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Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi owns property worth more than £25m

MP for Stratford-upon-Avon spent £10m on properties in last 18 months, adding to his £13.75m house in London’s Belgravia.

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 Nadhim Zahawi bought the six-storey house on an exclusive Belgravia street in 2013. Photograph: David M Benett/Getty Images for Bell Pottinger

A Conservative MP has spent more than £25m buying a six-storey central London house and a string of commercial properties over the past three years, earning him hundreds of thousands of pounds a year in rental income on top of his parliamentary salary.

Nadhim Zahawi, who is also a director of an oil company operating in Kurdistan, spent £10m on the commercial sites in the 18 months to December, adding to a family portfolio that includes a stucco property in one of the most exclusive streets in Belgravia, central London.

Zahawi bought the Belgravia house, which is close to former prime minister Margaret Thatcher’s long-time home, with his wife Lana for £13.75m in 2013. The couple have applied for planning permission to extend the basement and put in a swimming pool as part of a major overhaul. They also asked to turn the property, which had been divided into three flats, into a single residence.

Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi lands job with oil firm Gulf Keystone.

The commercial properties – purchased through a company Zahawi owns with his wife – include the former premises of a Brighton restaurant called Fishy Fishy once run by the TV presenter Dermot O’Leary. The MP for Stratford-upon-Avon also bought other properties in London and Walton-on-Thames.

The commercial properties were bought through a company called Zahawi & Zahawi, which the MP set up a month after he was elected in 2010. He and his wife each own half the company, which files “small company” accounts. According to its accounts, it had shareholder funds of £174,675 last year. The previous year, it had funds of £179,083.

Its purchases include a property on Fulham Road in London worth £2.7m and which is currently used by the estate agents Savills.

Another property in Wimbledon is occupied by a NatWest bank branch and offices. Updated land registry documents are not available, but it was last sold for £5.25m in 2012. A WH Smith operates from Zahawi’s premises in Walton-on-Thames, which cost £1.32m.

The purchases were funded by a series of loans from Santander bank. It is not clear from the documents how much Santander has loaned the MP’s company.

Zahawi and his wife also own a house in Putney, bought before he became an MP and which is now rented to private tenants, and a livery in Warwickshire.

The string of purchases is likely to raise questions about Zahawi’s extensive business interests outside parliament.

MP stands to make £1.5m from Kurdistan oil company sale

Zahawi says he has listed the purchases on the MPs’ register of interests and that his first priority was his constituency work. “If I were lucky enough to be made a minister one day, I would of course take a pay cut and give up all outside interests so I could be part of the leadership of a department as well as continue as an effective MP for Stratford-on-Avon,” he said.

“My first priority, before anything else, is my constituency work and I would never, or have never, let anything get in the way of this. Before entering politics, I was a businessman. I think it is healthy for politics for backbench politicians to have outside interests that are properly declared, as if this were not possible it would be doing politics a disservice by only making it attractive to career politicians rather than to people from a wide variety of professional backgrounds.

“My private business is conducted in the normal way any private business would be. Zahawi & Zahawi requested best offers for loans from a number of financial institutions for a business plan that it wanted to execute and Santander won the business.”

The Guardian previously revealed that Zahawi was granted “performance units” – a form of bonus – just before it emerged that China’s state-owned oil company Sinopec was in talks to buy Gulf Keystone, which is currently valued at £350m.

Zahawi’s stake and those of two other directors would be worth 2% if the business was sold in the next year, valuing the overall holding at at least £7m. The MP’s share would amount to £1.4m, a fifth of the directors’ pot.

Zahawi joined Gulf Keystone in July 2015 last year. As chief strategy officer, he earns a monthly salary of £20,125. He has also been receiving regular bonus payments of up to £26,000 for advising the company.

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Gaza Holocaust:Nazi Gestapo Admits to Killing Eight Gaza Family Members


Israeli Army Admits to Killing Eight Gaza Family Members: We Thought the House Was Empty

Israeli military’s spokesperson in Arabic said that the target was an Islamic Jihad commander, but defense establishment sources say it was an ‘infrastructure’■ Palestinians say casualties are a family of herders

By: Yaniv Kubovich and Jack Khoury 

Palestinians attend the funeral of the Asoarka family killed in the Israeli strike, Deir al-Balah, Gaza Strip, November 14, 2019.
Palestinians attend the funeral of the Asoarka family killed in the Israeli strike, Deir al-Balah, Gaza Strip, November 14, 2019.AFP

The Israeli military admitted on Thursday that it made a mistake in targeting a Gaza building Wednesday night which housed a family of eight, all of whom died in the strike.

