Tag Archives: militia

Abbas’s militia gloats about kidnapping a Qassam commander

[ 31/12/2010 – 10:56 PM ]   AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Abbas’s militia kidnapped on Friday Ayyoub al-Qawasmi (46 years), a commander of the Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, in al-Khalil district after 23 years of being on the wanted list for the IOF and Abbas’s militia. Fatah media sources reported the kidnapping of Qawasmi […]

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Ramallah militias detain 11 Hamas supporters

[ 27/12/2010 – 07:01 PM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Security militias loyal to the Ramallah authority of Mahmoud Abbas rounded up 11 Hamas supporters in the districts of Nablus, Tulkarem, Jenin, and Bethlehem on Monday. Local sources noted that most of the captured were either students or former prisoners in Israeli occupation jails. A PA […]

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PA militias harass Hamas officials Qabha and Hajj en route to mosque

[ 25/12/2010 – 01:37 PM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Former Palestinian minister Wasfi Qabha said that militia men from the Palestinian Authority (PA) intercepted and harrassed him along with Hamas leader Khaled Al-Hajj as they were heading for Friday prayers.. Qabha told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that the militias searched the car they were aboard, […]

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Kabaha: Claims of Fatah militia on hunger-strikers misleading

[ 24/12/2010 – 11:22 AM ]   JENIN, (PIC)– Palestinian legislator MP Wasfi Kabaha has shrugged off the fabrications made by the Fatah militia in the West Bank claiming that hunger strikers in the Fatah jails ended their strike, describing such allegations as and attempt to mislead the Palestinian public. He also deplored the Fatah […]

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Justice ministry: The PA’s crimes in W. Bank cannot be dropped by prescription

[ 21/12/2010 – 07:29 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Director of legal affairs in the Palestinian ministry of justice Osama Saad said that the Palestinian authority (PA) in the West Bank still wage frenzied political arrest campaigns among citizens, and torture everyone opposing its agenda, describing its actions as “crimes” that cannot be revoked by […]

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Son of MP Abu Jehaisha wounded during pursuit by PA militias

[ 20/12/2010 – 01:02 PM ]   Al-KHALIL, (PIC)– A son of Palestinian lawmaker Mohamed Abu Jehaisha was wounded as he was being chased on Sunday evening by militia men from the Palestinian authority (PA). Sources close to MP Abu Jehaisha said that one of his sons called Miqdad, 24, broke his leg after he […]

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PA militias kidnap 12 Palestinians in W. Bank areas

[ 16/12/2010 – 10:53 AM ]   WEST BANK, (PIC)– The latest arrest campaigns waged by security militias from the Palestinian authority (PA) in Nablus, Qalqiliya, Al-Khalil, Tulkarem and Jerusalem led to the kidnapping of 12 Palestinian citizens affiliated with Hamas Movement, according to local sources on Thursday. The sources said PA militias in Nablus […]

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Bahar calls on Abbas to stop security teamwork with Israel

[ 09/10/2010 – 08:29 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– PLC first deputy speaker Dr. Ahmed Bahar called on Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas to make “a daring national resolution to stop security cooperation with Israel before it’s to late”. He said in a statement on Friday: “To continue to engage in security cooperation with Israel […]

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Thousands participate in the funeral of Natshe in al-Kahlil

[ 08/10/2010 – 03:48 PM ] Martyr Natshe’s funeral in al-Khalil   AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Thousands of Palestinians from the southern West Bank city of al-Khalil participated in the funeral of Ma’moun al-Natshe, while preperations for transferring the body of Nash’at al-Karmi to his hometown of Tulkarem are underway. PIC correspondent said that thousands of people […]

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Fayyad’s gov’t names Jihad ‘banned organization’

[ 06/10/2010 – 02:00 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine said Fayyad’s illegitimate government in the West Bank has officially labeled the Jihad movement a “banned organization”. The government has prohibited interaction with the group and denied its elements and supporters the right to engage in public, charitable, or social activities. […]

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