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SUMMARY OF EVENTS

EVENT (1) WEST BANK (2) GAZA STRIP TOTAL NOTES

Assassination 1 — 1 1 …………………….civilian in the city of Jenin
Physical Assaults 2 — 2 ………………..civilians beaten in the Nablus district
Injury 1 — 1 1 ……………………………………civilian in the town of Jayyus, Qalqiliya
Attacks 9 – 2 …………………………………….11 Incl. 5 in raids & 4 from military posts
Raids 29 – 1 ………………………………………30 Incl. 4 in Ramallah and 8 in Bethlehem
Air Patrol 1 — 1 ……………………………….Helicopters over Ramallah & El Bireh
Arrests 12 — 12 ………………………………..Incl. 2 children & 3 Pal. security officers
Detentions 18 — 18 …………………………At checkpoints & in residential areas
House Demolition 1 — 1 ………………..A house in the district of Jerusalem
Wall Construction 26 — 26 ………….Jer., Raml’h., Qalq., Salfit, Hebron, Beth.
Destruction of Property 9 — 9 …….Incl. 6 barracks demolished in Bethlehem
Confiscation of Property 2 — 2 ……A rifle and pistol from a house in Hebron
Attack on Property 1 — 1 ………………3 commercial shops closed down, Hebron
House Occupations 2 — 2 …………….Converted into military posts in Nablus
Curfew 1 — 1 ……………………………………Over the village of Husan in Bethlehem
Closure of Checkpoints 15 — 15 …..Incl. access impeded at 8 checkpoints
Flying Checkpoints 18 — 18 ………….Incl. 3 in Ramallah & 5 in Jenin
Closure (per District) 6 — 6 ……………..Incl. Jerusalem and Tulkarem partially
Closure of Main Roads 32 — 32 ……Incl. 2 in Bethlehem & 11 in Hebron
Closure of Crossing Points — 5 – 5 Incl. Beit Hanun & Sufa partially
School Disruption 1 — 1 ……………….A school raided in the city of Jerusalem
Palestinian Attacks 1 -3 -4 ………….Incl. 4 mortars fired on the Green Line

TOTAL 188 – 11 …………………………………199

WEST BANK

ALL DISTRICTS

The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at checkpoints set up
on the main roads connecting the West Bank districts, thereby isolating the
northern districts from the southern districts as well as the Jericho district
and the Jordan Valley from the remainder of the West Bank.

JERUSALEM

Closure:
The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at
checkpoints located at the entrances to the city of Jerusalem. The Israeli
army also continues to close the entrances to Al Aqsa Mosque compound
in the old city of Jerusalem and prevent civilians from accessing the
mosque, only allowing access to female civilians and civilians holding
Israeli-issued IDs who are above 45 years of age. This Israeli measure aims
to prevent civilian demonstrations against the Israeli army’s levelling of
Bab al Maghariba old road, which leads to Al Aqsa Mosque compound.

Closure of Main Roads:
(i) The Israeli army continues to close the entrance opposite the junction to
Dahiyat al Bareed in the city of Jerusalem with a barbed wire gate and
to deny civilian access.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to close the road connecting Dahiyat al
Bareed to the town of Ar Ram in order to complete Wall construction
in the area.
(iii) The Israeli army continues to close with cement blocks the entrance to
the village of Jaba’, which connects the village to the cities of
Jerusalem, Ramallah, and Jericho.

Checkpoint:
The Israeli army continues to consider Qalandiya
checkpoint a “border crossing point” and has designated a special
crossing for holders of Jerusalem IDs and those possessing permits to
access the city of Jerusalem.

Wall Gates:

(i) The Israeli army continues to close the Wall gate in the town of Abu
Dis with cement blocks.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to deny civilian access through the Wall
gate on Ash Shayyah road in the area between the villages of As
Sawahira ash Sharqiya and As Sawahira al Gharbiya, only allowing
civilians holding Jerusalem IDs to cross, after subjecting them to
thorough searches using electronic devices.

Wall Construction:
Wall construction continues in Dahiyat al Bareed,
Dahiyat al Aqbat, from the village of Hizma to ‘Anata, along the Hizma-
Jaba’ road, the area of Al ‘Eizariya to Ash Shayyah, from the village of
Beit Surik to Biddu, in the areas of Al Judeira, Bir Nabala, and Beit Hanina,
west of the village of Al Jib, and in the vicinity of the village of Qatanna.

Attack:
At 16:45, Israeli troops positioned at Qalandiya checkpoint opened
fire towards a number of civilians, allegedly for throwing stones.

