Archive | October 17th, 2015

Nazi Jewish Settlers and Palestinians clash in Hebron


Palestinians say that they suffer daily attacks from Nazi Jewish  settlers

As part of the Oslo Accords in 1995, settlers and Palestinians in Hebron live side-by-side (AFP)

Tensions ran high in the city of Hebron in the southern West Bank on Saturday, as the killing of two youths brought the Palestinian casualty count to 40 since the beginning of an on going uprising against Nazi military occupation. Another youth was also killed in Jerusalem on Saturday.

A general strike was called in Hebron to protest the two deaths. Endless rows of closed shutters lined the usually bustling streets. Hebron is the most populous city in the West Bank and is seen as the historical commercial centre of the South.

Seventeen-year-old Bayan Ayman Abd al-Hadi al-Esseili was shot by Nazi border guards after allegedly stabbing a soldier near the Nazi Jewish illegal settlement of Kyriat Arba. Nazi police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld tweeted “Female Arab terrorist stabbed border policewoman near Hebron, border police woman injured lightly. Female terrorist shot at the scene.” Maan News reported that the soldier’s hand was lightly injured.

In an earlier incident, an Israeli settler shot and killed 18-year-old Fadel al Qawasmeh on Shuhada Street in Hebron’s Old City. Local media outlets have reported.

Middle East Eye spoke to eyewitnesses to this second incident who saw al Qawasmeh walking down Shuhada Street early in the morning.

“My daughter saw him from the widow,” said Mufid Sharbati, whose house looks onto the street. “She saw Nazi Jewish settler approaching him. The Nazi Jewish settler shouted curse words at him, then took out his pistol and shot him in the head.”

Upon hearing his daughter’s screams, Sharbati run up to the roof and his brother filmed the moments following the shooting. The video, widely shared by the group Youth Against Settlements, shows soldiers approaching Qawamseh following the shooting and possibly placing something by the body, which has led to speculations of a knife being planted at the scene.

Two hours after the killing, Nazi soldiers raided the Sharbati family home, where they confiscated phones, cameras and computers.

Maan News reported that Youth Against Settlement media coordinator Ahmad Amr was held by the Nazi army for five hours following the publication of the video and he too had his video recording equipment and laptop confiscated.

Abed Sharbati, nephew of the eyewitnesses, added that after the attack, Nazi Jewish settlers set up tables on the spot where Quwamseh was killed and distributed food and drinks, “as if in celebration” Sharbati told MEE. This was still going on at the time of writing.

A different scene unfolded on the other side of the checkpoint leading to Shuhada St from the East. Palestinian youth with Keffyieh tightly wrapped around their faces clashed with Nazi soldiers. A street lined with walls blackened by smoke and fire, resounded with the boom of sound bombs thrown against the stone-wielding youth.

A boy selling boiled corn to the shebab stood with his cart in the middle of the scene.

“I am not afraid, no,” he said declining to give his name. “The guys run from the tear gas and they come here, they eat the corn and they start again,” he said laughing, highlighting the fact that in Hebron, people are used to these kinds of confrontations and tensions.

Settlers and settlements

After a focus on Jerusalem, the status quo on Temple Mount and religion, today’s incidents in Hebron, shine a light on the issue of Nazi Jewish illegal settlements, settlers and the ongoing military occupation at the core of Palestinian discontent.

As the only city in which Nazi Jewish settlers live side-by-side with Palestinians, Hebron has been the backdrop of fierce confrontations and offers some of the worst examples of Nazi Jewish settler violence. Settlers often throw stones at Palestinian children on their way to school and most Palestinian houses in the old city have metal mesh in front of their windows.

Under the Oslo Peace Accords in 1995, Hebron was to be divided between H1, under Palestinian control, and H2 under Nazi army control. The H2 area is populated by between 500 and 1,000 Nazi Jewish settlers who live under the protection of the army.

Shuhada Street runs through H2 and is now a ghost street. During the Second Intifada, the Nazi army welded shut the doors of Palestinian houses facing the street so as to protect Nazi Jewish settlers’ homes and centres nearby with more ease.

