Daily Report November 30, 2017

Total: 35
WEST BANK

JERUSALEM

Raid

1. On the morning of November 29th 2017, Israeli forces raided Abu Dis town and clashed with several residents.
2. At 03:20, Israeli forces raided Qalandiya camp and clashed with several residents as they stormed and searched several homes.

Detention

At dawn on November 29th 2017, Israeli forces detained Tariq Sa'adeh Al-Abbassi in Silwan neighborhood in Jerusalem city.

Deportation

On November 29th 2017, Israeli forces issued a military order for the expulsion of Hamza Nimr {A Security guard in Al-Aqsa mosque compound} from Al-Aqsa mosque compound for a period of 20 days as a term for his release from Israeli forces.

Attack

1. On the morning of November 29th 2017, Israeli forces fired rubber coated steel bullets, stun and tear gas grenades towards several residents for alleged stoning during their raid into Abu Dis town.
2. At 03:20, Israeli forces fired stun and tear gas grenades towards several residents for alleged stoning during their raid into Qalandiya camp.

Obstruction of Places of Worship

At 09:00, a group of Israeli settlers under the protection of Israeli Military and Police officers stormed Al-Aqsa mosque compound and provoked worshipers.

RAMALLAH & AL BIREH

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 08:10, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Nabi Saleh village then searched residents and vehicles until 10:30.
2. At 08:25, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint near Atarah town bridge then searched residents and vehicles until 13:55.
3. At 10:35, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Silwad town then searched residents and vehicles until 12:10.

Raid

1. At 08:40, Israeli forces raided Deir Abu Mash'al village until 10:00.
2. At 22:25, Israeli forces raided Ramallah city, clashed with several residents as they stormed and searched several homes , detained a University student then withdrew at 23:20.

Detention

1. At 10:50, Israeli forces detained 2 residents: Mohammad Rawhi Abdel-Halim Awad {A resident of Silwad town} and Anwar Ahmad Al-Qadi {A resident of Al-Mazra'a Al-Sharqiya}
2. Israeli forces detained Mus'ab Shamasna {A University Student} in Ramallah city.

TUBAS

Detention

On November 29th 2017, Israeli forces detained Adli Shafa' Daraghma {A resident of Tubas city} as he was reporting to Israeli Intelligence for questioning.

Assaults on Property

On the morning of November 29th 2017, Israeli forces stormed Al-Sakkut area located in the North Jordan valley and kicked out several farmers from the area thus preventing them from farming their land.

QALQILIYA

Detention

At 01:00 on November 29th 2017, Israeli forces detained Mohammad Salah Khadouri during their raid into Qalqiliya city.

NABLUS

Military Checkpoints

At 18:45, Israeli forces intensified their restrictions at Beit Furiq Military checkpoint and impeded the free flow of traffic until 20:00.

Settlers Attacks

At 20:00, a group of Israeli settlers stormed the main road in Huwara town and stoned several vehicles.

JERICHO

Flying Checkpoints

At 09:45, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the south entrance of Jericho city then searched residents and vehicles.

BETHLEHEM

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 15:05, 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 16:00.
2. At 15:05, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the west entrance of Nihalin village then searched residents and vehicles until 15:30.
3. At 22:45, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint near Dar Salah village bridge {located at the east entrance in Beit Sahur city} then searched residents and vehicles until 00:15.

Raid

1. At 05:35, Israeli forces raided Bethlehem city, detained 2 residents then withdrew at 07:15.
2. At dawn on November 30th 2017, Israeli forces raided Al-Asakra village and detained a resident after storming and searching a home.

Detention

1. Israeli forces detained Ahmad Ayed Al-Hirmani and Salah Awad Jaushiya in Bethlehem city.
2. Israeli forces detained Ahmad Nassar Asakra in Al-Asakra village.

HEBRON

Flying Checkpoints

At 18:40,Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Dura town then searched residents and vehicles.

GAZA STRIP

ALL DISTRICTS

• Since 19:00 on August 26th 2014, Palestinian Gunmen and the Israeli military agreed to a cease fire agreement (brokered by the Arab Republic of Egypt) which includes the opening of border crossings to allow the entry of emergency supplies and humanitarian goods as well as construction material and agreed to increase the fishing limit to 6 nautical miles with possibility of increase to 12 nautical miles by the end of the year and to decrease the Military area to 100 meters, allow freedom of movement and a halt to targeted killings and assassinations and negotiations will be held for discussion on rebuilding the seaport and airports and on May 4th 2017, Israeli authorities increased the fishing limit to 9 nautical miles from Wadi Gaza until the south border of the Gaza stripe and on June 26th 2017 Israeli forces decreased the fishing limit back to 6 nautical miles and on October 17th 2017, Israeli forces increased the fishing limit back to 9 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.

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 partially open for the entry of goods, fuel, construction material for the private sector and internationally funded projects.

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