Raids/Destruction of Property:

(i) At 09:00, the Israeli army raided the village of Khirbet Um al Lahm
and demolished 1 house, claiming that it was built without the required
construction licence.
(ii) The Israeli army raided the village of Beit Iksa and demolished 1
poultry barracks, belonging to Rabah Naji Zayed.
House Demolition: The Israeli army demolished 1 house in the village of
Khirbet Um al Lahm, belonging to Hani Mohammed Ibrahim Saleh.
Arrest: At 17:35, Israeli troops positioned at Qalandiya checkpoint arrested
Wael Nofan al ‘Assa.

School Disruption:
The Israeli army raided a school in At Tur Mount
neighbourhood in the city of Jerusalem, after confrontations took place
between the Israeli army and students.

RAMALLAH & EL BIREH

Closure of Main Roads:
(i) The Israeli army continues to close with dirt barricades the eastern
entrance to the village of Sinjil.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to close with cement blocks the western
entrance to the village of Saffa.

Checkpoint:
The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at the
checkpoint set up on the overpass to the town of ‘Atara and to impede
access to the city of Ramallah for civilians holding IDs issued in the
northern districts of the West Bank.

Wall Construction:
Wall construction continues in the area west of the town
of ‘Abud, in the areas of Al Midya to Ni’lin, Ni’lin to Deir Qaddis, and in
the town of Beituniya.

Flying Checkpoints:
(i) At 11:30, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint in the area
between the villages of Kafr ‘Ein and An Nabi Salih and searched
civilians and vehicles until 13:00.
(ii) At 17:50, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at the entrance to
the village of ‘Ein ‘Arik and searched civilians and vehicles.

Raids:
(i) At 10:40, the Israeli army, including 7 jeeps, raided the city of El Bireh,
set up a checkpoint, and searched civilians and vehicles. At 01:20, the
Israeli army raided the city again and patrolled the area.
(ii) At 16:45, Israeli Special Forces raided Al Am’ari refugee camp in the
city of El Bireh, arrested 1 Palestinian National Security officer, and
withdrew at 17:50.
(iii) At 16:50, an Israeli army patrol raided the town of Beituniya.
Confrontations took place between the Israeli army and civilians.

Arrest:
Israeli Special Forces arrested Saed Mitwalli Shihadeh, a
Palestinian National Security officer, in Al Am’ari refugee camp.

Air Patrol:
At 16:40, 2 Israeli combat helicopters patrolled the skies over
the cities of Ramallah and El Bireh.

JENIN

Closure of Roads:
The Israeli army continues to close with dirt barricades
the unpaved detour road leading to the town of ‘Arraba east of the
settlement of Dotan as well as the road connecting the town of Qabatiya to
the village of Misliya.

Checkpoint:
The Israeli army continues to close Tayasir checkpoint east of
the town of Tubas, denying civilian access to the Northern Jordan Valley,
except for civilians whose IDs indicate that their place of residence is the
Northern Jordan Valley.

Wall Gates:
Passage through the Wall gates is restricted to civilians granted
special Israeli permits.

Flying Checkpoints:
(i) At 09:00, the Israeli army set up 3 flying checkpoints on the junctions
to the town of ‘Arraba and the villages of Ash Shuhada’ and Al Kufeir
and searched civilians and vehicles.
(ii) The Israeli army set up 2 flying checkpoints, one at the western
entrance to the village of Jalbun and the other in the area between the
villages of Jalbun and Faqqu’a, searched civilians and vehicles, and
prevented civilians from accessing the city of Jenin.

Raids/Attacks:
(i) At 09:00, Israeli Special Forces troops, disguised in a civilian vehicle,
raided the city of Jenin and opened fire towards a civilian vehicle,
extra-judicially killing 1 civilian (described by the Israeli authorities as
a “wanted individual”).
(ii) At 02:00, the Israeli army raided the city of Jenin and Jenin refugee
camp and opened intensive fire, while searching a number of houses.
The Israeli army also arrested 2 civilians in the refugee camp. At 03:00,
the Israeli army withdrew from the area.

Assassination:
Israeli Special Forces troops extra-judicially killed
Mahmoud Qasem ‘Ubeid in the city of Jenin.

Arrests:
The Israeli army arrested 2 civilians in Jenin refugee camp:
(i) Mohammed As’ad Khalifeh; and
(ii) Khaled Mohammed Mar’i.

TULKAREM

Closure:
The Israeli army continues to declare the district of Tulkarem a
closed military zone and to impede civilian access to and from the district.

