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Shop owner in Hebron got both his front windows smashed by celebrating settlers
HEBRON 27 Nov by ISM, Khalil Team — This weekend in al-Khalil brought thousands of extremist Jews and settlers from all over Israel and abroad to celebrate the week’s Torah study on Chayei Sara  (Life of Sarah), where Abraham purchases the cave of Machpelah (which they think is in al-Khalil) in order to bury his wife Sarah.  On Friday evening, a group of settlers coming from the illegal settlement Kiryat Arba attacked one of the two remaining Palestinian shops on their way to the Ibrahim Mosque in Hebron, which partly serves as their synagogue since the settler terror attack on February 25 1994. The Israeli soldiers present did not prevent them from committing this crime. After threatening the shop owner and his customers, and smashing both shop-front windows, they continued on their way to the religious festival, loudly shouting and singing.  Although some Israeli forces along the street clearly witnessed this criminal incident, they let the settler-group go unhindered, leaving the traumatized shop-owner with the damage and the costs. Attacking shops isn’t a rarity for colonial settlers….
Violence / Detentions — West Bank / Jerusalem
PPS: 2 Palestinian teens assaulted by Israeli forces during detention
RAMALLAH (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — Two Palestinian minors have accused Israeli forces of assaulting them while in custody, a lawyer from the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said on Sunday. Ammar Tawfiq Abu Hilal, 15, and Jihad Elayyan, 16, who were both taken to the Ofer detention center in the occupied West Bank, told PPS that they were severely mistreated by Israeli soldiers. Abu Hilal said that Israeli soldiers held him by his neck and tried to strangle him when they detained him from his home in the village of Dura in the Hebron district, adding that the soldiers deliberately escalated violence after he told them he was sick. Abu Hilal suffers from pulmonary fibrosis and trachea inflammation, and needs injections twice a day. Abu Hilal added that Israeli forces then took him to an Israeli watchtower and continued beating him to force him to confess that he had thrown rocks. The teen was then left outdoors under the heat for two hours, and was not given food nor water for 12 hours. Meanwhile, Elayyan told PPS that Israeli soldiers assaulted him during his detention on Oct. 31, hitting him deliberately in the legs and causing fractures in his ankle and toes. The teenager was then taken to Ofer, before being transferred to the Hadassah medical center for treatment.
Israeli forces detain 2 teenage Palestinian girls in Hebron area
HEBRON (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — In two separate incidents, Israeli forces detained two teenage Palestinian girls in the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron on Monday evening. Local sources told Ma‘an that Manar Khalid Ahmad Abu Madi, 18, was detained near the illegal Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba allegedly having a knife in her possession. Israeli forces also detained Aya Salim Abu Markhiyah, 16, near the al-Shuhada street checkpoint in Hebron’s Old City. It remained unclear why Markhiyah was detained.
Army abducts eight Palestinians in the West Bank
IMEMC 27 Nov — Israeli soldiers abducted, overnight and at dawn Sunday, at least eight Palestinians, including former political prisoners, in different parts of the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported. The Jenin office of the PPS, in the northern part of the West Bank, said the soldiers invaded and violently searched many homes, and abducted three Palestinians, identified as Tareq Oweiss and Mohammad Zeidan al-Jada‘, both former political prisoners, in addition to Akram Malalha. In Nablus, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers also searched homes and abducted Mohammad Jamil Khatatba, from Beit Forik town, south of Nablus city. In Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted Monther Suleiman, 19, after holding him under house arrest for two years. In Bethlehem, the soldiers abducted Omran Yousef Najajra and Abdul-Karim Mohammad Shakarna, after invading their homes and searching them. In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Ahmad Najjar, from the al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of the city, after searching his home. Najjar is a former political prisoner who spent many years in Israeli prisons, and is a known activist in detainees’ rights. The PPS stated that the soldiers have abducted more than eleven Palestinians over the past two days, in different parts of the West Bank.
