In Occupied Palestine – 28 November 2023

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In Occupied Palestine

Zionism in practice

Israel’s Daily Toll on Palestinian Life, Limb, Liberty and Land

1 Palestinian Gaza truce violation

5 Israeli Gaza truce violations

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Truce violation – armed Palestinian Resistance: Northern Gaza – evening, a Palestinian Resistance group exchanged fire with Israeli Occupation forces.

Israeli Army attack – Gaza truce violation: Northern Gaza – evening, the Israeli military violated the temporary humanitarian truce in the Gaza Strip by opening fire, towards homes in northern Gaza.

Israeli Army attack – Gaza truce violation: Gaza – Israeli soldiers violated the temporary humanitarian truce in Gaza City, opening fire on people trying to return to blitzed homes in the al-Sabra and Sheikh Radwan neighbourhoods, wounding four residents.

Israeli Army attack – Gaza truce violation: Gaza – Israeli Occupation forces, in Gaza City, opened fire on people trying to return to blitzed homes in the Tal al-Hawa neighbourhood of Gaza City.

Israeli Army attack – Gaza truce violation: Central Gaza – Israeli forces violated the temporary humanitarian truce in Gaza City, openingfire on people‘s homes in the east al-Bureij and al-Maghazi refugee camps.

Israeli Army attack – Gaza truce violation: Khan Yunis – the Israeli Army violated the temporary humanitarian truce by opening fire oneastern areas of the Khan Yunis Governorate.

Israeli Army attack – 1 wounded: Ramallah – 09:50, Israeli Occupation forces opened fire on, and wounded, one person in Deir Amar.

Israeli Army attack: Ramallah – 13:50, Israeli forces, manning Israel’s annexation Wall, fired live ammunition and tear gas grenades towards people, near the village of Kaibartha Bani Harith.

Israeli Army attack – 2 wounded: Ramallah – 21:30, the Israeli Army, firing live ammunition, rubber-coated bullets and tear gas canisters, near the entrance to the Ofer refugee camp, wounded two people and caused a number of tear gas casualties.

Israeli Army attack – 2 youngsters wounded: Jenin – 20:15, Israeli forces, firing live ammunition, rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades, stormed Jenin as well as the Jenin refugee camp and invaded a number of homes, hitting one of them with artillery fire and wounding two youngsters: Ward Wassef Turkman (aged 15) and Qasim Jamal Salfiti (aged 16). The Israeli military also invaded the grounds of the Government Hospital and surrounded other hospitals, intercepting and searching ambulances. Besides which, Israeli troops bulldozed local infrastructure and damaged motor vehicles.

Israeli Army attack – population-control – agricultural sabotage: Salfit – 14:50, Israeli troops opened fire towards, and terrorised, a working olive harvester, Ayman Zaghloul, near the Rafafa Occupation settlement.

Israeli Army attack – 1 wounded: Hebron – 21:00, the Israeli Army, firing live ammunition and rubber-coated bullets, near the entrance to al-Arroub refugee camp, wounded a man: Wael Al-Badawi.

Home invasions: Jerusalem – 09:00-10:10, Israeli Occupation forces raided al-Eizariya and invaded a number of homes.

Home invasion and forced personal demolition: Jerusalem – the Israeli Occupation forced a resident, Mahmoud Al-Rajabi, to destroy his home in Beit Hanina – or otherwise be forced to pay an extortionate sum to the Israeli Occupation demolition squads, who would be sent in to do it.

Home invasion: Qalqiliya – 09:10-13:35, Israeli forces raided the village of Far’ata and invaded a home.

Home invasion: Nablus – 07:40, the Israeli Army raided the village of Burin and invaded a house.

Home invasions – 2 taken prisoner: Jericho – 22:20-02:30, Israeli troops, firing rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades, stormed into the Ein al-Sultan and Aqbat Jabir refugee camps and invaded homes, taking prisoner two people.

Home demolished: Hebron – 10:20, the Israeli military demolished a home in the al-Masafer area of east Yatta.

Israeli Army assault with rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters: Jerusalem – 23:00, Israeli Occupation forces, in the village of al-Issawiya, fired rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas grenades.