Closure of Main Roads:
The Israeli army continues to close with dirt
barricades the Dahiyat Iktaba-Bal’a road, the entrance to the village of
Saffarin, the road connecting the town of Deir al Ghusun to ‘Attil plain, and
the road connecting the town of Kafr al Labad to the village of Shufa.

Checkpoints:
The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at
Jubara checkpoint (the southern entrance to the city of Tulkarem) as well as
at ‘Einav checkpoint (the eastern entrance to the city).

Wall Gates:
Passage through the Wall gates is restricted to civilians granted
special Israeli permits.

Flying Checkpoints:
(i) At 08:30, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at the entrance to
the town of Beit Lid and searched civilians and vehicles.
(ii) At 14:00, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at the entrance to
the town of ‘Attil and searched civilians and vehicles.
(iii) At 17:00, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint on the junction to
the town of Bal’a and searched civilians and vehicles.
(iv) The Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at the entrance to the town
of ‘Illar and searched civilians and vehicles.

Raids:
(i) At 01:50, the Israeli army, including 13 armoured personnel carriers,
raided Nur Shams refugee camp and searched 1 house.
(ii) At 02:35, the Israeli army raided the town of Bal’a and searched 1
house.

Arrests:
The Israeli army arrested 2 civilians, while they were hunting birds
near the Wall west of the city of Tulkarem:
(i) ‘Imad Ahmed Kahleh; and
(ii) Mustafa Ali Habayeb.

QALQILIYA

Closure of Roads: The Israeli army continues to close with cement blocks
the agricultural roads east of the town of ‘Azzun.

Wall Gates:
(i) Passage through the Wall gates is restricted to civilians granted special
Israeli permits.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at ‘Azzun ‘Atma
Wall gate and to search civilians, including students, with a metal
detector.

Wall Construction:
Land levelling for Wall construction continues in the
villages of Immatin and Kafr Laqif as well as east of the towns of Kafr
Thulth and ‘Azzun.

Injury:
The Israeli army opened fire towards and injured Iyad al Jayyousi
in the vicinity of the town of Jayyus. At 14:30, Al Jayyousi was admitted to
Nablus Public Hospital for medical treatment.

Raid:
At 16:00, Israeli Special Forces troops, disguised in a civilian vehicle,
raided the town of ‘Azzun and pursued a civilian in an attempt to arrest
him. However, the civilian fled.

NABLUS

Closure of Main Roads:
(i) The Israeli army continues to close the Jenin-Nablus road between the
junction to the village of Deir Sharaf and the settlement of Shavei
Shomron.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to close with dirt barricades the southern
entrance to the village of Qaryut.
(iii) At 16:00, the Israeli army closed with dirt barricades the settler bypass
road connecting the village of Deir al Hatab to the settlement of Alon
Moreh.

Checkpoints:
The Israeli army continues to regulate times for crossing
checkpoints set up around the city of Nablus:
(i) Huwwara and Beit Iba checkpoints (set up at the southern and western
entrances to the city of Nablus respectively) are closed at 23:00. The
Israeli army only allows civilian vehicles possessing access permits to
cross these checkpoints. The Israeli army also searches civilians
using metal detectors at Beit Iba checkpoint, impeding their access.
(ii) At Tur neighbourhood checkpoint (set up on Jirzim Mount) is closed
on Fridays and Saturdays as well as during Jewish holidays. On all
other days, it is open for civilian residents of the neighbourhood only.
(iii) Beit Furik checkpoint is open to civilian residents of the town of Beit
Furik and the village of Beit Dajan until 17:30.
(iv) Beginning on 23 November 2006, the Israeli army continues to close
the checkpoint set up in the area between the city of Nablus and the
town of ‘Asira ash Shamaliya and to prevent civilians from crossing,
only allowing access to humanitarian cases.
(v) The Israeli army intensified its restrictions at Huwwara checkpoint and
prevented civilians under 25 years of age from exiting the city of
Nablus.

Flying Checkpoint:
The Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at the
southern entrance to the town of Jamma’in and searched civilians and
vehicles.

Physical Assaults:
At 15:50, the Israeli army severely beat 2 civilians, while
they were present on their land near the village of Zawata.

Raids/Attack/House Occupations/Palestinian Attack:
At 00:35, the Israeli army raided the city of Nablus as well as Balata and ‘Ein Beit el Ma’
refugee camps. In Balata refugee camp, the Israeli army opened fire,
searched a number of houses, and arrested 1 civilian. In the city and ‘Ein
Beit el Ma’ refugee camp, the Israeli army occupied 2 buildings and
converted them into military posts. Armed Palestinian individuals also
detonated an explosive device near an Israeli army jeep in the city. At
05:30, the Israeli army withdrew from the area.

