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This would be the second time Hassan’s home was demolished- a home where he lived with his children until a recent morning when he witnessed two bulldozers, ten jeeps and around fifty Israeli occupation soldiers approaching.
As he speaks, the cut under Islam’s eye is clearly visible. From his quiet and kind demeanor it is impossible to tell, other than this injury on his left cheekbone, that less than 48 hours prior, he and his cousin…
“My son is sick. Within one year, they arrested him three times. During one arrest, they shackled him as he shook and cried…. he was terrified.”
“They dragged him into the bitter cold with no jacket, no socks and no shoes. I rushed outside and forced a jacket over him and socks and shoes on his feet. That is when I first noticed that my nephew had also been arrested.”
For waving a flag, dancing improvised dabkeh, and demanding freedom.
It is the first time this has happened in over a year and the children sang and chanted “Get off our land!”
The wounding of the hate preacher Glich was followed by the army violence across occupied East Jerusalem and an Israeli military raid on a Silwan.
Assessment by PMRS, Palestinian Medical Relief Society.
If a worker is injured on the job they are, more often then not, fired and receive no compensation.
Two heavily armed soldiers approached us and told us that we could only pick there with an army permit.
‘The rocks were raining all around us’, said Ala. She cried out to her husband and they both started running towards their car, which was parked about 30 meters away.