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1,000s of Palestinians Killed and Injured, in Two Days of Resumed Israeli Genocidal Air Strikes on Gaza Strip,

December 1-2, 2023


Video showing the assassination of two Palestinian children in Jineen today by Israeli occupation regime soldiers:


 Initial reports, by on December 2, 2023:

The Israeli genocidal war on the Palestinian people in Gaza, since October 7, resulted in a death toll of more than 16,000 people, including more than 6,500 children and over 4,500 women. There are more than 6,800 who are missing under the rubble.

In addition, there are 40,0652 Palestinians who were injured, during the the Israeli genocidal war on Gaza

The systematic Israeli genocidal air strikes resulted in the complete destruction of more than 50,000 housing units, and more than 300,000 damaged housing units.

By December 29, 2023:

There were 249 Palestinians who were killed, 3,209 who were injured, and 3,415+ who were abducted by Israeli occupation forces in the West Bank.

Video from Khan Younus Nasir hospital, about receiving Palestinian martyrs who were killed by Israeli genocidal air strikes on Gaza Strip, on December 1-2, 2023 Scenes of the Israeli genocidal killing of Palestinian civilians in Dair El-Bala'h,
middle of Gaza Strip, where they were instructed by the Israeli occupation
forces to go to, as a safe area, December 2, 2023
A five-month-old baby killed in an Israeli airstrike at homes in Dair El-Bala'h in the central Gaza Strip, December 2, 2023

178 Palestinian civilians, mostly children and women, were killed, 289 were injured by Israeli genocidal air strikes on Gaza Strip, on December 1, 2023

Palestinian rescue workers searching, with their bare hands, for survivors under the rubble of their homes destroyed in the Israeli airstrikes, file, December 2, 2023 16,000 Palestinian civilians, mostly children and women, were killed, by Israeli genocidal air strikes on Gaza Strip, this one was on December 1, 2023
The destruction in 'Hamad City in Khan Younus, southern Gaza, as a result of Israeli bombardment, December 2, 2023 Scenes of Palestinian martyrs who were killed by Israeli genocidal air strikes on Gaza Strip, on December 1-2, 2023


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"Because of that, We decreed upon the Children of Israel that whoever kills a soul, unless for a soul, or for corruption in the land, it is as if he had killed humankind entirely" (The Holy Quran, Al-Ma-ida, 5: 32).

"And whoever kills a believer intentionally, his recompense is Hell, wherein he will abide eternally, and Allah has become angry with him, and has cursed him, and has prepared for him a great torment" (Al-Nisa, 4: 93).


While brutal force has been used to create Zionist Israel and sustain it thus far, Zionist claims to Palestine are false. Actually, from the five thousand years of known written human history, there has been a continuous Palestinian-Canaanite presence in the Holy Land. Despite the Zionist false claims, the ancient Israelites ruled part of the land for only 85 years (during the reign of Prophets David and Solomon , peace be upon them, and Solomon's son).

 After that, the Egyptians conquered Palestine-Canaan in 925 BC, followed by Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, and Romans, before the Arab Muslim rule, starting from 636 AD.

By the Time Jesus, peace be upon him, started his mission, the three population groups of Canaanites, Palestinians, and Israelites were melted together in religion and language. Most of them became Christians when Constantine converted in 313 AD. Then, most of them became Muslims in the 7th and 8th centuries AD.

So, Palestinian Muslims, Christians, and Jews are the ones who have the right to claim descent from ancient Israelites, Palestinians, and Canaanites, not Zionists from other continents.

No matter what the Zionists and their supporters do, they cannot change the will of God, Who promised the Holy Land to Abraham and his descendants, basically the Palestinian Muslims and Christians.

No matter how much persecution and aggression the Zionists and their supporters inflict upon the Palestinian people, they will never be able to force them out of the Holy Land, which Allah, praise to Him, promised for them, and kept His promise ever since.

The following news stories are just examples, not a systematic record, of the Israeli occupation government abuse, mistreatment, and violations of Palestinian human rights, on daily basis.