Arrest:
The Israeli army arrested Mohammed Ali Hashash in Balata
refugee camp.

SALFIT

Closure of Main Roads:
(i) The Israeli army has continued to close the main north-western
entrance to the city of Salfit with dirt barricades since the beginning of
the current Intifada (Uprising).
(ii) The Israeli army continues to close with dirt barricades the western
entrance to the village of Marda and, with cement blocks, the western
entrance to the town of Kafr ad Dik.

Checkpoints:
(i) The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at Deir Ballut
checkpoint and to deny civilian access to the town of Kafr ad Dik.
(ii) The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions at the Za’tara
junction checkpoint and to impede civilian access.

Wall Construction:
Wall construction continues in the area northwest of the
city of Salfit, and in the village of Marda and the town of Kifl Haris north
of the settlement of Ari’el.

Flying Checkpoint:
At 08:15, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint at
the entrance to the village of Yasuf and searched civilians and vehicles until
12:00.

Raids:
(i) At 16:45, an Israeli army patrol raided and patrolled the city of Salfit
and the village of Iskaka.
(ii) The Israeli army raided and patrolled the town of Kifl Haris.

JERICHO

Closure:
The Israeli army continues to close Road # 90 between the city of
Jericho and the village of Al ‘Auja with cement blocks and to prevent
farmers not holding Jericho Governorate IDs from reaching their land,
forcing them to apply for access permits. The Israeli army also continues to
deny access to the city to holders of Israeli IDs.

Checkpoints:
The Israeli army continues to intensify its restrictions and
impede civilian access at Al Hamra checkpoint set up along Al Badhan
road connecting the districts of Jericho and Nablus as well as on the
checkpoint set up on the junction to the village of Al ‘Auja along Al
Mu’arrajat road connecting the districts of Jericho and Ramallah.

BETHLEHEM

Closure:
The Israeli army continues to close the roads to the village of
An Nu’man, with the exception of the road leading to the Wall gate in
the south-eastern area of the village.

Closure of Main Roads:
The Israeli army continues to close all roads to
Road # 60 leading to the city of Jerusalem, thereby isolating the city of
Bethlehem from its towns and villages located west of Road # 60.

Wall Construction:
Wall construction continues in the area northwest of the
town of Al Khadr, northwest of the city of Beit Jala, and in the area of
Wadi Rahhal east of the settlement of Efrat.

Raids/Destruction of Property/Detentions/Curfew:
(i) At 09:10, the Israeli army raided the town of Za’tara and damaged
furniture of a house due to thorough searches.
(ii) At 10:20, the Israeli army, including 2 jeeps, raided and patrolled the
town of Al Khadr.
(iii) At 13:20, Israeli Special Forces raided the city of Beit Jala, arrested 1
Palestinian General Intelligence officer, detained 2 others, and released
them at a later time.
(iv) At 14:00, the Israeli army raided the village of ‘Arab ar Rashayida and
demolished 6 barracks for sheep.
(v) At 03:00, the Israeli army raided the city of Bethlehem and arrested 1
Palestinian Preventive Security officer. At 07:00, the Israeli army
raided the city again and patrolled the area.
(vi) The Israeli army raided the village of Husan and imposed curfew, after
a Molotov cocktail was thrown at an Israeli settler vehicle while it was
travelling near the village.
(vii) The Israeli army raided the village of Al Bureid’a and searched 1
house.

Arrests:
(i) Israeli Special Forces arrested Mohammed Hasan Abed Rabbu, a
Palestinian General Intelligence officer, in the city of Beit Jala.
(ii) The Israeli army arrested Mousa Mohammed Nawawreh, a Palestinian
Preventive Security officer, in the city of Bethlehem.

HEBRON

Closure:
(i) The Israeli army continues to close the following locales in the old city
of Hebron: Ash Shuhada’ Street and the area of As Sahleh with cement
blocks and barbed wire; the old gold market with an iron gate; the area
of Khuzq al Far near the settlement of Abraham Avino with a dirt
barricade and an iron gate; and the entrance to the area of Al Khan with
an electronic gate, isolating the area from Al Laban Market and the area
of As Sahleh.
(ii) Although it expired on 07 May 2006, the Israeli army continues to
implement a military order stipulating the prohibition of civilian
vehicles from travelling along the road connecting the settlement of
Kiryat Arba’ to the Ibrahimi Mosque in the old city of Hebron unless
they possess access permits.

