A Palestinian was martyred and another was injured by occupation bullets while they were carrying out a shooting operation near a settlement north of the city of Hebron. This coincided with several raids into a number of cities and villages, during which the occupation army arrested a number of Palestinians and abused them. The martyr’s two sisters were also arrested. Saleh Al-Arouri Vice President of the Political Bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation), who was assassinated in the Lebanese capital Beirut Early this month.
According to the Israeli Channel 14, two young men were able to reach the entrance to the Masad settlement in the Gush Etzion complex near Hebron, and opened fire on an Israeli occupation army force, where one of them was martyred and the other was wounded.
This operation came two days after a similar operation, in which 3 Palestinian militants were martyred, and 2 Israelis were wounded in an exchange of fire in the Adora settlement in Mount Hebron, south of the West Bank.
A child was also martyred by Israeli occupation bullets in Ain Sultan camp, north of the city Jerichoas a result of his chest injury.
The occupation forces stormed the Ain al-Sultan and Aqabat Jabr camps in Jericho, earlier today, Sunday.
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Attacks and targeting of journalists
In a related context, a young man was injured in the city of Hebron when the occupation forces stormed the village of Surif, northwest of Hebron, raided a number of citizens’ homes, and severely beat the Palestinian youth, causing him to suffer fractures in his hand and leg, and arrested his brother.
The occupation forces stormed Al-Arroub camp and the town of Idhna, and arrested a number of citizens after searching their homes and tampering with their contents.
A young man was also injured by live bullets during confrontations with the occupation in Deir Samet, west of Hebron, during confrontations with the occupation forces, after they stormed the town of Deir Samet, west of Hebron.
As part of the policy of restrictions on Palestinians followed by the occupation authorities against citizens in the occupied West Bank, the occupation forces raided a number of homes in the town of Bit Ummar in Hebron, searched them and tampered with their contents, after detaining their owners and members of their families in small rooms. They also seized a Palestinian’s vehicle. She forced him to take her to the Karmei Tzur colony.
In a related context, Al Jazeera’s correspondent said that two Palestinians were wounded by bullets from the occupation forces during their storming of the town of Arraba, south of the city. Embryo.
The occupation forces also stormed Al-Far'a camp, south of Tubas, besieged it, and arrested two Palestinians.
A number of Palestinians suffered from poison gas suffocation during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces in Ya`bad, west of Jenin. They also raided a number of homes, stormed the town, deployed an infantry squad, and raided several neighborhoods. They launched extensive sweeping campaigns, deployed snipers on the roofs of buildings and shops, raided several homes, and launched An inspection campaign led to the outbreak of confrontations, during which bullets, sound bombs, and poison gas were fired, causing many citizens to suffocate.
In a related context, the occupation forces stormed the villages of Zabuba, Rummana, and Taanak, west of Jenin, and deployed their military vehicles, launched combing and inspection campaigns, and set up mobile military checkpoints.
Al Jazeera's correspondent in the West Bank stated that the occupation forces targeted journalists during the storming of Al-Fara'a camp, south of Tubas, and opened fire directly on the vehicle of Al Jazeera correspondent Laith Jaar, as the occupation soldiers deliberately targeted the vehicle despite knowing that it belonged to an Al Jazeera correspondent.
The Israeli occupation forces arrested at least 25 Palestinians in the West Bank, in addition to arresting 15 civilians who are workers. Gaza strip From the town of Bidya in Salfit.
According to the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa), the Gazan workers were in the Bidya municipality building, after Israel expelled them from their workplaces inside the 1948 territories, after the seventh of last October.
The Prisoners' Club and the Prisoners' Affairs Authority said in a joint statement that the arrests were concentrated in Hebron Governorate, while the rest of the arrests were distributed among the governorates. NablusAndRamallahand Bethlehem, Wajnain.
According to the statement, “The occupation forces continue to carry out widespread incursions and harassment in cities, towns, and camps, accompanied by a field investigation with dozens of citizens, in addition to widespread sabotage and destruction operations in citizens’ homes, destroying infrastructure, and seizing money and vehicles.”
The statement indicated that the number of arrests increased after the battle Al-Aqsa flood To about 5,875 people, this toll includes those who were arrested from homes, through military checkpoints, those who were forced to surrender themselves under pressure, and those who were held hostage.
The number of women detained reached about 200, while the number of children detained until the end of last December exceeded 355 children.
The arrest of my sister Al-Arouri
In accordance with the policy of revenge pursued by the occupation forces, Al Jazeera’s correspondent said that the occupation army arrested the two sisters of the martyr Al-Arouri, who was assassinated in Beirut at the beginning of this month.
Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that the occupation forces raided the home of the martyr Al-Arouri's family, in the town of Aroura, north of Ramallah, and arrested his sister, Dalal.
The occupation forces also stormed the city of Al-Bireh and arrested his other sister, Fatima Al-Arouri. The detainee’s son said that the occupation forces searched the family’s home, tampered with its contents, assaulted members of the family, and confiscated pictures of the martyr Saleh before withdrawing.
Since the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023, the occupation has intensified its operations in the West Bank, and increased the pace of raids and raids on cities, towns, and camps.
The occupation's attacks in the West Bank since then resulted in the death of 347 Palestinians, and the injury of about 4,000, including 593 children, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Harassment in detainees
The Prisoners' and Ex-Prisoners' Affairs Authority revealed details of the retaliatory punishments and brutal repression to which Palestinian female detainees have been subjected inside Damoun Prison since the beginning of the aggression on Gaza.
The Prisoners’ Authority said in a statement that the occupation prison administration attacked the detainees’ rooms and isolated them. It also closed the grocery store canteen, reduced shower hours, isolated the detainees from the outside world, prevented them from visiting or contacting their families, stopped visiting lawyers, and withdrew all electrical appliances. And radio and television.
It is noteworthy that the number of female detainees in Damoun Prison reached 87, 54 of whom are from the Gaza Strip, 11 from the 1948 territories, 3 from Jerusalem, and 19 from the West Bank governorates.
Governor of Jerusalem
In a related context, the occupation authorities renewed the decision to ban a governor JerusalemMember of the Revolutionary Council of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement (to open) Adnan Ghaith, from entering the West Bank.
The Jerusalem Governorate said in a statement that the occupation intelligence handed Governor Ghaith a decision with the intention of the occupation government to renew its previous decision to remove him from the West Bank.
She added that Governor Ghaith has been under house arrest in the town of Silwan, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque, for more than a year and a half, and 4 military decisions have been issued against him since he assumed his duties as governor of occupied Jerusalem more than 5 years ago, which are renewed periodically.