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Israel Incursions And Killings In PNA Territories

The Israeli Daily Aggression on the Palestinian people

From: 19.00hrs Friday, April 16 To: 19.00hrs Saturday, April 17

[5] Palestinians were killed (three of them assassination) and [21] were wounded among them [6] children and [7] critically. [9] Were arrested. [70] Trees were uprooted and [15] dunams were bulldozed. [4] Houses, [3] vehicles, [1] security post, [4] hothouses and [2] economic establishments were destroyed or damaged. [2] New military posts were erected. Palestinian areas were shelled [6] & bombarded [16] times.

Jerusalem: The occupation forces attacked members of the International Solidarity Movement in the village of Beddo causing bruises and suffocation to many of them.

Nablus: The occupation forces stationed at Bet Ieba checkpoint attacked & killed the Palestinian lawyer, Ahmed Abdelrahman Al Deek (47) due to a heart attack and attacked tens of other Palestinian at the same spot. A Palestinian citizen was killed and two others were wounded when a suspicious object exploded in a Billiard hall in Askar refugee camp. The occupation troops thrust into several neighborhoods and attacked a Palestinian youth.

Jenin: The occupation forces invaded the village of Al Yamoon using machinegun fire and searched & ransacked houses.

Tolkarem: The occupation forces stationed at the entrance of the refugee camp, opened fire at schoolchildren, and wounded two of them, arrested a wounded student and prevented kids from reaching their classes. They also continued to impose curfew on the refugee camp, took over Palestinian houses, opened fire at Palestinians at checkpoints and restricted their movements.

Hebron: The occupation forces shot & wounded and kidnapped a Palestinian citizen, erected a checkpoint at Halhoul Bridge and searched Palestinian vehicles. Jewish settlers set to fire a Palestinian store in the Old Town.

Gaza: The occupation Apaches fired missiles at a Palestinian vehicle and assassinated the leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement’s (Hamas), Dr. Abdelaziz Al Rantissi and two of his bodyguards. Four Palestinian also were critically wounded in the attack and property was damaged.

Northern Gaza: The occupation forces opened machinegun fire at Palestinian houses in Al Nada Apartments and Bet Hanoun area causing damage and closed Eretz crossing and forced workers to leave the industrial zone.

Mid Area: The occupation forces penetrated into Der Al Balah area and bulldozed a Palestinian security post and hothouses.

Khan Yunis: The occupation forces bombarded Palestinian houses in Al Namsawi neighborhood and seriously wounded a Palestinian citizen. Jewish settlers broke into a Palestinian fishing port and vandalized property.

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