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26 prisoners suffered injuries during recent raids in Ofer jail

The Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) has reported that 26 Palestinian prisoners in Ofer jail have suffered injuries during the violent raids on their cells that happened following the death of prisoner Dawoud al-Khatib three days ago. Khatib died last Wednesday in Israel’s Ofer prison, a few months before he was set to complete his 18-year sentence. This death has provoked …

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Hamas denies any link to far-right US group Boogaloo Bois

Palestinian resistance group Hamas has denied any link to the far-right extremist movement Boogaloo Bois in the United States, reports Anadolu Agency. American and Israeli media reported that two members from Boogaloo Bois group were arrested by US authorities and charged with conspiring to support Hamas. Media reports said that the US Justice Department accused both Michael Robert Solomon, 30, …

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Gaza reports 162 new coronavirus cases

Palestinian health authorities confirmed 162 new infections from the coronavirus pandemic in the blockaded Gaza Strip on Sunday. In a statement, the Gaza’s Health Ministry said the enclave’s tally rose to 969 confirmed cases, including seven deaths and 89 recoveries. “The number of active cases in Gaza rose to 873,” the ministry said, calling on residents to abide by health …

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Five new deaths from Coronavirus reported in Palestine in last 24 hours

Five new deaths from coronavirus were recorded in the last 24 hours in Palestine, according to the minister of health Mai al-Kileh. She said that two Palestinians in Gaza, and three others in the occupied West Bank district of Hebron and Bethlehem, have died of the coronavirus. The ministry recorded today 632 new coronavirus cases in the West Bank, distributed …

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Palestine records 806 confirmed Coronavirus cases, three fatalities

Palestine today recorded 806 new novel coronavirus cases and three fatalities in the last 24 hours. Health Minister Mai al-Kaileh announced in a press statement that 806 Palestinians contracted the highly contagious virus and three other died of it in the occupied territories in the last 24 hours. Among the 806 cases, 220 cases were recorded in Hebron district, 27 …

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El Al to fly first cargo flight to Dubai by an Israeli carrier

El Al Israel Airlines said on Thursday it would operate the first cargo flight to Dubai by an Israeli carrier on September 16, reported Reuters. The first flight, using a Boeing 747 jet, will travel to Belgium and from there to Dubai, carrying agricultural and high tech products. It will later become a weekly flight, leaving Israel every Wednesday and returning to Israel on …

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Israel approves funds for ‘anti-Muslim hate group’ to fight BDS

Casting further light on the nexus between Zionism and the rise of the Islamophobia industry, the Israeli government has approved a grant to an American “anti-Muslim hate group”. Documents obtained by Jewish-American magazine, Forward, through a Freedom of Information Act request, revealed that Israel’s Ministry of Strategic Affairs, transferred $40,000 to a Tennessee-based Christian Zionist organization which is on the Southern Poverty …

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UN expert: Gaza does not need temporary solutions

A UN human rights expert has welcomed the announcement last Monday that Israel and Hamas have reached an understanding to halt hostilities, but he warned that the Gaza Strip does not need temporary solutions. Michael Lynk, the special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories, said in recent remarks that the true agreement on Gaza …

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Dozens of settlers defile Al Aqsa Mosque under police guard

At least 123 Jewish settlers on Thursday morning stormed the Aqsa Mosque in Occupied Jerusalem and desecrated its courtyards under police escort. According to the Islamic Awqaf Department in Jerusalem, 70 students of Jewish religious institutes were among the groups of settlers who entered the Mosque through al-Maghariba Gate and toured its courtyards. Meanwhile, 11 intelligence officers defiled and toured …

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