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Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (09– 15 June 2011)

The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR)

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Israeli soldiers arrest a Palestinian civilian during a demonstration against Israeli settlement activities in al-Tawana village, south of Hebron


PCHR, June 16, 2011


Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Continue Systematic Attacks against Palestinian Civilians and Property in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)

 

 

· A Palestinian died of wounds he had sustained during the wide scale Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip.

- A Palestinian civilian was wounded by IOF in Salfit.

- An old Palestinian man was wounded by Israeli settlers in the West Bank.

 

· IOF continued to use force against peaceful protests in the West Bank.

- Two Palestinian civilians were wounded. 

- IOF arrested 4 Israeli human rights defenders and two Palestinian civilians.

 

· IOF conducted 50 incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank and a limited one into the Gaza Strip.  

- IOF arrested 21 Palestinian civilians, including 3 children.

- The detainees include former Palestinian Minister of Prisoners’ Affairs, Wasfi Qabaha.

 

· IOF fired at Palestinian fishing boats in the Gaza Strip.

 

· Israel has continued to impose a total siege on the OPT and has isolated the Gaza Strip from the outside world.

- IOF arrested two Palestinian civilians, including a woman, at military checkpoints in the West Bank.

- IOF violently beat a Palestinian civilian at a military checkpoint near Hebron.

 

· IOF have continued settlement activities in the West Bank and Israeli settlers have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property.

- IOF ordered the demolition of a school and two barracks in Salfit.

- IOF ordered stopping the construction of a mosque in Salfit and demolishing another one in Bethlehem.

- IOF destroyed two wells and ordered the demolition of another 3 ones.

- IOF demolished 3 tents and 10 barnyards in Jericho.

- Israeli settlers attacked 5 houses in Hebron.

- Israeli settlers leveled areas of land they had already seized near Hebron.

 

 

 

Summary

 

Israeli violations of international law and humanitarian law in the OPT continued during the reporting period (09 – 15 June 2011):

 

Shooting:

 

During the reporting period, a Palestinian died of wounds he had sustained during the wide scale Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip. Two Palestinian civilians were also wounded by IOF and settlers in the West Bank.

 

On 11 June 2011, medical sources at the Israeli Hasharon Hospital declared that Mohammed Sha’ban Mohammed Esleem, 50, from Gaza City, died of wounds he had sustained on 15 January 2009 during the wide scale Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip. Esleem had been wounded by shrapnel to the head, the abdomen and the hand. On 24 February 2009, he was transferred to an Egyptian hospital. On 29 May 2011, he was transferred to an Israeli hospital, where he had received medical treatment until his death. It is worth noting that Esleem was wounded inside his house when IOF targeted the late Minister of Interior in the Gaza government, Sa’id Syam. As a result of this attack, 12 Palestinians, including 6 members of the Esleem family, were killed. 

 

On 10 June 2011, an old Palestinian man was wounded by a bullet to the head by an Israeli settler near Ramallah. 

 

On 13 June 2011, a Palestinian civilian was wounded by IOF in Salfit. IOF fired at number of Palestinian boys and young men who threw stones at military vehicles.

 

During the reporting period, IOF used excessive force to disperse peaceful demonstrations organized in protest to Israeli settlement activities and the construction of the annexation wall in the West Bank. As a result, two Palestinian civilians were wounded, and dozens of Palestinian civilians and international human rights defenders suffered from tear gas inhalation.  IOF also arrested 4 Israeli human rights defenders and one Palestinian civilian.

 

On 11 June 2011, Israeli gunboats opened fire at Palestinian fishing boats in the northern Gaza Strip, but no casualties were reported.

 

Incursions:

 

During the reporting period, IOF conducted at least 50 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank, during which they arrested 21 Palestinian civilians, including 3 children and former Minister of Palestinian Prisoners’ Affairs, Wasfi Qabaha. 

 

In the Gaza Strip, IOF conducted a limited incursion into Palestinian areas in the central Gaza Strip, during which they leveled areas of Palestinian land.

 

Restrictions on Movement:

 

Israel had continued to impose a tightened siege on the OPT and imposed severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem.

 

Gaza Strip

 

Israel has continuously closed all border crossings to the Gaza Strip for over three years. The illegal Israeli-imposed closure of the Gaza Strip, which has steadily tightened since June 2007, has had a disastrous impact on the humanitarian and economic situation in the Gaza Strip. 

 

· IOF have tightened the closure of the Gaza Strip and practically made Karm Abu Salem crossing as the sole commercial crossing of the Gaza Strip although it is not proper for commercial purposes in terms of its distance and operational capacity.

 

· IOF have continued to apply their policy aimed at tightening the strangulation of the commercial movement in the Gaza Strip, including imposing total control over the flow of imports and exports.

