In one of the army’s recent attacks against civilians in the Nablus area, soldiers put a rifle to a Palestinian man’s head and threatened to shoot him if local youth approached to defend him.
Currently Israel keeps around 200 Palestinian children in its occupation prisons. Many of them are from ‘Azzun.
The Hague-based international tribunal has been referred to as the “last resort for prosecution of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity”.
Hundreds of Palestinians are being kidnapped and incarcerated every week in the Palestinian territory of the West Bank.
Clashes have erupted between the shabab of Deir Istiya and the invading Israeli occupation army for several night in the past week.
May Mohamed and Khaled’s souls rest in peace. It is up to the rest of us to fight genocidal Israel and ensure they did not die in vain.
After they kidnapped Waleed from his home in Asira al-Qibliya, the occupation army came back for his car – yet another item in the Apartheid regime’s most recent pillage of Palestinian property, estimated to be at least US $3 million in last month alone.
Occupation soldiers attacked people protesting Apartheid Israel’s war on Gaza, pushing them with their shields and throwing sound grenades directly at them.
Gaza-based BDS activists and Palestine’s Students’ Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel (PSCABI) call on the people of conscience to stand on the right side of history and support the people of Gaza against Israel’s crimes.
Israel continues attacking civilian population in Palestinian cities and villages for the 6th day/night in a military crackdown operation which ticks all boxes for the term ‘collective punishment’, illegal under international law.
Collective punishment is illegal under international law. Collective punishment is what Palestinians in their occupied land have been subjected to in the last 3 days.
Martyr Alaa Mohammad Odeh was buried in his hometown of Huwara today, after he was brutally killed by Israeli soldiers on Monday night.
The occupation army attacked Asira at night, in total silence. Ransacking people’s homes, they took eight young men with them to the Huwwara checkpoint/army base/detention centre.
An estimated 200 Israeli soldiers conducted training raids in Deir Istiya last night. One man reported that the street in front of his house looked ‘like a war zone’, to which his friend responded: ‘Yes, but this is normal.’
The news was that Madama was burning, Nablus was under attack, the Israeli army had once more entered the village of Asira, and roads were closed.