In Occupied Palestine – 29 November 2021

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In Occupied Palestine

Zionism in practice

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

(Compiled by Leslie Bravery, Palestine Human Rights Campaign, Auckland, New Zealand)

29 November 2021 {Main source of statistics: Palestinian Monitoring Group (PMG): NB:The period covered by this newsletter is taken from the PMG’s 24-hour sitrep ending 8am the day after the above date.}

We shall always do our best to verify the accuracy of all items in these IOP newsletters/reports wherever possible [e.g. we often suspect that names of people and places that we see in the PMG sitreps could be typos; also frequently the translation into English seems rather odd ~ but since we, sadly, do not speak Arabic, we have no alternative but to copy and paste these names from the PMG sitreps!] – please forgive us for any errors or omissions – Leslie and Marian.

3 Israeli Navy attacks on

Palestinian fishing boats

Israeli Army positions open fire

on Gaza farmland

Israeli Army destroys irrigation well

Night peace disruption and/or

home invasions in 8 towns and villages

5 attacks – 5 Israeli ceasefire violations

16 raids including home invasions

9 wounded – 19 taken prisoner

2 abducted (aged 16 & 17)

6 acts of agricultural/economic sabotage

Home invasions: 11:30, Jerusalem – 04:25, Silwad.

Peace disruption raids: dawn, Jerusalem – dawn, Qatanna – 09:45-12:30, Ni’lin – 02:10, Kafr Nimah – dawn, Maythaloun – 01:10Tulkarem – Qusra – 21:45- 04:50, Nablus – 09:00-13:00, Jericho – 02:35-05:40, Beit Jallah – 03:55-05:40, Tekoa – 02:40, Halhul – 04:05, Beit Kahil – dawn, Hebron.

Palestinian missile attacks: none.

Ceasefire violation – Israeli Navy attack – economic sabotage: Northern Gaza – 08:00, the Israeli Navy opened fire on, and pursued, Palestinian fishing boats off al-Sudaniya.

Ceasefire violation – Israeli Navy attack – economic sabotage: Central Gaza – 08:00, Israeli gunboats opened fire on, and pursued, Palestinian fishing boats off Deir al-Balah.

Ceasefire violation – Israeli Army attack – agricultural sabotage: Khan Yunis – 10:00, an Israeli Army position, behind the Green Line, opened fire towards agricultural land east of Khuza’a.

Ceasefire violation – Israeli Army attack – agricultural sabotage: Khan Yunis – 14:30, Israeli forces, positioned behind the Green Line, opened fire on farmland east of Khan Yunis.

Ceasefire violation – Israeli Navy attack – economic sabotage: Rafah – 22:00, the Israeli Navy opened fire on, and pursued, Palestinian fishing boats off Rafah.

Home invasion 1 taken prisoner: Jerusalem – 11:30, raiding Israeli Occupation forces invaded a home in the Old City, taking prisoner one person.

Home invasion – 2 youths abducted: Ramallah – 04:25, Israeli forces raided Silwad and abducted youths: Abd al-Rahman Talib Hammad (16) and Mahmoud Wael Hammad (17).

Israeli Army destruction: Jerusalem – morning, Israeli Occupation forces destroyed a building storing construction material in Anata.

Israeli police and settlers mosque violation: Jerusalem – 08:30, settler militants, escorted by Israeli police, invaded the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and molested worshippers.

Israeli Army stun grenades and tear gas canisters: Bethlehem – 14:15, northern entrance to Tekoa: stun grenades and tear gas canisters.

Israeli Army population control: Bethlehem – the Israeli Army prevented workers from restoring an archaeological shrine, south of Bani Naim, and ordered a complete halt to the project.

Occupation settlervandalism: Hebron – Israelis, from the Bani Heifer Occupation settlement, raided and vandalised the archaeological tomb of Yaqin, south of Bani Naim.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Jerusalem – dawn, Israeli Occupation forces raided the Bedouin community, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – population-control: Jerusalem – dawn, Israeli forces raided Qatanna and ordered one person to report for interrogation at Israeli Military Intelligence.

Raid – 6wounded – rubber-coated bullets – agricultural sabotage: Ramallah – 09:45-12:30, the Israeli Army, firing rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters, raided Ni’lin and destroyed a well that provided irrigation for local farmland. Six people were wounded.

Raid – 3 taken prisoner: Ramallah – 02:10, Israeli troops raided the village of Kafr Nimah, taking prisoner three people.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Jenin – dawn, Israeli soldiers raided Maythaloun, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – 2 taken prisoner: Tulkarem – 01:10, Israeli Occupation forces raided Tulkarem, taking prisoner two people.

Raid – population control: Nablus – Israeli forces raided Qusra and ordered a halt to the building of 32 homes, as well as an agricultural building.

Raid – 3wounded – rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters: Nablus – 21:45- 04:50, the Israeli Army, firing rubber-coated bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters, escorted settlers in a raided on Nablus, wounding three people and causing 33 tear gas casualties.

Raid – Army and settlers: Jericho – 09:00-13:00, Israeli troops and settlers raided Jericho.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Bethlehem – 02:35-05:40, Israeli soldiers raided Beit Jallah, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Bethlehem – 03:55-05:40, Israeli Occupation forces raided Tekoa, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Hebron – 02:40, Israeli forces raided Halhul, taking prisoner one person.

Raid – 1 taken prisoner: Hebron – 04:05, the Israeli Army raided Beit Kahil, taking prisoner one person.

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

Restrictions of movement(11): 09:35, entrance to the village of Beitin – 15:30, under Azun Bridge – 20:50, tightened procedures at the Huwara checkpoint – 18:00, Israeli Occupation forces set up a checkpoint on the al-Mo’arajat Road – 18:35-20:20, southern entrance to Bethlehem – 18:40-20:20, Aqbat Hasna area – Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing closed – al-Mantar-Karni crossing closed – al-Shujaiyeh crossing (Nahal Oz) closed – Sufa crossing closed – al-Awda Port closed.

[NB: Times indicated in Bold Type contribute to the sleep deprivation suffered by Palestinian children]


Open Response to Nanaia Mahuta

Leslie Bravery | 8 December 2021

On 3 December, New Zealand’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Nanaia Mahuta, replied to our Open Letter questions published in The Daily Blog‘s Awaiting response to questions. Below is our response to the Minister, emailed to her office on 6 December 2021 Read more . . .


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