Resoconto dell’OLP Aggressione israeliana in Cisgiordania

Set 2, 2014 | Notizie

L’aggressione israeliana contro contro i territori occupati del governatorato di Gaza va in parallelo con l’oppressione israeliana e la colonizzazione nel resto dello Stato della Palestina occupata. 

Nel periodo dell’ aggressione e dei bombardamenti intensivi su Gaza , gli occupanti hanno continuato l’oppressione e la repressione con centinaia di arresti, l’avanzamento degli insediamenti,demolizioni di case, restrizioni di movimento, detenzioni e violenze dei coloni. 

Alcuni dati forniti da dipartimento dell’Olp sulla situazione nella Cisgiordania e a Gerusalemme.

Luisa Morgantini

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State of Palestine 

Palestine Liberation Organization – Negotiation Affairs Department

28 August 2014

 Summary of Israeli Aggression in the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem 

June 13 – August 26 2014

 “Business as Usual”

 Greetings,

Please find below a link to our latest report “Summary of Israeli Aggression in the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem” including the period between June 13th and August 26th, 2014. 

“The Israeli aggression against the Occupied Gaza Governorates ran in parallel with the Israeli oppression and colonization in the rest of the Occupied State of Palestine. Ongoing aggression continued throughout the period of intensive attacks against Gaza, including the advancement of settlements, home demolitions, movement restrictions, detentions and settler violence.”

Link to Media Brief: http://nad-plo.org/userfiles/file/media%20brief/ummary%20of%20Israeli%20Aggression%20in%20the%20Occupied%20West%20Bank.pdf

Website: http://www.nad-plo.org/  

 State of Palestine

Palestine Liberation Organization

Negotiations Affairs Department

 August 28, 2014

 Summary of Israeli Aggression in the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem

June 13 – August 26 – “Business as Usual”

The Israeli aggression against the Occupied Gaza Governorates ran in parallel with the Israeli oppression and colonization in the rest of the Occupied State of Palestine. Ongoing aggression continued throughout the period of intensive attacks against Gaza, including the advancement of settlements, home demolitions, movement restrictions, detentions and settler violence.

Though Israeli spokespeople tried to present their attacks on Gaza as a particular action against Palestinian resistance groups, Israeli occupation and colonization policies all over the Occupied State of Palestine make it clear that the ultimate Israeli goal continues to be to prevent the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian State.

In fact, the Israeli Government has been trying to portray the situation in Gaza as a justification for not withdrawing from the West Bank. On July 11 PM Netanyahu said “I’m not prepared to create another 20 Gaza (…) The Israeli people understand now what I always say: there cannot be a situation, under any agreement, in which we relinquish security control of the territory west of the Jordan River (i.e Palestine).” This perspective was ratified the day a ceasefire agreement was reached (August 26) by Netanyahu’s Deputy Minister in charge of Liason with the Knesset (Parliament) Mr. Ofir Akunis: No nation gives up on its homeland, and Judea and Samaria (i.e the Occupied West Bank) is the cradle of the Jewish homeland.”

Following is the toll of the Israeli aggression in the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, between June 13th and August 26th, 2014.

 Killings:

Israeli Forces and settlers killed 32 Palestinians all over the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem.  The list of martyrs include:

  • Ahmad Samad’a (Jalazoun Refugee Camp, Ramallah District) – June 16.
  • Mohammad Doudin, 14 years old (Dura, Hebron District) – June 19.
  • Jamil Suf, 60 years old, suffered a heart attack as Israeli forces stormed his home and prevented medical units from reaching the home (Salfit) – June 21.
  • Mohammad Ismail (Ramallah) – June 22
  • Ahmad Khaled (Nablus) – June 22
  • Mustafa Assala (Qalandiya Refugee Camp, Jerusalem District) – June 25.
  • Fatima Rushdi, 65 years old, suffered a heart attack as a result of an Israeli attack on her home (Al Arroub Refugee Camp, Hebron District) – June 26
  • Yousef Abu Zaghat (Jenin Refugee Camp) – July 1
  • Mohammad Abu Khder, 16 years old, burnt alive by Israeli settlers (Shouafat, Jerusalem District) – July 2.
  • Mounir Al Badarin (Samiya Village, Hebron District) – July 14.
  • Mohammad Al Shumari (Al Ram, Jerusalem District) – July 21.
  • Mohammad Humarat (Bethlehem) – July 22.
  • Mohammad Hamrah (Hussan, Bethlehem District) – July 23.
  • Mohammad Al Araj (Qalandiya Refugee Camp, Jerusalem District) – July 24.
  • Bassem Abu Al Rub (Qabatiya, Jenin District) – July 25.
  • Khaled Odeh (Huwwara, Nablus District) – July 25
  • Tayeb Shihadeh (Huwwara, Nablus District) – July 25.
  • Nasser Taqatqa, 14 years old (Beit Fajjar, Bethlehem District) – July 25.
  • Hisham Abu Maria (Beit Ummar, Hebron District) – July 25.
  • Sultan Al Za’aqiq (Beit Ummar, Hebron District) – July 25.
  • Abdel Hamid Baraghit  (Beit Ummar, Hebron District) – July 25.
  • Eid Fadaliya (Al Arroub Refugee Camp, Hebron District) – July 25.
  • Alaa Za’ghir, 16 years old (Idna, Hebron District) – July 29.
  • Oday Jaber, 16 years old (Khirbat Al Misbah, Ramallah District) – August 1.
  • Tamer Qub (Deir Al Ghassun, Tulkarem District) – August 1.
  • Mohammad Ja’abis (Jabal Moukabber, Jerusalem District) – August 4.
  • Mohammad Al Qatari (Al Bireh, Ramallah District) – August 8.
  • Nader Idris (Hebron) – August 8.
  • Zakariya Al Aqra (Qabalan, Nablus District) – August 11.
  • Mohammad Anati, 11 years old shot by Israeli forces in the abdomen (Al Fuwar Refugee Camp, Hebron District) – August 11.
  • Mohammad Bisharat (Tamoun, Tubas District) – August 11.
  • Hassan Ashour, 16 years old (Beit Furik, Nablus District) – August 25.

 Injuries:

In this report period 1397 Palestinians were injured by attacks from Israeli regular forces or gangs of Israeli settlers.

Settlement Construction:

There was ongoing construction in most of the Israeli settlements in the Occupied State of Palestine. Israel also confiscated more lands and approved new settlement units during this report period: 

No Date District Settlement Name Units
1 June 18th Bethlehem Har Homa 172
2 June 20th Jerusalem& Ramallah Ramot & Givat Zeev 380
3 June 26th Qalqilia Maale Shomorn Confiscated lands
4 August 25th Bethlehem & Jerusalem Gilo 708
5 August 25th Hebron H2 area 28
6 August 26th Jerusalem &Bethlehem Pizgat Zeev and Har Homa 184

 The total number of settlement units increased during this report period to reach 1472, making room for almost 6,000 new Israeli settlers. The most significant settlement projects approved are located in strategic areas around Occupied East Jerusalem (Gilo and Har Homa from Bethlehem, Ramot and Giv’at Zeev from Ramallah) aimed at isolating Palestine’s occupied capital from the rest of Palestine, making impossible the creation of an independent State of Palestine.

There were also activities to expand settlements in the northern West Bank area, particularly in Burin – Nablus (settlement of Bracha), Yakir settlement in the Nablus area, Halamish settlement (north of Ramallah) and Salit settlement in Tulkarem lands.

Military Raids:

Israeli forces carried out 1573 military raids since June 13, the equivalent to 21 daily military raids all over the Occupied State of Palestine.

Detentions:

Israeli forces detained 1753 Palestinians, or the equivalent to almost 24 Palestinians detained on a daily basis all over the Occupied State of Palestine. Detentions included several members of the Palestine Legislative Council.