The Israeli army said it assessed that the building in the Deir al-Balah neighborhood was empty, not realizing it was populated by a family. The Israel Defense Forces are investigating the strike, which took place a few hours before a cease-fire came into effect, and its consequences.

“We are aware of the claim that non-combatants were injured in the central Gaza Strip, and we are investigating it,” the IDF said in a statement, adding that that “we undertake great intelligence and operational efforts not to harm non-combatants over the course of thwarting terror activities.”

The Palestinian Health Ministry identified them as Rasmi al-Sawarkah, 45; his son Muhannad, 12; Maryam, 45; Muath Mohammed, 7; Wasim Mohammed, 13; Yousra, 39; and two toddlers whose bodies were dug up from the debris on Thursday morning and whose names haven’t been released.

Following the strike, the Israeli military’s Arabic-language spokesperson announced that the target had been Rasmi Abu Malhous, the Islamic Jihad commander of a rocket squadron in the center of the Strip. He published a picture of Abu Malhous, but residents of Deir al-Balah say the man in the picture isn’t the one who was killed on Wednesday night.

Palestinians attend the funeral procession of members of the same family who were killed overnight in an Israeli airstrike, Deir al-Balah, Gaza Strip,  November 14, 2019.
Palestinians attend the funeral procession of members of the same family who were killed overnight in an Israeli airstrike, Deir al-Balah, Gaza Strip, November 14, 2019. AFP

Sources in the defense establishment said, however, that the target of the strike was “infrastructure,” and that they were not at all aware that Palestinians were in it.

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Associates and neighbors of the family claim that they had no connection to the Islamic Jihad commander, and that the case was probably one of mistaken identity.

“This was a very simple, poor family, who lives from hand to mouth in a tin shack, with no water or electricity,” said a neighbor who knew the family. “They lived off herding sheep and were known as simple, poor people. Is this the way the head of a rocket unit or a senior Islamic Jihadist lives?

“Every child in Gaza knows the unit members and senior activists live in different conditions, they have houses, and even when they go underground their children and families don’t live in such squalor,” he said. “The story that they attacked a senior jihadist seems disconnected from reality.”

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Libyan inscriptions and the myth of linguistic minorities

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By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Libyan inscriptions and the myth of linguistic minorities “promoted under Berber or Amazigh claims”

In addition to the archaeological excavations and the nature of the ancient man through the skeletons discovered in North Africa, which followed the lack of a relationship between the ancient human components of North Africa and the linguistic minorities that some collect under the pretext of Amazigh add inscriptions known as Libyan, which confirms the absence of any connection to the languages ​​that were widespread in North Africa and oral languages Historically known Berber and promoted today Adelogia alleged Amazigh, although this Amazigh there is not a single text or inscription confirms its existence in ancient North Africa and the branch of Afro-Asian languages ​​in North Africa, but just a Muslim These are some facts about the impossibility of deciphering the debates in North Africa because there is simply no link between the language or the inscriptions in that line and the linguistic reality prevailing today in North Africa.

Are the ancient Libyan inscriptions inscribed in Berber as claimed by the Berber tendencies?

Algerian historian says the late # Mohammed # small # Ghanem mercy of Allah in the publication of an article entitled “Libyan inscriptions in
North Africa “: (There is almost complete disconnect between the Libyan language, represented by its ancient inscriptions and the current Amazigh dialects in North Africa, the interruption expressed by Salim Chaker (salem chaker), a researcher in the field of Amazigh heritage from the tribal dialect, and that In his book (Texts in the Berber Language, p. 249), he said:

“The situation of the Libyan language is very puzzling and contradictory at the same time as we have an important complex of Libyan inscriptions (RIL), including a significant number of bilingual inscriptions (Pune-Libyan) and (Libyan-Latin) In addition, we now know very well the modern rules that underpin it However, the Libyan inscriptions are still not translatable “and the author then adds their question” Here we know why L. Gallond (1959) in one of his writings wondered whether the entire Libyan inscriptions, or some of their numbers, Books in an unrelated language to Berber? “

Is it that nearly 26 centuries ago, which represents the approximate duration of the emergence of the Libyan writing enough to make the connection of the latter break from the Berber dialects (Berber) present? This is if we consider that the latter related to the former!
Why does this interruption do not occur with the other ancient languages ​​of the former or contemporary Libya with its dialects and modern languages, for example, what we see in the Arabic and Greek and other languages ​​that are still relevant with its modern branches despite the recent developments that are subject to it?


