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21 April
2004
IOF troops conduct a wide scale incursion into the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahya killing 13 Palestinians, wounding 50 others and demolishing a number of homes
2002
The IOF winds up Operation Defensive Shield withdrawing from Nablus and parts of Ramallah. The PRCS says at least 216 Palestinians have been killed and 416 wounded to date. The army remains in Bethlehem and in the area of the Muqata’a in Ramallah.
1998
Netanyahu asks the far-right party Moledet, which advocates the ‘transfer’ all Palestinians, including Israeli citizens to Arab countries, to join his coalition.
1988
Palestinian leader Khalil al-Wazir is buried in Yarmuk Refugee Camp, Damascus.
1988
Washington Post reports Israeli cabinet approved assassination of Khalil al-Wazir during April 13 meeting and that the operation was planned by Mossad and the Israeli army, navy and air force.
1948
Operation Misparayim (meaning scissor): British forces suddenly withdraw from Haifa precipitating all-out Haganah dawn offensive against city's Palestinian population. Offensive accompanied by heavy mortar shelling of Palestinian residential quarters.
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Four Palestinian prisoners go on hunger strike until their release
Four Palestinian prisoners go on hunger strike until their release
[ 29/11/2012 - 10:37 AM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- Four Palestinian prisoners, who were taken from their homes in the recent Israeli military arrest campaign in the West Bank, have declared they would go on hunger strike until their release.

The prisoners, all from Jenin province, were protesting their arbitrary arrest then holding them in administrative detention without trial or charge.

Jafar Ezzuddin, who was previously released from Israeli occupation jails after 56 days of hunger strike, was the first to announce he was on hunger strike demanding his release.

Another detainee, Tarek Qadan, also announced his hunger strike until his release. His sister Mona Qadan was detained a few days ago.

Two others said that they were protesting their administrative custody and would maintain their strike until their release.

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