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On 11/28/2021 at 7:18 PM, ummtaalib said:
Candle of Jewish Hanukkah lit at Ibrahimi Mosque

According to local sources, Israeli President Isaac Herzog stormed the Ibrahimi Mosque in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron and lighted the candle of Hanukkah.

Meanwhile, Israeli War Minister, Benny Gantz, lighted the candle of Hanukkah at al-Buraq Wall in occupied
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Zi-o-ni-st Atrocities

Israeli police officers were caught on camera planting a gun in a Bedouin man’s car after pulling him over for using his phone while driving.

The man spent more than a month in detention prior to being released on Sunday after a video, where a police officer can be visibly seen planting the firearm, came to light. By @trtworld

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Israeli occupation forces dismantled #Palestinian-owned agricultural and residential facilities in the village of Nahalin, south of the occupied West Bank. The IOF aggressively assaulted Nahalin's people who protested against the destruction of their facilities.
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Israeli occupation forces sabotaged large amounts of vegetable crops belonging to Palestinian farmers in the town of Anata, northeast of occupied #Jerusalem, today.
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Zio-nist Denial of the Nakba yet they threaten another one

An Israeli journalist threatens Palestinians in the 1948-occupied Palestinian territories.

"The solution to this problem is very easy: we put the Arabs in trucks and we throw them outside the borders. This is how we get rid of them"

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Doesn't make sense because they deny the Nakba ever happened!

Zionists: The Nakba never happened
Also Zionists: What we need is another Nakba

 

 

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Israeli atrocities against the Palestinian people on the increase!

Today, Huge Israeli forces and bulldozers stormed the village of Al-Atrash in Al Naqab, southern the 1948-occupied Palestinian territories, and razed large area of land.

Eye On Palestine (@eye.on.palestine) • Instagram photos and videos

 

 

 

The Israeli occupation forces demolish a Palestinian home in Sendas area, southern Hebron.

(Soldiers watching women crying and children looking lost seem inhumane!!)

Eye On Palestine (@eye.on.palestine) • Instagram photos and videos

 

 

 

The Israeli occupation forces detained 11 Palestinians during military raids in the occupied West Bank.

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The Israeli occupation forces detained a Palestinian young man while he was passing by a protest in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash in the occupied city of Haifa today. The young man just showed his support to the demonstrators by honking his car horn

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Hunger Striker on 141st day without compassion from Israhellis!

The Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash continues his hunger strike in protest of his administrative detention without charge or trial in the Israeli occupation jails. #FreeThemAll

 

Palestinians protesting in many villages and towns in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash.

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Palestinians protesting at entrance of Beita village, southern Nablus, in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash.

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11 hours ago, ummtaalib said:

Hunger Striker on 141st day without compassion from Israhellis!

The Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash continues his hunger strike in protest of his administrative detention without charge or trial in the Israeli occupation jails. #FreeThemAll

 

Palestinians protesting in many villages and towns in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash.

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Palestinians protesting at entrance of Beita village, southern Nablus, in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash.

Eye On Palestine (@eye.on.palestine) • Instagram photos and videos

 

After worldwide solidarity with Palestinian prisoner Hisham Abu Hawash, it looks like an agreement has been reached for his release  in February 2022 - some sources say he has suspended his hunger strike while others say he continues until papers are signed

 

 

 

 

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Hisham Abu Hawash began his hunger strike in protest of his detention without charge or trial, a common, though illegal, tactic used by Israel against Palestinians.

During his strike, Hisham risked his life, falling into a coma just days ago, to oppose this cruel practice.

As we celebrate Hisham's victory, hundreds of Palestinians remain in Israeli detention though they have not been charged with anything nor given a trial. #FreeThemAll

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Israeli Crimes against the Elderly

Last night, Omar Abdelmajid As'ad, an 80-year-old Palestinian man was on his way back home after a visit to his relatives in his hometown of Jiljilya, in the occupied West Bank district of Ramallah, when an ambush of Israeli soldiers stopped and arrested him and tied his hands to the back.

The soldiers took him to a workshop in the village and embarked on beating him while he was handcuffed, according to witnesses.