 

· The total closure of al-Mentar "Karni" crossing on 02 March 2011 has created a bitter situation that has seriously affected the Gaza Strip. Following this closure, all the economic and commercial establishments in Gaza Commercial Zone were shut off. It should be noted that al-Mentar crossing is the biggest crossing in the Gaza Strip in terms of its operational capacity to absorb the flow of imports and exports. The decision of al-Mentar crossing was the culmination of a series of decisions to totally close Soafa crossing, east of the Gaza Strip, in the beginning of 2009, and Nahal Oz crossing, east of Gaza City, which was dedicated for the delivery of fuel and cooking gas to the Gaza Strip, in the beginning of 2010.

 

· These statistics which were made available to PCHR by the Border and Crossings Department indicate a continued drop in the number of truckloads of Gaza imports and exports.

 

· IOF have continued to impose total ban on the delivery of raw materials to the Gaza Stri, except for very limited items and quantities. The limited quantities of raw materials allowed into Gaza do not meet the minimal needs of the civilian population in the Gaza Strip.

 

· The cooking gas crisis which has erupted last November has continued to affect the Gaza Strip. This crisis was created when the Israeli occupation authorities totally closed, on 04 January 2010, Nahal Oz crossing, which used to be dedicated for the delivery of fuel and cooking gas supplies to Gaza, and shifted fuel and cooking gas supplies to Karm Abu Salem crossing which is not technically equipped to receive Gaza's needs of fuel.  Karm Abu Salem crossing, with its maximum absorptive capacity, can receive only 200 tons of cooking gas per day.

 

· Approximately 80% of Gaza civilians have continued to depend on alimentary aid provided by UNRWA and other relief agencies, rates of families who are living below poverty line have continued to be on the rise and approximately 40% of Gaza's manpower has continued to suffer from permanent unemployment as a result of shutting down the majority of Gaza's economic establishments.

 

· IOF have continued to impose a total ban on the exportation of Gaza's products, especially industrial products, leading to undermining any real chances to rerun economic establishments. The situation has been aggravated especially after making Karm Abu Salem crossing as Gaza sole commercial crossing and the repeated closure of this crossing which negatively affected the quantity of Gazan products which were allowed to be exported during last April.

 

· IOF have continued to prolong the implementation of their decision to allow 60 cars into Gaza weekly although more than 10 months have passed since they announced this decision after three years of ban imposed on the delivery of cars to Gaza. As a result, the prices of cars in Gaza have been on the rise and local markets experience serious shortage in spare parts.

 

· For approximately four consecutive years, IOF have continued to ban the delivery of construction materials to Gaza. During the reporting period, IOF approved the delivery of limited quantities of construction materials for a number of international organizations.

 

· Israel has continued to close Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing for Palestinian civilians from the Gaza Strip. IOF only allow the movement of limited groups amidst severe restrictions, including long hours of waiting in the majority of cases. IOF have also continued to adopt a policy aimed at reducing the number of Palestinian patients allowed to move via Beit Hanoun crossing to receive medical treatment in hospitals in Israel or in the West Bank and Jerusalem. IOF denied new categories of Gazan patient permission to have access to hospitals via the crossing.

 

· Israel has imposed additional access restrictions on international diplomats, journalists and humanitarian workers seeking to enter the Gaza Strip.

 

· For approximately 46 months, IOF have continued to deny approximately 710 Palestinian prisoners from Gaza detained in Israeli jails their visitation rights without providing any justification to this measure, which violates the rules of the international humanitarian law.

 

West Bank

 

IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians throughout the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem. Thousands of Palestinian civilians from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip continue to be denied access to Jerusalem.

 

· IOF have established checkpoints in and around Jerusalem, severely restricting Palestinian access to the city. Civilians are frequently prevented from praying in the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

 

· There are approximately 585 permanent roadblocks, and manned and unmanned checkpoints across the West Bank.

 

· When complete, the illegal annexation wall will stretch for 724 kilometers around the West Bank, further isolating the entire population. 350 kilometers of the wall have already been constructed. Approximately 99% of the wall has been constructed inside the West Bank itself, confiscating more Palestinian land.

 

· At least 65% of the main roads that lead to 18 Palestinian communities in the West Bank are closed or fully controlled by IOF.

 

· There are approximately 500 kilometers of restricted roads across the West Bank. In addition, approximately one third of the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem, is inaccessible to Palestinians without permits issued by IOF. Such permits are extremely difficult to obtain.

 

· IOF continue to harass and assault demonstrators who hold peaceful protests against the construction of the annexation wall.

 

· Palestinian civilians continue to be harassed by IOF in Jerusalem, and across the West Bank, including being regularly stopped and searched in the streets by IOF.

 

Measures Aimed at Creating a Jewish Demographic Majority in Jerusalem: 

 

On 09 June 2011, a group of Jewish extremists, mostly settlers from "Kiryat Arba" settlement in Hebron, escorted by IOF, broke into the yards of the al-Aqsa Mosque.

 

On 10 June 2011, an Israeli police force stormed the yards of the al-Aqsa Mosque after the Friday Prayer. A number of young men threw stones at the force. Immediately, Israeli police officers fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters at them. No casualties.

 

On Saturday, 11 June 2011, a number of Jewish extremists conducted religious rituals in a Palestinian marker. The Israeli police forced Palestinian civilians to close their shops in the market. 