Today, the street stands as a symbol of the division in the city. To many, the killing of Fadel Qawamseh on this stretch of tarmac speaks to the injustice of the situation.

“It is as if a European country placed a group of neo-nazis to live in a Jewish neighbourhood,” Hisham Sharbati, an activist with the Hebron Defence Committee, told MEE, “it would be an outright provocation”.

In Hebron, settler attacks happen daily, according to Abed Sharbati. “If you talk about verbal abuse, harassment, being spat at, stone throwing or physical violence, yes, these attacks happen basically on a daily basis,” he told MEE.

“We are afraid, of course, often we can’t leave the house because of the settlers. Take now, they are outside and there are many of them, so to keep safe, we stay in,” he added.

Institutionalised violence

Shawan Jabareen of the Ramallah-based human rights NGO Al Haq, told MEE that “ Nazi Jewish settlers terrorise Palestinians”, and their attacks “aim to expel Palestinians from whole areas by making their life impossible so that land becomes available for more settlement use”.

Jabareen believes it is important to stress that Nazi Jewish settler violence is institutionalised. “ Nazi Jewish Settlers feel they can get away with impunity and this encourages them to continue attacks,” he added.

Although Nazi police has vowed to investigate Saturday’s killing, Sharabati expects little will come from the investigation. As a recent report published by Yesh Din on the subject highlighted, cases of Nazi Jewish settler violence against Palestinians are usually closed for lack of evidence and only very rarely lead to convictions.

No protection

“We can’t protect our kids, the Nazi Jewish settlers have an army, the police, and state institutions behind them, but we are left to our own devices,” he said. The killings of Palestinians and the often-graphic videos posted on social media, mean that even the family home can offer little protection to children.

“These days, we only talk about the killings, the arrests, the violence. My kids are more informed than me. My 14-year-old is constantly asking me, how many martyrs today? And when the news comes on and they show the latest killing, the kids tell me, oh we saw that video already.”

It is in this helpless context that the PLO has repeatedly demanded UN protection for its people but, as Al Jazeera reported, a Security Council meeting proposed by Jordan to discuss escalating violence in Palestine occupied territories, concluded on Friday with Nazi regime refusal to approve a UN presence, which, it fears, “would affect the status quo”.


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Rape to silence: Sexual violence by police rampant in Sisi’s Egypt


The International Federation for Human Rights published a report exposing the systematic use of sexual violence by Egypt’s security forces

Demonstration against sexual violence against women in Egypt, 6 February 2013 (AFP)

 “It can happen to anyone, they arrest you for any reason, and they do all these things to you. I feel more and more at risk,” said A, speaking from the terrace of a cosy bar in the Egyptian capital. While he was on his way to join his friends, A was checked by the police twice for no apparent reason. “They put pressure on us. All those things you hear about what is going on in police stations and prisons, it terrifies everyone and that way they make us toe the line.”

Four years after the 25 January revolution raised the slogans “freedom, justice, dignity,” filling Egyptians with hope for a better life, the population is stifled by a power that human rights organisations consider “worse than that of Mubarak”. Since the army overthrew democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, the Egyptian authorities claim to have arrested more than 16,000 people. NGOs speak of 40,000 political prisoners.

This is the other face of Egypt – one that is far removed from the project of a second Suez Canal or the huge economic conference at Sharm el-Sheikh. This is an Egypt of indiscriminate repression reflected through some horrifying manifestations.

This week, the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) published an alarming report on of the systematic use of sexual violence committed by the security forces against citizens. Thirty-two pages depicting the horror that takes place not only in prisons and police stations, but in plain view of everyone, in the street, just outside universities. Such attacks have been described as “systematic,” despite the lack of statistics. “Almost with certainty, we can consider that all persons arrested or detained are victims of sexual violence,” said the report. “This is the welcoming gift,” said R, cynically. She works as an analyst at an organisation defending women’s rights.

‘I will show you what a man is’

Testimonies collected in the FIDH report are terrifying and reveal the brutality and impunity of the security forces in the country. N tells how she was raped in a police van just outside al-Azhar University.

“I saw the policeman who touched a woman’s breast and told him: ‘If you want to arrest her, arrest her, but you do not have the right to touch her like that,'” N told Middle East Eye.

