(one week of) Israeli Human Rights Violations

Thursday, March 22, 2001

At approximately 10:00 local time, after an exchange of fire between armed Palestinians and the Israeli occupation forces, that were razing areas of land to the west of Al-Nemsawi neighborhood in Khan Yunis, these forces started to fire artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses in the area. Such shelling and indiscriminate shooting by the Israeli forces, which lasted for approximately two hours, resulted in wounding four Palestinian civilians as follows:

1) the child Mohammed Salem El-Zeini, 14, wounded with a live bullet in the shoulder when he was passing approximately 800m away from military sites of the Israeli forces;
2) ‘Abdel-Mon’em Suleiman Abu Shoqeir, 28, wounded with shrapnel in the face and the shoulder;
3) ‘Essam Mohammed Fayyadh, 27, wounded with shrapnel in the face and the eye;
4) ‘Omar ‘Abdullah Abu Setteh, 30, wounded with shrapnel in the head and the right shoulder.
Such shelling also resulted in severe damage to a number of houses and buildings as follows:
1) An artillery shell hit the southern façade of housing unit 1 of the Austrian Housing Project, and dispersed, causing damage and breaking windows of an apartment owned by Riadh ‘Ali Abu Shammaleh.
2) An artillery shell hit the western façade of building 3 of the same housing project, causing damage and breaking windows of an apartment owned by Ahmed El-Ghemari.
3) A number of artillery shells and live bullets hit six housing units owned by Al-Farra Company from the west and the south, making holes 2-7cm in diameter and breaking a number of windows.

At approximately 20:30 local time, the Israeli occupation forces resumed shelling Al-Nemsawi neighborhood in Khan Yunis, and targeted the western area of Khan Yunis refugee camp and Al-Amal neighborhood. They fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses and civilian facilities. PCHR’s field officer in Khan Yunis reported that six military sited of the Israeli occupation forces in the vicinity of Gani Tal and Neve Dekalim settlements and Al-Tuffah roadblock, participated in such indiscriminate shelling which lasted up to 24:00 local time. Such shelling caused severe damage to a number of Palestinian houses. Furthermore, a number of Palestinian civilians were wounded as follows:

1) Sahar Mustafa Hneideq, 16, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the head;
2) Khaled Hussein Abu Khoreis, 28, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the head;
3) Khaled Ahmed Abu Mousa, 25, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the right hand;
4) Sami Hussein Boreis, 26, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the neck;
5) Wa’el Abu Hadrous, 31, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the neck and the left hand;
6) Noufal Ibrahim Abu ‘Awadh, 34, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the head;
7) Mahmoud Subhi ‘Amer, 24, wounded with a live bullet in the left hand.

Friday, March 23, 2001

In the morning, the Israeli occupation forces shelled Palestinian houses in Kherbet Karma in the southwest of Hebron, from their military site in Enta’eil settlement in Zhaereya village, to the southwest of Hebron. These forces fired heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses for 20 minutes, causing severe damage.

In the afternoon, the Israeli occupation forces fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Al-Nemsawi (the Austrian) neighborhood in the east of Khan Yunis. At approximately 21:30 local time, the same neighborhood was shelled again, and Palestinian houses in the western area of Khan Yunis refugee camp was also targeted by the Israeli occupation forces. Such shelling lasted sporadically up to 3:00 local time on the following day. It resulted in severe damage to a number of Palestinian houses. Furthermore, four Palestinian civilians were wounded as follows:

1) Nayfa Mohammed Abu ‘Aker, 35, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the head, when she was passing on a street in Khan Yunis refugee camp, approximately 150m away from military sites of the Israeli occupation forces;
2) Ahmed Walid El-Bashiti, 6, wounded with a live bullet in the right thigh when he was playing with other children near his family’s house in Al-Nemsawi neighborhood, approximately 200m away from military sites of the Israeli occupation forces;
3) Rami Kahlil ‘Oudeh, 22, wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell in the right hand; and
4) Ayman Sufian Al-Farra, 22, wounded with a medium caliber bullet in the left foot, when he was in the market of Khan Yunis, approximately 2km away from military sites of the Israeli occupation forces.