More detailed news stories can be found at the following sources:,,,

Editorial Notes about terms & names of people and places:

1. Names of people and places have been standardized to match standard Arabic grammatical rules.

2. Underlined letters and letters preceded by an apostrophe are references to Arabic letter sounds, which does not exist in the English alphabet.

3. The English letter i is equivalent to the Arabic short vowel known as kasra, as in Ibraheem and Qasim as well as in the English words sit and bit. So, it is incorrect to use it as a long vowel for such Arabic names as Jameel and Jibreel.

4. The English letter e is equivalent to the Arabi short vowel known as fat'ha, as in A'hmed and Mu'hammed.

5. It is more accurate to refer to the land-grabbing Israelis, who establish illegal settlements in the Palestinian territory of the West Bank, as illegal Israeli settlers, than referring to them as colonists.

The term colony is a reference to a large entity or a country, such as American states before independence. It was also a reference to Egypt, and India, when they were British colonies.

In addition, the term "colony" represents a positive nostalgic theme, in the minds of native speakers of English, particularly in America and Britain.

6. It is more accurate to use the verb "abduct" than the verb "detain," in reference to taking Palestinian citizens by force to prisons and interrogation centers, by Israeli occupation regime soldiers. This is because the presence of the Israeli occupation regime forces is illegal in the Palestinian territories, and they have no jurisdiction over the Palestinian people.

Click here for more about using the apostrophe and the underlining of letters in the transliteration of Arabic names.


UN official: People in Gaza have nowhere safe to go and very little to survive on

NEW YORK, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)-

United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths said with the renewed in the fighting, the people in Gaza have nowhere safe to go and very little to survive on.

While the past week offered us a glimpse of what can happen when the guns fall silent, the situation in Khan Younus today is a shocking reminder of what happens when they dont, he said.

Over the past seven days, hostages were released, families were reunited and more patients received some medical care, he said in a statement.

The volume of aid into and across Gaza increased. And while it barely scratched the surface of what people need, it still allowed aid agencies to provide some basic supplies, reach areas which have been cut off for weeks, and offer some respite to deeply traumatized families, he added.

Today, in a matter of hours, scores were reportedly killed and injured. Families were told to evacuate, again. Hopes were dashed, said the UN official.

Almost two months into the fighting, the children, women and men of Gaza are all terrified. They have nowhere safe to go and very little to survive on. They live surrounded by disease, destruction and death. This is unacceptable. We need to maintain and build on the progress in aid delivery. We need civilians and the life-sustaining infrastructure they rely on to be protected, he said, calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire and an end to the fighting.


The Israeli occupation regime orders aid trucks into Gaza to be stopped until further notice - PRCS

GAZA, Friday, December 1, 2023 (WAFA) -

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) announced that Israeli occupation forces have blocked the entry of aid through the Rafa'h land crossing.

PRCS, in a statement, said that the occupation authorities have informed it of its decision to prevent organizations and entities working at the Rafa'h Land Crossing from bringing aid trucks from the Egyptian side into the Gaza Strip starting tonight and until further notice.

The Israeli decision ordered the crossing to be cleared out of trucks on the Palestinian side as soon as possible.

PRCS stressed that this decision escalates the suffering of citizens, and further amplifies challenges faced by humanitarian and relief organizations attempting to alleviate the suffering of citizens and displaced persons in light of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Strip.

The Israeli occupation resumed its aggression on the Gaza Strip Friday at 7:00 AM, only minutes after six days of humanitarian truce.

The truce allowed - for the first time since the start of Israels aggression on the Strip on October 7th - the entry of humanitarian and relief aid trucks. However, the quantity of aid and fuel trucks was inadequate to meet the growing needs of civilians in light of the current humanitarian crisis in the Strip.



Killing and Injuring of Palestinians in Ghazza (Gaza) by Israeli Occupation Regime Forces

US-backed Israeli genocide in Gaza enters day 57

Saturday 2-December-2023, GAZA, (PIC)

As the US-backed Israeli genocidal war on the Gaza Strip entered day 57 on Saturday, massive aerial and artillery strikes continued to pound and level whole blocks and homes and massacre more civilians, mostly children and women.

According to local sources, Israeli warplanes carried out intensive attacks at dawn and in the morning on Al-Qarara town, north of Khan Younus in southern Gaza.