“So he replied: ‘Who do you think you are, a man?’ Then he grabbed me with two other policemen. They hit me, insulted me and took me in their van. They beat me until I could no longer stand up, I lost my veil and they started attacking me. One of the policemen asked them to stop but they asked him to stay quiet.

"One of them said to me:'I will show you what a man is,' and they laughed. He removedhis trousers and sat on my breast, he put his penis in my mouth, once, twice, three  times. I was totally paralysed, I started to vomit. Then he laid down on me. I told  him he had no right to do this to me.He hit me on the legs,spread them,and then rapedme while insulting me.”

The FIDH report also mentions the suffering of two other young men, raped in a police station in downtown Cairo after a demonstration against military repression.

“An officer asked me a few questions but he did not like my answers,” said one of the two young men. “He asked a young policeman to push his fingers into my anus. He did it, several times.”

There are also all the testimonies reported by relatives or cellmates out of prison: forced sex between inmates, electrocution of genitals, repeated rape and humiliation.

Sisi, worse than Mubarak

The report refers to the impunity plaguing the officers’ ranks, those in black and beige uniforms, especially since Sisi came to power. “Since July 2013, we have noticed a strong increase [in cases],” K, an FIDH member who worked on the survey, told MEE. One of the causes is mathematical: “These last two years, we have witnessed mass arrests, more people arrested and detained; which means an increasing opportunity to commit such abuses.”

An alarming acceleration which, according to humanitarian organisations, is due to the “omnipotence of the security forces” functioning within a state which humanitarian organisations unreservedly describe as a “police state”.

“The police, the military and the intelligence enjoy such freedom that the excesses are tolerated and encouraged by the regime,” the FIDH noted.

“Thugs” in power, are taking their revenge against a people that humiliated them in 2011. “It’s a vendetta! Four years ago, people burned police stations. Before the fall of the regime, they especially wanted the fall of the Interior Ministry,” S, a psychiatrist specialising in the care of victims, told MEE.

“Today, the police are retaliating; they wield power and want to remind the people who is in charge,” she added.

But these attacks are not new. They were already widespread under Mubarak, and notable under the transitional government of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), and now they have returned with the arrival of Sisi.

Amnesty International, present on the ground, also observed this “boom”.

“The very high level of repression involves an underlying violence. Security forces are using force to keep people under control and punish those who dare to go against the authorities. This explains why they mainly use sexual violence,” said N, a member of Middle East Amnesty.

Mad state or deviant policemen?

Nevertheless, many questions arise. To what extent are the authorities guilty of these crimes? Are these acts the result of instructions given by people at the head of the state or are they merely individual violations that are impossible to stop?

“Authorities are responsible on several levels,” claimed the FIDH, “starting with their indifference and denial”.

But little or nothing has changed since Sisi’s speech in June 2014 in which he called for “moralising Egyptian society” following serious attacks that occurred at Tahrir Square and the creation of a specialised office for the protection of women.

“There has been only one case of civilians convicted of sexual violence, but no state official was ever disturbed about such type of abuses,” a spokesperson for the organistion told MEE.

Last July, Mervet al-Telawi, president of the National Council for Women, said: “It is impossible that a paramilitary organisation – such as the police – could be guilty of such crimes,” thus publicly questioning a young woman’s testimony which subsequently triggered controversy in the press.

However, the accusations go further. “We have no material evidence that these officers receive orders to commit sexual violence, but the similarity of the practices lead us to believe in a generalised pattern as part of a cynical political strategy,” the FIDH said.

This is a suspicion shared by several organisations based in Cairo.

“We know that the police are trained in torture practices,” said C, a researcher at an institute specialised in the violations of basic rights.

“I’m not sure they are specifically trained on rape practices, but they are implicitly led to do it in a crude way. The victims’ testimonies recount the verbal exchanges among policemen in their presence such as: ‘I’ll take that one, he has a nice ass; I’ll leave you the girl with the big breasts,'” said S.

Political rape

In addition, there is also the violence committed by the state, perfectly assumed by the authorities that practice the famous “virginity tests,” vaginal and anal examinations in order to officially prove that sexual activity has taken place among those arrested.