In his testimony to PCHR, Ayman Al-Farra said:

“On Friday, March 23, 2001, at approximately 10:30 (local time), I was in the market road, approximately 20m away from my home, watching some young men playing football. Then, I heard sounds of shooting, which we have gotten accustomed to hearing everyday. The source of shooting was military sites of the Israeli occupation forces at Al-Tuffah roadblock and in the vicinity of Neve Dekalim settlement, approximately 2km away from us. Suddenly, I heard the sound of an object that hit the ground. Then, I felt severe pain in my left foot and saw it bleeding. Young men took me to Nasser hospital in Khan Yunis by a civilian car. X-rays showed that I was wounded with a medium caliber bullet, and I had to undergo a surgical operation to extract it.”

In her testimony to PCHR, Nayfa Mohammed Hussein Abu ‘Aker said:
“At approximately 22:30 (local time), on Friday, March 23, 2001, I went from my house, in the south of Khan Yunis refugee camp, to my uncle’s house near Al-Shafi’ mosque, 30m away from my house. When I was approximately 5m away from my uncle’s house, I heard sounds of shooting from An Israeli military site near Al-Tuffah roadblock, 250m away. Suddenly, an explosion boomed. I felt pains in my head. I fell down on the ground with my head bleeding. Neighbors took me to Nasser hospital in Khan Yunis.”

In the afternoon, the Israeli occupation forces fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses and farms in Gizan Al-Najjar area in the southeast of Khan Yunis, to the north of Morag settlement. In his testimony to PCHR, Shukri Sha’ban Al-Najjar said that at approximately 16:00 local time, he was with some laborers cultivating vegetables from his greenhouse in Gizan Al-Najjar area, approximately 200m to the north of Morag settlement. Then, Al-Najjar added, two tanks and a bulldozer of the Israeli occupation forces got out of Morag settlement, and started to uproot tamarisks surrounding his tract of land, approximately 100m away from Morag settlement. Approximately 15 minutes later, the Israeli occupation forces opened fire, hitting his greenhouse, so he and laborers were forced to flee. The Israeli occupation forces continued to fire artillery shells and live bullets at Palestinian houses and farms in the area up to 22:00 local time, causing the following damage:

1) Bullets penetrated the window of a balcony of a 150-square-meter, two-story house, in which 11 people live, owned by Shukri Sha’ban Al-Najjar.
2) Bullets damaged a water saving tank and parts of the asbestos roof of a 200-square-meter, asbestos-roofed house, in which ten people live, owned by Kamel Mohammed El-Dabbas.
3) Bullets broke windows and made holes in the southern façade of a 200-square-meter, one-story house, owned by Musbah Sha’ban Al-Najjar.
4) Bullets made holes in walls and damaged a water saving tank of a 400-square-meter, one-story house, owned by Nabil Mohammed Al-Najjar.
5) Bullets made holes in walls and broke windows of a 100-square-meter, one-story house, in which four people live, owned by Sa’id Suleiman Al-Najjar.
6) Bullets made holes and broke windows of a 120-square-meter, one-story house, in which three people live, owned by Yasser Mohammed Salameh Al-Najjar.
7) Bullets made holes in walls an damaged water saving tanks of a 200-square-meter, two-story house, in which 14 people live, owned by Ahmed ‘Abdel-‘Azziz Al-Najjar.

Saturday, March 24, 2001

At approximately 10:00 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned in the vicinity of Neve Dekalim settlement, to the west of Khan Yunis, fired heavy and medium caliber bullets at housing units owned by Al-Farra Company in Al-Nemsawi (the Austrian) neighborhood. As a result, these units received additional damage as they were frequently shelled in the past weeks. Bullets also hit the fence of Khan Yunis cemetery, to the south of Al-Nemsawi neighborhood.

At approximately 00:45 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned in the vicinity of Neve Dekalim settlement and at Al-Tuffah roadblock, to the west of Khan Yunis, fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses in the western area of Khan Yunis refugee camp. In his testimony to PCHR, Hassan Mohammed Abu Namous said that he, his wife, and his children were awoken by sounds of explosions. Shrapnel fell onto the asbestos and tin roof of his house, which is located approximately 70m away from Al-Tuffah roadblock. He added that he and his family were forced to flee their house to the house of a relative (located approximately 150m away from the roadblock) where he stayed up to 5:00 local time. PCHR’s field officer reported that more than ten artillery shells and several heavy and medium caliber bullets were fired at the area, causing the following damage:

