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Shackled and bed bound: How Israel treats hospitalized Palestinian prisoners

When Munir Moqbel secretly snapped photos of his son, 16-year-old Mohammad, handcuffed to a hospital bed in Jerusalem, the images sparked renewed outrage on social media over the treatment of injured and sick detained Palestinians by Israeli forces.  During an Israeli military raid on al-Arroub refugee camp, north of the city of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank, on …

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UNRWA funding runs dry, affecting staff salaries

If the donor countries which support the United Nations Relief and Works Agency /UNRWA/ for Palestine refugees do not come up with enough money this month, the UN agency may not able to pay the December salaries for its staff, today said UNRWA Director of Communications Sami Mshasha. He said UNRWA is having difficulty raising money to pay the December …

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28 new fatalities, 1564 new confirmed cases in Palestine

Twenty-eight Palestinians have died of coronavirus in Palestine in the last 24 hours, 1564 new cases were recorded, and 2145 patients have recovered, today said Minister of Health Mai Alkaila in her daily report on coronavirus in Palestine. She said 14 people died in the West Bank, eight in the Gaza Strip, and in East Jerusalem six have died over …

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Israeli occupation bulldozers destroy several sites in Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) on Monday morning embarked on carrying out a bulldozing activity near the entrance of the Yusufiya cemetery in the Old City of Jerusalem Head of the Islamic cemeteries committee Mustafa Abu Zahra said that an Israeli municipal crew stormed the area and bulldozed the area near the entrance of the Yusufiya cemetery. He added that …

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Palestinian woman and her kid run over by Israeli settler

A Jewish settler driving at high speed ran over a Palestinian woman and her child on Sunday evening and injured them on a road in Huwara town, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. According to eyewitnesses, a settler rammed his car into a woman and her kid as they were crossing the main road in Huwara town in …

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Dawn raids and arrests in West Bank and Jerusalem

Various areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem witnessed on Saturday night and at dawn Sunday raids and searches carried out by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) during which they arrested several Palestinians.  In Occupied Jerusalem, al-Issawiya town witnessed clashes between Palestinian youths and the Israeli police which stormed the town.  The special units of the occupation army known as …

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Israeli settlers burn olive trees in Hebron

Israeli settlers set fire to large tracts of olive fields, burning hundreds of fully grown trees belonging to a local Palestinian family in Khallet Ad-Dabi‘ area to the east of Yatta town in the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron, according to a local source. Coordinator of the Popular anti-Settlement Committees Rateb Jabour said a group of settlers from …

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Israeli settlers assault Palestinian homes near Hebron

A group of rampaging Israeli settlers last night attacked homes of Palestinian citizens near the town of Sa’ir, to the northeast of Hebron in the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian security sources. Settlers attacked homes in the outskirts of the town, shouted profanities at their residents and threatened to murder them and burn their homes. In the meantime, Israeli …

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17 new Covid deaths in Palestine, 1639 new confirmed cases

A total of 17 deaths from coronavirus, 1639 new infections and 1987 recoveries were registered across the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip during the last 24 hours, according to Minister of Health Mai Alkaila. She said in her daily coronavirus report that 11 people and five others died from the novel virus in the occupied West Bank in …

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