Israeli occupation blocks entrance to house In Nablus
Israeli occupation blocks the entrance of a house in south Nablus with cement blocks, isolates several P\alestinian towns in northern West Bank.
The Israeli occupation forces blocked the entrance of a home in south Nablus with cement blocks until further notice.
The occupation authorities isolated 7 Palestinian towns in the northern West Bank by closing an iron gate that leads to those towns. Usually, the occupation uses iron gates, sandbags, and cement blocks to close the entry to Palestinian towns and villages to impose group punishment on the citizens.
Israeli occupation forces released the two Palestinian activists Mona and Mohammed al-Kurd, hours after detaining them.
Al-Kurd is known as the voice of Sheikh Jarrah, which echoed around the world. She and her brother Mohammed are considered to be among the most prominent activists in the latest events, as they worked to make the story of Sheikh Jarrah, whose residents are threatened with displacement, to the world in both Arabic and English.
The occupation forces summoned Mohammed al-Kurd, Mona's brother, who is one of the most prominent activists that exposed the occupation's attacks in Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem) in general, and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in particular.
The Israeli occupation forces arrested Sunday activist Mona Al-Kurd from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the Al-Quds.
The occupation forces had suppressed participants in a protest vigil held in solidarity with the residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, which is threatened with eviction.
The occupation fired stun grenades and tear gas canisters at the demonstrators, who chanted in condemnation of the occupation policies and calling on the international community to take action to stop the displacement of the resident of Al-Quds.