Israeli police and settlers mosque violation and population-control: Jerusalem – 08:00, settler militants, escorted by Israeli police, invaded the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and molested worshippers.

Israeli Army land interference: Salfit – 12:50, Israeli forces bulldozed land in the al-Ras area of Salfit.

Israeli Army land-grab for settlers: Bethlehem – Occupation forces issued an order, seizing 15 hectares of land from the villages of Husan, Fukin and al-Jab’a, for the construction of a new settlement road.

Occupation settler violence – pastoral sabotage: Ramallah – Israeli settlers invaded ​​the village of al-Mughayir and assaulted shepherds.

Occupation settler plunder and agricultural sabotage: Nablus – 12:50, Israelis, from the Givat Allam settlement outpost, built a settlement road near Khirbet Yanun, and plundered villagers’ olive harvest.

Occupation settler violence and robbery – 3 people injured: Jericho – 17:40, Israeli settlers invaded the al-Ma’arjat Road area, assaulting and injuring three people and stealing eleven sheep.

Raid – population control – economic sabotage: Jerusalem – 14:30, Israeli Occupation forces raided Hizma and forced the shops to close, taking from the owners the keys to the businesses.

Raid: Ramallah – 17:40, Israeli forces raided and patrolled al-Bireh.

Raid – 1 child taken prisoner in refugee camp: Ramallah – 05:15, the Israeli Army raided the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, taking prisoner a 12-year-old child, Karim Mahmoud Ghawanmeh, as well as four adults.

Raid – rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades fired: Ramallah – 17:40, Israeli troops, firing rubber-coated bullets and stun grenades,raided and patrolled al-Bireh.

Raid: Jenin – 09:45-13:00, the Israeli Army raided and patrolled the village of Tura.

Raids: Jenin – 09:55, the Israeli military raided and patrolled Ya’bad and Araba.

Raid: Jenin – 09:55, Israeli soldiers raided and patrolled Jaba.

Raid: Jenin – 14:30-16:10, Israeli Occupation forces raided and patrolled the Sabah al-Khair suburb in the city.

Raids: Jenin – 19:30, Israeli forces raided and patrolled the villages of Faqua and Jalboun.

Raid – theft: Jenin – 19:30, the Israeli Army raided Ya’bad and stole a motor vehicle.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Jenin – 20:00, Israeli troops raided al-Yamoun, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Jenin – 00:40, the Israeli military raided Araba, taking prisoner one person.

Raid: Qalqiliya – 16:05, Israeli soldiers raided and patrolled the village of Kafr Qaddum.

Raid: Qalqiliya – 23:15-01:55, Israeli Occupation forces raided and patrolled Azzun.

Raid: Qalqiliya – 01:20-03:30, Israeli forces raided and patrolled the village of Kafr Qaddum.

Raid – rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters fired: Qalqiliya – 23:15, the Israeli Army, firing rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters, raided and patrolled Azzun.

Raid: Nablus – 10:00, Israeli troops raided and patrolled the village of Sebastia.

Raid: Nablus – 11:15, the Israeli military raided and patrolled Beita.

Raid: Nablus – 13:20, Israeli soldiers raided and patrolled the village of Odala.

Raids – refugee camp: Nablus – 02:45-03:40, Israeli Occupation forces raided Nablus as well as the Askar refugee camp, taking prisoner six people.

Raid1 taken prisoner: Hebron – dawn, Israeli forces raided Dura, taking prisoner one person.

Raids: Hebron – evening, the Israeli Army raided and patrolled Dura, Beit Awa and al-Dhahiriya.

Raid – 4 taken prisoner: Hebron – dawn, Israeli troops raided the city, taking prisoner four people.

Raid – 2 taken prisoner: Hebron – dawn, the Israeli military raided the villages of al-Koum and al-Murrawaq, taking prisoner two people.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Hebron – dawn, Israeli soldiers raided Yatta, taking prisoner one person.

