, Wounding Baby
Saturday October 03, 2015 19:42 by Celine Hagbard - IMEMC & Agencies
A Palestinian teen was shot to death by Israeli police after
allegedly stabbing to death an armed Israeli, grabbing the gun of a
settler who intervened, then killing an additional person, and wounding
two others in the Old City of Jerusalem.
The attacker was
identified as Mohanned Shafiq al-Halabi, 19, from Al-Bireh town, near
According to the police, the assailant shot at them
with a gun he had grabbed from one of the wounded.
are reportedly all members of the same ultra-Orthodox family. A forty
year old man was pronounced dead at the scene, while a woman was listed
in critical condition in Hadassah medical center in Jerusalem.
two year old was reportedly mildly injured, and was taken to Shaare
Zedek Medical Center.
Following the attack, Israeli police
stormed the Old City, ransacking shops and forcing Palestinians out of
the area around the Lion's Gate, where the attack took place.
This assault comes after weeks of escalating attacks by the Israeli
military and settlers in the Old City of Jerusalem, specifically
targeting the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site of Islam.
Palestinians under age 50 have been barred from the area this entire
week, as the Jewish festival of Sukkot, commemorating seven days of
harvest and remembering the years that Jews spent wandering in the
desert after escaping slavery in Egypt.
Injuries reported during renewed clashes in Jenin, al-Khalil
Violent clashes erupted in Jenin and al-Khalil at dawn Monday, which
resulted in tear gas suffocation among dozens of Palestinian youths.
In Jenin, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) stormed Yabad, Romana,
and Bartaa towns to the north of the city and unleashed heavy fire of
tear gas bombs.
Local youths responded by throwing stones and
fireworks, forcing the invading soldiers to withdraw from their towns.
The clashes that triggered before dawn prayers lasted till morning
hours, and resulted in several tear gas suffocation cases.
al-Khalil, similar clashes broke out at the entrance of Aroub refugee
camp between local youths and Israeli soldiers who were stationed at the
nearby military tower.
The confrontation erupted in protest
against the continued Israeli closure of the camp’s entrance for the
second day in a row. Tear gas canisters were fired during the clashes.
Along the same line, two Palestinians were detained as clashes
erupted at dawn today in Hossan town in Bethlehem to the south of the
Several Palestinians Injured In Jenin, One Kidnapped In
Monday October 05, 2015 11:58 by IMEMC & Agencies
Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, two villages in the
northern West Bank city of Jenin, and clashed with local youths, causing
many Palestinians to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation. Soldiers
also kidnapped a Palestinian near Bethlehem.
Media sources in Jenin said several Israeli military vehicles invaded
the villages of Barta'a and Rommana, in Jenin, and clashed with scores
of local youths.
The soldiers fired several live rounds,
rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs, causing many Palestinians,
including families in their homes, to suffer the effects of tear gas
The soldiers also invaded several olive orchards in
Rommana, fired flares and live ammunition.
In addition, several
Israeli military vehicles invaded Hindaza area, east of the West Bank
city of Bethlehem, searched a number of homes, and kidnapped one
Palestinian identified as Wael Issa Abu Jalgheef, 24 years of age.
Clashes also took place near Bet El illegal settlement, northeast of
Ramallah, and the soldiers fired live rounds, rubber-coated steel
bullets and gas bombs.
In related news, a number of Israeli
settlers, living in illegal colonies in the northern part of the West
Bank, threw rocks at many Palestinian cars near the Huwwara roadblock,
south of Nablus, causing damage.
On Sunday at night, a
Palestinian was shot with a
gas bomb in the face, near Doura town, in the southern West Bank
city of Hebron, while many suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.
A young man and a child were injured after Israeli extremists assaulted
Also on Sunday, medical sources have reported that more
than 160 Palestinians were
injured by Israeli army fire, during clashes in various parts of
occupied East Jerusalem, and that one of the wounded suffered a serious
Furthermore, Palestinian teen identified as
Hotheifa Othman Suleiman,
18 years of age, died of a serious injury he suffered earlier when
Israeli soldiers shot him in the abdomen, during clashes that took place
near the Nitzani roadblock, west of the northern West Bank city of
2 children among 4 Palestinians kidnapped by IOF in Occupied
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)--
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Sunday evening kidnapped four
Palestinian civilians, including two minors, from Occupied Jerusalem on
allegations of stone-hurling.
Israeli news outlets said the IOF
kidnapped two Palestinian children aged 15 and 16 on charges of throwing
stones on occupation officers stationed in Occupied Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, violent clashes rocked Jerusalem’s northern neighborhood of
The Israeli occupation army attacked the unarmed
Palestinian protesters in the area with random spates of tear gas
canisters, stun grenades, and rubber bullets.
culminated in the abduction of a number of Palestinian protesters.
Clashes further burst out in Silwan town, where the IOF targeted
Palestinian family homes and civilians with tear gas grenades and rubber
A horde of Israeli vandals reportedly attacked
Palestinian passers-by and cars parked in al-Basatin neighborhood with
rubbers bullet rounds in the presence of the occupation troops.
Youngster Mohammed Yussef Berkan sustained critical head and eye wounds
after he was shot by the IOF during the clashes that rocked Silwan’s al-Thawri
Injured Mohammed was kidnapped by the IOF shortly
Another Palestinian youth reportedly sustained head
injuries after he was shot by the IOF in al-Tur neighborhood.
According to the Red Crescent organization the number of Palestinians
wounded in Jerusalem clashes with the IOF on Sunday has hit at least
Hamas: Netanyahu's decrees cannot break the Palestinians'
October 5, 2015
The Hamas Movement strongly denounced the recent decisions taken by
Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu against the Palestinian people and
described them as "racist" and "against the international law."
In press remarks on Sunday, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri stated that
Netanyahu's decrees would not succeed in breaking the Palestinian
people's will and steadfastness.
Abu Zuhri stressed that Israel's
escalation of its crimes against the Palestinians would make the
Palestinians more determined to confront the occupation and its
Recently, Netanyahu had issued a number of edicts
aimed at punishing the Palestinians who defend themselves, their people
and holy sites against settlers' assaults in Jerusalem and the West Bank
and carry out retaliatory attacks.
The edicts gave the security
and judicial authorities a free hand to demolish homes of Palestinians,
exile and administratively detain them, and carry out on-site
Jewish settlers attack Palestinian hamlets east of Yatta
Extremist Jewish settlers on Sunday attacked Palestinian homes and
property near their settlements, which are built illegally on
Palestinian-owned lands east of Yatta city in al-Khalil.
sources told the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that the settlers
blocked two roads in Masafer Yatta area and smashed solar panels in the
hamlet of Menaizel.
The sources also said that the settlers
chased school students as they were walking to their homes in the area
and tried to attack houses in the hamlet of al-Karmal, east of Yatta.
The settlers also attacked Palestinian cars traveling on a road
north of Yatta and threw stones at them, the sources added.
Jewish settlers invade Palestinian lands south of Jenin
A horde of extremist Jewish settlers last night occupied
Palestinian-owned lands in Silat ad-Dhahr, south of Jenin city, and
tried to attack nearby homes.
Local sources told the Palestinian
Information Center (PIC) that about 50 settlers invaded an area where
the illegal settlement of Homesh used to be before its evacuation in
2005 and gathered near a water tank there.
They added that the
settlers chanted racist slurs against the Arabs and approached
Palestinian homes in the town under the protection of Israeli soldiers
in an attempt to attack them.
The sources noted the residents had
formed popular committees to protect the homes which are located on the
outskirts of the town against any attempt by Jewish settlers to attack
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