If it is the opposite of what you expect? That is, there is a strong link between the Libyan and Amazigh! Why do not the scholars (Berber) and its supporters translate the Libyan texts available in our museums so that we can use them to use them to rewrite our ancient history, which is still most of the sources of biblical unilateral Greek and Roman?


Thus, we can prove that we had an ancient language such as Egyptian (hieroglyphics), Greece (Greek) and Europeans (Latin). )) Uh .
Says Dr. # Mohammed # Bashir # Hwica on page 99 and 100 of his book , Algeria read at the root of history and civilization: ((top of the problem of the old Libyan language spoken and written the entire historical problems related to ethnic and cultural roots of the Moroccan population …. and although spelled symbols are possible , but the # Mahtwaha_allgoa_maizal_sra_mpehma baffles interested and hinder researchers. Vallahjat Amazigh (Berber) spoken in several quarters of the Maghreb today # Kulailh_asalh in the Libyan mother . 

It is therefore not possible to rely on these dialects to understand the contents of ancient inscriptions. scholars have tried to Amazigh (Berber) Til More than

a century, #Vlm_evlhawwa_vi_alosor_aly_mdechl_rabt_salh_lgoah_mtinh_ban_allibah_oallahjh_altargih for example, although this ispurest dialectsAmazigh (Berber) andmost acceptable in termsacceptance in termsprobabilityrelevanceold Ballibah, and despitefact that kinship is clear inalphabet between Tifinagh Altargih, which thinks that its namederived fromword (Phoenician) affinity Allfezan, and between The old Libyan writing, but the vocabulary of the latter is still intractable.
Photo: A funerary monument discovered in El Shafia, El Tarf province and currently in the Hippon Museum (all the Libyan inscriptions in Mouthak Hippon were not discovered in the archaeological city but in El Shafia) in Annaba containing a Latin-Libyan double text.
Latin text:


SACTUT • IHIMIR F • VIXIT • ANORVM •LXXH [SE]
Subtitles:
Skottut bin Hemer lived 70 yearsis buried here.
Libyan text:
ZKTT WYMR MTYBLH MSWH MNKDH,
the first and second word of course its meaning is Scott Scott of Himmer. The third word is believed to be a tribe or city and is likely to be the site of the Roman Tibilium. The rest of the text is incomprehensible.”

He specialized in Berber dialects between 1956- 1977 at the Institute of Oriental Languages ​​and Civilizations in Paris. He was a professor at the Institute of Graduate Studies in Rabat, Morocco, after Jacques Bennet, who founded the Berber Academy in Paris and made that banner in the late 1960s. Punic terminology originates in the lexicon that he made and attributed it to the Berber dialect with all lies and fraud

Here came about the Libyan language quoted from the Phoenician civilization cradle of Arabism See Translation News network of Tunisia and the Arabs and Ajam and Berbers

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Three Prisoners In Nazi camps Are On Hunger Strike, Two For Almost Two Months

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By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Three Palestinian prisoners remain on hunger strike in Nazi camps, two of them for almost three months, the Palestinian Prisoners Commission said today.

Ahmad Zahran has been on strike for 56 days and Musab Hindi on strike for 54 days, both to protest their administrative detention without charge or trial and to demand their release.

The third prisoner on hunger strike is Abdallah Samhan and he started his strike 12 days ago to protest the Israeli detention of his sister, Rawan, and for sentencing her for 18 months. Samhan has been in prison since 2012 and is serving a 19-year sentence, said the Commission.

Commission spokesman Hasan Abed Rabbo said both Zahran and Hindi are having serious health issues due to the long period of their hunger strike and they refuse to take any supplements or get physical examination.