1) An artillery shell fell on the roof of the children bedroom and the kitchen of a 140-square-meter, asbestos and tin-roofed house, in which 12 people live, owned by Hassan Mohammed Abu Namous, damaging the roof and a water saving tank.
2) An artillery shell fell on a 140-square-meter, asbestos-roofed house, in which 21 people live, owned by Hussein Mohammed Abu Khoreis, damaging the roof.
3) Four artillery shells hit a 250-square-meter, four-story house, in which 18 people used to live, owned by Abdullah Hassan Abu ‘Obeida, causing damage to its walls. The family left the house a few months ago due to frequent shelling by the Israeli occupation forces.
4) An artillery shell hit a 130-square-meter, two-story house, in which 11 people used to live, making holes in walls. The family left the house a few months ago due to frequent shelling.
5) Two artillery shells hit a 350-square-meter, asbestos-roofed house, in which 30 people used to live, owned by Mahmoud Hassan Abu Radwan. The family left the house a few months ago due to frequent shelling.

Monday, March 26, 2001

At approximately 17:00 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned in a settlement center, known as “Avraham Avino,” and in a military barracks in Ossam Ben Monqeth school, in the area of Hebron under the control of these forces, shelled Palestinian houses in Hebron. These forces fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian house in Qubbat Janeb, Al-Takrouri and Abu Sneineh neighborhoods. As a result, six Palestinian civilians were wounded with, and a number of houses were severely damaged after having been hit with artillery shells and live bullets. According to eyewitnesses, Palestinian ambulances were not able to reach the targeted areas due to intense shelling. Among the wounded was a 22-year-old Reuters cameraman from Hebron, Lu’ai ‘Abdel-Salam ‘Orabi Abu Haikal, who was wounded with shrapnel in the left side, the back and the right hand, while he was in duty. The other wounded were:

1) Ibrahim Salameh Abu Sneineh, 6, wounded with shrapnel in the right hand and suffered from a nervous breakdown;
2) Khalil ‘Eissa Sa’idi, 30, wounded with shrapnel in the chest and the abdomen;
3) ‘Emad ‘Eissa El-Barad’ei, 25, wounded with shrapnel in the left eye and the forehead;
4) Fadi Khalil Abu Hadid, 25, wounded with shrapnel in the right leg; and
5) Samer Ahmed Mattar, 18, wounded with shrapnel in the right shoulder.

At approximately 21:30 local time, Israeli occupation forces positioned at an observation tower and on a tank in the vicinity of Morag settlement, opened fire at Palestinian houses and farms in Gizan Al-Najjar area in the southeast of Khan Yunis. As a result, the 11-year-old child ‘Abdel-Rahman Mohammed Al-Najjar, was wounded with shrapnel in the right hand, when he was near his family’s house. He was evacuated to Nasser hospital in Khan Yunis for treatment. The shelling also caused severe damage to a number of Palestinian houses.

At approximately 23:00 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned in the vicinity of Neve Dekalim settlement and Al-Tuffah roadblock, to the west of Al-Amal neighborhood in Khan Yunis, shelled Palestinian houses in Khan Yunis refugee camp and in the vicinity of Al-Amal neighborhood, and housing units in Al-Newsawi (the Austrian) neighborhood. As a result, Fayez ‘Abdel-Mo’ti Abu Jaber, 22, was wounded with shrapnel of an artillery shell while he was passing near Al-Nemsawi neighborhood. He was evacuated to the hospital of the Palestine Red Crescent Society in Khan Yunis for treatment. The shelling also caused severe damage to a number of houses.

Tuesday, March 27, 2001

At approximately 20:00 local time, the Israeli occupation forces indiscriminately opened fire on Palestinian civilians and houses in Kenar neighborhood in the southwest of Hebron. As a result, the 11-year-old child Mahmoud Ismail Darawish, was killed with a live bullet in the chest that was fired by Israeli soldiers positioned in a military site at Al-Fawar-Doura junction.

At approximately 21:40 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned in the vicinity of Kharsina settlement, to the east of Hebron, shelled Palestinian houses in Sh’aba and Nemer neighborhoods, under control by the Palestinian National Authority. These forces fired heavy and medium caliber bullets, causing severe damage to a number of houses, and electricity, telephone and water networks. Furthermore, the child Wassim Mohammed Fahmi Da’na, 10, was wounded with shrapnel in the left eye. He was evacuated to Al-Mizan hospital in Hebron for treatment.

