Daily Report September 10, 2019

Total: 69
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JERUSALEM

Raid

1. At dawn on September 9th 2019, Israeli forces raided Abu Dis town and detained a resident.
2. At 18:30 and again at dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Al-Eisawiya village, clashed with several residents then detained 5 residents.

Detention

1. Israeli forces detained Azzam Hassan Khalil Rabi' in Abu Dis town.
2. Israeli forces detained 5 residents:Mohammed Haitham Mustafa, Mahmoud Omran Mustafa, Abdul Musa Mustafa, Ahmed Amer Khaled Mahmoud, and Mohamed Zakaria Mustafa in Al-Eisawiya village.

Attack

At 18:30, Israeli forces fired stun and tear gas canisters towards several residents for alleged stoning during their raid into Al-Eisawiya village.

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 22:20, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Abboud town then searched residents and vehicles.
2. At 22:30, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Nabi Saleh village then searched residents and vehicles.
3. At 23:30, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Beit Ur village then searched residents and vehicles.

Raid

1. At 01:30, Israeli forces raided Beit Liqya town and detained 2 residents.
2. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Um Safa village and clashed with several residents.

Detention

Israeli forces detained 2 residents: Ali Noah Karmi and Yunis Sa'id Dar Musa in Beit Liqya town.

Attack

1. At 11:50, Israeli forces positioned near the south entrance of "Bet El" settlement located in North Al-Bireh city fired live ammunition, rubber coated steel bullets, stun and tear gas canisters towards several residents protesting against the killing of a Palestinian detainee and as a result injured 2 residents{including 1 critically injured and a journalist}.
2. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces fired stun and tear gas canisters towards several residents for alleged stoning during their raid into Um Safa village.

Injuries

Israeli forces injured 2 residents {including 1 critically injured and a journalist}: Bilal Ali Sadiq Amin - (seriously injured), journalist - Abdul Rahman Mohammed Younis during clashes near the south entrance of "Bet El" settlement located in North Al-Bireh city

JENIN

Raid

1. At 05:20, Israeli forces raided Jenin camp and detained a resident.
2. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Jaba' town and detained 2 residents.
3. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Ya'bad town and detained a child.
4. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Al-Silat Al-Harthiyat town then detained a resident after storming his home.

Detention

1. Israeli forces detained Jaber Noah in Jenin camp.
2. Israeli forces detained 2 residents: Murad Fashafshat and Baha Fayez Saltanat in Jaba' town.
3. Israeli forces detained Zied Ahmad Ba'jawi {15 years old} in Ya'bad town.
4. Israeli forces detained Mustafa Marwan Zayoud in Al-Silat Al-Harthiyat town.

TUBAS

Raid

At 03:35, Israeli forces raided Tubas city, detained a resident then withdrew at 04:10.

Detention

Israeli forces detained Loai Rashid Abdel-Raziq in Tubas city.

QALQILIYA

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 20:10, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint near the entrance of Al-Nabi Eliyas village then searched residents and vehicles.
2. At 20;40, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the North entrance of Azzun town then searched residents and vehicles.

Raid

1. At 15:00, Israeli forces raided Azzun town.
2. At 04:20, Israeli forces raided Qalqiliya city, detained 2 residents then withdrew at 06:10.

Detention

Israeli forces detained 2 residents: Nour Adnan Abed and Abdel-Latif Ayman Abu Shiekh in Qalqiliya city.

NABLUS

Military Checkpoints

At 09:50, Israeli forces intensified their restrictions at Beit Furiq military checkpoint and impeded the free flow of traffic.

Flying Checkpoints

At 20:20, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint in the area between Nablus city and Assira Al-Shamaliya town then searched residents and vehicles until 21:00.

Raid

At 01:50, Israeli forces raided Nablus city, clashed with several residents as they stormed and searched several homes, detained a resident then withdrew at 03:15.

Detention

Israeli forces detained Omar Al-Sha'shir in Nablus city.

Attack

At 01:50, Israeli forces fired stun and tear gas canisters towards several residents as they stormed and searched several homes during their raid into Nablus city.

