It has come to our attention that the vast majority of articles about violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories have failed to include the names of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces. A partial list, that will be updated in the next issue, of those killed since October includes: Mohannad Halabi, 19, al-Bireh – Ramallah; Fadi Alloun, 19, Jerusalem; Amjad Hatem al-Jundi, 17, Hebron; Thaer Abu Ghazala, 19, Jerusalem; Abdul-Rahma Obeidallah, 11, Bethlehem; Hotheifa Suleiman, 18, Tulkarem; Wisam Jamal Faraj, 20, Jerusalem; Mohammad al-Ja’bari, 19, Hebron; Ahmad Jamal Salah, 20, Jerusalem; Ishaq Badran, 19, Jerusalem; Mohammad Said Ali, 19, Jerusalem; Ibrahim Ahmad Mustafa Awad, 28, Hebron; Ahmad Abdullah Sharaka, 13, Al Jalazoun Refugee camp – Ramallah; Mostafa Al Khateeb, 18, Sur-Baher, Jerusalem; Hassan Khalid Manassra, 15, Jerusalem; Mohammad Nathmie Shamasna, 22, Qotna – Jerusalem; Baha’ Elian, 22, Jabal Al Mokaber – Jerusalem; Mutaz Ibrahim Zawahra, 27, Bethlehem; Ala’ Abu Jammal, 33, Jerusalem; Bassem Bassam Sidr, 17, Hebron; Ahmad Abu Sh’aban, 23, Jerusalem; Riyadh Ibraheem Dar-Yousif, 46, Al Janyia village Ramallah; Fadi Al-Darbi , 30, Jenin; Eyad Khalil Al Awawdah, Hebron; Ihab Hannani, 19, Nablus; Fadel al-Qawasmi, 18, Hebron; Mo’taz Ahmad ‘Oweisat, 16, Jerusalem; Bayan Abdul-Wahab al-‘Oseyli, 16, Hebron; Tariq Ziad an-Natsha, 22, Hebron; Omar Mohammad al-Faqeeh, 22, Qalandia; Mohannad al-‘Oqabi, 21, Negev; Hoda Mohammad Darweesh, 65, Jerusalem; Hamza Mousa Al Amllah, 25, Hebron; Odai Hashem al-Masalma, 24, Beit ‘Awwa; Hussam Isma’el Al Ja’bari, 18, Hebron; Bashaar Nidal Al Ja’bari, 15, Hebron; Hashem al-‘Azza, 54, Hebron; Moa’taz Attalah Qassem, 22, Eezariyya town near Jerusalem; Mahmoud Khalid Eghneimat, 20, Hebron; Ahmad Mohammad Said Kamil, Jenin; Dania Jihad Irshied, 17, Hebron; Sa’id Mohamed Yousif Al-Atrash, 20, Hebron; Raed Sakit Abed Al Raheem Thalji Jaradat, 22, Sa’er – Hebron; Eyad Rouhi Ihjazi Jaradat, 19, Sa’er – Hebron; Ezzeddin Nadi Sha’ban Abu Shakhdam, 17, Hebron; Shadi Nabil Dweik, 22, Hebron; Homam Adnan Sa’id, 23, Tal Romeida, 48, Hebron; Islam Rafiq Obeid, 23, Tal Romeida – Hebron; Nadim Eshqeirat, 52, Jerusalem; Mahdi Mohammad Ramadan al-Mohtasib, 23, Hebron; Farouq Abdul-Qader Seder, 19, Hebron; Qassem Saba’na, 20; Ahmad Hamada Qneibi, 23, Jerusalem; Ramadan Mohammad Faisal Thawabta, 8-month-old baby, Bethlehem; Mahmoud Talal Abdul-Karim Nazzal, 18, al-Jalama checkpoint near Jenin; Fadi Hassan al-Froukh, 27, Beit Einoun, east of Hebron; Ahmad Awad Abu ar-Rob, 16, Jenin; Samir Ibrahim Skafi, 23, Hebron; Malek Talal Sharif, 25, Hebron; Tharwat Ibrahim Salman Sha’rawi, 73, Hebron; Salman Aqel Mohammad Shahin, 22, Nablus; Rasha Ahmad Hamed ‘Oweissi, 24, Qalqilia; Mohammad Abed Nimir, 37, Jerusalem; Sadeq Ziyad Gharbiyya, 16, Jenin; Abdullah Azzam Shalalda, 26, Hebron; Mahmoud Mohammad Issa Shalalda, 22, Sa’ir – Hebron; Hasan Jihad al-Baw, 22, Halhoul – Hebron; Lafi Yousef Awad, 22, Budrus – Ramallah; Shadi Hussam Doula, 20, Gaza; Ahmad Abdul-Rahman al-Harbawi, 20, Gaza; Abed al-Wahidi, 20, Gaza; Mohammad Hisham al-Roqab, 15, Gaza; Adnan Mousa Abu ‘Oleyyan, 22, Gaza; Ziad Nabil Sharaf, 20, Gaza; Jihad al-‘Obeid, 22, Gaza; Marwan Hisham Barbakh, 13, Gaza; Khalil Omar Othman, 15, Gaza; Nour Rasmie Hassan, 30, Gaza; Rahaf Yahya Hassan, 2, Gaza; Yahya Abdel-Qader Farahat, 23, Gaza; Shawqie Jamal Jaber Obeid, 37, Gaza; Mahmoud Hatem Hameeda, 22, Northern Gaza; Ahmad al-Sarhi, 27, al-Boreij, Gaza; Yihya Hashem Kreira, Gaza; Khalil Hassan Abu Obeid, 25, Khan Younis; Salama Mousa Abu Jame’, 23, Khan Younis. Source: Palestinian Health Ministry.
An article on Friday was misleadingly titled “Deadly Clashes near West Bank town of Deheishe.” It has been corrected to read: “Israeli forces kill 2 Palestinians in Deheishe refugee camp in the Occupied West Bank.”
An article on Monday regarding United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power’s visit to Israel incorrectly stated that the purpose of the ambassador’s trip was to discuss the peace process. According to a close aide, the purpose of Ambassador Power’s meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister was to warn him that the United States would consider sanctions against Israel if it continued to build settlements in violation of international law.
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