Newspaper Review: Israeli on the Spot Shooting of Woman Allegedly Accused of Stabbing Settler Focus of Dailies

RAMALLAH, December 2, 2014 (WAFA) – The three Palestinian Arabic dailies highlighted in their Tuesday issue the Monday incident during which Israeli forces shot and critically injured  a young Palestinian woman for allegedly stabbing an Israeli settler near Bethlehem.

Following are the main headlines:

Al-Quds:

 

– [Israel] continues its arrests and raids across the West Bank … a young woman from Beit Fajjar was seriously injured [by Israeli fire] for allegedly stabbing a settler.

– [Palestinian] prisoners [in Israeli jails] began protest steps against [ongoing] harsh imprisonment conditions.

– The Supreme Court of Israel is due tomorrow to decide on demolishing the family houses of Jerusalemites [suspected of launching anti-Israeli attacks].

– The [Israeli] municipality of West Jerusalem demolishes a [Palestinian] house in Issawiya.

– Owners of houses [which were bombarded during the summer aggression on Gaza] hold a sit-in in front of UNRWA’s headquarters in Gaza.

– An Israeli court rejects a plea submitted by Jewish rabbi Yehuda Glick to be allowed to [provocatively] visit al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

Al-Ayyam:

 

– A young woman was seriously injured [by Israeli fire] after she [allegedly] stabbed an Israeli settler near Gush Etzion settlement.

– [Israeli PM] Benjamin Netanyahu warns his allies he would go for early parliamentary elections if no “government discipline” is achieved.

– Israeli army launches a large-scale search campaign in the villages of Huwwara and Qabalan near Nablus.

– Netanyahu instructs [Finance Minister] Yair Lapid of five preconditions for sustaining current government coalition.

– [A settler] assaults a Palestinian taxi driver in West Jerusalem.

– Supreme Court of Israel is due to hear a plea against the demolition of the houses of Ibrahim Akkariand Mu’taz Hijazi.

– [Jewish Settlers] spray anti-Arab graffiti on the walls of a school in Beit Safafa.

– Washington and Ankara are about to reach an agreement, under which a buffer zone is likely to be established along Turkey-Syria borders.

Al-Hayat al-Jadida:

 

– A young woman was seriously injured [after she allegedly] stabbed an Israeli settler near Gush Etzion settlement … Israel demolishes a house in Issawiya.

– President Abbas receives an invitation from his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika to visit Algeria.

– [Israeli Minister of Justice] Tzipi Livni: either the government reins in terrorism and racialism, or we go for elections.

– Ministry of Transportation: we will not allow used Israeli cars to be sold in Gaza.

– Supreme Court of Israel is due to hear a plea against the demolition of the houses [of Ibrahim Akkariand Mu’taz Hijazi.]

– United States army warns of potential strikes by ISIS on US targets.

 

 

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