JERICHO

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 08:35 and again at 21:30, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the south entrance of Jericho city then searched residents and vehicles.
2. At 21:45, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the north entrance of Jericho city then searched residents and vehicles.

BETHLEHEM

Flying Checkpoints

1. At 10:10, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint in the area between Nihalin town and Al-Jub'at village then searched residents and vehicles until 12:00.
2. At 20:05, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint near Al-Nashash area junction {located at the south entrance of Bethlehem city} then searched residents and vehicles.
3. At 22:05,Israeli forces set up a checkpoint in Aqbat Hasna area {located along the main road leading to the west villages of Bethlehem district} then searched residents and vehicles.

Raid

At dawn on September 9th 2019, Israeli forces raided Al-Ubidiya town and detained a resident.

Detention

Israeli forces detained Saqer Jawad Aqil Raba'ya in Al-Ubidiya town.

HEBRON

Flying Checkpoints

At 20:15, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint at the entrance of Al-Arrub camp then searched residents and vehicles.

Raid

1. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Hebron city then stormed and searched 9 homes and detained a resident.
2. At dawn on September 10th 2019, Israeli forces raided Yatta town then stormed and searched a home.

Detention

Israeli forces detained Wael Ahmad Abu Hussien in Hebron city.

Attack

At 13:10, Israeli forces positioned near Military checkpoint (160) located in the old city of Hebron fired stun and tear gas canisters towards several residents for alleged stoning.

Destruction of Property

On September 9th 2019, Israeli forces demolished a agricultural storage den owned by Mohammad Khalil Ja'afrat located in Khilat Salama area in Tarqumiya town which is near "Adora" settlement.

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.
On the morning of 28 June 2019, the Israeli occupation forces allowed the expansion of the sea fishing area in the north of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip and up to 6 nautical miles from the port of Gaza and from the port of Gaza to the south of Rafah until 15 nautical miles .

•Israeli forces broke the cease fire agreement by raiding North Gaza and Central Gaza districts.
•Israeli forces broke the cease fire agreement by opening fire from their positions behind the Green Line towards Gaza , Central Gaza and Rafah districts.
• Israeli Naval vessels broke the ceasefire agreement by opening fire towards Palestinian fishing boats off the shores of North Gaza district
• Palestinian Gunmen broke the ceasefire agreement by opening fire towards Israeli forces near the border fence in Khan Yunis district.

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.

Raid

At 08:30 on September 9th 2019,Israeli forces escorting Military bulldozers stormed 100m into the vicinity of east Jabaliya town and opened fire as they leveled a plot of land then withdrew at 11:30.

Attack

At 23:15 on September 9th 2019,Israeli Naval vessels opened fire towards Palestinian fishing boats off the shores of Al-Sudaniya area located in west Beit Lahiya town.

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.

Attack

At 08:40 on September 9th 2019,Israeli forces positioned behind the Green Line opened fire towards agricultural land in east Jahir Al-Dik town located in south east Gaza city.

CENTRAL GAZA

Raid

At 08:30 on September 9th 2019,Israeli forces escorting military bulldozers stormed 70 m into the vicinity of east Al-Buriej camp and opened fire as they leveled a plot of land then withdrew at 12:30.

Attack

At 16:20 on September 9th 2019,Israeli forces positioned behind the Green Line opened fire towards agricultural land located in east Deir Al-Balah city.

KHAN YUNIS

Palestinian Attacks

At 19:15 on September 9th 2019,Palestinian gunmen opened fire towards Israeli Military vehicles near the border fence in east Khan Yunis city.

RAFAH

Closure of Crossing Points

* Yasser ‘Arafat International Airport remains closed.
*Rafah (Al ‘Awdah) Crossing is open for the entry and exit of travelers.
* Sufa Crossing is closed.
* Karm Abu Salem (Karem Shalom) Crossing is partially open for the entrance of Humanitarian aid, limited supplies of Diesel fuel and construction material for Internationally funded projects.

Attack

At 02:00 on September 10th 2019,Israeli forces positioned behind the Green Line opened fire towards Palestinian gunmen sites in east Rafah city.

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