Israeli Occupation Forces arrest 2 Palestinian children & 1 youth – 10 April 2015

David Reeb’s video: 10 April 2015

 

By Text and Photos by Popular Struggle Coordination Committee: 10 April 2015

Iyad Al Tamimi, was injured and brused due to his falling off a two meters high wall as a result of heavy gas bombs thrown at demonstrators by the Israeli occupation army. The heavy gas bombs caused the suffocation of tens of demonstrators. Confrontations between the Occupation army and demonstrators continued around the area of the Israeli military tower located at the entrance of the village. Israeli soldiers arrested three young palestinian men and children:
Bassel Thalji Al Rimawi – 19 Years old
Osaid Hussam Faqih – 15 Years old
Amir Samir Hjaiji – 16 Years old
Those arrested were released, however Bassel Rimawi is still detained

 

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Four injured by live ammunition as Israeli occupation forces attack weekly protest in Nabi Saleh

Nabi Saleh Solidarity – 21 November 2014

Residents of Nabi Saleh and their supporters once again protested Israel’s ongoing occupation.  The unarmed protesters were attacked by Israeli Occupation forces resulting in four injuries from live ammunition, as well as many injuries gas bombs and rubber-coated metal bullets and several cases of tear gas inhalation.

Photos by Bilal Tamimi

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Nabi Saleh marks International Worker’s Day (May Day); Israeli occupation forces injure 5 with rubber coated steel bullets

by Nabi Saleh Solidarity:  3 May 2014
Phtotographs by Tamimi Press

At least 5 people were injured by rubber coated steel bullets fired by Israeli occupation forces during today’s demonstration in Nabi Saleh.  The IOF also fired teargas and rubber coated bullets directly unarmed protesters, including women, children and elderly protesters. Israeli Occupation Forces declared Nabi Saleh a closed military zone and attempted to prevent international and Israeli activists from reaching the village.  The demonstration marked International Worker’s Day.

 

Israeli Occupation Forces shoot Palestinian photo-journalist in leg with rubber bullets

by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 25 April 2014

At today’s demonstration in Nabi Saleh, Israeli occupation forces have shot Palestinian photo-journalist Maath Musleh from few metres range with 9 steel coated rubber bullets. Israeli occupation forces had been blocking gate at the front of the village preventing the evacuation of Musleh. Activists reported that the IOF are firing stun grenades at the ambulance.  Maath has now been evacuated to hospital in Ramallah.

Photo: At today's demonstration in Nabi Saleh, Israeli occupation forces have shot Palestinian photo-journalist  Maath Musleh from few metres range with 9 steel coated rubber bullets. Israeli occupation forces had been blocking gate at the front of the village. However, Maath has now been evacuated to hospital in Ramallah. Photo by Manal Tamimi.
Photo by Manal Tamimi.

Photo: Israeli Occupation Forces are preventing the evacuation of Maath Musleh who was shot in the leg by the IOF at close range with 9 steel coated rubber bullets. Activists are reporting that the IOF are firing stun grenades at the ambulance. Photo by Manal Tamimi

Photo by Manal Tamimi

Maan News: Israeli forces declare Nabi Saleh ‘military zone,’ injure 2 people

by Maan News: 12 April 2014

(MaanImages)
RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli forces surrounded the central West Bank village of Nabi Saleh and declared it a “closed military zone” on Saturday, subsequently injuring two Palestinian civilians, a local group said.

The attack by Israeli forces comes a day after Israeli forces detained five — including two Palestinian women and three foreign journalists — and lightly injured a French journalist during a protest in the village, which has held weekly protests for four years against Israeli confiscation of village lands.

Israeli forces arrived “suddenly” on Saturday to close the village entrances and then targeted locals nearby, shooting a young man with a live bullet and injuring a 45-year-old woman after beating her, local popular resistance group “Intifada” said in a statement.

The woman was identified as Wijdan al-Tamimi, while the injured young man was not identified.

After declaring the area a “closed military zone,” Israeli forces shut the main streets of the village, closing an iron gate on the main road and placing boulders on other roads so as to prevent Palestinian traffic.

Additionally, they fired stun grenades into the village’s streets, damaging a number of cars, the group said.

The group said that the attack was part of an escalation in military violence against the village in recent months.

The village is the site of weekly protests against the Israeli occupation, with residents demanding that lands confiscated by Israeli forces to build a settlement be returned to them.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said that “as a result of a violent riot” on Saturday afternoon, “one of the two gates of Nabi Saleh was temporarily closed.”

Israeli high school refuseniks (conscientious objectors) join demonstration in Nabi Saleh – 11 April

Photos and report by Haim Schwarczenberg: 11 April 2014

Palestinians, accompanied by Israeli and international activists gathered in Martyrs Square at the centre of Nabi Saleh, in order to mark the weekly Friday demonstration against the occupation and land annexation. Demonstrators marched down the street and into the nearby valley, reaching close to al-Qaws spring (expropriated by the settlement of Halamish) when they were attacked by tear gas and stun grenades, hurled by IOF soldiers attempting to disperse the march. No major injuries reported. However, two Palestinian female activists and three journalists were detained at the entrance to the village. While the journalists were eventually released, the Palestinian women were arrested and taken to police interrogation.

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Israeli Occupation Forces invade and raid Nabi Saleh; 6 injured.

by Nabi Saleh Solidarity: 3 February 2014

IOF invaded and raided Nabi Saleh today, injuring 6 people with one person hospitalised. IOF began firing live ammunition near the tower at the entrance of the village and then invaded the village firing teargas into houses. Manal Tamimi has reported her family has had to leave her house because it is filled with teargas.

Wa’ed Tamimi, the son of Nariman and Bassem Tamimi, was hit in the head with a rubber coated steel bullet fired by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF). Wa’ed was been evacuated to hospital after collapsing due to dizzyness caused by the head injury. Doctors later stated that his injuries were not life threatening and that he would be okay. According to Manal Tamimi, at least 6 people have been injured as the IOF invade and raid the village.

waedWa’ed Tamimi being carried after being injured by IOF. Photo by Eleonora Gatto

Photo by: Eleonora Gatto