OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered officials to demolish the homes of Palestinians in east Jerusalem who carried out attacks on Israelis, an official told AFP Friday. Continue reading Netanyahu orders Al-Quds suspects’ homes razed: Israeli official
An Israeli who was injured two days ago by a Palestinian operation died of injuries on Friday, raising the death toll to two.
“The person who was critically wounded in the hit-and-run attack in Jerusalem passed away this morning,” said a statement from Hadassa hospital in Ein Kerem.
A hospital spokeswoman could not confirm details of his age or identity but Israel’s army radio said he was a 17-year-old student at a Jewish seminary in the city. Continue reading Israeli Death Toll of Al-Quds Operation Rises to Two
Hezbollah praised the heroic operation carried out by the Palestinian Mujahid Ibrahim Akari in the occupied town of al-Quds on Wednesday.
In a statement released by the party’s Media Relations late on Wednesday, Hezbollah said: “This successful operation is a model for the popular and continuous resistance.” Continue reading Hizbullah Praises Heroic Operation in Al-Quds: Model of Continuous Resistance
Fresh clashes have erupted on Wednesday between Israeli forces and Palestinian worshippers after the Zionists entered the al-Aqsa Mosque in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) in the occupied West Bank.
At least 20 people were reportedly injured in the clashes when the Israeli forces fired plastic bullets and tear gas and threw grenades at the Palestinian worshippers in the al-Aqsa Mosque compound to disperse them. Continue reading Zionists Storm Al-Aqsa, Several Injuries among Worshipers
Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) detained at least 33 Palestinians within the past several hours in occupied East Jerusalem, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society said, as clashes renewed between forces and Palestinians protesting the al-Aqsa restrictions.
Clashes broke out earlier Monday between Palestinian youths and Israeli forces in several East Jerusalem neighborhoods.
Israeli forces raided al-Issawiya, Jabal al-Mukabir, Ras al-Amud, al-Tur and Shufat refugee camp and detained 18 young men, including minors. Continue reading Israeli forces detain 33 Palestinians in Jerusalem
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday sanctioned a meeting on Monday by a government planning and construction committee to approve the construction of 660 new settlement units in occupied East Jerusalem, Israeli media said. Continue reading Israel pushes ahead with settlement expansion in Jerusalem, West Bank
Israeli authorities have canceled the weekly visits by Palestinian families from the Gaza Strip to their relatives detained in Israeli jails, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said late Sunday, while first winter rains inundate Gaza.
“The Israeli authorities notified us of the cancellation of family visits from Gaza to the Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails, which were scheduled for Monday, due to the closure of Erez crossing,” the ICRC office said in a brief statement. Continue reading Israel cancels family visitation for Gaza prisoners
Gaza has become an open-air prison after Israel decided to close two border crossings with Gaza, after a rocket allegedly fired from the Palestinian enclave struck its territory.
The Israeli blockade comes a week after Egypt closed its border with Gaza. With all borders closed, more than one and a half million people in Gaza are now isolated from the outside world. They are prisoners inside the 360 square kilometers that make up the coastal Strip. Continue reading Over 1.7m Gazan Palestinians isolated from the world after Israel, Egypt close crossings
Israeli soldiers were conducting a raid on the home of the Jaber family in the Silwan neighborhood in order to search for an individual suspected of throwing rocks at them from the roof, the family told Ma’an. Continue reading Israeli soldiers attempt to detain 2-year-old for rock-throwing
There is an obvious significance to this story that cannot and will not be revealed by Jewish or Western media. The captionless cartoon published in “Israeli” newspaper Haaretz unambiguously portrays Benjamin ‘Mileikowsky’ Netanyahu flying a jet marked “Israel” into the World Trade Center. The ostensible theme of the cartoon is Zionist butcher Mileikowsky’s ‘trashing of US-Israel relations’, a notion that is nonsensical to any person who understands the true nature of the US-“Israel” relationship – one of complete and total fawning and subservience – with US Congressmen and Presidents alike being literally selected by the Jewish lobby.
Verily, the astounding significance of this cartoon lays not with “US-Israel relations”, but with the Jewish false flag of 9/11 itself. It was Benjamin “Mileikowsky” (hailing from modern day Belarus, not Palestine) Netanyahu in 1987 who penned the book “Terrorism: How the West Can Win”; this butcher of Gaza was not only one of the key architects of the Mossad false flag of 9/11, but in fact one of the seminal authors of “War on Terror” mythology.
Is this cartoon a display of characteristic Zionist and Jewish arrogance, or simply an example of the unmitigated stupidity of a liberal Jewish journalist trying to make a tame and widely-known point in a provocative way?