EU calls for investigation into killing of Palestinians in West Bank

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EU calls for investigation into killing of Palestinians in West Bank

The European Union (EU) has expressed concern over the killing of at least 10 Palestinians over the past 72 hours by Israeli forces, calling for an investigation into the use of force in the occupied West Bank and eastern Beitolmoghaddas. In a statement published on the social network Twitter on Saturday, the European Union expressed its deep concern over the increase in violence in the West Bank and eastern Beitolmoghaddas, referring to the use of lethal weapons by Israeli forces.

The European Union cites 2022, in which 140 Palestinians have been killed so far, as the deadliest year for Palestinians since 2016. The European Union statement added: “Under international law, the use of lethal weaponry is strictly limited to situations where there is a serious and imminent threat to human life, and human casualties must be investigated and prosecuted.


Tensions in the West Bank have increased in recent weeks because of repeated attacks by Israeli forces. There have been repeated clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces and the deaths of a number of Palestinians as Israeli security forces attempted to arrest Palestinians or destroy their homes. According to the Palestine Information Center, the United Nations is also calling for an immediate and full investigation into the new Israeli crime in the West Bank city of Nablus.

“Tor Wennesland”, the UN coordinator in the Middle East, condemned yesterday the killing of “Ammar Mufleh”, a young Palestinian resident of Nablus, who was shot by an Israeli soldier, and called for an immediate and full investigation in this regard.

A Netflix movie has infuriated the Zionist regime
AL QUDS-A Netflix film depicting Zionist militias killing or displacing hundreds of thousands of Palestinians during the Nakba (catastrophe)… has caused outrage in the Occupied Territories, according to reports from The New Arab cited by Infopal.

The film “Farha,” by Jordanian director Darine Sallam, aired Thursday on Netflix despite attacks from Israeli politicians. The film is based on a true story, portraying a 14-year-old girl who witnesses the killing of her family through a hole in the wall of her home after her father hid her from a Zionist militia.

In interviews, Sallam said she made the film to shed light on the root cause of the conflict and occupation of the Palestinian Territories. “The story has traveled with me over the years. It has stayed with me. When I was a child, I had this fear of closed, dark places, and I kept thinking about this girl and what happened to her,” Sallam told Arab News. The Nakba saw 750,000 Palestinians expelled from their homes by Zionist militias in a campaign that included murder, rape and death threats.

 

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