Wednesday, March 28, 2001

In the evening, the Israeli occupation forces started to shell Palestinian cities from their military sites and using combat helicopters. This resulted in killing two Palestinians, including a 45-year-old civilian, and wounding dozens. It also caused severe damage to a number of civilian facilities and buildings of the Palestinian security services.

At approximately 19:30 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned on ‘Eibal and Jarzim mounts, to the north and south of Nablus respectively, fired heavy and medium caliber bullets at Khellet El-‘Amoud and Iraq El-Tayeh neighborhoods and Balatta refugee camp. As a result, Farid ‘Abdel-Hamid Badran, 57, from Balatta refugee camp, was wounded with shrapnel in the head and the chest, and some houses were severely damaged.

At approximately 19:35, the Israeli occupation forces shelled a site of the Palestinian President’s Guards (Force 17) in Ramallah, killing one of its members, Akram ‘Omar Ahmed El-Hindi, 25, from Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City, whose body completely burnt after having been directly hit with a rocket. Such shelling coincided with shelling Palestinian residential neighborhoods in Bitounia by Israeli occupation forces positioned in ‘Ofar military site, to thee south of Ramallah. Such shelling resulted in the death of Su’ad El-Sheikh Khalil, 45, after she received a heavy caliber bullet in the head, while she was driving her car towards her house in Bitounia.

At approximately 19:45 local time, combat helicopters of the Israeli occupation forces started to fire rockets at a site of the Palestinian President’s Guards (Force 17) in Al-Twam area in Jabalya in the northern area of the Gaza Strip. As a result, three members of Force 17 were wounded as follows:

1) Anwar El-Faq’awi, 25, from Khan Yunis, wounded with shrapnel throughout the body;
2) Eshteiwi El-‘Azayza, 23, wounded with shrapnel throughout the body; and
3) ‘Abdullah Zeid, 22, wounded with shrapnel throughout the body.

The shelling also resulted in severe damage to a number of nearby houses and civilian facilities as follows:
1) Twenty-one windows of a 180-square-meter, three-story house (newly established and not inhibited), owned by ‘Alla’ As’ad El-Saftawi, were broken.
2) Seven windows of a 200-square-meter, two-story house, owned by Tahsin Saleh Khalil El-Halimi, were broken.
3) Eight windows of a 200-square-meter, three-story house, in which four people live, owned by Khamis Ramadan El-Hessi, were broken and walls cracked.
4) Four windows of the second floor of a 150-square-meter, three-story house, in which 11 people live, owned by Tahsin Saleh Khalil El-Halimi, were broken.
5) Three windows of the second floor of a 370-square-meter, three-story house, in which 30 people live, owned by Tawfiq Ahmed ‘Atteya ‘Oweida, were broken.
6) Seven windows of ‘A’esha mosque, established on a 350-square-meter area, were broken.
7) Nine windows of Hijazi Medical Center of the Palestinian Ministry of Health, established on a 450-square-meter area, were broken.
The shelling coincided with similar shelling by combat helicopters of the Israeli occupation forces that targeted the headquarters of the Palestinian President’s Guards (Force 17) in Ma’n village, to the east of Khan Yunis. The building was severely damaged. In addition, nearby UNRWA clinic and Ma’n elementary school were severely damaged.

At the same time, combat helicopters of the Israeli occupation forces shelled a site of the Palestinian National Security Forces near Al-Qarara crossroads, to the north of Khan Yunis. As a result, one of the site’s members, Nour ‘Abed Abu Hattab, 24, was wounded with shrapnel in the back, and the site was severely damaged. PCHR’s field officer in Khan Yunis reported that a number of the area’s residents arrived at Nasser hospital in Khan Yunis, after they suffered from nervous breakdowns and bruises in the body. He added that a number of houses and civilian facilities near the targeted site were severely damaged as follows:

1) Windows of a 120-square-meter, two-story house, in which 25 people live, owned by ‘Abdel-Rahman Mohammed Hassan El-‘Abadleh, were broken and walls cracked.
2) Windows of a 140-square-meter, two-story house, in which 10 people live, owned by Sharif Ibrahim El-‘Abadleh, were broken.
3) Windows of a 120-square-meter, three-story house, in which three people live, owned by Ahmed ‘Abdullah Ahmed El-‘Abadleh, were broken.
4) Windows of a 100-square-meter fuel station, owned by ‘Abdel-‘Azziz Hassan Temraz, were broken.
5) Windows of a medical clinic of the Palestinian Ministry of Health were destroyed.
6) Windows of Al-Salam mosque were broken and walls cracked.

