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Israeli occupation forces kidnap Palestinian from his home in northern Ramallah

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Saturday morning kidnaped a Palestinian ex-detainee during a campaign in al-Jalazon refugee camp in northern Ramallah. According to local sources, the IOF kidnaped 29-year-old Mohamed Sharakah after ransacking his home in the camp. 26 Palestinian citizens had been kidnaped by the IOF in different areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem during the days …

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14 Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike against the unfair administrative detention

14 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli detention are currently on hunger strike in protest of their unfair administrative detention without a charge or trial, according to the Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs Commission. The Commission called on the international and local human rights and humanitarian institutions to take immediate action to put an end to the Israeli maltreatment of the hunger-striking detainees, …

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Bennett vows to return Israeli citizens, bodies held by H…amas in Gaza

Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has vowed to bring back from Gaza two missing Israeli civilians as well as the remains of two soldiers who were killed during the Israeli offensive on the Palestinian coastal enclave in 2014. The four have been reportedly held by Hamas in Gaza since 2014. According to an official statement issued by Bennett’s office, the …

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Turkey and Algeria discuss cooperation and support for Palestine

Turkey and Algeria are discussing ways to cooperate and support Palestine, Anadolu has reported. The Speaker of the Algerian Parliament, Ibrahim Bougali, has raised this with his Turkish counterpart Mustafa Sentop during a telephone call initiated by the latter. According to a statement issued by the National People’s Assembly, Algeria’s lower chamber, Bougali and Sentop looked at the reality and …

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Palestine’s first Olympic weightlifter to compete in Tokyo Games

Palestinian weightlifter from Gaza, Mohammad Hamada, will be making history by being the first such athlete to compete at the Olympic Games in Tokyo this month. Hamada secured his place after participating in six international qualifying contests since 2019. Reuters reported today that the 19-year-old left Gaza several weeks ago for Doha, Qatar, in order to avoid any travelling issues …

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Israel PM warns Unilever of ‘severe consequences’ from Ben & Jerry’s decision

Israel warned consumer goods giant Unilever Plc on Tuesday of “severe consequences” from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories and urged US states to invoke anti-boycott laws, reports Reuters. Monday’s announcement followed pro-Palestinian pressure on the Vermont-based company over its business in Israel and Jewish settlements in the West Bank handled …

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Palestinian factions will never accept Gaza siege, body says

The Palestinian National and Islamic Forces said yesterday that they would not accept the continued imposition of the Israeli siege on Gaza, Quds Press reported. Speaking at a press conference, Islamic Jihad leader Khalid Al-Batch said: “The siege and closure of crossings are no longer acceptable. Therefore, we call on the mediators to end this siege and push for the …

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Egypt reopens border crossing with Gaza for Eid holiday

Egypt opened its Rafah border crossing with the Gaza Strip yesterday, allowing stranded Palestinians to return home and celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid with their families, according to the Palestinian embassy in Cairo. The embassy said Palestinians were stuck at Cairo airport for weeks since the crossing last opened in May, following Israel’s 11-day bombardment of the besieged enclave, …

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Gaza prepares animals for Eid Al-Adha

As the Eid Al-Adha holiday approaches, Palestinians in Gaza are preparing calves and sheep for slaughter with 35,000 animals expected to be purchased for this day. Farmer Ahmed Al-Batini, the owner of one of livestock warehouses in Gaza, says that he has no cows left for sale, because people and charities have bought them early. Charities are also expected to …

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