Data monitored by the Europeans for al-Quds Organization revealed that the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) committed 905 violations during November, categorized into 15 types of human rights violations. The majority of these violations were complex, dominated by raids and arrests at rates of 59.7% and 33.5%, respectively.
In its monthly report monitoring violations in the city of Jerusalem, the Foundation documented 69 shooting incidents and direct attacks by the Israeli occupation forces in the occupied neighborhoods of Jerusalem. These incidents resulted in the death of 9 citizens, including two children, and the injury of 15 citizens, with dozens suffering from suffocation. Additionally, numerous civilians were exposed, and less than 55 citizens were subjected to beatings and abuse.
The Foundation emphasized that the occupation is exploiting the ongoing conflict in the Gaza Strip by escalating its attacks and gross human rights violations in Jerusalem, attempting to impose a new fait accompli.
The report documented 540 raids by occupation forces into the towns and neighborhoods of Jerusalem, resulting in the arrest of 303 citizens, including 55 children and 22 women. Furthermore, 42 individuals were summoned, and house arrest was imposed on 25 citizens.
The report also recorded 14 demolition operations, during which 13 homes were destroyed, including 7 where owners were compelled to self-demolish their structures. Additionally, a set of notices was distributed.
During the month, 2,826 settlers and hundreds of alleged tourists participated in the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque over 22 days. Occupation forces continued to besiege Al-Aqsa Mosque, limiting the number of worshippers to less than 5,000 on Fridays.
Fifteen settler attacks targeting citizens were documented, along with Talmudic rituals held in Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The report identified 60 fixed and sudden checkpoints, 7 street closures, 13 violations related to freedom of the press, and public freedoms. Furthermore, 3 violations related to collective punishment were documented.
The occupation set up 60 fixed and sudden checkpoints, 7 street closures, 13 violations related to freedom of the press, and public freedoms, along with 3 violations related to collective punishment.
It confirmed that 2,826 settlers and hundreds of alleged tourists participated in the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque over a 22-day period. The occupation forces also continued to besiege Al-Aqsa Mosque, reducing the number of worshippers to less than 5,000 on Fridays.
The report warned of the seriousness of the violations in Jerusalem and the exploitation of the situation in the Gaza Strip to impose new realities. It called on the European Union countries and the entire international community to uphold their responsibilities, urging them to force the occupying state to respect international law and UN resolutions, including the Fourth Geneva Convention for the Protection of Civilians. The report emphasized the need to halt state terrorism against Jerusalemite civilians, allowing them to perform religious rituals, restraining settlers, and preventing robberies against the people and their property.