RNA - Hamas’ media office said that 32,252 Israeli violations were reported over 2018 including deliberate killing, arrests, raids, travel ban, and demolitions, Palinfo reported.
49 Palestinians were killed and 3,567 others were injured last year by Israeli soldiers and settlers under flimsy pretexts, the annual report added.
The report also documented the arrest of 5,538 Palestinians including children, women and elderly.
In 2018, Israeli forces erected 4,464 military checkpoints across West Bank and occupied Jerusalem and carried out 6,434 raids into Palestinian cities and towns.
136 Palestinians houses were also demolished during the reported period, including 66 houses in occupied Jerusalem, while 3,361 houses were violently stormed.
According to the report, 369 Palestinian properties were confiscated while 381 others were destroyed.
The report also documented 762 settlers’ attacks in 2018, whereas 3,429 Palestinians’ travel was banned.
Along the same line, 206 Palestinians were denied entry into occupied Jerusalem and al-Aqsa Mosque.
The report revealed that 291 incursions under the protection of the occupation forces were carried out into holy sites mostly in al-Aqsa Mosque.
The reported violations were mainly carried out in Ramallah, occupied Jerusalem, and Nablus.