Osama Mahmoud Adawi, 18, is the tenth Palestinian to be killed by Israeli forces this month, and the sixth teenager (three of the dead were in their 20s, one was twelve years old). Palestinians have also killed one Israeli soldier.
Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded a Palestinian school, assaulted teachers and children, and attacked them with pepper spray.
Shams was just playing football, but for Israeli occupation soldiers that’s enough to detain, arrest, beat, and threaten to kill an 11-year-old child – and it’s not just a fluke: CPT suggests that Israel is trying to “traumatize a generation.”
A journalism student, Ghofran Haroun Warasna was shot with a live bullet through the heart; Israeli soldiers blocked medics from attending to her until she bled to death. An eyewitness said the woman was walking to work when an Israeli soldier shot her near their military tower. She is the 55th Palestinian killed by Israel in 2022.
Former VP Mike Pence recently visited Israel, where he spent time with Israeli extremists associated with a banned terrorist movement and meeting with mega-donor and Israel hawk Miriam Adelson, who is willing to pay big bucks for policymakers’ loyalty.
Israeli soldiers describe their actions in the Palestinian city of Hebron in the West Bank, and of Israeli settlers living there; excerpted from the film by Israeli director Rona Segal, “‘Everyone’s a Suspect.’ Six Former Israeli Soldiers Speak on Their Time in Hebron.”
Israeli military arrested, handcuffed, and interrogated Palestinian journalists who had just covered a peaceful protest inside a “closed military zone.” According to the Israeli military’s own regulations, journalists are allowed in such areas.
A day after abducting 22 Palestinians around the West Bank, dozens of Israeli soldiers storm more homes and abduct 2 more.
While the world focuses on Gaza, the Occupied West Bank has seen a surge in violence, with Israeli forces using live fire against Palestinians, rubber coated steel bullets and tear gas on protesters…
Security camera footage shows that this Palestinian boy was shot in the eye as he stood in a sheltered place with his cousin, doing nothing. Rights groups have long condemned Israel’s use of rubber-coated steel bullets, which have repeatedly killed and wounded Palestinians.