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Israeli Daily Aggression on the Palestinian People

Israeli Daily Aggression on the Palestinian People

[10] Palestinians were killed including two children and a pregnant, [91] were wounded, among them [5] paramedics [and [29] children, [12] critically including [5] children. [49] Were arrested. [580] Trees were uprooted and [243] dunams were bulldozed. [79] Houses, [54] vehicles including ambulances, [6] security posts, [6] institutions, [3] mosques, [5] schools, [1] hospital, [1] clinic center, [63] greenhouses, [1] animal farm were destroyed or damaged. [8] New military posts were erected. Palestinian areas were shelled [36] times & bombarded by machinegun fire [76] times.

¨ Ramallah & Al Birah: The occupation forces invaded the village of Ain Areek, searched houses, ransacked properties and arrested four Palestinians. They also opened fire at vehicles causing damages. Meanwhile, the administration of the prison of Ofer began erecting a cement wall with a height of 5 meters surrounding the sections.

¨ Nablus: A 17-year-old girl died when the occupation forces prevented her from being hospitalized in Jordan though, her critical condition. Another 24-year-old youth was killed when he was shot at. The occupation forces, backed up by Apaches, invaded the old city and Al Qasaba suburbs wounding five teenagers, imposed curfews, searched houses and ransacked properties, opened fire at residential houses and took over a basic school and residential buildings and houses transforming them into military bases. They also stormed stores, shops and factories destroying and dynamiting the gates and arrested three Palestinians in Beit Iba.

¨ Jenin: Under the cover of heavy fire, the occupation forces rolled into Al Yamoun, opened fire and used tear gas at residential houses and a mosque wounding tens of Palestinians including children and uprooted tens of olive trees. They also invaded Jenin refugee camp, stormed houses, threatened families to dynamite their houses if they don’t hand over their sons.

¨ Tolkarem: The occupation forces invaded the village of Qafin, stormed houses, searched and ransacked properties, arrested one Palestinian and tore down a family house causing severe damages to adjacent houses and properties. Four Palestinians were wounded, one critically when invading Tulkarm refuge camp.

¨ Qalqilya: The occupation forces erected a military checkpoint between Jayous and Azzoun, detained several vehicles and arrested 7 Palestinians. Meanwhile, they bulldozed a vast area of agricultural land for the separation fence and destroyed the water supply pipeline.

¨ Hebron: The occupation forces, under the cover of heavy fire, invaded Dora and stormed the Preventive Security HQ, searched it and imposed a curfew on the old city.

¨ Bethlehem: The occupation forces bombarded residential houses near the Jewish-only settlement of Beitar Ileit, invaded Nahalen, searched houses and arrested two brothers. They also stormed and closed off two elementary schools after receiving orders from the military to immediately evacuate the buildings of all staff and pupils.

¨ North Gaza: The occupation Apaches bombarded Palestinian houses in Beit Hanoun.

¨ Gaza: The occupation forces bombarded Al Zahra tower buildings causing severe damages.

¨ Mid Area: Backed up by Apaches and under the cover of heavy gunfire, the occupation forces invaded Al Bureij and Nuseirat refugee camps killing [8] Palestinians. A 13-year-old boy and a 33-pregnant lady were killed due to dynamiting her house and wounding all her children and wounding more than [40] Palestinians among [15] children and [7] critically. They also prevented ambulances from reaching the scenes and opened fire at them. [5] Residential houses were blown up causing severe damages to adjacent houses.

¨ Khan Younis: The occupation forces opened indiscriminate fire at residential houses in the refugee camp and the area of Satar el Gharbi causing severe damages. They also0 closed down Al Matahin checkpoint and arrested five Palestinians.

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