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ALRAY IN A WEEK from ALRAY-Palestinian Media Agency (5th- 9th Nov. 2017)
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ALRAY IN A WEEK is a weekly bulletin e-newsletter comes out every Sunday to keep ALRAY’s readers flashed with a diverse range of possible issues that are important to the Palestinian Cause.


In ALRAY IN A WEEK you can read about the most Palestinian top news headlines of the previous week, each according to its subject:

 

Israel’s violations in Palestine:

Inside this issue:

Detentions:

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) launched on Sunday morning, raids and arrests to various parts of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested on Monday at dawn 16 Palestinians during multiple raids on different districts of the occupied West Bank towns and cities. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested, on Tuesday, at dawn 13 Palestinian citizens in raids to the cities of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested last night and at dawn Wednesday nine Palestinian citizens, including a senior Hamas member, during multiple raids on different districts of the occupied West Bank towns and cities. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn on Thursday eight Palestinian civilians, from different parts of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

Home demolition and Land grab:

Bulldozers of the Israeli occupation forces demolished on Tuesday morning a structure in the Palestinian village of Al-Jiftlik, located north of the occupied West Bank city of Jericho. Further details

 

The Israeli occupation authorities demolished 15 homes, residential and commercial facilities in Jerusalem, and issued 163 demolition orders, Jerusalem International Foundation said. Further details

 

Other violations:

The Israeli occupation forces prevented nine Palestinians traveling via Al-Karama crossing in the West Bank, under the pretext of security reasons. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) attacked, on Monday at evening, a Palestinian driver at the central bus station in Beersheba at Negev. Further details

 

The office of Israeli Prime minister Netanyahu reported that the Israeli government is to pave bypass roads to connect the unrecognized Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Further details

 

Israeli occupation intends to build the security fence project along the border with Jordan, where it will be officially announced at the beginning of the next year, noting that the route of the fence located in the West Bank. Further details

 

A military force of the Israeli occupation army, accompanied by Israeli crews, stole on Wednesday at dawn antique stones from Al-Mawarq Palace, located in the village of Al-Mawarq, southwest of Dura in the south of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

A Palestinian child was injured on Wednesday evening in a- hit-and-run accident done by an Israeli near the town of Haris, north of Salfit, in the northern West Bank. Further details

 

Dozens of primary- schools students suffocated with tear gas and stun grenades in the school compounds in southern Hebron. Further details

 

Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa:

Inside this issue:

Extremist settlers stormed on Sunday morning courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque via Maghariba Gate, under the guard of the Israeli occupation police. Further details

 

Since early Monday, a state of palpable tension has prevailed over the courtyards of al-Aqsa Mosque Compound, when an Israeli police member insulted Allah near the mosque’s Manuscript Centre. Further details

 

Extremist Israeli settlers stormed on Tuesday morning, the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque with intensive protection from the Israeli police. Further details

 

The Israeli occupation authorities installed new surveillance cameras at the entrances of the al-Aqsa Mosque Compound, just three months after the upheaval of Jerusalemites aimed to prevent changes that would alter the status que in Jerusalem. Further details

 

Extremist Israeli settlers stormed on Wednesday morning, the courtyards of the al-Aqsa Mosque under strict protection of the Israeli occupation police. Further details

 

Unlawful settlement:

Inside this issue:

The Israeli occupation authorities announced a new plan that would establish more than 14 thousand housing units for Jewish people on several Palestinian lands, including Tantour land, south of the occupied Palestinian village of Makr, with a total area of 4100 dunams. Further details

 

Palestinian prisoners of Israel:

Inside this issue:

The Israeli Occupation Court sentenced three Palestinian detainees in Ofer detention center to different durations, the three detainees from Ramallah, Beira and Hebron in the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

The total a number of Palestinian minors detainee in Israel jail of Ofer ups to 483 since the beginning of 2017, some of them sentenced to administrative detention, the lawyer of the Committee for Prisoners' Affairs. Further details

 

A new batch of the Gaza Strip prisoners’ families headed at dawn on Monday to visit their sons in Israeli jails through Beit Hanoun/Erez crossing, north of the besieged Gaza Strip. Further details

 

19-year-old son of Palestinian prisoner Rajab al-Tahan, Majd, died on Tuesday evening of cancer, after meeting his jailed father for “10 minutes” to visit him. Further details

 

Gaza under siege:

Inside this issue:

The Palestinian Economic expert Maher Attabaa’ expressed Sunday his objection to any European existence at Rafah crossing, explaining that it is a bure Egyptian- Palestinian crossing. Further details

 

Alray international media watch:

Inside this issue:

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 5, 2017). Further details

 

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 7, 2017). Further details

 

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 9, 2017). Further details

 

Reports and Analysis:

Inside this issue:

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) detained 483 Palestinians, including 125 children, eight women and four journalists last October, human rights groups and prisoners institutions said in a report. Further details

 

Other news:

Inside this issue:

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas headed on Monday to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, on Monday in an official visit. Further details

 

The Japanese upscale Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo has decided to withdraw Israeli settlement products. Further details

 

The activities of the global campaign to support Sheikh Raed Salah will be launched on Monday in Istanbul, in response to the arbitrary Israeli measures of his arrest and trial. Further details

 

Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated on Monday that “Israel” will bring its soldiers, held by Hamas in the blockaded Gaza Strip since 2014, back home, without free gifts. Further details

 

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry stated that none of Israeli leaders seek peace, so that all peace talks reached a deadlocked road. Further details

 

The first anti-settlement conference held in Brussels, capital of the European Union, on Monday. Further details

 

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that Palestinian cause could not be solved at the expense of Egyptian lands, noting that neither he nor other could surrender a meter of Egyptian lands. Further details

 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured that “Israel” has been bolstering its relations with moderate countries in the region. And as it made peace with Egypt and Jordan, it seeks to establish peace with other Arab countries that Israel stand with in the face of radical Islam. Further details

 

We hope ALRAY IN A WEEK will be important for all those interested in issues of the Palestinians and will reach wide readers around the world.

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