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18 April
2002
After touring Jenin Refugee Camp, UN envoy Terje Roed-Larsen calls the scene "horrifying beyond belief," saying it is a "blot that will forever live on the history of the state of Israel" and demands “immediate access” by international hu¬manitarian agencies. The Israeli govt.'s decides to consider Larsen a persona non grata due to his report of events in Jenin.
2002
In Nablus, the bodies of over 70 Palestinians, incl. children and women, killed during the Israeli incursion, are buried in a mass grave during a lift of the curfew.
2001
A resolution adopted by the UN Commission on Human Rights calls for the cessation of settlement expansion. A second resolution calls for Israel to stop imposing its laws and jurisdiction over Syrian citizens in the Golan Heights.
1996
The first Qana massacre in which IOF shelled a Fijian UNIFIL compound, where Lebanese civilians took refuge, killing 106 and wounding 116 others.
1984
Arab countries hold a conference at Fez in Morocco to discuss the Israeli Knesset's declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
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IOF soldiers storm school, arrest 18 students
IOF soldiers storm school, arrest 18 students
[ 26/02/2013 - 11:42 AM ]

NABLUS, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed a secondary school in Til village, Nablus province, and arrested 18 students who were playing football in the school’s playground on Tuesday morning.

The Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights quoted an eyewitness as saying that the soldiers burst into the school and detained all those in the playground who were in the age category 17-19 years old.

The eyewitness said that the soldiers did not allow the youngsters to wear their ordinary clothes and took them away in the light sports clothes in such a cold weather.

Fuad Al-Khafsh, the center’s director, denounced the unjustified act and demanded immediate action to save the students. The school kids are reportedly held in the Hawara army camp to the south of Nablus.

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