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Palestine: Israeli forces kill two Palestinians and detain 1,550 in W Bank

25th May 2021
Palestine: Israeli forces kill two Palestinians and detain 1,550 in W Bank

JERUSALEM (AA & WAFA News Agency): Undercover Israeli soldiers known as Mista’arvim, infiltrated, on Tuesday at dawn, into Um ash-Sharayet neighborhood in the all-Biereh city, in the central West Bank governorate of Ramallah and al-Biereh, and killed a young man.

Dr. Ahmad al-Betawi, the head of Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah, told Palestine Radio that the young man has been identified as Ahmad Jamil Fahed, from the al-Am’ari refugee camp, south of al-Biereh city.

Eyewitnesses said the undercover soldiers shot young man identified as Ahmad Jamil Fahd and left him bleeding on the ground without any medical attention until he succumbed to his wounds.

Undercover Israeli forces, sneaked their way into Umm Al Sharayet neighborhood, where they shot and killed a, and left him to bleed to death.

On Monday evening, Israeli soldiers shot 15-year-old Nadim Samer Mathloum, after the army invaded the al-Janiya village, west of Ramallah, causing mild wounds to his arm.

Israeli police shot and fatally wounded, on Monday, a Palestinian teen after an alleged stabbing attempt in occupied Jerusalem, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.

Witnesses stated that the police opened fire at the teen, firing several rounds, killing him, near the illegal French Hill colony in occupied Jerusalem. It was reported that the Israeli police are holding the body of the slain teen.

The army alleged that the teen, identified as Zuhdi Al-Tawil, 17, from Kafr Aqab town, north of Jerusalem, stabbed two Israeli settlers, one of whom is a soldier, both suffered moderate wounds.

It added that Israeli media reported that the two were transferred to Ein Karem Hospital for medical intervention.

The Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) said on Sunday that around 2,000 Palestinians have been arrested by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank and Arab towns inside Israel since mid-April.

Amani Sarahneh, a spokesperson for the PPS, said her NGO has witnessed an increase in the rates of arrest and expected more arrests to be reported within the day.

Meanwhile, the Israeli police announced it arrested 1,550 Arab Israelis in the Arab towns in Israel in the past two weeks and added that 150 of them were indicted.

Around 4,400 Palestinians are estimated to be held in Israeli prisons, including 39 women, 115 children, and 350 administrative detainees, according to Palestinian rights groups.

Arab towns in Israel have witnessed protests against Israeli attacks on Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, amid complaints of attacks on Arab-Israeli citizens by police and right-wing Israelis.

Tension escalated across the Palestinian territories since last month over an Israeli court verdict to evict Palestinian families from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem in favor of settlement groups. The situation flared up after Israeli forces raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque and assaulted worshippers inside.

The tension spread to the Gaza Strip, with Israel launching airstrikes that killed at least 248 Palestinians, including 66 children and 39 women, and injured more than 1,900 others. Health authorities in the West Bank confirmed that 31 were also killed in the occupied territory, totaling 279 across all Palestinian territories.

Twelve Israelis were also killed in Palestinian rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. The fighting, the fiercest in years, came to a halt on Friday under an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire.

[Photo: Palestinians protest against Israeli attacks on Gaza Strip and violations in East Jerusalem, on May 18, 2021, in Ramallah, West Bank.  Photographer: Issam Rimawi/AA]

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