Following the house demolitions occurred in the village of al-Hadadiya, situated in the Jordan Valley, on the 26th November, two letters have been issued. 

The letters are directed, respectively, to Federica Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, and to your local authorities in support of Palestine and Palestinian human rights. 

You can find the letters attached below, help spread the news and if possible contact your local authorities to support the palestinian people against Israels' displacement policies.

Letter of alert to the EU.

Letter of alert to local authorities.

The absence of authentic Palestinian national leadership is particularly acute at this time of crisis. The current youth uprising against Israel’s prolonged military occupation and denial of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territory (OPT) and within Israel is generally acknowledged to be largely leaderless. What role is there for political parties to contribute to the youth uprising given that they remain entrenched in the Palestinian body politic despite their splits and weaknesses? Palestinian political activists and analysts try to anser this and other questions in a project coordinated by, the Palestinian policy network.

Thursday, at 7:30 in the morning Israeli military entered the Jordan Valley community al Hadidiya for yet another wave of demolitions. The punitive operation targeted the family of the head of the community, Abu Saqer, and was a clear retaliation for the fact that the people of al Hadidiya had started to prepare the dirt road that links the village to the world for the rainy winter months placing gravel onto it. Abu Saqer’s pregnant daughter has been attacked by the soldiers and is currently in hospital risking to loose her baby.

BDS Norway staged an Intifada against the weapon producer Nammo

Friday 6 November. 


BDS Norway staged an Intifada against the weapon producer Nammo

Friday 6 November. 


BDS Norway staged an Intifada against the weapon producer Nammo

Friday 6 November. 


BDS Norway staged an Intifada against the weapon producer Nammo

Friday 6 November. 


Stop the Wall has prepared an interactive map of the locations of struggle of the current protests and mobilisation. The map will continue to be updated and expanded and shows examples of mobilisation and repression, photos, videos and local accounts.

To read a short analyis, click below. 


News Bulletin of the events of the 25th October 2015

1- The young girl Dania Jihad Arshid (17) was executed by the Israeli Forces at the military checkpoint near Ibrahimi Mosque. One of the eyewitnesses who was standing in line, just 4 meters far from the checkpoint said that the soldiers had searched the girl’s bag and her personal belongings and put her through the metal detector but they did not find anything dangerous material with her. The soldiers asked the girl: ‘where is the knife?’ She replied: ‘I’m not carrying a knife’, then one of the soldiers shot a bullet between her legs terrifying her, so she took a step back and put her hands in the air and kept saying: ‘I’m not carrying a knife!’ but the soldiers shot her dead with 8 to 10 bullets in the chest and the neck.

1) 19-year-old Yahya Hashem Grerh died from his injuries after he got shot a week ago during clashed with Israeli military, in the eastern part of the Gaza Strip

2) 467 people have been injured, 438 of which in the West Bank, 29 in Gaza Strip. 34 of them have been injured with live ammunition, 95 with rubber-coated metal bullets, 322 suffered from asphyxiation by tear gas and 16 suffered other injuries.

3) Continuing clashes with the Israeli Forces starting from afternoon till midnight in more than 50 locations, among them:

While we remember Hashem as a pillar of Palestinian steadfastness in the Old City of Hebron and an inspiration to Palestinian activists and international solidarity from across the world, we know his spirit and determination will continue to animate the struggle of our people. We, the people that had the honour to know him and the people that share his struggle, will keep his legacy alive and continue on the path towards liberation.

May Hashem rest in peace.
May Hashem rest assured that we continue in the struggle. 

The BNC have published two new documents, take a moment to read and share them within your network!

A new resource to help media, activists and supporters of the Palestinian struggle get to grips with the ongoing developments in Palestine.
2. Call out: Turning the tide against Israel’s criminal repression
Solidarity with the Palestinian popular resistance! Cut all military ties with Israel!
A BNC statement welcoming the ongoing #SolidarityWaveBDS mobilisations and urging continued action, particularly on military embargo. 

Press TV has interviewed Jamal Juma, head of the Stop the Wall campaign from Ramallah, on the Israeli aggression against Palestinians.

The latest wave of tensions was triggered by the Israeli regime’s imposition in August of restrictions on the entry of Palestinian worshipers into the al-Aqsa Mosque.

Click here to watch the video and continue reading. (From Press TV)

News Bulletin of the events from the 19th October 2015

1. Deaths: Hoda Mohamed Darwish, 65-years-old, died after inhaling tear gas that was fired by the Israeli forces at Al-Mansoob checkpoint at the eastern entrance to the town of Al-Esaweh in Jerusalem and then being denied access to the hospital by Israeli forces.

2. Injuries: 195 civilians injured in the West Bank, 2 from live ammunition, 37 with rubber coated metal bullets, 136 cases of suffocation from tear gas and 20 injuries by beating.

News Bulletin of the events of the 18th October

1- 21-year-old Muhannad Al- Aqabi from Hourah in Al-Naqab was martyred today after taking part in both a stabbing and shooting action at the central station in Beir Al- Sabe’. The Israeli forces suspect that he took a soldier’s weapon after stabbing him, so the police shot two suspects at the scene only to later realize that one of them was an Eritrean worker that was mistakenly shot. This action has led to the death of an army officer and the wounding of ten; two of them are in a critical condition.

News Bulletin from the events of the 16th and 17th of October 2015

16th October 2015

1- Five Palestinians were martyred today in separate incidents, three of them from Gaza and two from the West Bank:

Shawqi Jamal Obaid, 37 years old, from Jabalyia martyred today after being wounded in clashes with the occupation forces in Beit Hanoun last Friday.

