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Clashes erupt as settlers attack Palestinian homes in West Bank

Clashes flared up on Monday evening between Palestinian citizens and Israeli settlers after the latter attacked Palestinian houses in Burin village in Nablus district, north of the West Bank. Local sources said that a group of Palestinian youths rushed to defend the targeted homes and managed to fend off the attack, which sparked clashes with the settlers. Israeli occupation forces …

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Israel settlers attack Palestinian farmers in Jordan Valley

While Palestinians are busy fighting the outbreak of the coronavirus, Israeli occupation settlers have increased their attacks in the occupied Jordan Valley, Al Mugtama Magazine reported yesterday. The armed settlers carried out a wide-scale campaign of attacks on the Palestinian herders and farmers. They stole scores of animals and damaged wide swathes of farmlands. “The situation in the Jordan Valley …

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Investigation finds Israel soldiers shot at Palestinians simply making a U-turn

An investigation by Israeli newspaper Haaretz has revealed that Israeli soldiers opened fire on a Palestinian vehicle whose driver was simply making a U-turn, in what military officials described at the time as an attempted ‘car-ramming’ attack. According to the paper, on 20 February, the Israeli army spokesperson reported that soldiers had shot at a Palestinian vehicle that accelerated toward …

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Palestine declares state of emergency to tackle coronavirus outbreak

Four new cases of the coronavirus have been detected in the occupied West Bank bringing the total number of infections to 35 and forcing the government to declare a 30-day state of emergency yesterday. The cases have been found in the Bethlehem and patients have been quarantined. Iran, which has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world after …

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Dozens of Palestinians injured in Weekly Marches

Confrontations erupted on Friday between the Israeli occupation and the locals of Kafr Qaddum in eastern Qalqilya after the Israeli repression of the village’s weekly anti-settlement protest. The photojournalist, Ja’far Ishtayyeh, was reportedly wounded with a rubber-coated metal bullet in his leg while he was covering the confrontations. Another young man was wounded with rubber-coated metal bullets during the confrontations …

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Israeli army displaces Palestinian family in West Bank

The family of Fadel Abu Alya spent the night outdoors after the Israeli occupation army wreaked havoc on its homes in the southeast of Duma town in Nablus on Tuesday. According to local sources, Israeli troops stormed the Bedouin areas of al-Rashash and Khirbet Jab’eit and razed tents, crude homes and structures belonging to the family of Abu Alya. The …

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Israeli forces detain 15 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces today detained 15 Palestinians in multiple overnight raids across the West Bank, but mainly from the northern West Bank town of Beita, said the Palestine Prisoners’ Society (PPS). In Nablus district, PPS said that Israeli forces detained eight Palestinians after ransacking the houses of their families in Beita town, south of Nablus city, where Palestinians have been …

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IOF uproots 400 olive trees near Bethlehem

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Monday uprooted hundreds of Palestinian-owned trees in Wadi Fukin village west of the West Bank city of Bethlehem. Local sources said that the IOF uprooted about 400 olive trees owned by the Palestinian citizen Mohammed al-Horoub. Last week, they noted, Israeli settlers chopped off 800 olive trees in the nearby town of al-Khader. Wadi Fukin …

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Two Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli occupation forces in West Bank

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Saturday evening kidnapped two Palestinian young men in the West Bank. According to local sources in Nablus, the IOF kidnapped a young man after he and other local residents confronted a horde of Jewish settlers who stormed the southern area of Madama town in Nablus. In Bethlehem, the IOF kidnapped a university student identified …

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Minister Of Health Says that Seven Coronavirus Cases In Palestine

Minister of Health Mai Kaileh confirmed today that there are seven cases of coronavirus in Palestine, the first since the outbreak of the deadly virus. She said at a press conference in Bethlehem that after examining 20 Palestinians suspected of having the disease who worked at a hotel in this southern West Bank city where a group of Greek tourists …

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