Such acts are carried out outside any legal framework, without any justification and specifically targeting the society’s dissenting factions in order to “destroy and humiliate,” said the FIDH. “Those particularly targeted are the political opposition, the Muslim Brotherhood, students and sexual minorities.”

Another concern echoed by witnesses is violence exercised against detainees’ relatives, forcing some prisoners to refuse visits.

“We have testimonials by people telling us they are assaulted when they go to the parlour,” M, president of a youth organisation for the defence of civil and social rights, told MEE.

Such facts were confirmed by A, whose father, accused of being a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group, has been imprisoned for over a year. “Every time we go to the prison, we are physically harassed. Under the pretext that the place is crowded, the police pretend to ‘restore order’ and, at the same time, lay their hands on everything they can access,” A said.

“I already tried to protest but the officer replied: ‘He is in charge of your protection, so you can at least allow him to have some pleasure.'”

The more the repression increases and the state’s enemy becomes multiform, the more victims become diversified. Any dissenting voice becomes a rape target.

During discussions, several NGO workers revealed that they, too, have suffered sexual abuse while they are on duty. D, a lawyer, told MEE how she is insulted and herself becomes a victim of sexual harassment when she visits her clients in prison. Another NGO member, renowned for her work with victims of sexual aggression, discretely mentioned having been raped by a group of soldiers.

“For a long time people thought the victims were only the Muslim Brotherhood, who were not believed when they told their stories, since they were considered as personae non gratae in the society. Today, people realise that it affects other segments of the society – activists, lawyers, people with mental disabilities, atheists – anyone with whom authorities have a problem,” said S.

“These are actions committed in order to silence people, and it works,” M said unequivocally.

“If the state, which is supposed to protect our rights, is responsible for such violations. If the state attacks, tortures, rapes not only the population but also those who defend them – this means the citizen is no longer protected,” said S. “People feel insecure.”

The silent humiliation

If the fear of reprisals is there, organisations also denounce a scourge, accentuated by the taboo of sexuality within the Egyptian society, which makes denouncing such acts more difficult.

“Civil society does not protect itself against such violence,” the psychiatrist S told MEE. “The victims are stigmatised because the prevailing perception suggests that those being targeted are only people of tarnished reputation: liberated women… They do not have the right to either state or people’s justice.

“This silence encourages the spread of such practices. If within society there was a segment against that, if it were more open and said ‘we do not care about who has an extramarital sexual life,’ the issue would probably be less important,” the psychiatrist pointed out.

Such conservatism is also used by the perpetrators to blackmail their victims. “The security forces spy on the private lives of all the citizens,” S told MEE. “They have access to your Facebook, your calls and text messages, know your friends, your outings and your sex life.”

“Egyptians are much more liberated than people say. The biggest fear is that this hidden life comes to be revealed in public. We are not afraid of being killed, we are afraid [about] our family discovering our private life. So what is the strategy? I rape you, and if you denounce me, I will send to your family the sexy photos you have exchanged with your boyfriend.”

This is a constant concern that forces people to remain silent and stifle the democratic aspirations of an entire population.

“Today, everything is done to avoid arrest. Within families, we say: ‘Oh God, as long as you don’t get sent to the police station,’ rather than: ‘Oh God, hopefully they will not hurt you,’ because we know it will happen anyway. They play on our fears.”

For security reasons, all the protagonists and organisations that have agreed to testify in this article have been made anonymous.


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Nazi Gestapo’s Continue to Shed Palestinian Blood


Nazi Gestapo Continue to Shed Palestinian Blood in oPt Since Early October, Number of Palestinian Victims Rises to 39 Killed, Including 8 Children and Woman, and 1,231 Wounded, Including 166 Children and 20 Journalists

In the Past 3 Days, 8 Palestinian Civilians Killed, Including Child, and 220 Wounded, Including 12 Children, 2 Journalists and 2 Paramedics