The interior ministry in Gaza said that the Israeli occupation armys artillery was continuously and violently bombing al-Qarara, while its gunboats bombarded the coast of Khan Younus.

Local sources said that photojournalist Mu'hammed Faraj was martyred during the relentless Israeli attacks on northern Gaza.

An Israeli airstrike reportedly targeted the house of lawmaker Younus Al-Astal in Al-Qarara town.

The Israeli army also attacked and destroyed three mosques and multiple homes in different areas of Khan Younus.

The Israeli army also launched aerial and artillery attacks on other areas of the Gaza Strip, including Rafa'h in southern Gaza.

Dozens of casualties were evacuated from the bombed areas to hospitals.

Dozens of civilian casualties in a barrage of Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City and Bait Lahya

Initial Reporting on December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

Dozens of innocent civilians, including children and women, were murdered and others sustained injuries this evening in a series of indiscriminate Israeli aerial and artillery strikes targeting the neighborhoods of Shuja'iyya, Al-Tuffa'h, Al-Zaytoun, Al-Sabra, Al-Shaikh Radhwan, and Te Al-Hawa in Gaza City.

WAFA correspondents, quoting witnesses, reported horrifying scenes of dozens of bodies scattered in the streets of Gaza City, with rescue efforts obstructed by the nonstop, intensive Israeli bombardment on the city.

Eyewitnesses also reported that the residential complex targeted by the Israeli occupation forces in the Shujaiyya neighborhood, east of Gaza City, housed at least 1,000 people, resulting in the tragic deaths and injuries of dozens of innocent civilians.

The Civil Defense in Gaza said it has been facing tremendous challenges in its rescue efforts due to the ongoing Israeli airstrikes, with direct targeting of their personnel and medical crews attempting to rescue victims from the rubble of homes in various areas of the Gaza Strip.

In the northern Gaza Strip, Israeli occupation forces bombed a populated home belonging to the Barrawi family in the city of Bait Lahya, resulting in the murder and injury of scores of civilians.

The Israeli airstrikes extended to the vicinity of Kamal 'Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza, while in central Gaza, medical sources reported an influx of injuries to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital following the aerial bombardment by Israeli reconnaissance planes targeting a group of civilians in the Al-Maghazi refugee camp.

Earlier in the day, Israeli occupation forces committed another massacre in Jabalya refugee camp, where around 100 civilians lost their lives in a missile strike targeting a residential building belonging to the Obeid family. Dozens were injured in the massacre, with many others missing under the rubble.

Since the beginning of the Israeli offensive on Gaza on October 7, over 16,000 Palestinians, including 6,500 children and more than 4,500 women, have been killed by Israeli aerial or artillery bombardment, according to non-final estimates. Additionally, over 38,000 individuals have been wounded.

Meantime, thousands of civilians remain unaccounted for, with fears mounting that many may have perished beneath the ruins of their homes. Despite continuous efforts by emergency and rescue teams, the retrieval of these individuals has proven challenging amid the severe shortage of civil defense equipment under Israel's relentless aggression on the enclave.


New Israeli massacres in Gaza, hundreds killed in Jabalya, Shuja'iyya

Saturday 2-December-2023, GAZA, (PIC)--

 Israeli occupation forces (IOF) carried out a new bloody massacre Saturday evening in Al-Shuja'iyya neighborhood east of Gaza Strip, destroying more than 50 buildings on the top of its inhabitants, with hundreds of potential martyrs under the rubble.

Government Media Office (GMO) announced that Israeli airstrikes bombed buildings and houses with dozens of missiles and giant bombs, holding the US administration responsible for the genocidal war carried out in Gaza, after it had given Israel the green light to continue its heinous aggression.

The GMO called on the international community and all countries of the free world to exert effort to halt the Israeli war that claimed the lives of more than 15,000 Palestinians and injured more than 40,000 others.

A few hours earlier on Saturday, more than 100 Palestinians were killed and many more were injured in an IOF horrifying massacre in Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.

Local sources said that Israeli warplanes shelled a 6-floor building belonging to 'Obaid family in Jabalya camp, knocking it down on the top of its inhabitants. The building was home to 120-150 citizens of the residents and displaced.

