Archive | September, 2020

Nazi regime: Dozens of Palestinians Detained from the West Bank

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

The Nazi forces detained dozens of Palestinians, in the predawn hours of Thursday, from the occupied West Bank, including a journalist and former prisoners.

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) released a statement that seventeen Palestinian civilians were detained, most of whom are from Al-‘Isawiya neighborhood in Nazi occupied Jerusalem, namely;

Ashraf Al-Hadrah,
Alaa Obaid,
Yazan Amjad Obaid,
Yazan Ibrahim Obaid,
Ayoub Imad Derbas,
Qassem Derbas,
Munir Kayed Mahmoud,
Bakr Al-Maghribi,
Muhammad Omran Mustafa,
Majd Dari,
Mahmoud Wissam Abu Al-Hummus,
Mahmoud Shawamrah,
Mustafa Hussein Mustafa,
Muhammad Ali Abu Rayala,
Hamza Al-Tamimi,
Muhammad Al Fakhoury, and
Samer Munther Attia.

The Nazi occupation forces detained eight citizens from the southern West Bank Hebron Governorate, including a wounded youth, namely;

Ismael Samir al-Fayoumi, 17, (wounded),
Uday Hosni al-Najjar, 18,
Yazan al-Najjar,
Mu’tasim Wael Awad Allah, 18,
Muhammad Nizam al-Khalil, 17,
Sulaiman Muhammad Abu Dayya, 16,
Ashraf Hassan al-Jabareen, and
Waheeb Abu Hadid.

In the central West Bank, three citizens who were taken into custody from Bethlehem, namely;

Abd al-Majid Issa Abu Aahour, 21,
Ahmed Khaled Muhammad Asakreh, 23, and
Atiya Dawood Hussein Asakreh, 25.

From the central West Bank Governorate of Ramallah and Al-Bireh, the occupation detained;

Saad Ahmed Zahran,
Sameh Hussein Sheikha,
Jaafar Suleiman Abu Alia, and
Muhammad Jad Hussein Haifa.

From the northern West Bank, near Jenin, Nazi soldiers detained four brothers: Muhammad, Saif, Omar, and Amer Farouk Eissa.

Journalist Tariq Abu Zaid was detained by Nazi troops from his home in Nablus, in addition to Adnan Abu Huwaila, from Nablus.

From Tamoun town in the northern Tubas governorate, Muhammad Ghazi Bisharat, 28, was detained, while Saeed Ayoub Zamari, and Abdul Shahid Zamari, were detained from Qalqilia district, also in the north.

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PCHR Weekly Report: Nazi Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR)

Summary for September 24 – 30, 2020

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) continued to commit crimes and multi-faceted violations against Palestinian civilians and their properties, including raids into Palestinian cities that are characterized with excessive use of force, assault, abuse and attacks on civilians. This week, IOF attacks rendered 9 Palestinian civilians wounded in excessive use of force, including a child and a journalist in the West Bank. IOF also continued its policy of demolishing and destroying Palestinian houses and facilities for its settlement expansion schemes.

In another evidence of the systematic Israeli policy against press crews, and Palestinian and international media agencies operating in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), IOF confiscated Palestine TV vehicle and handed its driver a confiscation warrant, under the pretext that the vehicle and Palestine TV its staff were present in a closed military zone in Jordan Valley, east of Tubas, to obstruct their work and prevent them from revealing the truth about Israeli violations. PCHR considers these violations part of a well-planned scheme to isolate the oPt from the rest of the world and to eliminate stories about IOF crimes against Palestinian civilians in the oPt.

This week, PCHR documented 35 violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law (IHL) by IOF and settlers in the oPt. It should be noted that the limitations due to the corona virus pandemic, has limited PCHR’s fieldworkers mobility and ability to conduct field documentation; therefore, the information contained in this report is only part of the continued IOF violations.

IOF shooting and violation of right to bodily integrity: 9 civilians wounded in IOF excessive use of force in the West Bank; 11 were wounded in IOF suppression of two peaceful protests in Kufur Qaddoum in Qalqilia; 2 others in Ramallah; 3, including a journalist, in Nablus; and a child in Hebron.

In the Gaza Strip, 2 IOF shootings were reported at agricultural lands and twice at fishing boats eastern and western Gaza Strip. Israeli naval forces drowned and damaged 3 Palestinian boats.

IOF incursions and arrests of Palestinian civilians: IOF carried out 62 incursions into the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. Those incursions included raids of civilian houses and shootings, enticing fear among civilians, and attacking many of them. During this week’s incursions, 49 Palestinians were arrested, including 7 children, a woman and a person with disability. In Gaza, IOF conducted a limited incursion into eastern Rafah.

Demolitions:

Settler-attacks: PCHR fieldworkers documented 2 attacks: 50 Perennial olive trees burned, southern Bethlehem; and two poultry farms assaulted with stones and sharp tool, one in Nablus.

Israeli closure policy and restrictions on freedom of movement: Meanwhile, the Gaza Strip still suffers the worst closure in the history of the Israeli occupation of the oPt as it has entered the 14th consecutive year, without any improvement to the movement of persons and goods, humanitarian conditions and bearing catastrophic consequences on all aspects of life.

Also, internal restrictions continued in the Gaza Strip for the fifth consecutive week to contain the outbreak of coronavirus, after coronavirus cases were confirmed outside the quarantine centers in the Gaza Strip. As a result, the suffering of Gaza Strip population has increased especially in terms of health and the economy.

Meanwhile, IOF continued to divide the West Bank into separate cantons with key roads blocked by the Israeli occupation since the Second Intifada and with temporary and permanent checkpoints, where civilian movement is restricted, and they are subject to arrest.

