Listen to the audio from the MP3 Player on the right column. || Click here to Download MP3 file 6.1 MB THE DAILY NEWS A SERVICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE EAST MEDIA CENTER http://WWW.IMEMC.ORG FOR TUESDAY MAY 09, 2006
Soldiers impose curfew over a village near
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Army levels a Palestinian house in Jerusalem
Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers leveled a Palestinian house that belongs to two brothers of Al Ja’bary family, in Beit Hanina neighborhood in
Army claims that the house was constructed without obtaining a legal construction permit.
Several institutions in
Soldiers impose curfew over a village near Nablus
Tuesday, Israeli soldiers imposed curfew over the
Soldiers installed a sudden checkpoint at the main entrance of the village and detained dozens of residents for several hours. The residents were forced to sit on the ground while soldiers examined their identity cards.
Also, soldiers stopped a kindergarten bus transporting twenty children and barred it from crossing through the checkpoint.
Youth arrested in Tulkarem
Monday at night, Israeli soldiers arrested a Palestinian youth while he was attempting to cross through the Tunnel Checkpoint, south of Tulkarem, and took him to an unknown destination.
A Palestinian security source reported that soldiers stationed at the checkpoint arrested Mohammad Adnan Fares, 16, after claiming that he carried a knife.
On Tuesday at dawn, troops invaded Tulkarem and its refugee camp, fired rounds of live ammunition in the air and withdrew, no arrests or injuries were reported.
Three residents arrested near Hebron
Israeli soldiers, supported by several armored vehicles and jeeps, invaded earlier on Tuesday at dawn the town of
One of the arrestees is a retired officer at the Palestinian security forces. He was identified as Hani Milhim, 61. Soldiers also arrested Nasser Hasan Obeyyat, 38, a relative of Hani, and Mohammad Hneihin
The three arrestees were present at the house of Hneihin; soldiers broke into the house and searched it, damage was reported
Tulkarem resident arrested in Ramallah
Tuesday morning, Israeli troops invaded Allar village, north of the West Bank city of
A local source in the village reported that soldiers installed a flying checkpoint near Ramallah, stopped several vehicles and arrested Mohammad Jeebat, 26, while he was heading back to his village.
Tuesday at dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded the West Bank city of
The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported that soldiers supported by more than twenty armored vehicles invaded several neighborhoods in Nablus and Askar refugee camp and arrested five residents identified as Imad Al Aghbar, 21, Ahmad Abu Sa’da, Abdul-Raziq Al Ratroot, 21, Ahid Al Deery, 30, and Ahmad Al Sarras, 18
The arrestees were taken to an unknown destination.
Under cover units of the Israeli army abduct a resident from
Under-cover units of the Israeli army abducted, on Tuesday, one resident from
Local sources reported that, the units disguised as Palestinian civilians stepped out a private Palestinian vehicle, and abducted Mohammad Yasin Manasra, 21, while he was standing near a local supermarket in the city
The under cover unit forced Manasra into the vehicle then fled the scene, local source added.
On Monday at night the Israeli army arrested Taghreed Khaleel Hannouni, 22, a student of
Ehab, the brother of Nima, said that soldiers surrounded the house before breaking in, and imprisoned the family in one room then searched the house.
He added that an Israeli security officer took Taghreed to a separate room where he interrogated her before ordering the soldiers to arrest her.
Taghreed was taken to Dir Qiddees military camp, near the village.
Army arrests a Qalqilia resident
The Israeli army invaded the West Bank city of
As five Palestinian hunger strikers in the city of
An open-ended hunger strike begun last week by prominent Palestinian peace activists and scholars has drawn little international attention, but hunger strikers say they are ‘in it for the long haul’. Ghassan Andoni has been called the ‘Palestinian Gandhi’:
Meanwhile, nine Palestinians have been killed in the last weeks by Israeli air strikes and gunfire, and 2-300 artillery rounds a day are being fired by Israeli forces at Palestinian neighborhoods in the Gaza Strip.
Despite this, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has called for an international peace conference, and the once-militant Hamas party has indicated willingness to consider the 2002 Arab peace initiative.
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