- Yihya Farahat, 23 years old, from Al Shuja’yah martyred today during clashes at Beit Hanoun’s checkpoint with a bullet to his head by the occupation forces.

Mahmoud Hatem Hamedah from the east of Al-shuja’yah, martyred today after being shot by the Israeli forces during clashes near NahelOzz at the east of Gaza.

- Iyad Khalil Mahmoud Al- A’wawdeh, 27 years old, from A- Mureq in Hebron, he was martyred after being shot under the claim of attempting to stab a soldier at Al- jourah in Hebron during clashes.

- Ihab Jihad Hinany, 19 years old, from Beit Foriek east Nablus, he was martyred after being shot with a bullet to his chest during clashes at Beit Foriek’s road junction.

News Bulletin from the 14th and 15th October 2015

The daily clashes continue, as does Israeli repression with the implemention of the group punishment policy, which includes house demolitions, land confiscation, the annulment of the residency documents for the Palestinians who live in Jerusalem.

14th October 2015

The Israeli Occupation Forces executed two young Palestinians in Jerusalem and a prisoner from Jenin was killed in one the Israeli prisons:

The young Palestinian Basim Ragheb Sider (20) from Hebron was executed by the Israeli occupation forces at Bab Al- Amoud  in the center of Jerusalem under the accusation of having allegedly stabbed a soldier;later on,  the the Israeli Occupation released some pictures that turned out to be  fake and the boy did not have any knife as they claimed. According to eyewitnesses who were present on the scene of the murder, the Israeli soldiers fired more than ten bullets from a close distance without him stabbing anyone as the Israeli police claims, but soldiers left him to bleed and prevented the ambulance from reaching him until he bled to death.

Ahmad Fathi Abu Sha’ban (23) from Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood near the central station in Jerusalem was executed after being shot for allegedly stabbing a settler. The police claimed in a statement that one of its private forces shot an Arab young man who tried to stab a settler, which led to his killing right away. However, an Israeli witness confirmed that Abu Sha’ban did not have a knife and did not hurt anyone, one of the settlers started  to shout, calling him a “terrorist” and so a policeman shot him from a zero distance.

News Bulletin of 13th October 2015. Resistance and Repression continues.


  1. Three Palestinians have been killed in the same day in separate incidents, two of them from Jerusalem and one from Bethlehem:

Baha E’lyaan, (23), and his friend Bilal Omar Ghanem (23), ,both  from Jabal Al-Mukaber in Jerusalem were involved in a stabbing and shooting attack on an Israeli bus.Baha was killed and Bilal was severely wounded. Bilal is still in the hospital for treatment and he is under arrest.

Ala’a Abu Jmal, (33), from Jabal Al- Mukaber in Jerusalem, ran over two settlers and then got out of his car and stabbed others.

Mutaz Ibrahim HamdanZawahreh, (27), from Al- Dhaisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem,was shot with live bullets in his back by the Israeli forces during clashes in Bethlehem. He was transferred to a hospital but the doctors’ attempts to keep him alive failed.

PROTESTERS have staged a demonstration at Manston airport over Broadstairs firm Instro Precision's proposed move to the site.

Anti-arms campaigners claim the company is a manufacturer of unmanned drones used in Israel's massacre of Gazans in summer 2014.

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While the specter of a Third Intifada keeps rising, the international community concerns and confusion, the number of people killed and injured in the Occupied Territories by Israeli aggressions, escalates with no brakes nor distinctions.

Below are reported the main events occurred during the day of 10th October in West Bank, Gaza Strip, and 1948 Occupied territories.

Israeli soldiers break into and ransack PCR/IMEMC Palestinian News office

Surveillance video of Israeli soldiers breaking open the door of the PCR/IMEMC Palestinian News Office before they entered and ransacked the offices. Because it happened at 4 AM Sunday morning, 11 October no staff were in the building. Israel has ransacked and taken numerous files from IMEMC in the past. 


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Whether the current phase of Israel’s intensified repression and Palestinian popular resistance will evolve into a full-fledged intifada or not, one thing is already evident—a new generation of Palestinians is marching on the footsteps of previous generations, rising up en masse against Israel’s brutal, decades-old regime of occupation, settler colonialism and apartheid. 

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News Bulletin: 9th October 2015

The demonstrations and protests have been spreading all over historic Palestine. They have intensified in the Palestinian cities across the Green Line and protests in Gaza have cost six lives in one day only. The revolt is continuing as settlers have attacked Palestinians, especially in the Old City and Salfit area. As Israeli authorities are shooting live ammunition and engage across the line in extra-judicial killings, the mayor of Jerusalem has asked Israeli-Jewish citizens to wear their arms while in the streets.

The daily news reports continue. Below you can find a summary of what went on during last Thursday 8th of October. Our corrispondent present in the Occupied Territories due to an electricity cut and poor internet connection, only managed to update us today. A brief bulletin of the multiple clashes and their consequences can be read below, giving you an idea of how widespread the Palestinian revolt against the Israeli oppressor is becoming.

The past few days in Palestine have evoked images of the First Intifada. Burning tyres in the streets, youth wrapped in Palestinian scarves throwing stones, and Israeli military confronting them with tear gas, sound grenades and live ammunition. Entire Palestinian villages are under siege. Clashes are spreading like wild fire across Jerusalem and Palestinian areas on both sides of the Green Line.

The root causes for this rebellion are the same as ever: the Israeli regime of occupation, apartheid and colonialism makes Palestinians’ lives unbearable. However, there are fundamental differences between now and then, and the actions of Israel’s new settler militia will determine when, not if, a full scale Intifada will explode. 


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