Palestinian Prisoners' Club: IOF detain over 750 children in 2022
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club reveals, on the eve of International Children's Day, that the Israeli occupation has detained more than 750 children since the beginning of the year, amid abusive policies.
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club indicated, on Saturday, that Israeli occupation forces have detained more than 9,300 Palestinian youth under the age of 18 since 2015, according to a statement issued by the club on the eve of International Children’s Day.
The Prisoners' Club stated that "the Israeli occupation has detained about 750 children since the beginning of this year 2022, and 160 of them are still in detention," noting that there were wounded among the detainees who were shot before and/or during raids or arrest campaigns.
The statement further argued that among the detained youths are 3 girls and 5 children under administrative detention; meaning they have not been charged nor have they received any court rulings.
And he indicated that the detained youths are subjected to all forms of systematically abusive policies, including torture and harsh detention conditions.
Israeli occupation blocks roads with dirt mounds east of Nablus
Under the protection of Israeli occupation forces, Israeli settlers stormed at dawn Thursday the town of Qaber Youssef (Joseph's Tomb) east of Nablus, as confrontations erupted between Palestinians and the occupation soldiers.
The Nablus Battalion announced that it had directly targeted an IOF concentration point and vehicles in the vicinity of the eastern region with bullets and explosive devices.
Simultaneously, the IOF blocked several roads and streets with dirt mounds and blocked the entrances to Beit Einoun village.
Israeli media reported that an Israeli occupation military site in the northern West Bank was targeted with gunfire on Wednesday night.
According to the media, no injuries were reported as a result of the attack, which took place at an Israeli occupation army site in Jabal Jirzim, a few kilometers south of the city of Nablus in the West Bank.
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