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Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (22 -29 Nov. 2012)

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Situation Report
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  • The Israeli Forces killed a Palestinian civilian in the southern Gaza Strip.

  • 5 Palestinians were wounded, including 2 civilians; one of whom is a woman, who died of wounds they had sustained in the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip.

  • 2 corpses of al-Dalu family members, including a child, were found in the rubbles of their house, which increased the number of the family members who were killed to 10.

  • 42 civilians, including 7 children, were wounded along the border fence in the Gaza Strip.

  • The Israeli Forces conducted 81 incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank.

  • Israeli Forces arrested 99 Palestinians, including 9 children, in the West Bank, in addition to 3 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

  • Of those who were arrested by the Israeli Forces, there are 6 members of the Palestinians Legislative Council (PLC) and a number of political leaders of the Islamic Jihad.

  • The Israeli Forces continued to target fishermen in the Gaza Strip · Israeli Forces opened fire at Palestinian fishing boats in the northern Gaza Strip.

  • The Israeli Forces continued to use excessive force against peaceful protests in the West Bank.

  • 2 Palestinian civilians were wounded in Bil'ein weekly protest, west of Ramallah.

  • Israel has continued to impose a total closure on the oPt and has isolated the Gaza Strip from the outside world.

  • The Israeli Forces established dozens of checkpoints in the West Bank.

  • At least 6 Palestinians were arrested, including 2 children, at military checkpoints in the West Bank.

  • The Israeli Forces have continued settlement activities in the West Bank, and Israeli settlers have continued to attack Palestinian civilians and property.

  • 1,000 olive seedlings were cut off in Hebron.

  • More than 300 olive trees were cut off in the east of Yatta, south of Hebron.