“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.
Around seven settlers from the outpost of the Brakha settlement attacked a farmer family by throwing stones at them.
“Salfit region is like Jerusalem, covered in settlements and very much wanted by the Israelis.”
A skunk truck doused the main street in smelly water and the bulldozer removed several lines of stones that villagers had placed on the road to prevent army jeeps form entering the village.
Harassment and arrests by the army is just a part of the issues residents of Qarawat have to deal with day in day out.
Settler colonists begin bulldozing, in attempt to steal land from Kufr ad-Dik village (Salfit area).
Settlers in Tel al Rumeida, Hebron, use archaeology as a tool for land grabs.
Farmer from Deir Istiya digs a ditch to divert the sewage from olive trees onto those that can better tolerate the poisoning. Trying to fix the source of the leak he would risk his life because of settler and army violence.