Weekly Report on Israeli Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory From (29/11/2018 to 05/12/2018) Summary:

Weekly Report on Israeli Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

From (29/11/2018 to 05/12/2018)

Summary:

During the period covered by the present report (29/11/2018 to 05/12/2018), Israeli Occupation Forces continued their grave and systematic violations to the rules of international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Details:

  • On the International Day for Disable people: A Palestinian civilian with disabilities was martyred in Tulkarem city
  • (5) citizens were wounded in the West Bank
  • Israeli Occupation Army continues to use excessive force against peaceful demonstrators in Gaza Strip
  • (98) civilians, including (28) children, (4) women, (2) journalists and a female paramedic were wounded.
  • Occupation forces carried out (101) incursions in the West Bank and (3) limited incursions in Gaza.
  • (64) citizens, including (8) children were arrested.
  • The Israeli occupation authorities continue to Judaize occupied East Jerusalem
  • Occupation forces razed two residential houses and two shops and enforced a citizen to raze three other facilities by his own.
  • Settlement works continue in the West Bank
  • Razing two houses in Jericho governorate, 4 caravans in Salfit governorate, and confiscating an agricultural caravan in Nablus governorate
  • Dismantling (Al-Tahadi School 13) in Al-Simya village, south of Hebron
  • Settlers damaged tires of (4) vehicles south of Nablus.
  • Shooting (4) times towards fishing boats at sea, no injuries reported
  • The Israeli occupation forces continue their unjust blockade on Gaza Strip for the twelfth consecutive year, dividing the West Bank into cantons

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