Flying Checkpoints:

This report period reflects a significant raise in the number of movement restrictions, particularly the number of flying checkpoints. At least 1187 were set within the Occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem.

Settler Attacks:

249 settler attacks were reported (3 daily attacks), including the brutal assassination of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, 16 years old, burnt alive after being kidnapped from the neighborhood of Shuafat in Occupied East Jerusalem. Settler gangs continue to attack Palestinians on a daily basis. Israel continues to grant impunity to the vast majority of the settler-terrorists.

Home Demolitions:

At least 50 Palestinian owned structures were demolished, displacing 112 Palestinians, including 66 children and 34 women. 8 of the demolitions took place in Occupied East Jerusalem.

 List of Israeli Attacks by Settlers & Military

 

No Date District Events
1 June 13th Jerusalem Israeli settlers under the protection of Israeli forces stormed Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the Old City and provoked worshipers. Israeli forces fired rubber coated steel bullets stun and tear gas grenades towards several worshipers for alleged stoning and temporally detained six worshiper and released them later.
2 June 14th Hebron Israeli settlers positioned near “Sweisa” settlement located in east Yatta, attempted to abduct the child: Bashar Nawaj’a (14 years old), a resident of Sweisiya village located near the settlement.
3 June 16th Ramallah Israeli forces raided Al-Jalazun camp and clashed with its residents as they stormed and searched several homes. As a result Ahmad Samad’a, a resident of the camp was killed and other four were injured: Ibrahim Thaher, Mohammad Husni, Mohammad Abu Sharifa, Eyad Abu Radaha. Israeli forces also detained five residents.
4 June 18th Bethlehem Israeli forced escorting bulldozers stormed Jabal Abu Sud area located in Al-Khadr and demolished two homes owned by Ali Musa and Ismail Musa for allegedly being built without proper licences.
5 June 19th Hebron Israeli military raided Dura, Sinjil area and Nazlat Jawiya village, clashed with several residents as they stormed and searched homes. As a result Mohammad Dudien (14 years old), was killed and Ramzi Al-Sha’rawi was injured. An orphanage and confiscated several computers and files and a Traffic Police office was assaulted.
6 June 21st Qalqilia Israeli forces raided Harris village, stormed and searched Abu Bakr Al-Sadiq mosque, a reception hall and several homes. As a result  a resident Jamil Suf (60 years old) died after he suffered a heart attack as Israeli forces stormed his home and prevented medical units from reaching him. Israeli Forces also assaulted and injured 2 residents: Jawdat Daoud and Awad Daoud (broken arm).
7 June 22nd Ramallah Israeli forces raided Ramallah and Al-Bireh cities, clashed with several residents as they stormed several homes, merchant shops as well as Rashad school for the mute and an Islamic charity organization. As a result a resident: Mohammad Ismail was killed and  6 others were injured: Usayed Sawafta, Mohammad Badwan, Alaa Zawari’, Othman Daraja, Odeh Al-Barghouthi, and Ahmad Atta. Bushra Al-Taweel was summoned to report to Israeli Intelligence for questioning.
8 June 22nd Nablus Israeli forces raided Balata and Ein Beit Al-Ma camps, stormed and searched several homes and buildings, opened fire towards a resident:Ahmad Khaled as he was heading to the mosque for dawn prayers and as a result killed him. 
9 June 25th Jerusalem Mustafa Aslan, a resident of Qalandiya camp, died of serious injuries sustained during clashes with Israeli forces in Qalandiya Refugee Camp on June 20th 2014. 
10 June 26th Hebron Israeli forces raided Al-Urub camp, clashed with residents in Sa’ir as they stormed and searched several homes. As a result a 65 year old resident Fatima Rushdi died after she suffered a heart attack as result of the attack on her home. 9 residents were also injured and several others suffocated from tear gas inhalation. 3 residents were detained. 
July
1 July 1st Jenin Israeli forces raided Jenin and its camps, clashed with several residents as they stormed several homes. As a result Yusef Abu Zaghat was killed. Three other residents were detained. 
