Weekly Report on Israeli Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory From (20/06/2019 – 26/06/2019)

Weekly Report on Israeli Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

From (20/06/2019 – 26/06/2019)

Summary:

During the period covered by the present report 20/06/2019 – 26/06/2019), 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:

  •  (124) Palestinian civilians, including (28) children, (3) women and a paramedic were injured in the 63rd week of Al-A’wada March at Gaza Strip borders.
  • (4) Palestinians, including (2) children, were wounded in the West Bank.
  • The Israeli army carries out (68) incursions in the West Bank.
  • The occupation army arrested (62) citizens, including (9) children, a woman and a journalist. 
  • The occupation army continued to fire at farmers and sheep herders in the Gaza Strip border areas, no injuries were reported.
  • The occupation army uprooted and confiscated a residential tent belonging to a Palestinian family, and confiscated a truck and a car belonging to Beit Ummar Municipality in Hebron Governorate.
  • Settlers raze areas of Salfit and Bethlehem land to build new settlement housing units.
  • The occupation army gives residents of (16) residential buildings in Sur Baher village, in occupied Jerusalem, for self-destruction before the date of the next July 18.
  • A gas-filling station under construction in Anata town, in occupied Jerusalem was razed.
  • The occupation forces continue their unjust blockade on Gaza Strip for the thirteenth consecutive year, dividing the West Bank into cantons by internal military checkpoints.

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