I. IOF Shooting and Violation of Right to Life and Bodily Integrity:

  • At approximately 00:00 on Thursday, 24 September 2020, IOF stationed near Tal al-‘Asur street adjacent to the entrance of Kafr Malek village, west of Ramallah governorate, opened fire at a Palestinian vehicle while entering the above-mentioned village. As a result, Mahmoud Farouq Ba’irat (18), was hit with a live bullet to his leg; and Jehad Fahed Ba’irat (19), was hit with a live bullet in his shoulder. Meanwhile, IOF prevented the access of the Palestinian Red Crescent’s medical personnel to the scene and took the two injured Palestinians to an Israeli hospital. IOF called the families of both Mahmoud and Jihad Ba’irat and informed them that their sons went into surgery at “Shaare Zedek” Medical Center in Israel. They told them that their health was stable, and that their detention was extended pending investigation, claiming that they threw Molotov cocktails at IOF.
  • At approximately 03:15, IOF moved into Ein al-Sultan refugee camp, in the central Jericho governorate. Dozens of young men gathered and threw stones and empty bottles at the Israeli soldiers who responded by firing sound bombs and teargas canisters at them. The clashes continued for about an hour and half, and no casualties were reported.
  • At approximately 07:30 on Friday, 25 September 2020, IOF stationed inside the annexation wall, east of Khan Younis, opened fire at agricultural lands east of Khuzaa and al-Qarara, adjacent to the above-mentioned border fence. No injuries were reported.
  • At approximately 10:30, Nablus residents with the participation of the Factions of National Action in Nablus gathered in front of al-Abrar Mosque in Asira al-Qibliya, southeast of Nablus to hold a peaceful protest that was occurred heading to the Khilat al-Sakhra area, east of Nablus. The protestors raised the Palestinian flags and sang against the occupation, annexation and the Deal of the Century. As soon as they arrived, they found a large number of the Israeli soldiers are waiting for them, they suppressed the protest and fired live bullets, rubber bullets, sound bombs and teargas canisters against the peaceful protestors. As a result, three civilians were injured including the journalist Naser Suliman Shtayyeh (49), working at Flasha Agency, hit with a teargas canister to his back and treated in the spot; and the two other injuries were a 35-year-old man who was hit with a tear gas canister to his face, and the other one (25), was hit with a rubber-coated steel bullet to his leg.
  • At approximately 12:30, IOF stationed at the northern entrance established at lands of Kufur Qaddoum village, north of Qalqilia, suppressed a protest in which dozens of Palestinian civilians participated. IOF chased the young men who gathered in the area, clashed with them, and fired rubber bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, 7 civilians were shot with direct rubber bullets and sound bombs; two to the head, one in the chest, one in the hand, one in the back and the rest sustained rubber bullets in the limbs.
  • At approximately 09:00 on Saturday, 26 September 2020, IOF stationed inside the annexation wall between the Gaza Strip and Israel, opened fire at agricultural lands and Palestinian shepherds, east of al-Shawka, east of Rafah. No injuries were reported.
  • At approximately 15:00, a number of Palestinian young men gathered at Bab al-Zawiyah area in the center of Hebron and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed at a military checkpoint established at al-Shuhada’a closed street. A number of Israeli soldiers fired sound bombs, live bullets and teargas canisters at the stone-throwers and chased them. Resulted in a number of civilians in the area suffered teargas inhalation and forced the owners of the stores to close their stores.
  • At approximately 17:30, IOF stationed at the northern entrance established at lands of Kufur Qaddoum village, north of Qalqilia, suppressed a protest in which dozens of Palestinian civilians participated. IOF chased the young men who gathered in the area. Clashed with them, and fired rubber bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, 4 civilians, including a child, were shot with rubber bullets in their limbs, and one was hit in his back.
  • At approximately 16:00 on Sunday, 27 September 2020, an Israeli infantry unit coming from “Karmei Tzur” settlement, stormed al-Thuhr neighborhood, south of Beit Ummar, and deployed between civilians’ houses. A group of young men gathered and threw stones at the Israeli soldiers, who responded with sound bombs, rubber bullets and teargas canisters against the stone-throwers. As a result, IOF withdrew at approximately 19:00, leaving a number of Palestinian civilians suffering teargas inhalation, and no incursions or arrests were reported.
  • At approximately 19:00 on Monday, 28 September 2020, Israeli gunboats stationed at sea off al-Soudaniya area, in western Jabalia, opened fire and water pumped Palestinian fishing boats sailing within 5-6 nautical miles. As a result, 3 fishing boats were severely damaged and sank, and no injuries were reported.
  • At approximately 07:15 on Tuesday, 29 September 2020, Israeli gunboats stationed northwest of Beit Lahia in northern Gaza Strip, chased Palestinian fishing boats sailing within 3 nautical miles and intermittently opened fire at them, causing fear and panic among the Palestinian fishermen forcing them to flee. No casualties were reported.
  • At approximately 22:00, IOF moved into al-‘Isawiya village, northeast the occupied East Jerusalem. They deployed between civilians’ houses, established checkpoints at the village’s entrances and closed the village. IOF searched the vehicles and ID cards of Palestinians before letting them leave the village. Meanwhile, a group of young men gathered and threw stones, fireworks and Molotov cocktails at the Israeli soldiers, who responded by firing rubber and live bullets, sound bombs and teargas canisters at the stone-throwers. The clashes continued for over than 3 hours and resulted in dozens of civilians in the area suffered teargas inhalation, and Younis Sufian Obaid (17), and Mohammed Wael Obaid (23), were arrested.
  • At approximately 19:30 on Wednesday, 30 September 2020, IOF reinforced with several military vehicles moved into Surif, west of Hebron, and stationed in al-Qrinat area, and deployed between civilians’ houses. Meanwhile, a group of young men gathered and threw stones at the Israeli soldiers, who responded by firing rubber and teargas canisters at the stone-throwers. As a result, a 16-year-old child was shot in his chest and he was referred to the PRC in Hebron by an ambulance. Medical sources described his health condition as moderate. No arrests were reported.

