Daily report June 6, 2019

Total: 24
WEST BANK

JERUSALEM

Detention

On June 5th 2019, Israeli forces detained Orat Soliman Khadirat {a resident of Al-Thahriya town in Hebron district} in Jerusalem city.

Temporary Detention

On the evening of June 5th 2019, Israeli authorities in Jerusalem city issued an order banning Yasser Darwish, residents of the village of Issawiya, not to contact the governor of Jerusalem district Adnan Ghaith and Shadi Mutour for 30 days and not to participate in any activity hosted by the Palestinian National Authority In addition to signing a financial guarantee of NIS 15,000, as a condition for his release after being detained earlier in the day.

Deportation

On June 5th 2019, Israeli authorities in Jerusalem city issued an order banning Basel Abed {a resident of Jerusalem city} from entering Al-Aqsa mosque for a period of 2 weeks as a condition for his release after being detained earlier in the day.

RAMALLAH & AL BIREH

Military Checkpoints

On May 27th 2019, Al-Mahkama" military checkpoint located near "Beit El" settlement in North Al-Bireh city is open to residents exiting from the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh from 10:00 until 23:00 daily, and is open for the entry of residents into the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh from 07:00 Until 23:00 daily.

TUBAS

Military Checkpoints

At 23:00, Israeli forces closed Tayassir Military checkpoint and impeded the free flow of traffic until reopening it at a later time.

Flying Checkpoints

At 18:30, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Bardala village then searched residents and vehicles until 21:00.

NABLUS

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 16:20, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint in Al-Muraba'a area {located near the entrance of Tel village} then searched residents and vehicles.
2. At 19:30, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Beita town then searched residents and vehicles.

Raid

At 11:05, Israeli forces raided Sabastiya village as they escorted a group of Israeli settlers who stormed archaeological sites in the village.

Detention

On June 4th 2019, Israeli forces detained Yazan Azmi Khalil Bani Jaber {a resident of Aqraba town}.

Settlers Attacks

At 11:15, a group of settlers from 'A'ad' Aad and 'Ihya' settlement outposts stormed agricultural land in Jalud village and set fire to and destroyed approximately 400 olive trees before Palestinian Civil defense forces extinguished the fire.

SALFIT

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 09:10, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Kafil Harris town then searched residents and vehicles until 09:35.
2. At 19:45, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the west entrance of Deir Istiya town then searched residents and vehicles.

Settlers Attacks

At 11:05,a group of Israeli settlers stormed Yassuf village, stoned the home and vehicle owned by Ibrahim Abiyat and as a result damaged the vehicle.

JERICHO

Flying Checkpoints

At 15:55, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Jericho city then searched residents and vehicles.

BETHLEHEM

Flying Checkpoints

At 18:00, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint near Al-Nashash area junction {located at the south entrance of Bethlehem city} then searched residents and vehicles until 22:15.

HEBRON

Flying Checkpoints

At 14:20, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Fuwar camp then searched residents and vehicles until 16:30.

Assaults on Property

On the evening of June 5th 2019, Israeli forces stormed Beirin area located in south Bani Na'im town and served a Military order to halt the installation of and confiscate Electrical poles and High voltage power lines, designed to provide the residents of the area with electricity.

GAZA STRIP

ALL DISTRICTS

• At 19:00 on August 26th 2019,The permanent and comprehensive cease-fire entered into force on the initiative and sponsorship of the Arab Republic of Egypt, after reaching understandings to open the crossings, introduce humanitarian and relief assistance and reconstruction supplies, expand the fishing area for 6 miles, Up to 12 miles by the end of the current year, reducing the area of ​​the buffer zone from 300 m to 100 m, freedom of movement and preventing assassinations. The other issues, including the airport and the port, will be negotiated within one month of the cease-fire. The Israeli occupation forces increased the area of ​​fishing, as opposed to the Wawa area In the north-west of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip and up to the port of Gaza to 6 nautical miles, and opposite the port of Gaza and even opposite the city of Rafah to 12 nautical miles and on May 21st 2019,The Israeli occupation forces allowed the expansion of the permitted fishing area from the port of Gaza to the southern shore of Rafah to 15 nautical miles and on the morning of May 29th 2019 Israeli Military forces decreased the fishing limit from 15 nautical miles to 10 nautical miles and on the morning of June 4th 2019, Israeli Military forces increased the fishing limit from 10 nautical miles to 15 nautical miles and on June 5th 2019, Israeli Military forces decreased the fishing limit from 15 nautical miles to 10 nautical miles.

NORTHERN GAZA

Closure of Crossing Points

* Beit Hanun (Erez) crossing is partially open for the passage of critical patients, journalists, NGO staff, businesspersons and passengers travelling abroad through Al-Karama crossing with previous coordination.

Detention

At 21:00 on June 5th 2019, Israeli forces positioned near the border fence in North Beit Lahiya detained unidentified residents as he was attempting to climb the border fence into Israel.

GAZA

Closure of Crossing Points

* Al-Muntar (Karni) Crossing is closed. Beginning on 02 March 2011, the Crossing has been effectively closed following a unilateral Israeli decision.
* Al-Shija’iya (Nahal ‘Oz) Crossing is closed. Beginning on 04 January 2010, the Crossing has closed following a unilateral Israeli decision.

RAFAH

Closure of Crossing Points

* Yasser ‘Arafat International Airport remains closed.
*Rafah (Al ‘Awdah) Crossing is closed.
* Sufa Crossing is closed.
* Karm Abu Salem (Karem Shalom) Crossing is closed.

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