 

On Sunday, 12 June 2011, the Israeli authorities started excavation works in al-Sultan Pool in the old town, which is a registered Islamic site. On the same day, officials of the Israeli Municipality of Jerusalem and the Israeli police chased peddlers in Bab al-Amoud area. They confiscated goods and attacked a number of peddlers.

 

Settlement Activities:  

 

Israel has continued its settlement activities in the OPT in violation of international humanitarian law, and Israeli settlers have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property. 

 

On 10 June 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians from Kufor Malek village, northeast of Ramallah, travelled in cars to al-Marj area, nearly 10 kilometers to the east of the village, where 3 Israeli settlers set up a tent. When the Palestinian civilians arrived at the area, one of the settlers opened fire at them. As a result, Yousef Hammad al-Qaq, 66, was wounded by a bullet to the head. Later, IOF arrived at the area and attempted to control the settlers.

 

On 12 June 2011, IOF moved into Brouqin village, west of Salfit. They handed a notice to Mo’ayad Mohammed Baker, ordering the demolition of an agricultural barrack belonging to him. They also handed another notice to villagers ordering the demolition of a school, and a third one ordering stopping construction of Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque allegedly for the lack of licenses.

 

On the same day, IOF moved into Hares village, north of Salfit. They handed notices ordering the demolition of two barracks used for car washing belonging to 'Abdullah and Jihad Mohammed Daoud, claiming that they were built without licenses.

 

On 13 June 2011, Israeli settlers from "Ashkilot" settlement to the west of Arab al-Ramadin village, southwest of Hebron, razed and leveled at least 20 dumuns of Palestinian agricultural land isolated by the annexation wall. Israeli settlers seized this area of land a few months ago. 

 

On 14 June 2011, IOF, accompanied by two bulldozers, moved into Dassayel village, north of Jericho. They demolished 3 barnyards and 10 tents, claiming that they were established without licenses near bypass road #90, which is used by Israeli settlers. A number of Palestinian civilians attempted to stop the demolition, but Israeli soldiers violently beat them. As a result, 'Ali 'Ebayat sustained bruises. Three of the demolished tents were inhabited. 

 

On the same day, IOF, accompanied by two bulldozers, moved into al-Harayiq area, southwest of Hebron. They demolished two water wells belonging to the al-Jamal family. According to Samer 'Abdul Hamid al-Jamal, IOF handed notices ordering the demolition of 5 water wells, claiming that they were established without licenses, and then demolished two wells. Israeli soldiers used force to drive Palestinian civilians away from the area, including firing tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a number of civilians suffered from tear gas inhalation. 

 

On the same day, IOF moved into al-Ma’sara village, west of Bethlehem. They handed a notice to Ahmed Zawahra ordering the demolition of a mosque in the east of the village, claiming that it was built without a license. The notice gives Palestinian civilians 13 days to appeal against the order.

 

On the same day, at least 50 Israeli settlers living in settlement outposts in the center of Hebron attacked 5 Palestinian houses in Tal Rumaida neighborhood near the closed al-Shuhada Street. This attack came two days following the Israeli High Court’s rejection of a petition filed by Palestinians to open closed roads in Hebron.

 

On 15 June 2011, a number of Israeli settlers from "Mitatyahu" settlement, west of Ramallah, set fire to dozens of olive trees in Bel’ein village. IOF restricted the access of Palestinian fire fighters to the area to extinguish fire. In the end, the firefighter were able to extinguish fire. 

 

 

 

 

Israeli Violations Documented during the Reporting Period (09 – 15 June 2011)

 

1. Incursions into Palestinian Areas and Attacks on Palestinian Civilians and Property in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip

 

Thursday, 09 June 2011

 

· At approximately 01:00, IOF moved into Taqqou’ village, south of Bethlehem. They raided and searched a number of houses and arrested 3 Palestinian civilians, including a child, accusing them of throwing stones at Israeli military vehicles:

 

  1. Muntasser Sameeh al-'Omour, 17;
  2. Haitham Mohammed al-'Omour, 22; and
  3. Mahmoud Mohammed al-'Omour, 24.

 

According to information available to the detainees’ lawyers, the detainees were subject to violent beating during interrogation. An Israeli interrogator even threatened to remove the trousers of the first detainee and molest him. As a result of beating, the three detainees suffer from pains throughout their bodies.

