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Palestine… Empty Exam Seats, Students Killed By Maha Abdul Hady, IOL Palestine Correspondent WEST BANK, June 8 (IslamOnline) - The number of high school students killed so far in the Palestinian occupied territories jumped to 211 since the start of the Intifada. Number of injured reached 2,500, in addition to 146 detained by Israeli occupation forces. 150 teachers were killed, 25 wounded, and 59 detained. The figures were released by General Manager of the Palestinian Education Ministry, Abdul Rahman Awadallah, in an interview with IslamOnline Saturday, June 8, 2002. With high school final exams around the corner, the Ministry of Education started evaluating the losses inflicted on the educational process, especially casualties among students and staff. Awadallah asserted that more than “a thousand schools, in the Palestinian territories, were damaged. 102 of them are no longer valid to resume their job. Classes were stopped in 850 schools, due to oppressive measures taken by occupation troops,” citing roadblocks and military bases. “The Ministry [of education], as well as all other Educational Directorates were totally damaged during the Israelis reoccupation of Ramallah. 150 soldiers swept into the Ministry building, destroyed computers, office tools and everything. The losses amounted to $ 2.5 in the Ramallah headquarters of the Ministry,” Awadallah said. Gaza Center for Law and Rights recently issued a report stating that 33 - 24 students and 9 teachers - were killed during the latest Israeli full-scale aggression, started March 29. In addition, universities, institutes, and schools were closed, others turned into military bases, the report added. Awadallah maintained that more than 29 thousand students have registered for High School (Secondary school) final exams, in the West Bank. As for Gaza Strip, the number reached 21,500. “Exam halls, in the West Bank, number 280, nine of which are inside Israeli detention camps. In Gaza, there are 109 exam halls, three of which are inside occupation prisons,” Awadallah added. “There are, so far, no final numbers of students wishing to sit in for the exam, due to Israeli measures,” he said, adding, however, that the Palestinian side is doing its best to preserve the interests of the detained students.

από ΕΠΙΤΡΟΠΗ ΑΛΛΗΛΕΓΓΥΗΣ ΠΡΕΒΕΖΑΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΠΑΛΑΙΣΤΙΝΙ 08/06/2002 8:10 μμ.


Last week in Palestine 30 May- 6 June 2002 June 7, 2002 (Palestine Monitor) - This week the Israeli army continued to fully occupy the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Palestinian areas were invaded, arrests carried out and at the end of the week, serious military attacks against Arafat’s headquarter in Ramallah re-confirmed the Israeli position of military assaults rather than political and legal-based reconciliation. The city of Nablus and the surrounding refugee camps were under prolonged occupation of for six days and a large number of Palestinian men, particularly from the refugee camps were detained for interrogation; 1500 men from the Balata refugee camp and 400 from the Al-‘Ain refugee camp were arrested and detained for interrogation. Following a Palestinian attack on Israeli soldiers, the Israeli army started its retaliatory campaign against the Palestinian civilian population by invading Jenin on 5 June. The campaign continued in Ramallah where the headquarters of Palestinian president Arafat was attacked and large parts of the compound was demolished from bombardment and heavy tank shelling. One member of the Palestinian national forces, Jihad Al-Khandaqji, was killed during the attack and ten others injured. The tight military siege continued to be imposed on all Palestinian cities and surrounding villages in the West Bank preventing movement in and out of the areas. In the Gaza strip separation and division of the area also continued to be imposed by roadblocks and checkpoints preventing people from crossing. The Israeli government has started to implement its separation plan through the building of a Berlin-like wall between the Palestinian territories and Israel. On 22 occasions during the past week Israeli tanks and troops escorted by helicopter gun ships invaded Palestinian areas; Tamoun village, Dheheishe refugee camp, Tulkaram, Rafah, Qalqiliya, Beit Hanoun, Beit Ummar, Halhoul, Hebron, Jenin, Ramallah, El-Bireh and Beitunia. Since the end of what Israel called “operation defensive shield” Israeli troops have now invaded on 105 occasions. In the past week Israeli soldiers killed 6 Palestinians and a large number of Palestinians were injured, including two teenaged boys from Doha who were scarred all over their bodies when they stepped on a landmine. For more information contact Palestine Monitor +972 (0)2 298 5372, 059 387 087 and see www.palestinemonitor.org

από πετρος 10/06/2002 10:17 μμ.


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