One Month After Ceasefire: Israeli Violations in Gaza and World Silence

palestinian_gaza_fence_israel_tankOn 21 November 2012, and came to a agreement to end the 14 day that had killed many and injured hundreds of innocent civilians starting 14 November. The terms of the latest agreement include ending all hostilities by Israelis and , and facilitating the freedom of movement and transfer of goods within . Though has been silent, Israel has violated these simple truce points continuously since they were agreed upon. Not only are the crossings still very restricted, but the fire into Gaza continues, with the first one occurring only four days after the truce agreement.

Here we list some of Israel’s breaches of the ceasefire agreement and will continue to update as events occur. We’ll keep track even as others look away.

11/25/2012

“Israeli forces opened fire at a group of Palestinians in Gaza on Sunday, lightly injuring one man, a Gaza medical official said.” (Read more)

11/26/2012

“Two people were shot by Israeli forces east of Rafah on Monday, a health ministry spokesman said, in the second consecutive day of shooting along Gaza’s border.” (Read more)

11/28/2012

“Israeli forces detained nine off Gaza’s north coast on Wednesday, a local official said. As part of a ceasefire to end Israel’s recent eight-day on Gaza, Israel agreed to allow fishermen to sail six nautical miles off the coast of Gaza instead of three, which had been the limit under Israel’s (Read more)

11/29/2012

“Israeli military vehicles crossed near the al-Qarara town northeast of Khan Younis on Thursday in a new breach of the Gaza ceasefire, a Ma’an reporter said.” (Read more)

“On Wednesday Israeli forces shot and injured seven Palestinians near the border in the central Gaza Strip, medics said. Seven people were shot at east of al-Maghazi and al-Bureij refugee camps and transferred to the al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital. One man sustained serious injuries, medical officials told Ma’an.” (Read more)

“Earlier, 27-year-old was shot by Israeli forces near Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip while collecting iron and gravel, medics told Ma’an.” (Read more)

11/30/2012

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“On Friday, 11 Palestinians sustained wounds by Israeli fire along the borders between the Gaza Strip and Israel.” (Read more)

12/01/2012

“The Israeli navy on Saturday stopped 13 Palestinian fishermen and detained them off the coast, a Gaza official said.” (Read more)

12/02/2012

“An unexplained explosion in the central Gaza Strip injured three people on Sunday morning, a medical official said.” (Read more)

“A young Palestinian man died late Friday of wounds he sustained hours earlier by Israeli gunfire east of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip.” (Read more)

12/03/2012

“Israeli soldiers shot and injured a Palestinian teenager on Monday near a border fence area of central Gaza, medics said.” (Read more)

12/10/2012

“Witnesses said Israeli military vehicles crossed the border into the Gaza Strip near Khan Younis on Monday morning.” (Read more)

12/14/2012

“A young Palestinian man was shot and injured Friday evening by Israeli soldiers east of Jabaliya in the northern Gaza Strip, medical officials said.” (Read more)

12/16/2012

“A Palestinian man was shot in the chest by Israeli forces near the Gaza border on Sunday, witnesses said.” (Read more)

12/17/2012

“Israeli naval forces shot and wounded a Palestinian in waters off the northern Gaza Strip on Monday, sources on both sides said.” (Read more)

12/18/2012

“On Tuesday morning, a number of Israeli military vehicles invaded the eastern part of Khan Younis to the south of the Gaza Strip.” (Read more)

12/21/2012

“Israeli forces shot and injured five Palestinians on Friday in the northern Gaza Strip, a health ministry spokesman said. Ashraf al-Qidra said five Palestinians were hospitalized with moderate wounds after being shot near the border with Israel. ” (Read more)

Source: The Jerusalem Fund | © Sabbah Report: http://sabbah.biz/mt/?p=16221

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