II. Incursions and Arrests

Thursday, 24 September 2020

  • At approximately 00:00, IOF moved into Bab Huta neighborhood, one of occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City neighborhoods. They raided and searched Sufiyan al-‘Ajouni’s (22) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 01:00, IOF raided ‘Adnan Yousef Mostafa Jaradat’s (53) house located at the entrance to Silat_al-Harithiya village, west of Jenin, north of the West Bank. IOF ordered ‘Adnan to bring all his money before searching the house. ‘Adnan’s wife, Salam Burhan Jaber, brought NIS 6400 and gave them to the Israeli officer. After that, IOF were deployed in the house as a prelude to search it. Before their withdrawal, IOF wrote on a paper the value of the confiscated money, ordered ‘Adnan to sign on the paper and handed it to him.
  • At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into Beit Ummar village, north of Hebron. They raided and searched ‘Abdullah Ibrahim Abu Mariyia’s (20) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 06:00, IOF moved into al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, where they raided and searched Mostafa Jamal al-Remhi’s (19) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 19:00, IOF moved into al-‘Isawiya village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched two houses belonging to Ashraf ‘Abdullah al-Masry (43) and Mohammed Ashraf Abu al-Humus (21) and arrested both of them.
  • At approximately 21:00, IOF arrested Ahmed Yaser al-Razem (24) and Mohammed Khaled Hazinah (23) while they were near Bab Huta Gate, one of al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates, and took them to a police station in the Old City.
  • At approximately 21:30, IOF arrested Yousef Ya’qoub al-Rashq (20) while he was near Bab Huta Gate, one of al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates, and took him to a police station in the Old City.
  • At approximately 22:00, IOF moved into al-‘Isawiya village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched a house belonging to a former prisoner, Yousef ‘Ali al-Kaswani (22) and arrested him. It should be noted that al-Kaswani was arrested 3 times during the past 6 months; latest of which was a week ago. Al-Kaswai has been placed under house arrest for 3 months.
  • IOF carried out (7) incursions in Zububa village, west of Jenin; Anabta village, east of Tulkarem; Kufur Qaddoum village, east of Qalqilia; and Yatta, Beit Awwa, Sa’ir, and Hadab villages in Hebron. No arrests were reported.

Friday, 25 September 2020

  • At approximately 00:00, IOF moved into Abu Dis village, east of occupied East Jerusalem. IOF raided and searched Yazan Jamal ‘Atallah’s (22) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 01:00, IOF moved into Shuyukh al-Arrub village, north of Hebron. They raided and searched Mohammed Kamal ‘Awidat’s ( 29) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 13:30, IOF moved into al-Sa’diyia neighborhood, one of occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City neighborhoods. They raided and searched a house belonging to a former prisoner, Nehad Bader Younis Zaghir (42), and arrested him.
  • At approximately 20:20, IOF stationed at a temporary checkpoint established at the entrance to ‘Anin village, west of Jenin, north of the West Bank, arrested Yousef al-Shami (26), from Jenin camp, taking him to an unknown destination.
  • At approximately 23:00, IOF arrested Basem Mohammed ‘Asaliyia (46) and his son Malek (19) after severely beating them while they were near Alsilsila Gate, one of al-Aqsa Mosque’s gates. They were then taken to a police station in the city.
  • IOF carried out (3) incursions in Far’un village, east of Tulkarm; and Halhul city and Hebron city in Hebron. No arrests were reported.

Saturday, 26 September 2020

  • At approximately 12:00, IOF arrested Mohammed Mobtasem ‘Obaid (20) while he was at the eastern entrance to al-‘Isawiya village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem.
  • At approximately 16:00, IOF stationed near the annexation wall in al-Dahra area, west of Jenin, north of the West Bank, arrested 3 children, including 2 siblings, and took them to an unknown destination. The arrestees were identified as Mostafa (13) and Mohammed (12) Yousef ‘Asa’d Khalil Yaseen, and Mohammed Ayman Khalil Yaseen (13).

Sunday, 27 September 2020

  • At approximately 13:00 on Sunday, 27 September 2020, the two children Saied Mohammed al-A’war (17) and Mohamed Subhi Zaloum (17) surrounded themselves to the Moscovia Prison in West Jerusalem, in order to complete their trial procedures after they were placed under 5-month actual and house arrest, in addition to deporting them away from their house located in Silwan village, south of occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City. It should be noted that al-A’war and Zaloum surrounded themselves as a prelude to take them to Damon Prison until issuing a sentence against them. Both of them were accused of throwing Molotov cocktails at a bus carrying settlers. The two children were arrested on 05 April 2020 after raiding their houses in Silwan village.They were taken and interrogated in Ashkelon prison for 22 days; during which they were beaten, caused and shackled (shabeh) for several hours. After that, they were transferred to Megiddo Prison and then to Damon Prison. The court extended their arrest until issuing the indictment. Al-A’war and Zaloum’s lawyer, Mohammed Mahmoud, submitted applications to the District Court, calling for releasing them and placing them under a house arrest, but the court refused his request. The lawyer filed an appeal to the Israeli Supreme Court and managed to release them on parole on 06 April 2020.

