Palestinian youth injured during demolition of house in Khallet Taha
A Palestinian was admitted to intensive care at Al-Khalil Governmental Hospital after the IOF brutally assaulted him, causing him a fourth-degree liver injury.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced Thursday that a Palestinian kid had sustained a fourth-degree liver injury.
In a press statement, the Ministry said the kid was admitted to intensive care at Al-Khalil Governmental Hospital and his condition was described as stable.
قوات الاحتلال الإسرائيلي تفرج عن الشاب الفلسطيني أحمد نوح ذيب حروب، وقد ظهر على جسده آثار تعذيب، علمًا أنها اعتقلته اليوم في منطقة خلة طه غرب #الخليل بعد هدم منزل عائلته#فلسطين pic.twitter.com/e1Foje0X0b— الساهرة (@alsahera_ar) October 6, 2022
The Israeli occupation forces brutally assaulted the youth in the Khallet Taha area, south of Dura, in the city of Al-Khalil, in the south of the occupied West Bank, during the demolition of a house.
Israeli occupation forces demolished a house Thursday in Khallet Taha, after forcibly expelling its residents, and arresting two civilians, while injuring others, during the demolition process.
lsraeli occupation forces assault members of al-Hroob family, and even detain some, after forcing them out of their house in preparation for its demolition in Hebron. pic.twitter.com/nnpVZ9JDUg— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) October 6, 2022
A 100-square-meter house, owned by Mohammad Nouh Al-Hroub, which houses seven people, three of whom have special needs, was leveled.
The Palestinian Wafa agency reported that the occupation forces arrested two young men, whose identities are not yet known, and fired live bullets and poison gas canisters at civilians who were confronting the forces.
The occupation forces had surrounded the house and prevented the people from reaching it, fired sound bombs inside it, and beat the family, causing several injuries.
The owner of the house explained that his house was demolished three times before.
Last year, the occupation forces demolished his father's house, and in 2020, the Israeli forces demolished a family home under construction.
Would you destroy your own home if forced to?— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 17, 2022
Recently, #Palestinians are being forced to demolish their own homes with their own hands, the same houses they have been living in long before the Israeli occupation. #Palestine #SaveShiekhJarrah #SaveNaqab pic.twitter.com/vpDTGa8pBl
Khallet Taha is considered one of the areas threatened to be cleansed, and the occupation seeks to control 3,000 dunams of the citizens' lands for the benefit of illegal settlement building, especially the settlement of "Najhut".
The Israeli occupation forces pursued a policy of demolishing homes, whether through their inhuman tactics or by forcing their owners to demolish them themselves, in an attempt to subjugate and pressure the Palestinians.
In the village of Beita, south of Nablus, Palestinian youth confronted the Israeli occupation forces, who used live bullets.
On its part, a Palestinian group calling itself The Lions' Den called for the continued burning of rubber tires in the streets of occupied Al-Quds to thwart the incursions of the occupation forces that mobilized in Silwan after burning a military vehicle with Molotov cocktails.
#شاهد استجابة لدعوات مجموعات عرين الأسود شبان يشعلون الاطارات المطاطية في مناطق متفرقة من #نابلس، وذلك لدواعي أمنية حسب ما أعلنت المجموعات. pic.twitter.com/YpmTzC46Ok— Newpress | نيو برس (@NewpressPs) October 6, 2022