The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns in the strongest terms how the Israeli forces and police have continued to shed the Palestinian blood in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), especially in occupied East Jerusalem. In the past 3 days, eight Palestinian civilians, including a child, were killed; five of whom were killed in cold blood after they attempted to carry out stabbings according to Israeli allegations. The three others were killed in other shooting incidents during peaceful confrontations; two of whom were killed in the Gaza Strip. Moreover, another Palestinian civilian succumbed to injuries he sustained last week in the Gaza Strip. In the past 3 days also, 220 Palestinian civilians were wounded, including 12 children, 2 journalists and 2 paramedics. PCHR thus condemns these crimes and calls upon the international community to take immediate action and fulfill its legal and moral obligations to protect the Palestinian civilians in the oPt. PCHR believes that the silence of the international community towards these crimes encourages the Israeli government to continue its policy that violates the international humanitarian law.


According to investigations conducted by PCHR regarding the abovementioned crimes:

At approximately 08:00, Saturday, 17 October 2015, an Israeli settler opened fire at and killed Fadel Mohammed Awad al-Qawasme (18), from al-Shaikh neighborhood in Hebron, who was present in the area between the entrance of al-Shuhada Street and Bab al-Daboya checkpoint in the city. A video posted on social media showed the settler with two Israeli soldiers, as the settler was trying to attack al-Qawasme who was lying on the ground. Half an hour later, al-Qawasme was transported by an Israeli ambulance to an unknown destination. In addition, the reason why al-Qawasme was present in that area has been unknown.

Attached is a video of Mohammed Fadel al-Qawasme

On Saturday morning also, Israeli forces opened fire at and killed Mo’taz Ahmed ‘Ewisat (16), from al-Mukaber Mountain area, south of East Jerusalem. Israeli forces claimed that the aforementioned child attempted to stab a number of Israeli Border Guard officers stationed at a temporary checkpoint at the entrance of “Armon Hanatziv” settlement, south of East Jerusalem. However, the Israeli officers opened fire at him according to the Israeli radio.

At approximately 14:00 on Friday, 16 October 2015, Israeli forces stationed at and around Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing, northwest of Beit Hanoun village, north of the Gaza Strip, fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters at Palestinian young men, who were protesting on the road in between the Israeli and Palestinian sides of the crossing. As a result, Yehya Abdul Qader Jaber Arafat (24), from al-Shati’ refugee camp, was killed by a bullet to the head. Moreover, 74 others sustained wounds by live ammunition and rubber-coated metal bullets, including 4 children, 2 paramedics and Nabeel Sameeh Mohhammed Abu Dayya (43), from Beit Lahia, a cameraman at Palestine TV, who sustained a rubber-coated metal bullet wound to the left thigh. Furthermore, dozens of protestors suffered tear gas inhalation.

Around the same time, Israeli forces stationed at the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel in Nahal Oz area, east of Gaza City, opened fire at Palestinian young men throwing stones at Israeli forces. As a result, Mahmoud Hatem Mohammed Hmaid (23), from al-Shati’ refugee camp, was killed by a bullet to the head. In addition, 30 others were wounded, including 2 children. Injuries of 3 of them were serious.


In similar shooting incidents along the border fence in the east of al-Breij refugee camp, the central Gaza Strip, and in the east of Khan Yunis, the southern Gaza Strip, 33 Palestinian civilians were wounded, including Mothanna Ibrahim al-Najjar (30), reporter of Palestine Today Satellite Channel and al-Quds Radio, as he was hit by a tear gas canister to the chest.

At approximately 14:30, dozens of Palestinian youngsters from Beit Foreek village, northeast of Nablus, threw stones and empty bottles at Israeli forces stationed at Beit Foreek checkpoint, northwest of Nablus. Israeli forces in response used live ammunition, due to which Ehab Jehad Yusef Hanani (23), from the aforementioned village, was killed by a live bullet to the chest. Moreover, 7 others were wounded, including 2 children.

At approximately 15:30, on the same day, Israeli forces deployed at the northern entrance of Hebron (Ras al-Joura) opened fire at Eyad Khalil al-Awawda (27), from al-Koum village, southwest of Hebron, after al-Awawda chased an Israeli soldier to stab him, as confrontations were taking place between Palestinians and Israeli forces in that area. As a result, al-Awawda sustained several bullet wounds and fell to the ground. Israeli forces and police backup arrived, while al-Awawda was transported to an unknown destination. He was pronounced dead later and submitted to the Palestinian military liaison office at approximately 21:00.