Monday, 28 September 2020

  • At approximately 04:00, IOF moved into Husan village, west of Bethlehem. They raided and searched Mohammed Mahmoud ‘Atiyia Shosha’s (32) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 08:00, IOF moved into Silwan village, south of occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City. They raided and searched a house belonging to a former prisoner, ‘Emad al-Deen Khalil ‘Abisan (33) and arrested him.
  • At approximately 19:00, IOF who were patrolling near “Elon Moreh“ settlement, which is established on Beit Furik, Deir al-Hatab and Salem villages lands, northeast of Nablus, arrested 4 civilians. IOF claimed that those civilians had Molotov cocktails. It turned out later that the arrestees are from Ein Beit al-Ma’ refugee camp, west of Nablus, and IOF took them to an unknown destination. The arrestees were identified as Mohammed Eyad Hamdi (18), Kareem Shaheen (19). Mohammed Akram Hamdi (19), and Mohammed Jalal Abu al-Reesh (18).
  • IOF carried out (4) incursions in Dura city, Beit Ula, al-Hadab and Beit ‘Amra villages in Hebron. No arrests were reported.

Tuesday, 29 September 2020

  • At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron. They raided and searched Ahmed ‘Emad al-Badawi’s (14) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 05:00, IOF stationed at Jit village intersection, north of Qalqilia, arrested ‘Alaa Hussam Nassar (20), from Anabta village, east of Tubas, taking him to an unknown destination.
  • At approximately 05:00, IOF moved into al-‘Isawiya village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched several houses, from which they arrested Qusai ‘Abed ‘Olayan (22), Mohammed Mousa Mostafa (19) and Yunis Wesam Abu al-Humus (18).
  • At approximately 10:00, IOF moved into al-Salam suburb in Anata village, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched Hazem Ayman al-Tamimi’s (21) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 13:00, IOF moved into Shu’fat refugee camp, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched Khalil Mohammed ‘Abed al-Latif’s (45) shop and arrested him.
  • At approximately 14:00, IOF stationed at Deir Ballut intersection, west of Salfit, arrested Mo’taz Mousa Hussain Bari (22), from Immatain village in eastern Qalqilia, while heading to his workplace in Israel.
  • At approximately 21:00, IOF moved into Immatain village in eastern Qalqilia. They raided and searched two houses belonging to Mousa Hussain Bari (49) and Mo’az Ibrahim Yamen (20) and arrested them.
  • IOF carried out (5) incursions in Far’un village, east of Qalqilia; and Sa’ir, Imreish, Ash-Shuyukh, and Beit Einun villages in Hebron. No arrests were reported.

Wednesday, 30 September 2020

  • At approximately 01:30, IOF moved into Beit Ummar village, north of Hebron. They raided and searched two houses, from which they arrested 2 civilians; one of them was with disability while the other was a child. The arrestees were identified as Aows Mousa al-Salibi (20), a person with disability, and Obai Yousef Abu Mariyia (16).
  • At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into Idna village, west of Hebron. They raided and searched Shadi Hasan al-Batran’s (30) house and arrested him.
  • At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into al-Tur neighborhood, east of occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City. They raided and searched several houses, from which they arrested 3 civilians, including a child. The arrestees were identified as Hamza Khowis (18), Ayham Abu Jum’a (16) and Mohammed Abu Ghannam (22).
  • At approximately 03:00, IOF moved into Beit Fajjar village, south of Bethlehem. They raided and searched several houses, from which they arrested ‘Ali Mousa al-‘Ajouri (21) and Saif Majed al-‘Ajouri (18).
  • At approximately 11:30, IOF moved into Beit Hanina village, north of occupied East Jerusalem. They raided and searched a house belonging to Shadi ‘Abdullah al-Motawer (43), Fatah Movement Secretary, and arrested him. It should be noted that al-Motawer was deported from al-Aqsa Mosque for several months, and he is exposed to ongoing harassments by Israeli Intelligence Service; last of which was in mid-September 2020. Also, al-Motawer’s wife was deported to the West bank and her residency was withdrawn.
  • At approximately 14:00 on Wednesday, 30 September 2020, IOF moved into occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City, where they raided and searched ‘Ayida Mohammed al-Sedawi’s (60) house and arrested her.
  • At approximately 03:30, IOF moved into al-Jalazoun refugee camp, west of Ramallah. They raided and searched several houses, from which they arrested 2 siblings identified as Ahmed (24) and Yaseen (26) Mohammed al-‘Araishi.