 

· At approximately 08:40, IOF moved into Nabi Elias village, east of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 09:10, IOF moved into 'Azzoun village, east of Qalqilya. They raided a number of shops and held a number of Palestinian civilians. They released those civilians at approximately 12:00. Israeli soldiers took the camera of the municipality’s photographer and deleted all photos saved on it. Before their withdrawal, Israeli soldiers threatened villagers that they would close the entrance of the village and arrest all young men in the village if stone throwing continued. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 10:00, IOF moved into 'Attil village, north of Tulkarm. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 11:00, IOF moved into Jayous village, northeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 12:55, IOF moved into Snirya village, southeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· Also at approximately 12:55, IOF moved into Beit Ameen village, southeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 16:00, IOF moved into Kharabtha al-Misbah village, west of Ramallah. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 16:05, IOF moved into Qarawat Bani Hassan village, northwest of Salafit. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 18:00, IOF moved into Bedya village, west of Salafit. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 22:30, IOF moved into Jericho. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 23:45, an IOF undercover unit moved into 'Azzoun village, east of Qalilya, traveling in a Palestinian civilian vehicle. The vehicle stopped near a game gallery. Immediately, at least 20 Israeli soldiers stepped down from the vehicle and broke into the gallery and threatened the owner to punish him if they discovered that the raid was photographed. Soon after, Israeli soldiers gathered customers and forced them to stand with their faces to the walls. They also fired smoke bombs inside the gallery after arresting Ahmed Sa’id Saleem, 22.

 

Friday, 10 June 2011

 

· At approximately 00:20, IOF moved into Marda village, north of Salfit. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 00:30, IOF moved into Jenin. They raided and searched a house belonging to Wasfi 'Izzat Qabaha, 51, former Minister of Prisoners’ Affairs and a leader of Hamas, and arrested him. An Israeli officer told Qabaha’s daughter that they arrested him because "he did not listen to their advice to stop his activities."

 

· At approximately 00:40, IOF moved into Qabatya village, south of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 11:00, IOF moved into Jafna village, north of Ramallah. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 11:35, IOF moved into Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 11:40, IOF moved into Kufor Thuloth village, southeast of Qalailya. They patrolled in the streets and stopped and questioned a number of Palestinian civilians. They withdrew later and neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 22:00, IOF moved into Beit Liqya village, west of Ramallah. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 23:00, IOF moved into al-Jalama village, north of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 23:30, IOF moved into Bitounia town, west of Ramallah. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

Saturday, 11 June 2011

 

· At approximately 01:00, IOF moved into Bir Zeit village, north of Jericho. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. No arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 08:00, medical sources at the Israeli Hasharon Hospital declared that Mohammed Sha’ban Mohammed Esleem, 50, from Gaza City, died of wounds he had sustained on 15 January 2009 during the wide scale Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip. Esleem had been wounded by shrapnel to the head, the abdomen and the hand. On 24 February 2009, he was transferred to an Egyptian hospital. On 29 May 2011, he was transferred to an Israeli hospital, where he had received medical treatment until his death. It is worth noting that Esleem was wounded inside his house when IOF targeted the late Minister of Interior in the Gaza government, Sa’id Syam. As a result of this attack, 12 Palestinians, including 6 members of the Esleem family, were killed. 

 

· At approximately 16:30, IOF moved into Zabbouba village, northwest of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· Also at approximately 16:30, IOF moved into 'Aanin village, northwest of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 19:00, IOF moved into Bil’ein village, west of Ramallah. They provocatively patrolled in the streets. A number of Palestinian boys gathered and threw stones at Israeli military vehicles. Immediately, Israeli soldiers fired rubber-coated metal bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at them. A number of Palestinian civilians suffered from tear gas inhalation. IOF withdrew from the village later and no arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 22:00, Israeli gunboats stationed opposite to Beit Lahia seashore in the northern Gaza Strip opened fire at Palestinian fishing boats. They also fired flash bombs over the area. Palestinian fishermen were forced to flee and no casualties were reported.

 

Sunday, 12 June 2011

 

· At approximately 01:30, IOF moved into Bethlehem. They raided and searched a house belonging to the family of Tamer Mahmoud Hammoud, 23, and arrested him.

 

· At approximately 02:40, IOF moved into al-Khas village, east of Bethlehem. They raided and searched a house belonging to the family of Ahmed Naji Hmaidan, 21, and arrested him.

 

· Also at approximately 02:40, IOF moved into Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron. They raided and searched a house belonging to the family of Saddam 'Abdul 'Aziz 'Awadh, 22, and arrested him.

 

· At approximately 14:30, IOF moved into Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 17:15, IOF moved into Qarawat Bani Hassan village, west of Salafit.  They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 20:55, IOF moved into Jayous village, southeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 23:40, IOF moved into Kufor al-Dik village, west of Salfit.  They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

Monday, 13 June 2011

 

· At approximately 01:00, IOF moved into Salfit. They patrolled in the streets and raided and searched 3 houses. As they were patrolling in the streets, a number of Palestinian boys and young men threw stones at Israeli military vehicles. Immediately, Israeli soldiers fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a 28-year-old Palestinian (who requested PCHR not to mention his name) was wounded by a rubber-coated metal bullet and tear gas canister to the left hand.