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Analysis Finds U.S.-Led Wars Since 9/11 Killed 801,000 at a Cost of $6.4 Trillion

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New research finds the so-called war on terror launched by the Bush administration after the 9/11 attacks has left over 800,000 people dead at a cost of $6.4 trillion. In a pair of reports published this week by the Costs of War Project at Brown University, researchers warn the true death toll is much higher, once indirect deaths are factored in. Writing in The Hill, professor David Vine argues, “This means that total deaths during the post-2001 U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, and Yemen is likely to reach 3.1 million or more — around 200 times the number of U.S. dead.”TOPICS:

Two Killed as 16-Year-Old Student Opens Fire at L.A. County High School

In California, a student opened fire on the campus of Saugus High School in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita Thursday, killing two students and wounding three others. Authorities have not identified the teen but say the rampage came on his 16th birthday. Police say surveillance video clearly shows him pulling a .45 caliber semiautomatic handgun from his backpack, opening fire on fellow classmates in an outdoor area of the school, before turning the gun on himself. He survived a gunshot to the head and was hospitalized in grave condition. The mass shooting prompted a panicked evacuation and a massive police response. This is Saugus High School senior Ellie Pearlman.

Ellie Pearlman: “It’s so scary now. It’s like every day there’s another report, so any time there’s like a loud noise or any sort of threat, we lock down. And so, for a second, it was just another lockdown. And then it was real.”

The group Everytown for Gun Safety reports it was the 85th incident of gunfire on school grounds so far this year. It came as U.S. senators were debating a bill to require universal background checks for all gun purchases. The bill passed the Democratic-led House earlier this year but stalled in the Senate Thursday when Mississippi Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith demanded more time to debate the legislation.TOPICS:

El Paso Walmart Reopens, Three Months After Massacre by Racist Gunman

In El Paso, Texas, the Walmart store where a white nationalist gunman killed 22 people three months ago reopened Thursday. The alleged killer published an online manifesto moments before the August 3 attack echoing President Trump’s rhetoric about an “invasion” of immigrants.TOPICS:

House Speaker Pelosi Accuses Trump of Bribery, an Impeachable Offense

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday ratcheted up pressure on lawmakers to impeach Donald Trump, accusing the president of attempting to bribe Ukraine’s leaders to investigate Trump’s political rival Joe Biden and his son. 

Speaker Nancy Pelosi: “The bribe is to grant or withhold military assistance in return for a public statement of a fake investigation into the elections. That’s bribery. Yes.”

Bribery is specifically mentioned as an impeachable offense in the U.S. Constitution. TOPICS:

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine to Testify She Felt Threatened by Trump

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Today lawmakers are holding the second day of public impeachment hearings. Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch is set to testify that she was abruptly recalled from her post in May as part of a smear campaign to discredit her led by President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani. Yovanovitch previously testified she felt threatened by Trump, who called her “bad news” in his now-infamous July 25 call with Ukrainian President Zelensky. During the call, Trump also said of Yovanovitch, “She’s going to go through some things.”TOPICS:

Chile to Hold Referendum on Rewriting Pinochet-Era Constitution

In Chile, lawmakers have agreed to a plan to rewrite the country’s Constitution, meeting a key demand of protesters. Under the deal agreed to early Friday, voters will decide in an April referendum whether to replace the current constitution — which dates to Augusto Pinochet’s military dictatorship — and whether current lawmakers should serve on a constitutional commission. A second vote in October would determine the makeup of the commission, and a final vote on a draft constitution would be mandatory for all voting-age Chileans. TOPICS:

Chilean Protesters Mark Anniversary of Police Killing of Indigenous Activist

Protests continue to rock Chile after a government hike in public transport fares last month sparked a revolt against austerity and economic inequality. On Thursday, police fired tear gas and water cannons to clear the streets of the capital Santiago as protests marked the first anniversary of the death of Camilo Catrillanca, a Mapuche indigenous activist who was shot in the head last November. Four officers are set to go on trial for his homicide later this month. At least 20 people have been killed, and over 1,000 others injured, since protests erupted last month.TOPICS:

Mon Laferte Holds Topless Protest Against Chilean State Violence at Latin Grammys

At the Latin Grammys in Las Vegas Thursday night, Chilean artist Mon Laferte uncovered her breasts as she walked onto the red carpet, revealing the words “In Chile, they torture, rape and kill” written across her chest. As she accepted the award for best alternative album, she also read a poem by a Chilean writer, saying, “Chile, your pain hurts me.”TOPICS:

Indigenous Bolivians Protest as Interim President Orders Evo Morales Silenced

In Bolivia, indigenous-led protests continued to rage in La Paz Thursday, after Bolivia’s self-proclaimed interim President Jeanine Áñez swore in a new Cabinet with no indigenous members. Áñez is a right-wing Christian who’s previously blasted indigenous communities as “Satanic” in tweets that she later deleted. She said Thursday that exiled socialist President Evo Morales — who fled to Mexico after he was deposed by the military Sunday — would not be allowed to compete in a new round of elections.