Among the martyrs is one of the most distinguished researchers in the world and Head of the Islamic University in Gaza Dr. Sufyan Tayih, who was killed along with his family, the sources added.

Civil defense teams and volunteers are still searching for the missing under the rubble with primitive tools.

The Israeli army resumed bombing the Gaza Strip early Friday after declaring an end to a week-long humanitarian truce with Hamas.

Gaza: Death toll surges to over 15,207 as Israels genocide escalates

Saturday 2-December-2023, GAZA, (PIC)

The death toll from Israeli bombardments in the Gaza Strip has risen to over 15,207 martyrs, mostly women and children, the health ministry in the embattled coastal enclave stated on Saturday.

In a news conference held in the afternoon, spokesman for the health ministry Ashraf Al-Qidra said that the number of the wounded climbed to over 40,0652 people.

Spokesman Qidra pointed out that 70 percent of the casualties are children and women.

The spokesman affirmed that 280 doctors and medical workers were killed by Israeli attacks in different areas of Gaza, accusing the Israeli occupation army of deliberately targeting the health sector to put it out of service and make its hospitals incapable of receiving wounded civilians.

The spokesman also accused the Israeli army of detaining and interrogating 31 doctors and medical workers under coercive conditions and torture.

He affirmed that there are no safe places in the entire Gaza Strip, contrary to what the occupation army claims.

Over a hundred Palestinian civilians brutally murdered in an Israeli airstrike in Jabalya

GAZA, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

More than 100 innocent Palestinian civilians were brutally murdered today in a heinous Israeli massacre targeting a residential building in Jabalya, north of the Gaza Strip, according to WAFA correspondent. The building housed hundreds of civilians as a result of the ongoing Israeli genocide.

The horrifying incident unfolded as a residential building belonging to the Obeid family in Jabalya was targeted by a massively huge Israeli missile strike. The strike resulted in the immediate murder of approximately 100 individuals, the vast majority of them being civilians, including children and women.  

Reports indicate that the Israeli missile strike also left dozens of others injured, with many still trapped under the debris, adding to the gravity of the situation. The exact number of missing individuals remains unknown as search and rescue operations continue.

This latest atrocity is not an isolated incident, as the Israeli occupation forces have repeatedly been committing similar massacres against civilians in their homes or seeking refuge in schools, whether in Jabalya or other regions of the Gaza Strip.

Yesterday morning, the Israeli occupation resumed its genocide in Gaza, attacking residential neighborhoods from the land, air and sea after a one-week pausebrokered by Egypt and Qatarcame to an end.

The humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip had come into effect at 7:00 am on Friday, November 24, and was initially set for a duration of four days. However, it was extended for an additional three days. 

At least 15,500 Palestinians, the majority of them innocent civilians, including over 6,500 children and over 4,000 women, have been killed since the beginning of the Israeli genocide campaign in Gaza on October 7, according to initial statistics by the Ministry of Health.


Two women killed in an Israeli airstrike in Al-Qarara, southern Ghazza (Gaza)

KHAN YUNIS, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

Two Palestinian women were brutally murdered today in an Israeli airstrike which targeted the town of Al-Qarara, to the northeast of Khan Younus in southern Gaza, said WAFA correspondent.

The town is located south of Wadi Gaza, where Israel has been demanding Palestinians from the northern regions of the besieged enclave to evacuate, falsely claiming it was a safe zone.

WAFA correspondent reported that Israeli warplanes targeted a house belonging to the Nujaili family in Al-Qarara, resulting in the tragic murder of at least two civilian women.

Simultaneously, Israeli airstrikes targeted a civil defense team in Al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza, injuring at least two staff members. The team was engaged in rescuing civilians trapped under the rubble of a bombed home.  

Medical sources in Gaza have announced that the death toll has risen to over 200 Palestinian casualties, after a seven-day humanitarian pause came to an end yesterday, with hundreds more sustaining injuries.

Since the beginning of the Israeli offensive on Gaza on October 7, over 15,500 Palestinians, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, have been killed by Israeli aerial or artillery bombardment. Additionally, over 37,000 individuals have been wounded.