Israeli forces detain 17 Palestinians in overnight West Bank, Jerusalem raids
BETHLEHEM (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — Israeli forces detained at least 17 Palestinians between Sunday evening and Monday dawn across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, Palestinian and Israeli sources said. According to the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS), six Palestinians were detained in the southern West Bank district of Hebron. PPS identified the detainees as Palestinian lawmaker Azzam Nuaman Salhab, Anas Hatem Qafisha, Asim Amr Ubeido, Ayman Qawasmeh, Islam Deib Maslama, 13, and Adham Akram al-Rujbi, 19. An Israeli army spokesperson told Ma‘an that Israeli forces detained five “Hamas operatives” in the city of Hebron, and another Palestinian in the village of Beit Awwa. In the Bethlehem district, PPS reported that Israeli forces detained Qasim Mahmoud Ayesh, 18, and Hamza Ibrahim Malash. The army spokesperson said that one Palestinian was detained in the Bethlehem-area ‘Aida refugee camp, while another was detained in the village of Artas. In the central West Bank district of Jerusalem, Israeli forces detained 20 year-old Raed Anwar Shihda al-Khatib, 20, Muhammad Fahmi Yaqoub, and 21 year-old Yousif Nazmi Shamasna, the brother of slain Palestinian Muhammad Shamasna, PPS said. The army reported one detention in the village of Qatanna, and one in the Qalandiya refugee camp in the Jerusalem district. Elsewhere in the central West Bank, PPS reported the detention of Nour Fayiq Ghazawi in the al-Jalazun refugee camp, and of Imad Sawarqa in Jericho. The army confirmed one detention in al-Jalazun, but did not give any information regarding detentions in the Jericho area. Meanwhile, in East Jerusalem, PPS reported that Israeli police detained Mutasem Miswida, Yousif al-Natsheh, Ibrahim al-Natsheh, and Muntaser Siyam on Sunday evening….
Bethlehem student unions urge Israel to return bodies of slain Palestinians
BETHLEHEM (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — Three student unions from universities in the southern occupied West Bank district of Bethlehem announced on Sunday that they would be “launching activities” in support of Palestinian families whose slain children’s’ bodies are being held by Israel. In a joint statement released Sunday, the student unions of Bethlehem University, Palestine Ahliya University, and al-Quds Open University – Bethlehem, slammed the Israeli government for holding the bodies of slain Palestinian alleged attackers” to punish their families and silence their voices.” The government’s policy, the statement added, was a “type of war crime that the Israeli occupation adds to its criminal records.”  The statement was released after representatives of the unions and represents of the Fatah youth movement met with families whose children’s bodies are being held in Israel. Israeli authorities dramatically escalated a policy of withholding Palestinian bodieskilled by Israeli forces following the emergence of a wave of unrest across the occupied Palestinian territory and Israel in October 2015, having repeatedly claimed that funerals of Palestinians had provided grounds for “incitement” against the Israeli state….
Sentences  / Court actions
Israel police release Bedouin activist arrested over satirical Facebook post about fires
Haaretz 27 Nov by Jack Khoury — ‘Police should stop using Google Translate,’ lawmaker says after Anas Abudaabes freed on bail. — Israel Police released on Sunday a Bedouin activist who was arrested on suspicion of inciting to arson because of a satirical Facebook post he wrote. Anas Abudaabes, 29, an activist from the southern Bedouin town of Rahat, was arrested Thursday after he posted two Facebook posts that were critical of Arabs who see the fires plaguing Israel as punishment for a bill that seeks to silence mosque loudspeakers. Abudaabes says the police mistranslated one of his posts, reaching the mistaken conclusion that he encouraged on Arabs to set fires. The police’s decision to release Abudaabes came only a few hours after they had asked the Be’er Sheva District Court to deny his appeal of a lower court decision. In a hearing on Saturday, the court ruled Abudaabes could be held in detention until Monday. After the court ruling on Sunday, the police obtained further material about Abudaabes’ Facebook posts, including responses that showed others understood his posts to be satirical, which lead to his being freed on bail. Under the terms of his release, Abudaabes, who was freed on bail, will remain under house arrest for five days and will not be allowed to use Facebook for 15 days.”The police should stop using Google Translate,” Knesset member Osama Saadia (Joint List), who accompanied Abudaabes in court in Be’er Sheva, said, adding that they made a mountain out of a molehill….