Nearly an hour later, a group of local Palestinian young men who accidentally passed by the workshop where the old man was being beaten were also attacked by the soldiers and detained in the same workshop with the old man, who had already been beaten for a while.

As soon as the soldiers pulled out of the village and released them, including the old man, the young men noticed that As'ad was on the verge of death. And when they moved him to a nearby hospital, the old man had already passed away. An initial medical checkup to the deceased old man showed bruises across his body.

Eye On Palestine on Instagram: "🇵🇸#Palestine | Last night, Omar Abdelmajid As'ad, an 80-year-old Palestinian man was on his way back home after a visit to his relatives in…"

 

 

Sheikh Sulaiman Hathalin, a Palestinian elderly known for his activism in the anti-colonization movement in the West Bank province of Hebron, was run over and critically wounded about a week ago by an Israeli military vehicle at the entrance to Umm al-Kheir village.

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Victory in Oldham: Elbit forced to sell Ferranti after sustained direct action campaign

After 18 months of sustained direct action taken at the Elbit Ferranti site in Oldham, Greater Manchester, with 36 people arrested, Elbit have now sold Ferranti technologies, with its continued operation in Oldham appearing unfeasible. Activists have occupied, blockaded, smashed, disrupted, and protested regularly at the site, ultimately succeeding in ending the factory’s production of specialist military technologies for Israel’s fleet of combat drones.

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Massive onslaught  on the Bedoiuns of the Negev Desert

Palestinian West Bank's dessert of Negev has been under massive onslaught by Israeli occupation forces that assaulted and arrested native Palestinian protesters demonstrating against Israel's ongoing bulldoze of lands as part of the Israeli tree-planting project.

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Sheikh Jarrah resident under threat of forceful eviction willing to die

The Salhia family threatens to create an explosion with gas tanks, destroying the house, if the Israeli forces expel them, Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem. Since the morning, Israeli forces have been blockading the area in an attempt to expel the Palestinian family who has lived there for generations. The family was originally expelled from Ein Karem village, Jerusalem, in 1948 in favor of Israeli settlers.

Mahmoud Salhiya, the owner of the house which is under threat of forceful eviction by occupation forces in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem said,

"We are originally from Ein Karim, we aren't going to be displaced again, we will not leave here, either we die or we live"

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14 hours ago, ummtaalib said:

Sheikh Jarrah resident under threat of forceful eviction willing to die

The Salhia family threatens to create an explosion with gas tanks, destroying the house, if the Israeli forces expel them, Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem. Since the morning, Israeli forces have been blockading the area in an attempt to expel the Palestinian family who has lived there for generations. The family was originally expelled from Ein Karem village, Jerusalem, in 1948 in favor of Israeli settlers.

Mahmoud Salhiya, the owner of the house which is under threat of forceful eviction by occupation forces in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem said,

"We are originally from Ein Karim, we aren't going to be displaced again, we will not leave here, either we die or we live"

Updates here

 

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Occupied Jerusalem (QNN) - The Dutch government has called on Israeli occupation authorities to “immediately” stop its forced displacement of a Palestinian family from its house in Sheikh Jarrah neighbirhood in East Jerusalem.

“Ongoing attempt to evict a Palestinian family from their East Jerusalem home is contrary to international law and risks further escalation,” tweeted, Hans Docter, the Dutch ambassador to ‘Israel’.

The Dutch ambassador added, “calls on the Israeli authorities to stop the eviction immediately.”

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The European Union:

"[Israeli] evictions and demolitions are illegal under international law and significantly undermine the prospects for peace as well as fuel tensions on the ground."

 

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Details of the forced eviction in Sheikh Jarrah (Jerusalem)

A Palestinian man, whose family is facing imminent eviction, threatened to set off gas canisters on the roof of his home on Monday in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in occupied East Jerusalem, rather than let Israeli forces force them out.

Dozens of Israeli police officers stormed the home of the Salhiya family, where 40 people live, ordering them to evacuate their property.

Some family members refused to obey the Israeli police order and barricaded themselves on the roof with gas canisters, while a team of Israeli negotiators attempted to convince them to come down.
Israeli media reported that Mahmoud Salhiya had threatened to set himself on fire if the eviction order was carried out. 

