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ALRAY IN A WEEK from ALRAY-Palestinian Media Agency (19th- 23th 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) arrested Sunday morning six people from different parts of occupied West Bank, dozens of settlers stormed the town of Halhoul, north of Hebron, to do rituals prayers. Further details

 

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) waged at dawn on Monday a large-scale campaign of arrests into different districts of the occupied West Bank towns and cities. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Monday two young Palestinian girls during storming into the town of Issawiya northeast of occupied Jerusalem. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) launched at dawn on Tuesday raids and arrested six Palestinians in several areas of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested on Wednesday, at dawn, eight Palestinian citizens in multiple raids on different districts of the occupied West Bank towns and cities. Further details

 

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn on Thursday seven citizens and searched 30 houses from different parts of the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

Home demolition and Land grab:

The municipality crews of the Israeli occupation, along with engineering troops and heavy police guard, raided Monday morning on al-Matar neighborhood in the Kafr Aqeb village, north of the occupied Palestinian city of Jerusalem, and conducted a survey for six structures as a precursory step to demolish them. Further details

 

Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit addressed and approved the expropriation of 45 dunams of private Palestinian lands located within the Ofra settlement, paving the way to the retroactive legalization of at least 13 settlement outposts in the occupied West Bank. Further details

 

On the pretext that they had been built without a building license, bulldozers of the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) destroyed on Wednesday morning two Palestinian houses in the occupied Palestinian city of Jerusalem. Further details

 

Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa:

Inside this issue:

Israeli extremist settlers, guarded heavily by Israeli special forces and rapid intervention troops, broke on early Monday into courtyards of the al-Aqsa Mosque Compound via the Maghariba Gate. Further details

 

Haaretz newspaper stated that the so-called Jerusalem Development Authority, Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage, Ministry of Tourism, and the Jerusalem Municipality have been seeking to accelerate working on the plan of establishing an Aerial Tramway, which will reach the Jerusalem’s Old City. Further details

 

Under heavy guard of Israel’s special forces and intervention troops, scores of Israeli extremist settlers broke on Wednesday morning into courtyards of the al-Aqsa Mosque Compound. Further details

 

Unlawful settlement:

Inside this issue:

Israeli Central Court in Jerusalem to held a meeting on Monday morning to discuss the objections filed by the Wadi Hilweh Committee in Silwan on the Kedem settlement project, which the settlement Alad intends to implement opposite Al Aqsa Mosque. Further details

 

Palestinian prisoners of Israel:

Inside this issue:

The head of the prisoners 'committee in the town of Beit Ola in the southern Hebron district in the occupied West Bank, Bassam al-Omla said that the Israeli occupation authorities extended the administrative detention for his brother Ra'ed' al-Omla, 36, for another four months. Further details

 

The number of Palestinian Legislative Council members arrested by Israeli occupation became 11 after the release of MP Omar Abdel Razek. Further details

 

A father of Palestinian detainee, lost his sight in Israeli jails, bartered his freedom in ex-change of releasing his son to get medical treatment. Further details

 

Gaza under siege:

Inside this issue:

 Israeli occupation forces opned fires Thursday towards Palestinian fishermen's boats off Beit Lahia coast in the northern Gaza Strip. Further details

 

The Public Employees' Union in Gaza called on all Palestinian factions meeting in Cairo to discuss the civil servants’ file and stressed to solve it fairly, considering the solution of this file is “linked” to the reconciliation success. Further details

 

Alray international media watch:

Inside this issue:

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 19, 2017). Further details

 

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 21, 2017). Further details

 

Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (November 23, 2017). Further details

 

Reports and Analysis:

Inside this issue:

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested 4034 children since the outbreak of Jerusalem Intifada in October 2015, the Unit for Studies and Documentation at the Commission of detainees and ex-detainees affairs reported. Further details

 

Other news:

Inside this issue:

European delegation of 20 parliaments and several mayors of Europe has been forced to cancel their trip to Palestinian territories because of the Israeli occupation denied the delegation entry to Ben-Gurion Airport and expelled them from the country. Further details

 

The member of Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and the head of the Jerusalem Affairs Department Ahmad Qureea warned of the Israeli continued policy that seeks to Judaize Palestinian lands in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem. Further details

 

A children’s book titled “P is for Palestine” is infuriating some New York Jewish mothers — who claimed that it is nothing but anti-Semitic propaganda disguised as a kids’ alphabet book. Further details

 

The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed that the United States refused to work on drafting a statement presented by Moscow and Cairo to the Security Council that welcomes the Palestinian reconciliation. Further details

 

US State Department confirmed Tuesday that it keeps communication with the Palestinian Authority despite its decision to close the Palestine Liberation Office’s DC office. Further details

 

A US newspaper reported on Wednesday that an investigation in being carried out into the involvement of Turmp’s son-in-law and his chief adviser, Jared Kouchner, on thwarting draft resolutions condemning Israeli settlement in the United Nations. Further details

 

Israeli Knesset approved Wednesday with Initial reading, 60 in favor ,40 against a bill authorizes Israeli court to impose fines up to one hundred thousand NIS against any one calls for boycotting Israel, without proving damages. Further details

 

Former Dutch Prime Minister Driss van Agt said that "Israel, for those who do not know, has a range of nuclear bombs, is the most dangerous country in the Middle East." 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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