 

· Also at approximately 01:00, IOF moved into Qabatya village, south of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 16:35, IOF moved into Ematin village, northeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 19:10, IOF moved in Jeet village, northeast of Qalqilya. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

 

· At approximately 01:15, IOF moved into Hares village, north of Salafit. They raided and searched a number of houses and arrested two Palestinian civilians:

 

1. Hakim Yassin Shamlawi, 26; and

2. Yazan Taleb Daoud, 22.

 

· At approximately 01:30, IOF moved into Housan village, west of Bethlehem. They raided and searched a number of houses and arrested two Palestinian children:

 

1. Mahmoud Mohammed Sabatin, 17; and

2. Ussama Shousha, 17.

 

· At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into Bedya village, west of Salfit. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 02:20, IOF moved into Qalqilya. They raided and searched a number of houses and arrested 4 Palestinian civilians:

 

1. Mohammed Taleb al-Aqra’, 32;

2. Khaled Taleb al-Aqra’, 30;

3. Mohammed Bassam Walweel, 29; and

4. Taqfiq Bassam Walweel, 31.

 

· At approximately 09:00, IOF moved into 'Allar village, north of Tulkarm. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 09:30, IOF moved into Jalboun village. East of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· Also at approximately 09:30, IOF moved into Deir Ghazala village, northeast of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported.

 

· At approximately 10:00, IOF moved into Kufor Ra’ei village, south of Jenin. They patrolled in the streets for some time and withdrew later. Neither house raids nor arrests were reported. 

 

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

 

· At approximately 02:00, IOF moved into Tulkarm. They raided and searched a number of houses and arrested 4 Palestinian civilians:

 

1. Mohammed Wasfi Jallad, 30;

2. 'Omar Talal Jeetawi, 21;

3. Raja’ei Ahmed 'Ammouri, 26; and

4. Jamal 'Allam Hattab, 27.

 

It should be noted that at approximately 15:00 on Tuesday, 14 June 2011, IOF summoned Ahmed Fu’ad Kharyoush, 29, to the Israeli district coordination office by a phone call. When he went there, he was arrested and taken together with 'Ammouri and Hattab to Salem military court, north of Jenin to testify in a case of a Palestinian prisoner. At approximately 11:00 on Wednesday, the three detainees were released.

 

· At approximately 06:00, IOF moved nearly 200 meters into the east of al-Boreij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. They leveled areas of land along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel amidst intensive shooting. They withdrew from the area at approximately 18:00 and no casualties were reported.

 

 

2. Use of Excessive Force against Peaceful Demonstrations Protesting Settlement Activities and the Construction of the Annexation Wall

 

During the reporting period, IOF used force against peaceful demonstrations organized by Palestinian civilians and international and Israeli human rights defenders in protest to the construction of the Wall and settlement activities in the West Bank. As a result, two Palestinian civilians were wounded, dozens of Palestinian civilians and human rights defenders also suffered from tear gas inhalation and others sustained bruises.  Additionally, IOF arrested 4 Israeli human rights defenders and two Palestinian civilians.    

   

· Following the Friday Prayer on 10 June 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians and international and Israeli human rights defenders organized a peaceful demonstration in Bil'ein village, west of Ramallah, in protest to the construction of the annexation wall.  They marched in the streets raising Palestinian flags and portraits of Jawaher and Bassem Abu Rahma, who were killed by IOF, and Marwan al-Barghouthi, Member of the Palestinian Legislative Council who had been detained by IOF. Mr. Waleed al-Mo’aqat, Palestinian Ambassador to Argentina; Dr. Munjed Saleh, Assistant of the Palestinian Foreign Minister for Latin America and Caribbean Affairs; Mr. Urassio Wamba, Argentinean Ambassador to Palestine; Ms. Sicilia Marshan, Speaker of the Argentinean Parliament; and an Argentinean parliamentary delegation participated in the demonstration. Israeli soldiers stationed in the area fired rubber-coated metal bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at the demonstrators. As a result, a number of demonstrators suffered from tear gas inhalation and others sustained bruises.   

 

· Also following the Friday Prayer on 10 June 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians and international and human rights defenders organized a peaceful demonstration in Ne'lin village, west of Ramallah, in protest against the construction of the annexation wall. They clashed with Israeli troops positioned near the Wall. Israeli troops fired rubber-coated metal bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at demonstrators. As a result, a number of demonstrators suffered from tear gas inhalation. 

 

· Also following the Friday Prayer on 10 March 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians and international and Israeli human rights defenders organized a peaceful demonstration in Nabi Saleh village, northwest of Ramallah, in protest against land confiscations in the Wad al-Raya area between the villages of Nabi Saleh and Deir Nizam. When the demonstrators attempted to reach areas of land seized by Israeli settlers near "Halmish" settlement, Israeli troops fired rubber-coated metal bullets, sound bombs and tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a number of demonstrators suffered from tear gas inhalation. Additionally, IOF arrested 3 Israeli human rights defenders. 

 

· Following the Noon Prayer on Wednesday, 15 June 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians and Israeli human rights defenders organized a peaceful demonstration in Deir Qiddis village, west of Ramallah, in protest to Israeli settlement activities and the construction of the annexation wall. They marched in the streets raising the Palestinian flag. They then moved towards Jabal al-Deir area in the west of the village near "Nili" settlement. When the demonstrators attempted to reach the area, Israeli soldiers deployed there fired bullets, tear gas canisters and sound bombs at them. As a result, two demonstrators were wounded:

 

1. Wa’el 'Abdul Qader Nasser, 24, wounded by a bullet to the right thigh; and

2. Islam Nazeeh Nasser, 25, wounded by two bullets to the right hand and side.

 

In addition, a number of demonstrators suffered from tear gas inhalation and other sustained bruises. Israeli soldiers also arrested an Israeli human rights defender, and Mohammed 'Abdul Qader 'Amira, 39.

