IOF Raids West Bank, Occupied Al-Quds
The Israeli occupation raids al-Ram, at-Tur, and Shuafat Camp and attacks Palestinians using tear gas and rubber bullets.
The Israeli occupation forces launched Tuesday several raids in the West Bank and occupied al-Quds, injuring two young Palestinians. The IOF also arrested several Palestinians in Dheisheh Camp, Qabatiya, and Qalqilya.
Moreover, the Israeli forces raided al-Ram, At-Tur, and Shuafat Camp. They used tear gas and rubber bullets to oppress the residents of al-Quds, which the latter responded to.
As "Israel" continues oppressing Palestinians and violating their human rights, six detainees are hunger-striking in protest of their administrative detention. The detainee that has been hunger-striking for the longest time is Kayed al-Fasfous with 111 days.
Shadi Abu Akar ended his hunger strike after an Israeli decision set an end date to his administrative detention, 6 months, meaning he will be free in April of 2022, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported.
Abu Akar is from Beit Lahm, and he's been hunger-striking for nearly 10 weeks in protest of his administrative detention, which jeopardized his health and put him in a very critical situation.
Sheikh Jarrah residents reject court settlement: Israeli Media
The residents of Sheikh Jarrah, a prominent neighborhood in occupied al-Quds, have rejected a "compromise" proposed by the Israeli Supreme Court, as per which the residents will be protected and recognized as first-generation tenants, "meaning they would continue to enjoy the status for two more generations," Haaretz reported.
The newspaper underscored that the "tenants" will have to make a small deposit in "Nahalot Shimon", a right-wing Israeli settlement group, which now "owns" the land on which the neighborhood is built.
However, the residents rejected the "compromise" due to the payment factor, which amounts to a recognition of the group's ownership of the occupied Palestinian land, as per the newspaper.
The rejection was announced Tuesday afternoon by Palestinian activist Mona al-Kurd, who said, "Our rejection came as part of our belief in the justice of our cause and our right to our homes and our homeland."