Israel sentences wounded Palestinian woman to 3 years in prison for attempted stabbing
HEBRON (Ma‘an) 27 Nov — An Israeli military court sentenced a wounded Palestinian woman to three years in prison for attempting to carry out a stabbing attack nearly a year earlier in the southern occupied West Bank city of Hebron, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) reported on Sunday evening. According to PPS lawyer Akram Samara, the Ofer military court sentenced Abla al-Adam, 45, after convicting her of attempting to stab an Israeli soldier on Dec. 20, 2015 in the Old City of Hebron. Samara added that al-Adam, a mother of nine, was shot in the head with a rubber-coated steel bullet and seriously injured during the stabbing attempt, and has since undergone several surgeries in the Hadassah medical center before being transferred to the HaSharon prison. According to prisoners rights group Addameer, 7,000 Palestinians were detained by Israel as of October, 64 of whom were women. Al-Adam’s sentencing came as the Palestinian Prisoners’ Center for Studies (PPCS) released a report on Sunday denouncing the use of violence and torture against female Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody. The center added that injured and sick Palestinian female prisoners were facing deliberate medical negligence, and that the Israel Prison Service (IPS) didn’t provide the detainees access to gynecologists or most medicines. PPCS estimated that more than 15,000 Palestinian women had been detained by Israel since the beginning of the occupation, and that Israel had detained 1,600 women since the beginning of a wave of unrest in October 2015.
Palestinian sentenced to life in prison over killing of two Israelis
BETHLEHEM (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — A Palestinian man received two life sentences on Monday after being convicted of killing two Israelis last year, Israeli media reported. According to news outlet Ynet, Raed Khalil, a 36-year-old resident of the village of Dura in the occupied West Bank district of Hebron, was found guilty of stabbing and killing Aharon Yesayev, 32, and Reuven Aviram, 51, in Tel Aviv on Nov. 19, 2015. Aviram’s brother Alex was quoted by Ynet as saying that “the murderer, according to the requests made by the family, should not leave prison or see the light of day or his family … He killed Jews and his place is in prison for his entire life.”
Palestinian sentenced to 16 years, $26,000 fine for wounding Israeli in stab attack
RAMALLAH (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — An Israeli court sentenced a young Palestinian man to 16-and-a-half years in prison for injuring an Israeli in a mall in Israel in 2015, a Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) lawyer said on Monday. According to Ruslan Muhajna, Tamer Yunis Wreidat, a 26-year-old resident of the village of al-Dhahiriya in the occupied West Bank district of Hebron, was also fined $26,000 for carrying out a stabbing attack at a mall in the Israeli town of Petah Tikva on Oct. 7, 2015. One Israeli was lightly wounded in the attack.
Israel hands down administrative detention sentences to 11 Palestinian prisoners
RAMALLAH (Ma‘an) 28 Nov — An Israeli military court in the Ofer prison sentenced 11 Palestinians to be imprisoned under administrative detention, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society reported on Monday. Israel’s policy of administrative detention — internment without charge or trial for three- to six-month renewable intervals based on undisclosed evidence — has been widely condemned by the international community … The orders were as follows: 1. Khalid Muhammad al-Fasfous, six months 2. Munir Naim Hamad, six months 3. Ahmad Muin Suboh, six months 4. Afif Salama Awawda, five months 5. Mahmoud Muhammad Salah, four months 6. Mahmoud Khalil Ghneim, four months 7. Mahmoud Muhannad, four months 8. Khalid Mansour Abd al-Nabi, four months 9. Ahmad Sami Warda, four months 10. Muhammad Izzat al-Khatib, three months 11. Ali Mahmoud Shawabka, three months.

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