(01 – 07 September 2016)
Gaza Strip: Palestinian Civilians Checking their House after Nazi Artillery Attack on it.
- Nazi forces continued to use excessive force in the oPt
- A Palestinian civilian was killed in Shu’fat refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem.
– 6 Palestinian civilians, including a woman, were wounded in the West Bank.
- Nazi forces targeted the border area along in the northern Gaza Strip.
– 3 houses and a military training site sustained material damage.
- Nazi forces conducted 78 incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank and a limited one in the southern Gaza Strip.
– 60 civilians, including 9 children, were arrested.
– 17 of them, including 5 children, were arrested in occupied Jerusalem.
– 9-year-old boy was arrested when attempting to pass through the border fence into the Nazi state. However, he was released the next day.
- Nazi forces continued their efforts to create Jewish majority in occupied East Jerusalem.
– A Palestinian civilian was obliged to self-demolish his house in the Old City.
- Nazi forces continued settlement activities in the West Bank.
– 250 olive trees in Ras Attiya village, south of Qalqilia, were cut off.
– 3 dwellings and 9 other facilities in al-Aqaba village, in northern Jordan Valley, were demolished.
- Nazi forces continued to target Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip Sea
- Nazi forces turned the West Bank into cantons and continued to impose the illegal closure on the Gaza Strip for the 9th year.
– Dozens of temporary checkpoints were established in the West Bank and others were re-established to obstruct the movement of Palestinian civilians.
– A Palestinian civilian was arrested at military checkpoints.
Nazi Jewish Gestapo violations of international law and international humanitarian law in the oPt continued during the reporting period (01 – 07 September 2016).
Nazi forces have continued to commit crimes, inflicting civilian casualties. They have also continued to use excessive force against Palestinian civilians participating in peaceful protests in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the majority of whom were youngsters. During the reporting period, Nazi forces killed a Palestinian civilian in Shu’fat refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, and wounded 6 others, including a woman; 5 of whom in the West Bank and the 6th in Jerusalem. In the Gaza Strip, Nazi navy forces continued to target Palestinian fishermen and chase them in the sea, while Nazi land troops continued to target the border area.
In the West Bank, on 05 September 2016, in excessive use of lethal force, Nazi forces killed Mostafa Nemer (27) and wounded and arrested his kinsman Ali Nemer (25).
On 02 September 2016, Nidal Ishtaya (42), from Salem village, east of Nablus, was hit with a gas bomb to the back of his head. As a result, his helmet was smashed and he sustained wounds to the head. The aforementioned person was covering Kufor Qaddoum weekly protest, northeast of Qalqilya.
On 04 September 2016, 2 Palestinian civilians were wounded in Sebastya village, northwest of Nablus, when Nazi forces moved into the village. A number of Palestinian youngsters gathered and threw stones at the Nazi forces that immediately opened fire in response. As a result, a 25-year-old male sustained a bullet wound to the leg and a 24-year-old male sustained a shrapnel wound to the leg as well.
On 05 September 2016, an 18-year-old male sustained a shrapnel wound to the leg when Nazi forces moved into Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus. As a result, a number of youngsters gathered and threw stones at the Nazi soldiers, who opened fire in response.
On 06 September 2016, Nahla al-Emour (55), from Rumana village, west of Jenin, sustained a bullet wound to the shoulder. The aforementioned woman was wounded while she was in her house yard that is a kilometre away from the annexation wall, northwest of the village. Medical sources at Dr. Khalil Suleiman Hospital in Jenin to which she was admitted that the bullet that was taken out of her shoulder was fired from an M16 that is used by Nazi forces.
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