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Palestine: 35 Palestinians killed by Israeli fire since beginning of 2014

6th Jul 2014
Palestine: 35 Palestinians killed by Israeli fire since beginning of 2014
 
[Photo by Ahrar Center]
By Saed Bannoura
IMEMC News: The Ahrar Center for Detainee’s Studies and Human Rights stated in its report on Israeli violations in the first half of 2014, that Israeli soldiers have killed 35 Palestinians, in the occupied Palestinian territories.

 January 2014:

1. Mohammad Adnan Abu Khater, 18, killed by Israeli bullets in Gaza.
2. Mohammad al-‘Ejla, 32, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Gaza.
3. Ahmad Za’anin, 21, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Gaza.
4. Mohammad Za’anin, 23, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Gaza.
5. Bilal Oweida, 20, killed by Israeli fire in Gaza.
6. Mohammad Mubarak, 20, killed by Israeli fire in Ramallah.

February 2014:

1. Mo’taz Washha, 25, killed by Israeli fire in Ramallah.
2. Ibrahim Mansour, 26, killed by Israeli bullets in Gaza.

March 2014:

1. Amna Qdeih, 57, killed by Israeli fire in Khuza’a, near Khan Younis in southern Gaza.
2. Mos’ab az-Za’anin, 21, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza.
3. Sharif Nasser, 31, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza.
4. Raed Z’etar, 37, lawyer; killed by an Israeli soldiers at the al-Karama Crossing between Jordan and the West Bank.
5. Saje Darwish, 18, killed by army fire near Ramallah.
6. Ismael Abu Jouda, 23, assassinated by an Israeli missile in southern Gaza.
7. Shaher Abu Shanab, 24, assassinated by an Israeli missile in southern Gaza.
8. Abdu-Shafy Moammar, 33, assassinated by an Israeli missile in southern Gaza.
9. Yousef Shawamra, killed by Israeli bullets in Hebron.
10. Hamza Abu al-Haija, 21, assassinated by army fire in Jenin.
11. Mahmoud Abu Zeina, 21, assassinated by army fire in Jenin.
12. Yazan Jabbareen, 23, assassinated by army fire in Jenin.

May 2014:

1. Nadim Nuwwara, 17, killed by army fire near Ramallah.
2. Mohammad Abu Thaher, 20, killed by army fire near Ramallah.

June 2014:

1. ‘Ala Mohammad Odah, 30, killed by army fire at the Za’tara roadblock, near Nablus.
2. Emad Salem, 52, fisherman killed by Israeli Navy fire in Gaza waters.
3. Mohammad Ahmad al-‘Aawoor, 30, assassinated by an Israeli missile in northern Gaza.
4. Ali Abdul-Latif al-‘Aawoor, 7, killed by the same missile that assassinated his uncle, Mohammad.
5. Arafat Sabbarin, 23, killed by Israeli bullets in the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, Ramallah.
6. Jihad Mohammad Doudin, 13, killed by Israeli fire in Hebron.
7. Sakher Abu Mohsen, 16, killed by Israeli landmine in the Jordan Valley.
8. Ahmad Sa’id Abu Shannon, 30, killed by army fire in Nablus.
9. Mahmoud Ismael Tarifi, 30, killed by army fire in Ramallah.
10. Mohammad Aslan, 24, killed by army fire in Ramallah.
11. Osama al-Hassoumi, 29, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Gaza.
12. Mohammad al-Faseeh, 24, assassinated by an Israeli missile in Gaza.
13. Mohammad Zayed Obeid, 26, assassinated by an Israeli shell in Gaza.

The Ahrar center said that the Israeli assaults, crimes and targeted killing are all direct and serious violations of International Law, the Fourth Geneva Convention, and all related international agreements regarding the protection of people under occupation.

It added that, encouraged but outrageous international silence, Israel continues to escalate its crimes against the Palestinians people, their lands and their holy sites.

According to detailed data by the Ahrar Center, the army has kidnapped 911 Palestinians including legislators and former political prisoners in June.

http://imemc.org/article/68351

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