Gaza Occupation: Israeli Occupation forces continued to storm into and position themselves north and east of Beit Hanoun, north of Beit Lahiya and near Jabalia and the Jabalia refugee camp, as well as the neighbourhoods of Sheikh Radwan, al-Nasr, al-Rimal and the al-Shati refugee camp.

Gaza Occupation: Israeli Occupation forces continued to storm into and position themselves in Juhor al-Dik as well as the neighbourhoods of Sheikh Ijilin, Tal al-Hawa, al-Zaytoun and al-Sabra, south of Gaza City, and took control of Salah al-Din Street and Rashida Street, where they continued to isolate Gaza City.

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Leslie Bravery
Leslie Bravery is a Londoner with vivid World War Two memories of the Nazi blitz on his home town. In 1947/1948 His father explained to him what was happening to the Palestinians thus: “Any ideology or political movement that creates refugees in the process of realising its ambitions must be inhuman and should be opposed and condemned as unacceptable.” What followed confirmed this assessment of the Zionist entity a hundredfold. Now a retired flamenco guitarist, with a lifelong interest in the tragedy of what happened to the Palestinian people, he tries to publicise their plight. Because the daily injustices they suffer barely get a mention in the mainstream news media, Leslie edits/compiles a daily newsletter, In Occupied Palestine, for the Palestine Human Rights Campaign. These days, to preserve his sanity, he enjoys taking part in a drama group whenever possible!

12 COMMENTS

  1. Oh I am not up with the popular crowd so I must ‘Yawn’ as well.
    It would be terrible to have an individual thought – it is so confusing going beyond the mass knee-jerk approach. Being Gaby is never having to say you are sorry eh! The Jews have been scapegoats and objects for the deposit of rancour and worse for centuries. Why? And why should they be the bearers of all rejected dark human thoughts as if they are suffering Jesus all over again. Let’s take it on to ourselves, offer ourselves instead to have rocks etc. thrown at us till we die. Oh wait I think that does happen in some parts of the world to unhappy transgressors against The Right Way.

    The Right Way.

    • Well you can’t blame them for refusing to be dhimmi any longer Grey. You would too had you suffered the ritual humiliation, onerous taxation and Arab pogroms which were part of the territory associated with that despised status. But maybe you think dhimmihood was The Right Way.

      • You are I am sure better informed than me. However reciting the past and grievances doesn’t make them disappear and doesn’t help towards making moves to settle present trials and tribulations which are growing. Does that concern you or do you just hand over your list to everyone who comments unfavourably on present sorrows?

        • Oh I’m not better informed Grey, I’m just a pessimist. One who doesn’t share your cheery belief in the benevolence of human nature. I look to the move to settle the trials and tribulations prevalent in 1948 India and am not greatly heartened. That didn’t turn out so well for the indigenous now did it? Why should we expect any different outcome between Israel and ‘Palestine’?

  2. As soon as Israel accepts the truth of its existence as a tragic racist, imperialist-sponsored settler colonial mistake, the path to peace becomes clear. Like for all post-colonial societies.

    It won’t do that by itself. We have to make it accept that fact, like we did for South Africa. Then we can help.

    • Paul – though the blacks in South Africa went through trauma – Soweto, Steve Biko for example, they don’t compare to the last Jewish encounter with evil, which is high on the list of cruelty and amorality. So you treating it as just like an eyesore that should be tidied and removed from the landscape is an error. But Jewish people won’t feel good if they wipe out another tribe of people like the Palestinians even though they have been devastated themselves. They need to extend goodness and replace their negativity; keep trying but being firm to stick to a commitment and not react to every incitement with arms nit strong words. They can apply a torniquet to Palestine for a day or so to show displeasure, if the infractions aren’t stopped by Palestinians. Otherwise it will continue tit for tat and so it goes…

      • What splendid optimism Grey. How do you suggest we resolve the Kashmir conflict? Or stop Erdogan bombing the Kurds to smithereens as the word’s attention focuses on Ukraine and Israel? Or Azerbaijain’s illegal blocking of and ethnic cleansing of the remaining Armenian-controlled areas of he Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) region? Or are these present sorrows on which we should not comment unfavourably because they are instigated by the same Islamists currently attempting to annihilate Israel?

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