The Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Gaza released its weekly report on the Israeli violations in the Palestinian territories. The report revealed that Israeli soldiers killed 28 Palestinians, including seven members of the same family.  67 Palestinian civilians, including at least 20 children, were injured.

Killing: During the reported period, Israeli soldiers killed 28 Palestinians, including 27 in the Gaza Strip.  This number includes 21 unarmed civilians, including 7 children

Troops conducted 7 extra-judicial assassinations, which killed 19 Palestinians, including 18 in the Gaza Strip.

76 Palestinian civilians, including at least 20 children, were wounded by Israeli military gunfire in the Gaza Strip.  In the West Bank, 9 Palestinian civilians, including 4 children, were wounded.

Invasions: During the reported period, soldiers conducted at least 40 military invasions into Palestinian cities, villages and refugee camps in the West Bank, particularly Nablus.  

Soldiers raided houses and arrested 49 Palestinian civilians, including 12 children, and transformed two houses into military posts.

Restrictions on Movement: Soldiers have continued to impose a comprehensive siege on the occupied West Bank and  the Gaza Strip..

Strict siege resumed in the West Bank barring the residents from leaving their own areas.  

Dozens of checkpoints were installed around the Palestinian cities and villages, which restricted the freedom of movement of the residents.

Annexation Wall: The construction of the Annexation Wall in the West Bank continued while the residents remained isolated from their orchards which became isolated behind the Wall. Dozens of olive trees were uprooted in the course of the construction.

Illegal Settler Activities: Israeli settlers in breach of international humanitarian continued their attacks against the Palestinians, including children on their way to school. 6 Palestinian civilians were wounded and 4 houses were damaged by attacks launched by Israeli settlers.

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