Report: Israel committed more than 51 violations since the truce started

Report: Israel committed more than 51 violations since the truce started

GAZA, (PIC)– Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, stated Thursday that the IOF troops had committed more than 51 violations and 400 military assaults, and kidnapped 300 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank since the truce took effect.

In a report monitoring the Israeli violations of the calm, the Brigades said that in the fifth week of the truce, Israel committed eight violations during which a Palestinian citizen was wounded north of Gaza and two others were kidnapped in Khan Younis.

The report pointed out that these violations were added to about 43 others committed earlier during the first weeks of the truce during which the IOF troops targeted many times Palestinian fishermen and farmers.

The report also included the Israeli violations in the West Bank and the ongoing assaults on charitable and humanitarian institutions there.

According to the report, more than 385 Israeli assaults have been monitored in all West Bank cities and districts, where the IOF troops killed six Palestinians and kidnapped 235 others during 144 incursions carried out during four weeks of the calm.

In another context, the ministry of detainees and ex-detainees warned Wednesday that the situation inside the Raymon prison could explode after the Israeli prisons authority replaced the current director of the prison with a military officer called Ilan Buder who is notorious for intense hatred for Palestinian prisoners. 

In a statement received by the PIC, Riyadh Al-Ashqar, the director of the information office in the ministry, explained that this Israeli officer has an arrogant military mentality, where he deliberately irritates prisoners and uses all means to harass them.

Ashqar appealed to concerned international organizations especially the Red Cross to intervene and put an end to the excesses of the Raymon prison administration against Palestinian prisoners.