Closure of Main Roads:
(i) The Israeli army continues to close with dirt barricades the following
locales: the area of Al Hawawir leading to the town of Halhul; the area
of Al Fahs south of the city of Hebron; the junction to the area of Farsh
al Hawa leading to Road # 35 northwest of the city of Hebron; the road
connecting the town of Surif to the village of Al Jab’a; the entrance to
the village of Beit ‘Einun; and the eastern entrance to the village of
Kharsa. The Israeli army also continues to close with cement blocks the
entrance to Al Qeisi neighbourhood in the old city of Hebron as well as
the main entrance to Al ‘Arrub refugee camp.
(ii) In accordance with Military Order # 378, the Israeli army continues to
prohibit Palestinian vehicles from travelling along Shalala Old Street
that leads to the old city of Hebron, only allowing Israeli vehicles as
well as Israeli army vehicles to travel along this street.

Wall Construction:
Wall construction continues in the section of Tarqumiya
checkpoint terminal, the remaining section of the Wall route that separates
the settlement of Eshkolot from the village of Ar Ramadin, and near the
village of Imneizil southeast of the town of Yatta.

Flying Checkpoints:
(i) At 15:00, the Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint in the old city of
Hebron, searched civilians and vehicles, and denied civilian access to
the Ibrahimi Mosque.
(ii) The Israeli army set up a flying checkpoint on the overpass to the town
of Halhul and searched civilians and vehicles.

Attack:
Israeli troops positioned at the entrance to the town of Beit Ummar
opened fire and fired tear gas grenades towards civilians marching in a
funeral procession, allegedly for throwing stones.

Raids/Confiscation of Property:
(i) At 15:30, the Israeli army, including 2 jeeps, raided the town of Sa’ir.
Confrontations took place between civilians and the Israeli army, while
it was patrolling the area.
(ii) At 02:00, the Israeli army raided the city of Hebron and searched 1
house. The Israeli army also arrested 1 civilian and confiscated a rifle
and pistol from his house.
(iii) The Israeli army raided Al ‘Arrub refugee camp and arrested 2
children, ostensibly for throwing stones. Arrests:
(i) The Israeli army arrested Raed Fayez az Zeer in the city of Hebron.
The Israeli army arrested 2 children in Al ‘Arrub refugee camp:
(ii) Ma’een Hasan al Jawabreh, 17 years old; and
(iii) Iyham Nasser al Jundi, 16 years old.
Attack on Property: At 10:05, the Israeli army closed 3 commercial shops
in the old city of Hebron, claiming that children threw stones at Israeli
troop from the roofs of these shops.

GAZA STRIP

ALL DISTRICTS

The ceasefire agreement that entered into force at 06:00 on 26
November 2006 remains effective. However, the Israeli army carried
out 1 raid into Palestinian territory, during which it detonated explosives
to destroy a tunnel. In addition, Israeli troops positioned at military
posts opened fire towards Palestinian territory on 2 occasions. Armed
Palestinian individuals also fired 4 mortars, including 1 anti-tank
mortar, towards the Green Line

NORTHERN GAZA

Closure of Crossing Point:
Beit Hanun (Erez) Crossing is partially open only
to foreign nationals, VIPs, and humanitarian cases.

Palestinian Attacks:
In violation of the Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire
agreement, armed Palestinian individuals fired 3 mortars, as follows:
(i) At 12:15, 2 unidentified mortars were fired towards the Green Line.
(ii) At 12:45, 1 unidentified mortar was fired towards the Green Line.

GAZA

Activities not reported.

CENTRAL GAZA

Palestinian Attack:
At 07:30, armed Palestinian individuals fired 1 anti-tank
mortar from Palestinian territory east of Al Bureij refugee camp towards the
Green Line, thereby violating the Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire agreement.

KHAN YUNIS

Raid: At 09:50, in violation of the Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire agreement,
the Israeli army, including 4 armoured vehicles and 2 bulldozers, raided 250
metres into Palestinian territory near Point 156 on the Green Line east of the
area of Al Qarara and detonated explosives, claiming to be destroying a
tunnel. At 17:20, the Israeli army withdrew from the area.

RAFAH

Closure of Crossing Points:
(i) Yasser ‘Arafat International Airport remains closed.
(ii) Rafah Crossing is closed.
(iii) Sufa Crossing is partially open for the transportation of construction
cargo only.

How would YOU feel were you forced to live your life under these horrid conditions?? THIS IS OCCUPATION – and has to STOP!

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