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February, 2021

  • 28 February

    Israeli occupation forces arrests Palestinian over alleged stabbing attempt

    Israeli occupation forces rounded up a Palestinian youth near Nablus afternoon Sunday after claiming he attempted to stab a Jewish settler. Hebrew daily Maariv quoted an IOF spokesman as saying that the young man was chased and apprehended in Salem village near Jenin. It claimed that the unidentified youth tried to stab a settler who was waiting at a bus …

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  • 28 February

    Residents of Asira al-Qibliya repel settlers’ attack

    Residents of Asira al-Qibliya, south of Nablus, on Saturday evening repelled an attack by a group of Jewish settlers that attacked the outskirts of the village. Local sources said that the youths of the village confronted the hordes of settlers who were attacking the Al-Harat Al-Fawqa area in Asira Al-Qibliya. Israeli occupation forces (IOF) came to the area to evacuate …

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  • 27 February

    Israel indicts Israeli Arab over Hamas collaboration claims

    The Israeli District Court of Beersheba on Friday indicted an Israeli-Arab citizen for allegedly collaborating with the Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas. The man was identified as Mohammad Abu Adra, 43, who was arrested on 3 February following Israeli police and Shin Bet investigations, The Times of Israel divulged. His indictment included security offenses related to membership of a: “Terror organisation, …

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  • 27 February

    Ten implications behind the Egyptian minister’s visit to Israel

    The visit of Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El-Molla to Israel carried many political and economic implications. The visit resulted in the signing of an agreement between the occupation and Cairo to link the Leviathan gas field with the Egyptian liquefied natural gas facilities via an underwater pipeline, from which gas can be exported to European markets. …

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  • 27 February

    Two children injured by Israeli navy boat fire in southern Gaza Strip

    Two children were injured early this morning from Israeli navy gunfire while they were at the shore in Rafah city, in the south of the besieged Gaza Strip. The navy boat opened fire at the shore for no apparent reason, injuring the two girls who were taken to hospital in Rafah for treatment. Their condition was not immediately known. The …

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  • 27 February

    UN agency’s decision to cut aid to Gaza Strip refugees raises concern

    Mohammed Rashwan is worried for his family of 10 after a decision from the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to reduce aid to Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip. He was diagnosed with cancer about seven years ago and relies on the relief aid provided by the agency. “A single basket of aid is not enough for us for …

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  • 27 February

    UN, European states call on Israel to halt demolitions

    The United Nations and European members of the Security Council on Friday called on Israel to stop demolitions of Bedouin settlements in the Jordan Valley, and for humanitarian access to the community living in Humsa Al-Baqaia. In a joint statement at the end of a monthly session of the Security Council on the conflict in the Middle East, Estonia, France, …

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  • 25 February

    Israel takes over 193 dunams of Palestinian land for a landfill

    Israeli occupation authorities announced today their takeover of 193 dunams of Palestinian-owned land belonging to the village of Deir Dibwan, east of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, in favor of the establishment of a landfill that will serve Israeli settlements, according to the village’s mayor. Mansour Mansour told reporters that a map recently published by the Israeli occupation authorities shows …

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  • 25 February

    Gaza refugees protest against UNRWA’s reduction of food coupons

    Hundreds of Palestinian refugees in the southern Gaza city of Khan Younis protested in front of the UN Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA)’s office yesterday calling for the international organisation to stop reducing its services. The protest, which was organised by the PLO’s Popular Refugee Committee (PRC), was triggered by UNRWA’s reduction in the value of the food coupon distributed …

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  • 25 February

    A prisoner exchange will be on the terms set by the Palestinian resistance

    The current Israeli government may be in dire need of a prisoner exchange deal which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can use to win over the army and the Israeli public by presenting himself as the most capable of resolving complex issues with the Palestinians and Arabs. Minister of Defence Benny Gantz may be the most keen to close the file …

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