Meantime, thousands of civilians remain unaccounted for, with fears mounting that many may have perished beneath the ruins of their homes. Despite continuous efforts by emergency and rescue teams, the retrieval of these individuals has proven challenging amid the severe shortage of civil defense equipment under Israel's relentless aggression on the enclave.


Two killed in Israeli bombing of a house in central Gaza

GAZA, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA) -

Two people were killed today in an Israeli bombing that targeted a house in the town of Al-Mughraqa, in the central Gaza Strip.

Dozens were also killed and wounded in Israeli strikes on homes in Dair El-Bala'h in the central Gaza Strip and al-Yarmouk area in Gaza City in the north of the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli occupation forces resumed their aggression against the Gaza Strip yesterday after the temporary humanitarian truce ended on Friday morning, which led to the killing of more than 190 people, most of them women and children.

Since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip on October 7, more than 15,000 people were killed, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, in addition to more than 37,000 wounded, and thousands remain missing.


Total of 178 civilians, mostly children and women, killed since resumption of Israel's aggression on Gaza this morning (on December 1, 2023)

GAZA, Friday, December 1, 2023 (WAFA)

A total of 178 people, including children and women, have been killed and 289 others were injured since the resumption of the Israeli occupation regime genocidal war on the Ghazza (Gaza) Strip today at 7:00 AM.

Data from Gaza hospitals reported that they have received the bodies of 178 people since 8;00 a.m. today in addition to 589 wounded.

Kamal 'Adwan Hospital in the town of Bait Lahya, in the north, received more than 54 people killed in the Israeli airstrikes since the early morning hours today.

The bodies of thirty people, mostly children and women, who were killed in the Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City, were also brought to the Baptist Hospital in Gaza.

Hospitals in the south also received dozens of casualties.

The Israeli occupation resumed its aggression on the Gaza Strip Friday at 7:00 AM, only minutes after six days of humanitarian truce.

The Israeli occupation regime forces bombarded, by land, sea, and air, different areas in the north, center, and south of the Gaza Strip, resulting in more killings and injuries, mostly children and women.


Killing and Injuring of Palestinians in the West Bank by Israeli Occupation Regime Forces

Palestinian youth succumbs to injuries after being injured by Israeli occupation forces near Nablus

NABLUS, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)  

The Ministry of Health announced this evening the death of a young Palestinian man, who had been shot and critically injured by Israeli occupation forces earlier today near the town of Tell, in the northern West Bank province of Nablus.

Earlier in the day, Israeli occupation forces opened fire on a young Palestinian man near the town of Tell. Ambulance teams were denied access to the wounded individual by the Israeli occupation forces before he was apprehended. Subsequently, the detained individual, whose identity remains unknown so far, was announced dead of his wounds. 

The circumstances surrounding the incident remain unclear, yet the tragic incident adds to a series of recent incidents in which Palestinian civilians have been murdered for no reason by Israeli occupation forces.


Minor injured in Jineen (incorrectly spelled as Jenin) dies of his wounds

JENIN, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA) -

A 16-year-old boy seriously injured from Israeli occupation regime army gunfire during a raid of the northern West Bank city of Jineen (incorrectly spelled as Jenin), on October 9 has died today of his wounds, according to the director of Al-Razi Hospital in Jenin, Fawaz 'Hammad.

He told WAFA that Sharif A'hmed Al-Sha'ir, from the town of Al-Jalama, northeast of Jenin, died as a result of wounds sustained to the thigh and abdomen.

It is noteworthy that 11 people were killed and more than 20 were injured, some seriously, on that day.


Israeli occupation soldiers shoot, injure Palestinian child near Jineen (Jenin)

JENIN, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

A Palestinian child was shot and injured by Israeli occupation forces today during an Israeli military raid into the town of Jaba', to the south of Jenin in the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian security and local sources

The sources told WAFA that Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Jaba', firing live ammunition towards the residents as they drove into the town.

The Israeli forces pursued a child amidst the olive groves in the town, added the sources, opening fire and injuring him in the foot and hand.

The child was later transported to a hospital in nearby Jenin City, where his condition was described as stable, medical sources said.