"We've been in this home since the 1950s," said Salhiya family member Abdallah Ikermawi from the roof of the home.

"We don't have anywhere to go," he said in quotes provided by the Sheikh Jarrah Committee organisation.

Sheikh Jarrah has been a significant flashpoint over the past year, after Israel tried to expel Palestinian families from the area last May to make way for Israeli settlers.

The events had led to widespread protests in the occupied West Bank and Israel's mixed cities of Arabs and Jews, and a large-scale military operation in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Israeli forces on Monday prevented activists from entering the area, located north of Jerusalem's Old City, leaving the Salhiyas to face the eviction order alone.

Meanwhile, Instagram blocked Palestinian activist Muna el-Kurd from live streaming Israeli forces preparing to expel the family from their home to her 1.6 million followers. 

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On 1/17/2022 at 4:40 PM, ummtaalib said:

Sheikh Jarrah resident under threat of forceful eviction willing to die

The Salhia family threatens to create an explosion with gas tanks, destroying the house, if the Israeli forces expel them, Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem. Since the morning, Israeli forces have been blockading the area in an attempt to expel the Palestinian family who has lived there for generations. The family was originally expelled from Ein Karem village, Jerusalem, in 1948 in favor of Israeli settlers.

Mahmoud Salhiya, the owner of the house which is under threat of forceful eviction by occupation forces in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem said,

"We are originally from Ein Karim, we aren't going to be displaced again, we will not leave here, either we die or we live"

Updates here

 

 

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UK should be saying, stop because its ethnic cleansing, its wrong, its illegal, its a crime against humanity?!! And just this one family because there is an outcry? What about the rest of palestine being ethnically cleansed?

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Condemnation of Israeli forced expulsions

Here is how representatives condemned the Israeli forced expulsion of the Palestinian family of Salhiya from Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood

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HRW's Communications Coordinator: "The forcible expulsion of the Salhiya family and demolition of their home in #SheikhJarrah are war crimes. This is what apartheid and persecution looks like. Perpetrators should be prosecuted & sanctioned."

Human Rights Watch denounced on Wednesday Israel's demolition of Palestinian family house and forcibly displacing its 18 members, saying these are "war crimes" and "Perpetrators should be prosecuted and sanctioned."

 

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The British Consul General in Jerusalem, Diane Corner, joined on Monday other representatives of the European Union and like-minded countries to bear witness to the ongoing forced displacement of the Salhia family, who live and run a business opposite the British Consulate in East Jerusalem.

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The Israeli ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan came to a Security Council meeting holding a rock to prove Palestinian "terror attacks with rocks".

Eye On Palestine on Instagram: "🇵🇸#Palestine | The Israeli ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan came to a Security Council meeting holding a rock to prove Palestinian "terror…"

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New facts revelas massacre and mass grave of Plestinians

New facts are being revealed about the heinous massacre of Tantura which was committed by Israeli occupation forces in 1948

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New documentary revelas massacre and mass grave of Plestinians
The documentary 'Tantura ' sheds new light on the massacre the of Palestinians after the conquest of Tantura village in 1948. The bodies of the villagers were buried in a mass grave. Via @trtworld

Eye On Palestine on Instagram: "🇵🇸#Palestine | New documentary reveals massacre and mass grave of Palestinians. The documentary 'Tantura ' sheds new light on the massacre…"

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Reagrding the new facts

Mohammed El-Kurd

@m7mdkurd

 

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Our grandparents have viscerally narrated the harrowing massacres upon which the Zionist state was built.

But our testimonies aren’t enough. It takes the “confessions” of an ex-soldier or the belated “miraculous epiphanies” of foreign human rights orgs for the world to listen.

 

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When we as Palestinians speak about this ongoing and ignored ethnic cleansing, inherent to Zionist ideology, we are at best "passionate" and at worst "angry and hateful."

But in reality, we are simply reliable narrators.

 

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We're stuck endlessly showing bloody photos of our dead & subjecting our children to dehumanizing, gazing cameras.

But the proof is daily & abundant. The answer is there. My grandmother's haunting testimonies have more authority than an Israeli soldier's perfunctory confession.

 

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