 

3. Continued Closure of the OPT

 

Israel has continued to impose a tightened closure of the OPT and imposed severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, including occupied East Jerusalem.

 

Gaza Strip

 

Israel has continuously closed all border crossings to the Gaza Strip for over three years. The illegal Israeli-imposed closure of the Gaza Strip, which has steadily tightened since June 2007, has had a disastrous impact on the humanitarian and economic situation in the Gaza Strip. The illegal closure has caused not only a humanitarian crisis but a crisis of human rights and human dignity for the population of the Gaza Strip. Measures declared recently to ease the blockade are vague, purely cosmetic and fail to deal with the root causes of the crisis, which can only be addressed by an immediate and complete lifting of the closure, including lifting the travel ban into and out of the Gaza Strip and the ban on exports. PCHR is concerned that the new Israeli policy is simply shifting Gaza to another form of illegal blockade, one that may become internationally accepted and institutionalized. Palestinians in Gaza may no longer suffer from the same shortage of goods, but they will remain economically dependent and unable to care for themselves, and socially, culturally and academically isolated from the rest of the world.

 

Movement at Border Crossings during the Reporting Period:

 

Movement at Rafah International Crossing Point

08 – 14 June 2011

 

Day

Date

Traveling abroad

Coming into Gaza

Returned into Gaza

Wednesday

08 June 2011

449

409

84

Thursday

 09 June 2011

428

477

19

Friday

 10 June 2011

--

--

--

Saturday

 11 June 2011

340

445

19

Sunday

 12 June 2011

429

504

38

Monday

 13 June 2011

503

477

10

Tuesday

 14 June 2011

477

496

10

 

Movement at Karm Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) Crossing

08 – 14 June 2011

It was not possible to obtain details about the movement at the crossing this week. Such details will be included in the next report.

 

Beit Hanoun (Erez) Crossing: Israel has continued to close Beit Hanoun (Erez) crossing for the movement of Palestinian civilians. IOF have allowed only diplomats, a number of international journalists, employees of international agencies and a limited number of patients who suffer from serious diseases to pass through the crossing. They have continued to prevent Palestinian civilians from visiting their relatives who are detained in Israeli jails. The small number of patients permitted to pass through the crossing is only able to do so under severe restrictions that include prolonged checking. 

 

Movement at Beit Hanoun (Erez) Crossing

08 – 14 June 2011

 

Date

08 June

09 June

10 June

11 June

12 June

13 June

14 June

Patients

Nil

36

4

Nil

57

50

44

Companions

Nil

33

4

Nil

55

41

45

Arabs from Israel

Nil

28

6

Nil

11

Nil

6

Diplomats

Nil

21

4

Nil

Nil

4

10

International Journalists

Nil

1

4

Nil

Nil

Nil

10

International Workers

Nil

84

15

Nil

6

34

32

Travelers abroad

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

2

1

Business People

Nil

69

Nil

Nil

63

64

59

Economic Meetings

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

3

Security Interviews

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

1

Nil

VIP's

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

1

2

Nil

Ambulances to Israel

Nil

3

Nil

Nil

3

Nil

3

Ambulances from Israel

Nil

2

Nil

Nil

3

1

1

 

The West Bank

 

Israel has imposed a tightened closure on the West Bank. During the reporting period, IOF imposed additional restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians.

 

· Jerusalem: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians to and from the city. Thousands of Palestinian civilians from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip have been denied access to the city. IOF have established many checkpoints around and inside the city.  Restrictions of the movement of Palestinian civilians often escalate on Fridays, preventing Muslim Palestinians from praying at al-Aqsa Mosque.  

 

· Ramallah: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of the Palestinian civilians in Ramallah.  At approximately 10:00 on Thursday, 09 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint on the road linking between Beit 'Aur al-Tahta and Beit 'Aur al-Fouqa villages, west of Ramallah. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles. At approximately 17:00 on the same day, IOF established a checkpoint under Kharabtha al-Maisbah village, west of Ramallah. At approximately 19:00 on the same day, IOF established a checkpoint on the road linking between Silwad and al-Mazra’a al-Sharqiya villages, northeast of Ramallah. At approximately 10:30 on Saturday, 11 June 2011, IOF re-established their presence at 'Attara checkpoint, north of Ramallah. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles. At approximately 16:00 on the same day, IOF established a checkpoint at Beit 'Aur al-Fouqa intersections, west of Ramallah.  

 

· Qalqilya: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians.  On Friday, 10 June 011, IOF established 5 checkpoints around the town. On Monday, 13 June 2011, IOF established 4 checkpoints around the town.  