Sen. Jeanine Áñez: “I would suggest to the Movement for Socialism party that from now on they have every right to participate in the general elections, but they need to start looking for a candidate. Evo Morales is not qualified for a fourth term, that’s why all of this convulsion has taken place. That’s why there have been so many protests by Bolivians on the streets.”

Áñez said her government is issuing a formal complaint to Mexico, asking them to silence Evo Morales — who’s repeatedly spoken publicly against last weekend’s coup. Since his departure, violence against indigenous people has skyrocketed in Bolivia. This is one of Morales’ supporters.

Sofia: “Evo Morales has been a good man. He worked for the people. He didn’t rob from us like these thieves who want to shake up the state and kill us like dogs, as if we’re not humans.”

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Israel Resumes Bombing as Ceasefire with Gaza Militants Breaks Down

A short-lived ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip has broken down. Israeli warplanes resumed bombing parts of the besieged Palestinian territory Thursday, while members of the Islamic Jihad group fired a fresh salvo of rockets at southern Israel from Gaza. At least 34 Palestinians have been killed, and over 100 injured, since Israel assassinated Islamic Jihad leader Baha Abu al-Ata on Tuesday, killing him and his wife and injuring their children.TOPICS:

Iraqi Soldiers Kill Four Anti-Government Protesters, Bringing Death Toll to 320

In Iraq, soldiers opened fire on protesters in Baghdad Thursday with live fire, rubber bullets and tear gas, killing four people and wounding scores of others. This brings the death toll from anti-government protests to at least 320 since October 1. Iraqis are opposed to widespread corruption and are demanding job opportunities and basic services, including clean water and reliable electricity.TOPICS:

Kentucky Republican Incumbent Matt Bevin Concedes Governor’s Race

In Kentucky, Republican incumbent Matt Bevin conceded the governor’s race Thursday to Democrat Andy Beshear, after a recanvass of votes showed he lost by more than 5,000 votes. Bevin sparked a statewide teachers’ strike after he threatened to cut pensions. Governor-elect Beshear has promised to expand Medicaid and boost teacher salaries and pensions. He has also pledged to restore voting rights to 140,000 citizens who were banned for life from voting after they were convicted on nonviolent felony charges.TOPICS:

European Investment Bank to Divest from Most Fossil Fuel Projects

In Luxembourg, the European Investment Bank said Thursday it will begin divesting from fossil fuels, ending its financing of most oil and coal projects after 2021. Campaigners hailed the move by the world’s largest public bank as a major victory for the climate, but warned of loopholes that leave the door open for investments in natural gas projects.TOPICS:

Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Sets Sail for Europe

Sixteen-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has set sail for Europe, ending an 11-week visit to North America that saw her lead student strikes for the climate while calling out world leaders over their inaction on the climate crisis. Thunberg hopes to reach Madrid, Spain, in time for a United Nations climate summit in early December. She and her father Svante are sailing aboard the 48-foot catamaran, La Vagabonde, refusing to fly because of the high carbon footprint of air travel.TOPICS:

Benie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Unveil Green New Deal for Public Housing

On Capitol Hill, New York Congressmember Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders unveiled a Green New Deal plan Thursday that seeks to end carbon emissions from public housing projects. The 10-year, $180 billion deal aims to retrofit public housing developments to make them highly energy-efficient, while producing on-site renewable energy. Senator Sanders said the deal would also add nearly a quarter-million decent-paying union jobs to the economy.

Sen. Bernie Sanders: “The planet Earth is in severe danger, and we are facing a global crisis. We must listen, in this country and around the world, to the scientists. And the Green New Deal that the congresswoman and I are fighting for is the only program out there that does that.”

The plan was co-sponsored in the Senate by Jeff Merkley and another 2020 presidential candidate — Senator Elizabeth Warren. It’s been endorsed by more than 50 climate and affordable housing groups.