2 July 2nd Jerusalem The corpse of Mohammad Abu Khdeir (16 years old){A resident of Shu’fat neighborhood} was found burnt and killed in Deir Yassin village after Israeli settlers abducted him as he was leaving his home for dawn prayers at a local mosque in Shu’fat {As confirmed by several witnesses and surveillance recordings during the morning of July 2nd 2014} during which several residents protested the abduction and killing then clashed with Israeli forces who injured 12 residents including 3 journalists: Christine Rinawi (Palestine Television Reporter), Ali Yassin (A photographer) and Ahmad Gharabeh (A journalist). Israeli forces closed the main entrance leading to the neighborhood.
3 July 3rd Jerusalem Israeli settlers stormed Beit Hanina and attempted to abduct the child Mohammad Al-Kiswani (8 years old) during which residents were able to prevent the abduction. The settlers were able to flee under the protection of Israeli forces who temporally detained two residents as they tried to respond the settler attack. 
4 July 4th Jerusalem Israeli forces stormed Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the Old City of Jerusalem and fired stun and tear gas grenades towards several worshipers as they were conducting Friday prayers for alleged stoning.
5 July 18th Jerusalem Israeli forces stormed Al-Aqsa mosque compound-fired rubber coated steel bullets, stun and tear gas grenades towards several worshippers (as they were conducting Friday prayers) for alleged stoning. Sa’ed Abu Sneneh and Omar Al-Kiswani (Head of Al-Aqsa Mosque) were injured. 
6 July 24th Jerusalem Israeli forces closed the main entrance gates leading to Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the Old City of Jerusalem and prevented several worshipers from entering the mosque to conduct prayers on the night of Qadr (Night of Power) during which Israeli forces fired rubber coated steel bullets, stun and tear gas grenades towards worshippers. 
7 July 21st Jerusalem Israeli military killed Mohammad Al-Shumari (A resident of Al-Ram )
8 July 25th JerusalemHebron Israeli military killed Mohammad Al-Araj and injured 270 residents including 10 children during a demonstration near Qalandiya checkpoint. In addition, Israeli forces positioned at the entrance of Beit Ummar village killed Eid Fadaliya and injured five others including a child.
August
1 August 1st RamallahTulkarem Israeli military killed Oday Jaber, a resident of Khirbatah Al-Misbah village)) in Safa village and injured 4 children. In addition Israeli military killed (Tamer Faraj Samur Qub, a resident of Deir Al-Ghussun and injured six others. 
2 August 4th Jerusalem Israeli military killed Mohammad Nayef Ja’abis, while driving his bulldozer. Mohammed was a resident of Jabal Al Mukabbir neighbourhood.
3 August 8th RamallahHebron Israeli forces positioned at the entrance of “Pesagot” settlement located in east Al-Bireh fired live ammunition-rubber coated steel bullets, stun and tear gas grenades towards several residents and as a result killed a resident (Mohammad Ahmad Al-Qattari).In addition, Israeli military positioned in Bab Al-Zawiya area, killed Nader Mohammad Sa’di Idris and injured 17 residents.
4 August 10th Hebron Israeli forces killed Mohammad Abdel Hadi Anati (11 years old).
5 August 11th Nablus Israeli military raided Qaballan village, killedZakariya Musa Daoud Al-Aqra and injured 4 residents including a woman and a child.
6 August 17th Israeli forces closed the main entrance gates to Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the Old City of Jerusalem in order to allow a group of Israeli settlers to enter the mosque thus preventing several students and teachers from entering the mosque and assaulted several worshipers located outside the compound gates. 
7 August 20th Jordan Valley Israeli forces demolished residential tents housing several Bedouin families and demolished livestock barracks.
8 August 25th Nablus Hassan Hazem Ashour – 16 years old died as a result of his injury sustained when Israeli military near Beit Beit Furik, Nablus District, fired at him.

 

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