At approximately 20:00 local time, combat helicopters of the Israeli occupation forces fired rockets at a site of the Palestinian President’s Guards (Force 17) at Deir El-Balah seashore, destroying six rooms used as administrative offices.
At approximately 23:00 local time, Israeli occupation forces, positioned at Al-Tuffah roadblock and in the vicinity of Neve Dekalim settlement, fired artillery shells and heavy and medium caliber bullets at Palestinian houses in the west of Khan Yunis refugee camp and in Al-Nemsawi neighborhood. As a result three Palestinian civilians were wounded as follows:

1) Naji Abu ‘Awadh, 35, wounded with shrapnel in the right thigh;
2) Akmal Anu Khadra, 36, wounded with shrapnel in the right leg; and
3) Ahmed ‘Atteya Abu Sahloul, 25, wounded with shrapnel in the left foot.

3. Other Assaults and Arrests by the Israeli Occupation Forces against Palestinian Civilians

Early in the morning of Friday, March 23, 2001, an undercover unit of the Israeli occupation forces, known as Al-Mosta’reboun (Arabanizers) burst into Kherbet Al-Hejri Dora town in Hebron governate, and arrested Ibrahim Younis Mohammed Sahadid, 32, taking him to an unknown destination.

Also in the morning of the same day, the Israeli occupation forces burst into Al-Hareth secondary school in Ethna village in Hebron, and arrested the teacher, Mohammed ‘Eissa Farjallah.
Also on the same day, Israeli occupation forces, positioned at military roadblocks arrested four Palestinian civilians from Qalqilya. They are:

1) Ra’ed ‘Abdel-Fattah Daoud, 30;

2) Shadi ‘Abed El-‘Ajez, 25;

3) Hazza’ Bassam Hazza’, 21; and

4) Hussam El-Ghazzawi.

On Monday, March 26, 2001, Israeli occupation forces at Rafah Border Crossing arrested Riadh ‘Abdel-Rahim El-Maddah, 49, from Gaza City, when he was on his way to Egypt.
At approximately 13:00 local time, the Israeli occupation forces arrested two Palestinian fishermen from Al-Mawasi area in Rafah, and released them two hours later. They are: Ziad ‘Abed Meqdad, 25, and Khalil ‘Abed Meqdad, 20. They were sailing in their rubber boat at Rafah seashore, when Israeli occupation soldiers forced them to leave the sea and arrested them. The Israeli forces claimed that they exceeded the 200-meter-limit in which fishing is allowed. According the Palestinian-Israeli Interim Agreement, Palestinian fishermen are allowed to sail up to 20 miles across the sea, but Israeli does not commit to this.

4. Attacks and Shooting on Palestinian Civilians by Settlers

On Sunday, March 25, 2001, at approximately 13:00 local time, Murtada Salem Abu ‘Eisha, 76, from Hebron, received bruises and injuries throughout the body, after he was attacked by Jewish settlers. A number of Jewish settlers in settlement centers inside Hebron beat and threw stones at some Palestinian civilians in Al-Sahleh area and Al-Shallala Street in the city, and damaged goods of hawkers, under full protection by the Israeli occupation forces.
On Monday, March 26, 2001, at approximately 17:00 local time, a number of Jewish settlers from Ganim and Qadim settlements, to the east of Jenin, severely beat three Palestinian farmers from Faqou’a village with hands, feet and gun butts. As a result, the three farmers received bruises throughout the body. They were:

1) As’ad Fayez El-Khatib, 32;
2) Radwan Salah, 22; and
3) Zuhair Salah, 35.

In the evening of the same day and the morning of Tuesday, March 27, 2001, Jewish settlers attacked Palestinian houses and properties in Hebron, under full protection by the Israeli occupation forces. As a result, ‘Abdel-Salam El-Sarahneh, received bruises throughout the body while he was in the market of the city. Settlers also crashed a car of S’ada El-Sharbati, and broke windows of a number of cars and six houses.

