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“Israel” killed 212 Palestinians in 2019

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- A new report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) revealed that the Israeli army killed 212 Palestinians in 2019.
The report, titled “Protection of Civilians”, covered the area between December 24, 2019, and January 6, 2020.
It revealed that the Israelis have wounded 50 Palestinians, including 26 children, during the survey period. Meanwhile, they killed 33 Palestinians and wounded 11,523 others during Gaza’s weekly protests in 2019.
The report concluded that the total number of Martyrs reached 212, while the number of injuries reached 36,134.
In the West Bank, the Israelis wounded 24 Palestinians, including at least two children, in the survey period.

The Israeli army killed 15 Palestinians and wounded 3,162 others during protests in the West Bank in 2019, according to the report.
On another level, Israeli authorities demolished and confiscated eight buildings in the “C” area and occupied Jerusalem over the past two weeks under the pretext of being built without permission, leaving 26 Palestinians homeless and harming 29 others.
Five buildings, including three which have been granted for homeless Palestinians as humanitarian aid, were demolished or confiscated under the pretext of turning the area into a military training zone.
The report also documented the uprooting of 147 olive trees (between 25-30 years old) since the start of January 2020, harming the livelihoods of eight families in Jab’a, Bethlehem.

The Israelis also confiscated a vehicle and medical equipment, which belong to medical teams in southern Hebron.
Israeli settlers were not less violent as well; settlers stormed a Palestinian house in occupied Hebron and physically assaulted a 17-year-old child.
According to the report, Israeli forces carried out 117 raids and 140 arrests, including 10 children, throughout the West Bank during the last couple of weeks.

Source: QNN.

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