III. Settlement Expansion and Settler Violence in the West Bank

a. Demolition and Confiscation of Civilian Property

  • At approximately 07:00 on Thursday, 24 September 2020, IOF demolished 3 residential tents and 5 barracks to graze sheep in Kisan village, east of Bethlehem, under the pretext of building without licensing. Ahmed Ghazal, Head of Kisan Village’s Council, said that IOF stormed Tina area, east of Kisan village, completely closed it, and prevented civilians from entering or leaving the village. He added that IOF bulldozers also demolished 5 barracks and 3 tents owned by Saleh Ahmed Obayat, Issa Abdullah Ghazal, and Salah Ahmed Obayat.
  • At approximately 10:00 on the same Thursday, IOF backed by several military construction vehicles accompanied with Civil Administration officers stormed Masafer Yatta area, south of Hebron and stationed in Ma’in area. Israeli authorities handed civilians 3 notices to halt construction in their houses under the pretext of building without licensing.
  • On the same day, IOF issued a military order No. (20/12/H) to confiscate a 1,639 square meters from a land owned by Adnan Mustafa Amin Daraghmah in Kherbat Ghazal area in Jordan’s northern valleys to expand a water pumping station from an artesian water well feeding Israeli settlements and military camps.
  • At approximately 11:30 on Saturday, 26 September 2020, IOF backed by 2 military construction vehicles accompanied with Civil Administration officers stormed al-Khaldiyah area, east of Yatta area, south of Hebron. The soldiers raided a construction site and Israeli authorities prevented a concrete pump and mixer from reaching the site, detained them for a short time before confiscating them under the pretext of illegal work in Area (C).
  • At approximately 10:20 on Tuesday, 29 September 2020, IOF accompanied with Civil Administration vehicle and 2 bulldozers stormed Kherbat Yarza in Jordan’s northern valleys, east of Tubas, north of the West Bank. IOF demolished 2 houses built on (60sqm) owned by Hafeth and Rami Nai, Hafeth Masaeed under the pretext of illegal construction in Area (C). IOF also prevented Palestine TV Satellite crews from covering the incidents and confiscated their vehicle.According to PCHR’s investigations, at approximately 10:20, on Monday, 29 September 2020, the Palestine TV reporter in Tubas, Ameer Shaheen, headed to Kherbet Yerza in northern Jordan Valley, east of Tubas, to cover the demolition of two houses by IOF. The reporter arrived at the area in a Palestine TV vehicle, driven by Suliman Hejjeh (34). Upon their arrival, the two journalists saw an SUV of the Israeli Civil Administration present in the area to secure the demolition of two houses by Israeli bulldozers. Shaheen stepped out of the vehicle, 500 meters away from the two houses, and started to photograph the demolition.Meanwhile, Hejjeh said that: “Five minutes after our arrival, an Israeli liaison officer came and asked for my ID card and I gave it to him. He took it to another officer and then returned and told me to take everything from the vehicle because he would confiscate under the pretext of being in a closed military zone. They confiscated the vehicle and took it to an unknown destination after allowing us to take our belongings from it. The officers handed me a confiscation warrant.”Hejjeh added that his colleague Shaheen continued to photograph the demolition for half an hour until it was over. He called Tubas Governor and told him about the incident. The Governor sent a taxi for them to take them to Palestine TV office in Tubas.
  • At approximately 11:00, IOF stormed al-Baqi’ah hell in Jordan’s northern valleys, east of Tubas, north of the West Bank. IOF confiscated a vehicle owned by Yusuf Qasem Mohammed Abu Arrah, a farmer, and handed him a paper of the confiscation decision.
  • At approximately 13:00, IOF accompanied with Civil Administration bulldozer stormed al-Sababah area, east of Howarah area, southeast of Nablus, north of the West Bank. The bulldozer demolished a barrack built of zinco sheets on (120sqm) owned by Jamil Jamal Khader, from Howara village. Khader built the barrack 3 months ago and cost him NIS 20,000 to use it as a car wash, but he was surprised of a notice fixed on the barrack’s walls by IOF 4 days ago to demolish it within 96 hours under the pretext of illegal construction in Area (C).
  • At approximately 08:00 on Wednesday, 30 September 2020, IOF uprooted dozens of olive trees after they leveled a land in Husan village, west of Bethlehem and demolished a pergola and pertaining walls. Mohammed Sibatin, Head of Husan Village Council, said that IOF uprooted dozens of olive trees after leveling lands (estimated of 3 dunums) of many farmers in Kherbat Hammoudah, west of the village. Sibatin emphasized that IOF demolished pertaining walls and a pergola that was used as a store and implanting owned by Adel Sa’di Shushah under the pretext that these lands are under the Israeli full control and no one is allowed to enter them or prepare them. Sibatin also said that Israeli soldiers lately escalated their military measures against Palestinian farmers in the abovementioned area as they prevented them from approaching their lands adjacent to “Beitar Illit” settlement established on civilian’s lands, west of Bethlehem.
  • At approximately 10:00, IOF backed by several military construction vehicles accompanied with Civil Administration officers, a bulldozer, and a digger stormed Shi’b al Batin in al-Masafer area, southeast of Yatta, south of Hebron. The soldiers deployed between civilians’ houses while the bulldozer demolished 2 houses built of tin plates under the pretext of building without a license.
  • At the same time, IOF accompanied with Civil Administration vehicle (bulldozer) stormed Jiftlik village, north of Jericho, north of the West Bank. The bulldozer demolished a barrack built of zinco sheets on (100m) owned by Hasan Salem Mousa al-Ka’abnah, from Jiftlik village. Al-Ka’abnah used part of the barrack as a home for him and his family comprised of 10 individuals, most of them are children, and the other part as animals’ barn. The demolition came under the pretext of illegal construction in Area (C).

b. Israeli Settlers’ Attacks on Palestinian Civilians and their Property

  • On Friday, 25 September 2020, Israeli settlers burnt 50 olive trees in Wadi al-Shami area, southwest of al-Khader village, south of Bethlehem. Mohammed Brijiyah, Head of Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission said that Israeli settlers from “Neve Daniel” settlement established on lands of al-Khader village, burnt 50 olive trees implanted for more than 20 years in Wadi al-Sham area, southwest of al-Khader village, owned by Amin Khader Salah.
  • At approximately 14:00 on Saturday, 26 September 2020, a group of Israeli settlers from the group of “Paying the Price”, from Esh Kodesh settlement outpost, southeast of Nablus, attacked Ras al-Nakhel area, east of Qasrah village, adjacent to the above-mentioned The settlers attacked 2 poultry farms, one of them is owned by Fadi Awatlah and Adli Mohammed Rezeq and the other is owned by Abdul Haki, al-Wadin using stones and sharp tools. The settlers punctured the water tanks feeding the land with sharp tools, damaged electricity panels, water and cooling pumps, and sat fire into a land owned by Adli Mohammed Rezeq, as a tractor and an illegal car were completely burnt before civilians gathered and extinguished the fire. In the meantime, clashes erupted between settlers and civilians and Israeli soldiers intervened in favor of the settlers and protected them and took them back to the settlement outpost. Clashes between Israeli soldiers and civilians continued during which the soldiers fired tear gas canisters. As a result, many civilians suffocated due to tear gas inhalation.

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Nazi Forces Level Olive Grove, Storehouse near Bethlehem

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

The Nazi forces, on Wednesday, demolished a Palestinian-owned agricultural storehouse in Husan village, west of Bethlehem in the central West Bank, the Palestinian Information Center reported.