 

· Tulkarm: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians. At approximately 09:00 on Thursday, 09 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint at the entrance of Beit Leed intersection, east of Tulkarm. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles. At the same time, they established a checkpoint on the road linking Jenin with the northern villages of Tulkarm. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles.  At approximately 09:00 on Saturday, 11 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint on Tulkarm-Qalqilya road, near Far’oun village. At approximately 20:00, IOF established a checkpoint near Kufor Sour intersection on Tulkarm-Qalqilya road. Half an hour later, they established a checkpoint at the entrance of Qiffin village, north of Tulkarm. At approximately 09:30 on Tuesday, 14 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint at Far’oun intersection, south of Tulkarm. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles. At approximately 13:00, IOF imposed additional restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians through Ennab checkpoint, east of Tulkarm. At approximately 17:00 on the same day, IOF established a checkpoint at al-Jaroushiya intersection, north of Tulkarm. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles.  

 

· Salfit: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians. At approximately 12:10 on Monday, 14 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint between Brouqin and Qarawat Bani Zaid villages, west of Salfit. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles.  

 

· Jericho: IOF have continued to impose severe restrictions on the movement of Palestinian civilians. At approximately 19:30 on Thursday, 09 June 2011, IOF established a checkpoint at the entrance of Fassayel village, north of Jericho. They stopped and searched Palestinian civilian vehicles. 

 

Arrests at Military Checkpoints

 

· At approximately 21:00 on Friday, 10 June 2011, Israeli soldiers positioned at the northern entrances of the old town of Hebron arrested Hamada 'Emad Da’na, 22.

 

· At approximately 17:00 on Saturday, 11 June 2011, Israeli soldiers positioned at Um al-Raihan checkpoint, west of Jenin, arrested Kifah 'Emad Zaid, 20, from Kfiret village, claiming that she wanted to pass through the checkpoint using her sister’s permit. The Israeli police arrived and questioned her. She was released an hour and a half later.     

 

Harassment at Military Checkpoints

 

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers positioned at a checkpoint to the south of Hebron violently beat Mohammed Ahmed Makhamra, 26, when he debated with them as they held him together with other Palestinian for a long period. He sustained acute bruised throughout the body.

 

4. Measures Aimed at Creating a Jewish Demographic Majority in Jerusalem

 

Israel has escalated arbitrary measures against Palestinian civilians in East Jerusalem in order to force them to leave the city.  PCHR has devoted this section in the Weekly Report to highlighting violations of human rights perpetrated by IOF against Palestinian civilians in East Jerusalem.

 

· On Thursday, 09 June 2011, a group of Jewish extremists, mostly settlers from "Kiryat Arba" settlement in Hebron, escorted by IOF, broke into the yards of the al-Aqsa Mosque.

 

· On Friday, 10 June 2011, an Israeli police force stormed the yards of the al-Aqsa Mosque after the Friday Prayer. A number of young men threw stones at the force. Immediately, Israeli police officers fired rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters at them. No casualties.

 

· On Saturday, 11 June 2011, a number of Jewish extremists conducted religious rituals in a Palestinian marker. The Israeli police forced Palestinian civilians to close their shops in the market. 

 

· On Sunday, 12 June 2011, the Israeli authorities started excavation works in al-Sultan Pool in the old town, which is a registered Islamic site. On the same day, officials of the Israeli Municipality of Jerusalem and the Israeli police chased peddlers in Bab al-Amoud area. They confiscated goods and attacked a number of peddlers.

 

5. Settlement Activities and Attacks by Settlers against Palestinian Civilians and Property

 

Israel has continued its settlement activities in the OPT in violation of international humanitarian law, and Israeli settlers have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property.

 

· Following the Friday Prayer on 10 June 2011, dozens of Palestinian civilians from Kufor Malek village, northeast of Ramallah, travelled in cars to al-Marj area, nearly 10 kilometers to the east of the village, where 3 Israeli settlers set up a tent. When the Palestinian civilians arrived at the area, one of the settlers opened fire at them. As a result, Yousef Hammad al-Qaq, 66, was wounded by a bullet to the head. Later, IOF arrived at the area and attempted to control the settlers.

 

· At approximately 09:10 on Sunday, 12 June 2011, IOF moved into Brouqin village, west of Salfit. They handed a notice to Mo’ayad Mohammed Baker, ordering the demolition of an agricultural barrack belonging to him. They also handed another notice to villagers ordering the demolition of a school, and a third one ordering stopping construction of Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque allegedly for the lack of licenses.

 

· At approximately 12:10 on the same day, IOF moved into Hares village, north of Salfit. They handed notices ordering the demolition of two barracks used for car washing belonging to 'Abdullah and Jihad Mohammed Daoud, claiming that they were built without licenses.

 

· On Monday, 13 June 2011, Israeli settlers from "Ashkilot" settlement to the west of Arab al-Ramadin village, southwest of Hebron, razed and leveled at least 20 dumuns of Palestinian agricultural land isolated by the annexation wall. Israeli settlers seized this area of land a few months ago. The land belongs to Nassar Mohammed Zamel.

