Video posted by Sara Beninga on facebook
( Summary- This wednsday 6/03/2013 a group of Balad (A tajamoua) activists held a peaceful demonstration in support of the political prisoners of Palestinian prisoners at Har Hatzofim, hebrew university campus, Jerusalem. After the protest ended, the police assaulted and arrested 3 of the protests’ leader. The arrestees were released the day after with no charges
Bet Safafa Facebook page reports that residents of Bet Safafa protested against the planned route of road number 4 at Dov Hoz street, east Jerusalem today. The protest was pre- coordinated earlier with the Police. Despite that, police cavalry were deployed to disperse the protest, chased the protesters and injured 3 of them. Undercover policemen disguised as protesters were spotted in the crowd attempting to provoke the protesters. 8 protesters were arrested while standing on the pavement of them 1 is a minor. The people of Bet Safafa are currently protesting in front of Moriyah police station, Talpiot. Bet Safafa FB page updated that the minor has been released.
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7 Protesters from Bet Safafa are still held in custody. There will be a court discussion today regarding the extension of their arrest. The people of Bet Safafa call on solidarity protest vigil in front of court. Accurate time and location to be announced later.
Manal Da’na was arrested almost two weeks ago in suspicion of attempting to stab an Israeli soldier. The court extended her detention until 22 October. Da’na, 32, is a resident of Silwan and a mother of two.
The IOF arrested Hazem al-Qesaq from Jerusalem a short time ago.
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In the last few hours, stones were hurled at settlers in Shaykh Jarrah. One 28 year old settler was moderately injured. IOF is now raiding the area.
Stones were also hurled at settlers near Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem. No injuries reported.
Settlers are reporting a girl was lightly injured from stones hurled at a family of settlers near Silwan.
Molotov cocktail hurled at a settlers bus near Hizmeh. No injuries reported. The bus was slightly damaged.
Photojournalist ‘Ata ‘Awisat was covering a news story in one of Jerusalem’s orthodox Jewish neighbourhoods when a large stone hit his head followed by more. He lost consciousness and was taken to hospital where his head was stitched. He is suffering from a concussion.
Ahmed Mansour Abu Ghariya (16) was arrested at his home in Silwan.