Local sources stated that an Nazi bulldozer accompanied by Nazi soldiers stormed the village and destroyed a storehouse used for agricultural purposes, under the commonly used pretext of ‘unlicensed construction’.

In related news, Nazi army bulldozers, on Wednesday, uprooted Palestinian-owned olive trees, west of Bethlehem city, in Husan village, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.

Mohammad Sabatin, the head of the village council stated that Nazi forces uprooted scores of olive trees from an olive grove located to the west of the village, belonging to Adel Shusha.

Sabatin added that the army leveled the three-dunam olive grove, tore down a shack as well as retaining walls.

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Ten Palestinians Detained, Including a Disabled Man, Child

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Israeli invasion of al-Issawiya (archive image)

The Nazi occupation forces, overnight Tuesday, arrested ten Palestinian civilians from the West Bank, including a young man with special needs, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) reported.

It said that three Palestinians, identified as Abu Yusef Abu Mariyah, 16, Aws Musa Salibi, 20, with special needs, were detained from the southern West Bank towns of Beit Ummar and Adhna in Hebron, in addition to Shadi Al-Batran from Idhna town, west of Hebron.

The Nazi occupation forces also detained Ali Musa Al-Ajouri, 21, and Saif Majed Al-Ajouri, 18, from Beit Fajjar town, south of the central West Bank city of Bethlehem.

In the central West Bank city of Ramallah, two Palestinian civilians from al-Jalazoun refugee camp were detained by Nazi soldiers, namely; Yassin Araisheh and Ahmed Araisheh.

In East Jerusalem, under full Nazi control, troops took two young men, Yunus Sufyan Obaid and Muhammad Wael Ebeid, from al-‘Isawiya town.

Meanwhile, Nazi forces detained Shadi Mutour, a member of the Fatah movement in Jerusalem, on Tuesday morning.

Palestinian WAFA News Agency added that Nazi troops ransacked Mutour’s home in Beit Hanina neighborhood.

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Palestinian Teen Shot by Nazi Forces, in Critical Condition

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Nazi soldiers opened fire, on Wednesday night, at Palestinians, in the southern Nazi occupied West Bank town of Surif, injuring one young man, according to Palestinian security sources.

Sources told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Nazi forces fired live rounds at Palestinians in Surif town, striking a 16-year-old child in the chest.

The injured youth was transferred to a local hospital, in critical condition, undergoing emergency surgery.

It is unclear what the justification was for the occupation army’s firing of live rounds.

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Female Palestinian Detained, PA Official Summoned, Elderly Man Sentenced

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

The Nazi Gastapo intelligence agency, Shin Bet, on Wednesday, detained Palestinian activist Aida as-Sidawi, from her home in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem, the Palestinian Information Center reported.

Sidawi stated that Shin Bet Gastapo officers, accompanied by police forces ransacked her home, detained her and took her to an interrogation centre.

The Nazi forces summoned, on Wednesday, the Zionist puppet Ab-A$$ (PA) governor of occupied Jerusalem, Adnan Ghaith, for questioning, according to Palestinian WAFA News Agency.

Sources said Ghaith was ordered to appear before the Nazi Gastapo intelligence officers at the police station in West Jerusalem.

Nazi military court, on Wednesday, sentenced Palestinian farmer Khairy Hanoun, 64, to one month in prison, and imposed a fine of 1,000 shekels ($300) according to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS).

Hanoun was detained on September 21 from his home in Anabta town, while in early September, he was assaulted by Nazi forces while he was protesting the illegal takeover of his land, at a demonstration in the northern Nazi occupied West Bank.

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Nazi army Demolish Structures in Jericho, Hebron

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Nazi forces demolished, on Wednesday, a number of Palestinian-owned structures in both the northern and southern occupied West Bank, local sources said.

Coordinator of the Popular Committees in Hebron, Rateb al-Jabour, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that the Nazi forces escorted bulldozers that demolished a room, a residential tent, and a shack, belonging to Musa al-Jabareen, in Khirbet Shaab al-Butum, south of Hebron in the southern West Bank.

Bulldozers demolished two more rooms made of brick and tin sheets, a fodder shack, and a traditional oven (Tabun) belonging to Mohammad al-Jabareen.

In the village of al-Jiftlik, north of Jericho in the Jordan Valley, on Wednesday, Israeli forces demolished a tin-sheet structure belonging to Hassan Kaa‘abneh, according to Aref Daraghmeh, a local human rights activist.

In related news, two Palestinian brothers Amer and Ammar Abu Mayaleh, on Wednesday, received demolition orders from the Nazi municipality of West Jerusalem, against their apartments in a two story building in Ras el-Amoud neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

Family members told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that staff from the Nazi municipality ordered the demolition of the two-story building under the pretext of building without a permit.

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U.S. is in Middle East ‘to protect ‘Israel’ not for oil, Trump says

U.S. is in Middle East ‘to protect Israel’ not for oil, Trump says

TRUMP SPEAKS IN WINSTON-SALEM, NC, SEPT. 8, 2020. SCREENSHOT FROM NBC NEWS VIDEO.

By Philip Weiss, reposted from Mondoweiss, Sept. 12, 2020

Four days ago, Donald Trump said the U.S. isn’t involved in the Middle East for oil, but because we “want to protect Israel.” The comments have gone all but unreported in the mainstream press.