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15 Palestinians, including children from Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank, are arrested by Nazi Gestapo

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Illegally Nazi Occupied Palestine: The occupation army arrested at dawn on Monday, 11 Palestinians from different parts of the occupied West Bank, and the occupation police arrested four young Jerusalemites.

The Nazi army said in a statement that its forces arrested 11 Palestinians from the West Bank on suspicion of involvement in acts of resistance, describing them as “terrorist and violent”, where they were transferred for questioning in Israeli interrogation centers.

For its part, the Prisoners and Editors’ Affairs Authority reported that the Nazi army stormed the house of the martyr Sami Abu Dayak in the town of Silat al-Dahr district of Jenin, and the elements vandalized its contents and destroyed before.

She added that the army arrested “Salah” brother of the martyr Abu Diak, after handcuffed and taken a military vehicle to an unknown destination.

The Commission denounced the raid while “continuing its crime towards the family to continue holding the body of the martyr prisoner in its refrigerators, after committing a systematic medical murder that lasted for years,” to withdraw the statement.

The Nazi occupation forces arrested Ahmed Abu Latifa from Ramallah, Azzam Al-Shweiki and Sajid a snapshot from Hebron. The army also confiscated a vehicle belonging to the family of Raed Ayesh in Doha, Bethlehem.

Local sources explained that the occupation forces handed over the liberated prisoner Lu’ay al-Hashlamoun from Hebron summons for investigation.

Confrontations erupted in conjunction with the Nazi army stormed Bethlehem (Doha) and beer (Umm Al-Shrayit) and Jenin refugee camp, including firing sound and gas bombs and bullets.

According to local sources, “Jerusalem News” that resistance fighters opened fire at the occupation forces during the storming of Jenin refugee camp.

From the city of Jerusalem, the Israeli police arrested the two young men; Isaac Abu Tayeh and Alaa Tawfiq Abu Tayeh from the town of Silwan, south of the city, while the child Ahmed Kulaib, and the boy Mohammed Khalil Kulaib from the village of Issawiya, northeast of the city.

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The Nazi occupation continues to detain an “administrative” prisoner despite the deteriorating health situation

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By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Occupied Palestinian Territories – Jerusalem : The Israeli authorities continue to detain Palestinian prisoner Shorouk al-Badan (25 years) administrative despite the deterioration of her health.

According to the “Prisoners and Editors Affairs Authority” on Sunday, the Nazi occupation authorities continue to detain the young body from Bethlehem, administratively – without a specific charge – despite the worsening health status, pointing out that she is being held in the prison “Damon”.

She added that the body’s lawyer was able to visit her, and said that she suffers from severe stomach pains and blood, and that the Nazi Prisons Service does not provide her with the necessary treatment.

The Nazi occupation forces arrested the young woman on 15 July this year after breaking into her house in Bethlehem, where she held her for five days in solitary confinement at Hasharon Prison.

The isolation room lacked ventilation and lighting, and smelled unpleasant because of the presence of the toilet inside, which led to the prisoner’s body psychological and health problems in the kidneys, nerves and stomach.

The IHH noted that the Nazi authorities had issued an administrative detention order for six months against the physical detainee, and rejected the appeal filed by the IHH lawyers against the decision, knowing that she was the mother of a child.

It is noteworthy that the occupation authorities are holding 38 Palestinian prisoners in the Nazi camp Damon, including two women in administrative detention, and the Nazi occupation is held in different prisons about 5700 prisoners, including two hundred children.

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Nazi Occupation arrests ten Palestinians from the occupied West Bank

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Nazi Occupied Palestine : The Nazi army launched a campaign of arrests of the occupied West Bank on Tuesday at dawn, long ten Palestinians from different areas.

The Nazi army said in a statement that its forces arrested at dawn ten Palestinians from the West Bank, and allegedly seized his forces for a weapon in a house.

Nazi forces confiscated tens of thousands of shekels from Palestinian homes, where the army claimed that it was dedicated to what it called “support operations”.

He added that all detainees were transferred for questioning in Israeli interrogation centers.

For their part, local sources reported that the Nazi forces arrested both; Ward Abu Rizq and Ayoub Ramzi Dweikat from Balata refugee camp in Nablus, and Montaser Amer and Waddah Amer from the village of Kafr Qalil south of Nablus, and Ma’in Damo from Aqbat Jaber refugee camp in Jericho.