Also on Tuesday, March 27, 2001, at approximately 13:20 local time, Jewish settlers Al-Zaytoun quarter in Hebron, and destroyed a Palestinian civilian car owned by Salah El-Zaro, a Director General at the Palestinian Ministry of Labor. On the same day, settlers attacked three Palestinian commercial stores in the market of vegetables in Hebron, destroying the doors of some and setting fire to them. They also burnt a carpentry workshop in Khan El-Kayala, owned by Qassem Abu Mayala.

On Wednesday, March 28, 2001, at approximately 2:30 local time, more than 100 Jewish settlers and units of the Israeli occupation forces burst into Al-Karantina area, and entered up to approximately 350m inside areas under the control of the Palestinian National Authority. Settlers, under full protection by the Israeli occupation forces, attacked Palestinian houses, throwing stones and incendiary materials at them, and breaking their windows with iron bars. They also attacked a number of Palestinian civilian cars in the area, and set fire to nine of them, two of which belong to Hebron Municipality. In the afternoon, Jewish settlers set fire to a part of the headquarters of the Palestinian Ministry of Religious Endowments, located near a settlement center known as “Avraham Avino,” causing severe damage to its furniture.

5. Razing of Agricultural Land

Thursday, March 22, 2001

At approximately 7:00 local time, the Israeli occupation forces started to raze areas of wooded land in Al-Mawasi area in Rafah. PCHR’s field officer in Rafah reported that such action lasted up to the evening, and affected 25 donums of governmental wooded land, to the south of the Sea road between Rafah and its Al-Mawasi area. He added that more areas are likely to be razed to pave the way for establishing greenhouses for Jewish settlers, and that the Israeli occupation forces and settlers seized approximately 10 donums of land in the area around a year ago, o which they established greenhouses.

At approximately 9:00 local time, the Israeli occupation forces resumed razing areas of agricultural land in the north of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip. PCHR’s field officer in the area reported that such action included:

1) Continuing to raze a 12-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, most of which (approximately 10 donums) was razed on Tuesday, March 20, 2001, owned by Ahmed Joudeh Mohammed ‘Okasha. In addition, a 16-square-meter storing room was demolished and an irrigation network was destroyed.
2) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Mohammed Younis ‘Okasha. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
3) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Mustafa ‘Abdel-Jawad ‘Okasha. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
4) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Khaled ‘Okasha. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed. The Israeli occupation forces also started to raze more areas planted with citrus, owned by the same citizen.
5) Razing a three-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Abdel-Karim ‘Abdel-Jawad ‘Okasha. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
6) Razing an eight-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Mohammed ‘Abdel-Jawad ‘Okasha. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
7) Razing a seven-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by the heirs of ‘Abdel-Karim Abu ‘Oudeh. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
8) Continuing to raze a 17-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, most of which (approximately 12 donums) was razed on Tuesday, March 20, 2001, owned by Amin Mohammed Hassan Zweidi.
9) Razing an eight-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Ali Hussein Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
10) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Khalil Mohammed Hassan Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
11) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Abdel-Hamid Hussein. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
12) Razing a 4.5-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Farid ‘Abdel-‘Azziz Mohammed Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
13) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Ahmed Hussein Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
14) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Yazan ‘Emad Amin Zweidi.
15) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Rafiq ‘Abdel-‘Azziz Mohammed Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
16) Razing a 12-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Jamil Mohammed Hassan. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
17) Razing a six-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Attallah ‘Abdel-‘Azziz Zweidi. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
18) Razing a seven-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Ibrahim Hussein Hassan Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
19) Razing a 3.5-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by the heirs of Hussein Hassan Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
20) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by Mohammed Mohammed Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
21) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by the heirs of ‘Abdel-Ghani Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
22) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by the heirs of Ahmed Hassan Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
23) Razing a four-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Attallah, ‘Ali and Holayel Nasser Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
24) Razing a three-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Abdel-Karim Mohammed Nasser. In addition, an irrigation network was destroyed.
25) Razing a two-donum area of agricultural land planted with citrus, owned by ‘Abdel-Rahman Mohammed Nasser.

Ref: The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

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