Trump made the comment during a rally in Winston-Salem, N.C. on Sept. 8, when he was bragging about America’s energy independence, which he said Joe Biden would undermine if he gets the White House (minute 47):

I like being energy independent, don’t you? I’m sure that most of you noticed when you go to fill up your tank in your car, oftentimes it’s below two dollars. You say how the hell did this happen? Thank you President Trump! Look at your electric bills and everything else– these guys, your electric would go up four, five, six times. The Green New Deal it’s called the Green New Nightmare. While I’m president, America will remain the number one producer of oil and natural gas in the world. We will remain energy independent. It should be for many many years to come. The fact is, we don’t have to be in the Middle East, other than we want to protect Israel. We’ve been very good to Israel. Other than that, we don’t have to be in the Middle East. You know there was a time we needed desperately oil, we don’t need that anymore. We have more than they do, isn’t that nice? After years of rebuilding other countries, we are finally building our country.

The American Conservative’s Barbara Boland is the only reporter who seems to have picked up Trump’s remarks. No one else cares, evidently.

Do you remember all the arguments about Why are we engaged in so many conflicts in the Middle East? And why we are going to war in Iraq? And the mainstream default position is that it’s because of oil. Even though we lost concessions in Iraq.

These comments by Trump, the disrupter, tie into the long but shadowy pedigree of analysis from policymakers that we invaded Iraq to make Israel safer. Like the former head of the 911 Commission who said that the threat to Israel was the motivation for the war, but that was “the threat that dare not speak its name.” Or Colin Powell’s comment that we went into Iraq because the Secretary of Defense bought the neoconservative arguments of “the JINSA crowd,” referring to the Israel lobby group the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.

Trump touches on a larger realpolitik understanding of the creation of Israel, that it helped foster unrest throughout the region. As the State Department warned that it would do, in the 1940s. But don’t expect anyone in our media to consider such ideas…

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A sensationalist, award-winning ‘NY Times’ podcast on Islamic Jihadism was based on a fraud

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

A sensationalist, award-winning ‘NY Times’ podcast on Islamic Jihadism was based on a fraud

ARTWORK PROMOTING THE NEW YORK TIMES PODCAST “CALIPHATE” (IMAGE: NEW YORK TIMES)

A 10-part series by the New York Times’ Rukmini Callimachi was based on ‘revelations’ by a man who was recently arrested in Canada and charged with fraud. Callimachi has connections to Israel lobby organizations…

By James North, reposted from Mondoweiss (video and photos added)

An award-winning breathless New York Times podcast about Islamic Jihadism that was downloaded millions of times in 2018 turns out to have been based on a fraudulent liar — but so far the paper and its reporter, Rukmini Callimachi, have declined to fully acknowledge their error.

The podcast, “Caliphate,” won the prestigious Peabody award in 2018, even though genuine experts had already raised serious doubts about Callimachi’s reporting. But a closer look at the developing scandal suggests that the reporter herself is only partly to blame; she is working in a mainstream journalistic world that encourages and rewards biased looks at Islam and Jihadism.

“Caliphate” was based around the “revelations” of “Abu Huzayfah,” a young Canadian who said he had joined ISIS in Syria where he personally murdered prisoners. Skeptics raised doubts immediately — but it took until last week for Canadian authorities to arrest 25-year-old Shehroze Chaudhry, charging that he made up his story.Video Player00:0002:44

The Times and Callimachi have defended themselves so far by contending that midway through their 10-part podcast they did concede that Abu Huzayfa’s story may not have been entirely accurate. But they have stopped far short of a full-fledged retraction.

Here is a sample of what Chaudry/Abu Huzayfah claimed in Callimachi’s popular podcast:

The blood — it was warm, and it sprayed everywhere. And the guy cried — was crying and screaming. It’s hard. I had to stab him multiple times. And then we put him up on a cross. And I had to leave the dagger in his heart.

The dishonesty of “Caliphate” comes as no surprise to knowledgeable critics. In a remarkable report in The Baffler back in 2018, the Pakistani writer Rafia Zakaria warned that “Abu Huzaifa’s” story did not ring true. Zakaria went on:

For Callimachi, the hunched and hooded Abu Huzaifa appears forbidding and lethal precisely because he doesn’t appear to be either of those things. It’s his ‘everyday-ness,’ she tells us again and again; any brown man could be a terrorist, is the implication.

Rukmini Callimachi
Rukmini Callimachi is listed as an ‘Outside Author’ by the Washington Institute for Middle East Affairs (WINEP), which was founded by AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. (WINEP)

Rukmini Callimachi has also come under fire for seizing 15,000 pages of ISIS documents after Iraqi forces recaptured Mosel in 2016, and writing articles based on them. A long, persuasive exposé by Maryam Saleh in The Intercept noted that scholars and others had objected to Callimachi’s grabbing the documents and also asked if she had not put Iraqis at risk by reporting their names.

Valens Global

There is more. In February 2017, Callimachi published a long, characteristically breathless report headlined: “Not ‘Lone Wolves’ After All: How ISIS Guides World’s Terror Plots From Afar.”

A genuine expert, Professor Alex Thurston, challenged her immediately. He sent a detailed critique to the New York Times’s Public Editor (the paper still had one), which started out by asking why she relied on 3 separate “terrorism analysts” who were all connected with Valens Global, a right-wing Washington, D.C. organization.

[Editor’s note: One of Callimachi’s sources, Valens Global CEO Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, had been vice president at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), a think tank closely associated with Israel. Before that he worked with Steven Emerson, another Israel partisan who claims to be a ‘terrorist expert.’]

Thurston pointed out that Valens “clearly has a business incentive to depict the threat of global jihadism as severe.” He closed by noting:

I am concerned that right-wing perspectives on terrorism are unduly shaping the New York Times’s coverage.

Rukmini Callimachi at FDD
Rukmini Callimachi speaks at Foundation for Defense of Democracies event. (FDD)

The unmasking of “Abu Huzayfah” has prompted an avalanche of online criticism of Callimachi. But the failure is actually not hers alone. She works in a mainstream media world that is still disfigured by Orientalist sensationalism and honors such work.