Medical sources at Shifa Hospital stated, on the abovementioned day dawn, that Shawki Jamal Jaber ‘Ebeid (36), from Ezbet Beit Hanoun, succumbed to his injury. It should be noted that Shawki sustained a bullet wound to the head last Friday, 09 October 2015, when he was in his work in a stone factory, 2000 meters away from the border fence where there were confrontations between Palestinian young men and Israeli forces, east of al-Shuhada cemetery, east of Jabalia.

In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces committed two other willful killing crimes based on mere suspicion on Wednesday, 14 October 2015, due to which 2 Palestinian civilians were killed.

According to investigations conducted by PCHR, on the above-mentioned day afternoon, Israeli forces killed Basel Bassam Ragheb Seder (20), from Hebron, while he was walking in al-Amoud Gate area in the Old City, in East Jerusalem. According to an eyewitness, Israeli soldiers approached Seder, but he tried to avoid them and went down stairs on al-Amoud Gate stairs. A soldier shouted asking him to stop, but Seder ran faster, due to which the soldier opened fire at his back crying “Terrorist, terrorist”. Seder was wounded and fell to the ground. Few minutes later, Israeli forces approached and fired about 10 bullets at him from a range of five meters or less. Soon after, Palestinian civilians hurried up to the place, but Israeli forces repressed and dispersed them. Furthermore, they completely closed al-Amoud Gate area and erected iron barriers until they transported Seder to an unknown destination.

On the same day evening, an Israeli police officer serving in “Yasam” special patrol unit opened fire at Ahmed Fathi Mohammed Abu Sha’ban (23), from Ras al-Amoud neighborhood, east of the Old city in East Jerusalem, under the pretext that he attempted to stab an Israeli elderly woman in the central station in West Jerusalem. As a result, he was killed by several bullets. The Israeli police claimed in a statement the following, “According to investigations, it was found out that the attacker stabbed and wounded a 70-year-old woman that was getting on a bus.” Nonetheless, Q Press website had posted a recording of an Israeli eyewitness who refuted the Israeli media and police story on the circumstances relevant to the killing of Abu Sha’ban. The eyewitness said, “He was physically liquidated right in front of my eyes. He did nothing and was not holding a knife. They all screamed ‘terrorist’ and an Israeli guard directly fired 10 bullets at him. I saw it with my own eyes. It was painful”.

According to what PCHR’s fieldworkers could document, in the past 3 days and during several confrontations between Palestinian civilians and Israeli forces in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, 66 Palestinian civilians, including 4 children, were wounded by live ammunition and rubber-coated metal bullets. Moreover, dozens of Palestinian suffered tear gas inhalation.

Thus, the number of Palestinians killed since early October has risen to 39 civilians, including 8 children and a woman in the oPt. Furthermore, the number of wounded civilians has increased to 1,231, including 166 children and 20 journalists.

PCHR strongly condemns these crimes that proves the increasing number of killings among Palestinian civilians in the oPt in general and occupied East Jerusalem in particular. Moreover, PCHR stresses that in the above-mentioned cases, Israeli forces could have used less force against the victims or could have arrested and tied them if their allegations were true. PCHR reiterates its call upon the international community to take immediate and effective actions to put an end to such crimes and reiterates its call for the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 to fulfill their obligations under Article 1; i.e., to respect and to ensure respect for the Convention in all circumstances, and their obligation under Article 146 to prosecute persons alleged to commit grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention.  These grave breaches constitute war crimes under Article 147 of the same Convention and Protocol I Additional to the Geneva Conventions.



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Nazi regime: Arresting 16 Palestinian’s


JerusalemThe Nazi  occupation authorities arrested 16  Palestinian’s mostly from the villages of Jabal Al-Mukabber and Esawyeh.Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the Nazi Gestapo raided the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber and arrested Mahmoud Aweisat, Ramzi Ahmad Aweisat, Eyad Ata Aweisat, Ihab Shafiq Abu Dheim and Nader Aweisat.