Two Palestinian youths injured by Israeli occupation army gunfire in Baita

NABLUS, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

Two Palestinian youths were today injured by Israeli occupation army gunfire during confrontations in the town of Baita, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, according to local and medical sources.

They told WAFA that soldiers broke into the town, provoking confrontations with the youths.

The soldiers fired live bullets at the youths, injuring one in the hand and another in the chest.

They were rushed to hospital, said the sources.


Abduction of Palestinians by Israeli Occupation Regime Soldiers

Israeli occupation forces detain 12 people in West Bank raising total detained since October 7 to 3,415

Israeli occupation forces detaining Palestinians in the occupied territories. (File)

RAMALLAH, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

The Israeli occupation forces today detained 12 people in raids at their homes and at checkpoints in the occupied West Bank raising the total number of Palestinians detained since October 7 to 3,415, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Commission and the Palestinian Prisoner Society.

They said the forces detained a girl from Tulkarm at a checkpoint after returning from a trip to Jordan.

Arrests were also reported in the Nablus, Tubas, Jineen (Jenin), Al-Khaleel (Hebron), and Qalqilya governorates, said the two organizations. The Israeli occupation regime forces also ransacked the homes they raided.


Aggression and Attacks by Illegal Israeli Settlers and Soldiers

Illegal Israeli settlers attack herders in Dair Ballout

SALFIT, December 2, 2023 (WAFA)

Illegal Israeli settlers attacked sheep herders today in the town of Dair Ballout, located in the province of Salfeet in the occupied West Bank, according to local sources.

The sources reported that a group of settlers attacked the sheep herders in the Al-'Ain area south of the town, compelling them to evacuate the area under the threat of weapons.

The assailants, reportedly armed, intimidated the herders and forcibly expelled them from the area, creating a perilous situation for the local pastoral community.

Incidents of this nature raise concerns about the safety and security of Palestinian communities living in proximity to colonial Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.


Israeli occupation regime soldiers and illegal settlers prevent Palestinian farmers from plowing their lands

HEBRON, Saturday, December 2, 2023 (WAFA) -

Illegal Israeli settlers, protected by the Israeli occupation regime soldiers, today prevented farmers from plowing their lands in several areas in Masafir Yatta, south of Hebron.

Local sources told WAFA that colonists and soldiers threatened the farmers in the village of Wadi Jahish against going to plow their lands.

They said colonialists prevented one farmer from plowing his land after detaining him in the Susya region.

The Israeli occupation forces, meanwhile, seized a vehicle of a resident and forced him to unload his livestock from it.

It is worth mentioning that the colonists, under the protection of the occupation army, have intensified their attacks in Masafir Yatta since the beginning of the aggression on the Gaza Strip on October 7.


Illegal Israeli settlers chop down dozens of olive trees south of Nablus

NABLUS, Friday, December 1, 2023 (WAFA)

Illegal Israeli settlers tonight cut down around 50 olive trees belonging to a Palestinian resident in the town of Qusra, south of Nablus, said a local activist.

Anti-settlement activist, Fu-ad Hasan, told WAFA that colonists from the illegal Israeli settlement of Aish Kodesh chopped down around 50 olive trees on the eastern side of Qasra town.

The trees belonged to resident Jawdat 'Aarif.


Israeli colonists and forces attack Palestinians and their properties in Salfeet and Al-Khaleel (Hebron)

SALFIT, Friday, December 1, 2023 (WAFA)

Israeli colonists this evening attacked Palestinians and their properties and stole a sum of money in the town of Qarawet Bani 'Hassan, west of Salfeet, according to local sources.

Colonists, backed by Israeli forces, attacked the defenseless Palestinian residents in the said town with gunfire, stole a sum of money from one of the residents, and destroyed several vehicles and a monument of a slain Palestinian killed by Israel.

Israeli forces did nothing to stop the attack but rather joined in, attacking residents with live fire and tear gas canisters.

No injuries were reported in the attack.

In the meantime, a group of armed colonists, under the protection of Israeli forces, attacked Palestinian farmers and shepherds in Masafir Yatta area, south of Hebron, and forced them to leave their land.

Israeli soldiers forced farmers and shepherds to leave their lands and allowed colonists to graze their sheep there.



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