 

· At approximately 06:30 on Tuesday, 14 June 2011, IOF, accompanied by two bulldozers, moved into Dassayel village, north of Jericho. They demolished 3 barnyards and 10 tents, claiming that they were established without licenses near bypass road #90, which is used by Israeli settlers. A number of Palestinian civilians attempted to stop the demolition, but Israeli soldiers violently beat them. As a result, 'Ali 'Ebayat sustained bruises. Three of the demolished tents were inhabited. They belong to 'omar Khalil Ta’amra, Kayed 'Atallah Rashaida and Yassin Mohammed Rashaida.

 

· At approximately 10:00 on the same day, IOF, accompanied by two bulldozers, moved into al-Harayiq area, southwest of Hebron. They demolished two water wells belonging to the al-Jamal family. According to Samer 'Abdul Hamid al-Jamal, IOF handed notices ordering the demolition of 5 water wells, claiming that they were established without licenses, and then demolished two wells. Israeli soldiers used force to drive Palestinian civilians away from the area, including firing tear gas canisters at them. As a result, a number of civilians suffered from tear gas inhalation. 

 

· At approximately 11:30 on the same day, IOF moved into al-Ma’sara village, west of Bethlehem. They handed a notice to Ahmed Zawahra ordering the demolition of a mosque in the east of the village, claiming that it was built without a license. The notice gives Palestinian civilians 13 days to appeal against the order.

 

· On the same day evening, at least 50 Israeli settlers living in settlement outposts in the center of Hebron attacked 5 Palestinian houses in Tal Rumaida neighborhood near the closed al-Shuhada Street. This attack came two days following the Israeli High Court’s rejection of a petition filed by Palestinians to open closed roads in Hebron.

 

· At approximately 13:30 on Wednesday, 15 June 2011, a number of Israeli settlers from "Mitatyahu" settlement, west of Ramallah, set fire to dozens of olive trees in Bel’ein village. IOF restricted the access of Palestinian fire fighters to the area to extinguish fire. In the end, the firefighters were able to extinguish fire. At approximately 17:30, a number of Palestinian boys gathered and threw stones at Israeli soldiers near the annexation wall. Immediately, Israeli soldiers fired bullets, tear gas canisters and sound bombs at them. No casualties were reported. 

 

…………………………………………………………

 

Recommendations to the International Community

 

1. PCHR calls upon the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention to fulfill their legal and moral obligations under Article 1 of the Convention to ensure Israel's respect for the Convention in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. PCHR believes that the conspiracy of silence practiced by the international community has encouraged Israel to act as if it is above the law and encourages Israel continue to violate international human rights and humanitarian law.

 

2. PCHR calls upon the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention to convene a conference to take effective steps to ensure Israel's respect of the Convention in the OPT and to provide immediate protection for Palestinian civilians.

 

3. PCHR calls upon the High Contracting Parties to the Fourth Geneva Convention to comply with their legal obligations detailed in Article 146 of the Convention to search for and prosecute those responsible for grave breaches, namely war crimes.

 

4. PCHR calls for the immediate implementation of the Advisory Opinion issued by the International Court of Justice, which considers the construction of the Annexation Wall inside the West Bank illegal.

 

5. PCHR recommends that international civil society organizations, including human rights organizations, bar associations and NGOs, participate in the process of exposing those accused of grave breaches of international law and urge their governments to bring the perpetrators to justice.

 

6. PCHR calls upon the European Union to activate Article 2 of the Euro-Israel Association Agreement, which provides that Israel must respect human rights as a precondition for economic cooperation between the EU states and Israel. PCHR further calls upon the EU states to prohibit import of goods produced in illegal Israeli settlements in the OPT.

 

7. PCHR calls on the international community to recognize the Gaza disengagement plan, which was implemented in September 2005, for what it is - not an end to occupation but a compounding of the occupation and the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. 

 

8. In recognition of ICRC as the guardian of the Fourth Geneva Convention, PCHR calls upon the ICRC to increase its staff and activities in the OPT, including the facilitation of family visitations to Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

 

9. PCHR appreciates the efforts of international civil society, including human rights organizations, bar associations, unions and NGOs, and urges them to continue their role in pressuring their governments to secure Israel's respect for human rights in the OPT and to demand Israel end its attacks on Palestinian civilians.

 

10. PCHR calls upon the international community to pressure Israel to lift the severe restrictions imposed by the Israeli government and its occupation forces on access for international organizations to the OPT.

 

11. PCHR reiterates that any political settlement not based on international human rights law and humanitarian law cannot lead to a peaceful and just solution of the Palestinian question. Rather, such an arrangement can only lead to further suffering and instability in the region. Any peace process or agreement must be based on respect for international law, including international human rights and humanitarian law.

 

 

  

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Public Document

For further information please visit our website (www.pchrgaza.org) or contact PCHR’s office in Gaza City, Gaza Strip by email ( pchr@pchrgaza.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or telephone (+972 (0)8 282 4776 – 282 5893).

 


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