The center was informed that the Nazi Gestapo raided the house of Ashraf Aweisat after breaking the front door using explosives. Nazi Gestapo pointed their guns towards the family members while they were sleeping; children suffered a severe state of fear.

In the village of Esawyeh, the forces arrested Samir Mohammad Obeid, Midhat Obeid, Jamal Dari, Ibrahim Obeid, Mohammad Dari and his brother Akram.

Amjad Abu Asab, head of Jerusalem detainees and prisoners families committee, explained that the occupation forces arrested five young men on Monday from Ra’nana north of Tel Aviv including Salah Basti, Majd Basti and Tarek Abdeen.

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Accused of carrying out stabbing attacks and setting off an explosive device

Extending the arrest of a child and three women in absentia sessions
JerusalemThe Nazi Magistrate judge extended on Tuesday the arrest of one child and three women on charges of carrying out stabbing attacks and setting off an explosive device in Jerusalem in the last few days.The Jerusalemite child Ahmad Mahayneh-Manasra

Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the Nazi Magistrate judge extended the arrest of the 13-year old Ahmad Manasra until next Sunday.

An absentia session was held for Manasra while he remains at the hospital after being deliberately run-over and assaulted and was left bleeding in the Nazi Jewish settlement of Pisgat Zi’ev north of Jerusalem under the pretext of carrying out a stabbing attack along with his cousin, Martyr Hasan Manasra.

The student Marah Bakir

The Magistrate judge also extended the arrest of the 17-year old Marah Bakir until next Sunday during an absentia session as she is still receiving treatment at the hospital after she was shot by Nazi army multiple times in her hand last Monday after she left school in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem.

Shurouq Dwayyat

The  Nazi Magistrate judge extended the arrest of Shurouq Salah Dwayyat, 18, from the village of Sur Baher until 23/10/2015.

Shurouq’s mother explained that a session was held for her daughter at the Nazi Magistrate court and the judge extended her arrest. Shurouq was brought to court and looked exhausted due to being shot by a Nazi Jewish settler in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Shurouq underwent a surgery to cultivate an artery in her shoulder last week. She lost consciousness and was placed on a respirator; note that she suffered a tear in one of the main arteries.

Shurouq’s mother explained that her daughter was transferred to Hasharon prison and is still under interrogation.

She added that the occupation forces raided the family’s house and Shurouq’s sister’s house on Monday and took measurements of both houses; they threatened to execute a demolition process.

Isra’ Ja’abees

The Nazi Magistrate judge extended the arrest of the 31-year old Isra’ Ja’abees until 20/10/2015 during an absentia session due to her critical medical condition after suffering severe burns; note that a malfunction occurred in her vehicle resulting in the breakout of fire inside the vehicle.

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Detaining 8 Martyrs’ bodies…the occupation decides not to release the Martyrs’ bodies

JerusalemIn conjunction with the detention of the bodies of eight Jerusalemite Martyrs, the Cabinet approved on Tuesday night a suggestion made by the Nazi Internal Security Minister, Gilad Ardan, not to release the bodies of Palestinian Martyrs who passed away while carrying or attempting to carry out attacks.The Nazi occupation regime is studying the suggestion of Gilad Ardan to bury the Martyrs in special cemeteries called “Numbers Cemeteries” because the Martyrs’ families make the funerals as “demonstrations that support terrorism and incitement to murder.”Nazi occupation regime continue to detain the bodies of 8 Martyrs that were murdered in various area around the city of Jerusalem including one in Tel Aviv, they are:

  1. Thaer Abdelsalam, 19, passed away on 8/10/2015 in Tel Aviv
  2. Ishaq Qasem Badran, 16, passed away on 10/10/2015 in the area of Al-Musrara
  3. Mohammad Saeed Mohammad Ali, 19, passed away on 10/10/2015 in the area of Damascus Gate
  4. Mustafa Adel Khatib, 17, passed away on 12/10/2015 in the area of Lions’ Gate
  5. Hasan Khaled Manasra, 15, passed away on 12/10/2015 in Pisgat Zi’ev
  6. Mohammad Nathmi Shamasneh, 22, passed away on 12/10/2015 in West Jerusalem
  7. Baha’ Mohammad Alayan, 22, passed away on 13/10/2015 in the village of Jabal Al-Mukabber
  8. Ala’ Daoud Abu Jamal, 32, passed away on 13/10/2015 in West Jerusalem

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The Martyrdom of Bassam Sider in the area of Damascus Gate in Jerusalem


JerusalemA Palestinian young man passed away on Wednesday afternoon after being shot in the area of Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.

