Israeli violations since Trump’s Jerusalem decision



Protests continued for the second week across the West Bank and Gaza Strip against President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the Israeli Occupation. During the first week of December 2017, nine Palestinians were killed and 611 were injured, according to the Intifada Center.

Moreover, the Israeli Occupation Forces withheld 15 bodies of the Intifada martyrs and arrested 174 citizens, 92 of whom are children. The arrests were concentrated in Hebron, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nablus, Tulkarm, and Qalqilia.

The number of the arrested MPs is now 12, following the detention of Hassan Yousef from Ramallah.

The so-called Israeli court renewed the detention of Palestinian child Fawzi Al Junadi (16 years) until next Monday.

In addition, the Israeli Occupation Forces sentenced the wounded detainee, Moneer Salamah from Jenin Camp to 18 months and a 4000 NIS fine.

The Salem Military Court also sentenced Shera Samouh Hindawi(20 years) to 40 months in prison and a fine of 8,000NIS.

The administration of Israeli Prisons transferred Marwan Al Barghouthi, MP and member of the Central Committee of Fatah, to solitary confinement.

During the second week of December, the Israeli Occupation Forces stationed east of the Gaza Strip continued to open fire at Palestinian houses and lands.

Israeli artillery and aircraft targeted the sites of the Palestinian resistance and empty lands with more than 25 rockets and artillery.

In addition, the Israeli Occupation Forces carried out more than nine attacks on fishermen and fishing boats at sea, and reduced the fishing area to 6 miles despite it being increased to 9 miles a few weeks ago.

In addition, the Israeli Occupation Forces demolished a house in Zimmer town, north of Palestine.

In the same context, the IOF delivered the citizens of Abu Al Nawar in Jerusalem a notice to demolish the only school in their town, and handed over demolition notices to eight houses in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem.

According to the site of Intifada, the Zionist settlers continued their daily incursions into Al Aqsa Mosque, with more than 570 Zionists intruders.