Despite the numerous doubts about some of her dispatches, her bio on the Times website boasts that she is “a four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist. . . She is also the winner of the George Polk Award for International Reporting, multiple Overseas Press Club Awards. . .” Basking in that kind of approval, why would Rukmini Callimachi pay any attention to the doubters?

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Repression of speech and scholarship on Palestine needs to end

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Repression of speech and scholarship on Palestine needs to end

The University of Toronto recently rescinded an employment offer to a scholar because an Israel partisan objected.

More than a thousand academics and lawyers have signed an open letter calling on academic and government institutions around the world to cease subjecting those defending justice for Palestinians to censorship and penalties…

A Canadian University rescinded a job offer after an Israel partisan complained… in the U.S. there have been 1,494 incidents… in France students have been jailed…

By Azeezah Kanji, Dania Majid, and David Palumbo-Liu, reposted from Aljazeera

Valentina Azarova

As lawyers and academics, we are deeply troubled and exasperated by the pervasive repression of speech and scholarship on Palestine. This includes recent reports that the University of Toronto’s Faculty of law rescinded an employment offer to noted international human rights scholar Valentina Azarova, following a complaint by a sitting judge regarding her research on Israel’s occupation policies*.

[Editor’s note: HRW reports: “After the university reversed their decision, the chair of the program’s law faculty advisory committee resigned from the committee. Another member of the hiring panel quit his job with the program and the rest of the faculty advisory committee resigned.”

The Globe and Mail reports that the judge is David Spiro, a donor to the law school and a “former member of the board of directors of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, an advocacy group.” The Canadian Judicial Council may investigate allegations that Spiro “improperly interfered in the hiring process at the University of Toronto’s International Human Rights Program.”]

Judge David Spiro, a donor to the law school, complained about the appointment. He is a former board member of an Israel advocacy group. (Law Times)

Broad climate of suppression

The reported treatment of Azarova is consistent with a broader and intensifying climate of suppression. Lawyers, academics, journalists, teachers, artists, students, activists, and trade unions in Canada have been subjected to smear campaigns, event cancellations, physical violence, professional disciplinary measures, and condemnation by the prime minister and other political leaders for opposing Israel’s gross violations of international law and expressing solidarity with Palestinians. In August, Indigenous CBC journalist Duncan McCue was required to apologise simply for using the word “Palestine” on-air.

The situation in Canada mirrors that of other countries. In the United States, for example, 1,494 incidents taking aim at free speech were reported to NGO Palestine Legal from 2014 to 2019; 74 percent were directed at students and academics at universities. In France, rights activists have been criminally convicted for their support of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign pressuring Israel to comply with international law. This criminalisation was recently condemned by the European Court of Human Rights as a violation of freedom of expression.

The clampdown threatens to be further exacerbated by the institutionalisation of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism.

As a 2018 letter from more than 40 Jewish organisations around the world warns: “The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism, which is increasingly being adopted or considered by western governments, is worded in such a way as to be easily adopted or considered by western governments to intentionally equate legitimate criticisms of Israel and advocacy for Palestinian rights with antisemitism, as a means to suppress the former.” A statement signed by more than 400 academics opposes the implementation of this definition in Canada for this reason.

[Editor’s note: For more information on the IHRA definition see: “International campaign is criminalizing criticism of Israel as ‘antisemitism’”]

Even the original drafter of the IHRA definition, Kenneth Stern, has cautioned against “enshrin[ing] this definition into law” due to the danger of legally conflating anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism. Yet Ontario’s Bill 168 proposes to do precisely that, by mandating the use of the IHRA definition to interpret anti-discrimination and anti-hate laws. Motions to adopt this problematic definition have also been tabled in municipal councils across the country.

The intensification of speech repression coincides with the intensification of Palestinian oppression and dispossession, with Israel’s planned formal annexation of Palestinian territory – denounced by 48 UN human rights experts as the “crystallisation of an already unjust reality.”

In the face of these gross and flagrant transgressions, it is vital that the space for scholarship, speech, and activism in defence of the most basic rights of Palestinians be preserved. This includes the work of scholars such as Azarova. It is highly perturbing when academic institutions and law faculties – instead of protecting free speech and fundamental rights – are participants in the suppression.

We call on the University of Toronto Faculty of Law to restore Azarova’s employment offer and issue an apology. We also call on the Canadian Judicial Council to investigate the conduct of the judge who complained about Azarova’s appointment. And we call on all academic and government institutions to cease subjecting those defending justice for Palestinians to censorship and penalisation.

Signatories:

  • Judith Butler: University of California, Berkeley
  • Diana Buttu: lawyer, University of Toronto Faculty of Law alumnus
  • Noam Chomsky: Laureate Professor, University of Arizona; Institute Professor (emeritus), MIT
  • Angela Davis: Professor Emerita, UCSC
  • John Dugard SC: Emeritus Professor of Law, Leiden and Witwatersrand; former Judge ad hoc, International Court of Justice
  • Noura Erakat: Assistant Professor, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
  • Richard Falk: Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law, Princeton University
  • Mireille Fanon-Mendes-France: former UN Expert on People of African Descent
  • Leilani Farha: former UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing (2014-2020); Global Director, The Shift
  • Guy S Goodwin-Gill: Professor of Law, University of New South Wales; Emeritus Professor of International Refugee Law and Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College, University of Oxford
  • Ghada Karmi: doctor; author; former Research Fellow, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter
  • Robin DG Kelley: Gary B Nash Endowed Chair in US History, UCLA
  • Viet Nguyen: University Professor, University of Southern California; Pulitzer Prize winner, Literature
  • Ilan Pappe: University of Exeter
  • Avi Shlaim: Emeritus Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford

Full list of 1300+ signatories can be viewed here. 

*University of Toronto denies an official employment offer was ever made to Valentina Azerova



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