Witnesses said that the occupation forces opened fire towards a young man while walking in the area of Damascus Gate.

Witnesses explained that the young man was on his way to Damascus Gate and while going down the stairs, one soldier yelled at him “terrorist, terrorist” and shot him.

The Martyr is the 20-year old Bassam Ragheb Sider.





باب العمود

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The Martyrdom of the freed Jerusalemite prisoner Ahmad A Sha’ban


 Ahmad Abu Sha’ban
JerusalemThe 23-year old freed Jerusalemite prisoner Ahmad Abu Sha’ban from the neighborhood of Ras Al-Amoud in Silwan passed away on Tuesday night after being shot by Nazi army in the area of the “central bus station” in West Jerusalem.Amjad Abu Asab, head of Jerusalemites detainees and prisoners families committee, said that the freed prisoner Ahmad was arrested on 29/4/2012 and was convicted by the unjust court on charges of confronting and resisting  Jewish Nazi illegal settlers and was sentenced for three years in prison. He was transferred in between several prisons and was released from Negev desert prison on 10/3/2015.Raid…

The Nazi occupation forces raided on Wednesday night Ahmad’s house in the neighborhood of Ras Al-Amoud in Silwan and evacuated the people inside the house (family, neighbors and friends) and prevented anybody from approaching the house; they searched the entire house.

Call for interrogation…

The Nazi  occupation forces called on Wednesday night Mohammad Abu Sha’ban, the Martyr’s brother, for interrogation.

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Nazi regime: Arrests…releases



The Nazi occupation forces released on Wednesday the 23-year old Amin Siam after detaining and interrogating him for several hours after he was arrested from his work location.

Siam explained that the Nazi occupation forces arrested him from his work in West Jerusalem after the security guards called the Special Forces to arrest him. He was arrested, blindfolded and taken to interrogation and was also searched in a provocative way.

He added that the interrogators asked him several questions about his work and friends and threatened to shoot him after pointing a gun on him; he was interrogated for nearly four hours.

He also added that the police released him on condition of attending an interrogation on Thursday in Salah Eddin Street Nazi police station.

The Nazi  occupation authorities continued to arrest  Jerusalem on Wednesday.

Wadi Hilweh Information center was informed that the Nazi  occupation forces arrested the children Yazan Abu Jom’a, Mahmoud Abu Jom’a and Yazan Sbeih while closing some roads with cement blocks in the village of Al-Tur.

They also arrested Amir Abu Thaher, Hasan Abulhawa, Mahmoud Odeh, Dia’ Hammoudeh and his father and Abu Nabil Sider from the area of Damascus Gate in Jerusalem after the Martyrdom of Basel Sider.

The paramedic Areen Za’aneen was also arrested from the area of Damascus Gate.

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Nazi regime: Calling three female children for interrogation


Nazi army JerusalemThe Nazi illegal occupation police called three female students on for interrogation at Al-Maskobyeh police in West Jerusalem.Wadi Hilweh Information Center’s lawyer explained that the Nazi police called three students from “Abdullah Ben Hussein” School in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem for interrogation.

They are: Maram Mohammad Daoud, Aya Yousef Yaghmour and Shurouq Mizi’ro.

The Nazi illegal occupation police arrested on Thursday the 13-year old Ahmad Sinokrot from the neighborhood of Wad Al-Joz in Jerusalem and Mohammad Sroor, Adnan Aweisat, Shadi Aweisat, Mutaz Aweisat and Fadi Aweisat from Jabal Al-Mukabber.

Also, the forces arrested Eyad Omar Shalabi on Thursday afternoon.

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