The Nazi occupation forces also arrested five Palestinians from several towns and villages in Ramallah: Tareq Abu Harb, Ghassan Mohammed Taha, Othman Tayseer, the liberated prisoner Essam Zuhair Taher, and Khaled Zawahra.

The Nazi army raided several Palestinian houses in Qalqilya, Jenin, Tulkarem, Nablus, Anata and Shu’fat refugee camp (northeast of Jerusalem) and searched and destroyed their contents.

Clashes erupted in Shu’fat refugee camp between Palestinians and Nazi soldiers, where the youths fired fireworks at the soldiers, injuring a number of them, according to local sources.A clashes also broke out in Aqba camp in Jericho and al-Naqqar neighborhood in Qalqilya, during which intense grenade attacks were launched.

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Nazi Occupation arrests ten Palestinians from the occupied West Bank

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Tuesday 03 December 2019 08:32 AM

Occupied Palestine – Quds News : The Israeli army launched a campaign of arrests of the occupied West Bank on Tuesday at dawn, long ten Palestinians from different areas.

The Israeli army said in a statement that its forces arrested at dawn ten Palestinians from the West Bank, and allegedly seized his forces for a weapon in a house.

Israeli forces confiscated tens of thousands of shekels from Palestinian homes, where the army claimed that it was dedicated to what it called “support operations”.

He added that all detainees were transferred for questioning in Israeli interrogation centers.

For their part, local sources reported that the Israeli forces arrested both; Ward Abu Rizq and Ayoub Ramzi Dweikat from Balata refugee camp in Nablus, and Montaser Amer and Waddah Amer from the village of Kafr Qalil south of Nablus, and Ma’in Damo from Aqbat Jaber refugee camp in Jericho.

The Israeli occupation forces also arrested five Palestinians from several towns and villages in Ramallah: Tareq Abu Harb, Ghassan Mohammed Taha, Othman Tayseer, the liberated prisoner Essam Zuhair Taher, and Khaled Zawahra.

The Israeli army raided several Palestinian houses in Qalqilya, Jenin, Tulkarem, Nablus, Anata and Shu’fat refugee camp (northeast of Jerusalem) and searched and destroyed their contents.

Clashes erupted in Shu’fat refugee camp between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers, where the youths fired fireworks at the soldiers, injuring a number of them, according to local sources.A clashes also broke out in Aqba camp in Jericho and al-Naqqar neighborhood in Qalqilya, during which intense grenade attacks were launched.

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The striking prisoners Zahran and Al-Hindi stop drinking water

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Illegally Nazi Occupied Palestine: Commission of Prisoners Affairs, warned of the worsening health condition of the captives on hunger strike; Ahmad Zahran , 42, Indian Musab (29 years) , where the income of danger after they stopped drinking water three days ago.

The Commission pointed out that the Nazi occupation is holding prisoners Zahran and Hindi in the Nazi detention center “Netsian Ramle” in very poor conditions of detention, and entered their third month by striking against arbitrary administrative detention.

Zahran has been on hunger strike for 72 days, while the Indian has been on hunger strike for 70 days.He suffers from severe pain in the neck and joints, dizziness and aches throughout the body, blurred vision, heart aches, and severe weight loss. They move in a wheelchair. 

Zahran, from Deir Abu Mish’al in Ramallah, is a former prisoner who spent nearly 15 years in Nazi camp.He is the father of four children. He was last arrested in March 2019.

This is the second strike this year, where he went on a strike against his administrative detention lasted for 39 days, and ended with promises to release him, but the Nazi occupation authorities renewed his administrative detention for four months and established him for the entire period.

The Indian prisoner from the town of Tal, Nablus district, has been detained since September 4, 2019.A total of 24 administrative detention orders have been issued against him over the years.

He went on hunger strike last year and lasted for 35 days, which ended after an agreement to release him, on September 9, 2018, until he was re-arrested this year, where he exhausted all the procedures in the occupation courts that refused to release him, the last in court The Supreme Occupation rejected his petition.

The Nazi occupation authorities are holding in their prisons about 500 Palestinian prisoners in Nazi administrative detention without specific charge in “secret files” which they refuse to see by the prisoner or his lawyer.

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