“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.”
Palestinians plan mass protest in Wadi Qana this Friday as Israeli forces plan to take over the area and uproot over 200 olive trees.
Palestinians will be converging en mass in Wadi Qana on Friday morning to protest the Israeli Civil Administration’s (an arm of the Israeli government) plan to take over the area as they do every year on the 20th. Last year…
The conference, ‘Evening for Palestine: Palestinian political prisoners and children incarcerated in Israeli jails,’ will take place today, March 17th, in Italy and panel speakers from the Tanweer Center will join in via skype.
Children in Burin village are under constant threat to be attacked by illegal Israeli settler-colonists and the occupation army. Too often this threat becomes reality.
There is a massive problem with disposing of waste and the West Bank. Joint Council Waste Scheme is established.
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.
Israeli occupation army tries to arrest a worker coming back home from another village.
Two heavily armed soldiers approached us and told us that we could only pick there with an army permit.
Forty people gathered for the weekly march against the occupation on 10 October. The march was lead by the children and was joined by 15 Israeli activists and other internationals. The villagers attempted to go to their village spring but…
Around seven settlers from the outpost of the Brakha settlement attacked a farmer family by throwing stones at them.
The soldiers threatened to arrest their 70 year old father if he did not provide information to the whereabouts of his sons.
Wadi Qana is a river valley located in the Salfit district of the West Bank, near the village of Deir Istiya. The valley serves as agricultural land, as well as a peaceful retreat and picnicking spot for visitors from all over Palestine.
1 June was International Children’s Day. It was also the 444th day the five Hares Boys – all under 18 – have spent in prison.
IWPS volunteers join Khalil (Hebron) ISM team in daily patrols and action of support for Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike.