Palestinian woman is blind by israeli bullet impact

An israeli Police detain a Palestinian woman after spraying her face with pepper spray in the city of Hebron, in the occupied West Bank. | Photo: Hispantv

A group of Israeli military attempted this Sunday against Palestinians in the town Al – Issawiya, in the Centre of Jerusalem (capital), leaving as a result a woman wounded in the left eye, which led him to lose vision, according to an official source.
The local official, Mohamed Abu al – Hamus, said that the 52-year-old, named Fatima Mahmud Obeid, woman was shot. The bullet was of steel coated with rubber.
The siege of Israel against Palestine has heightened since the Israeli military had denied access to the mosque Al – Aqsa, a sacred place for Muslims, by 2015.
Palestinians denounce that they have taken more steps to harm them as in the city of Al – Quds judaization, the continued construction of illegal settlements, condemned even by the Decolonization Committee of the United Nations and the destruction of historic sites.

The protestors held Palestinian flags during a protest. Photo: Reuters the illegal occupation that keeps the Permanent Observer of Palestine to the United Nations (UN), Riyad Mansour, demanded the Security Council end the israeli occupation as a way to clear the path to stability in the Middle East. He recalled that the occupation begun by Israel in 1967 has been one of the problems that has generated instability in the Middle East.
“In the heart of instability in our region is the Palestinian question, a grave injustice without remedy, which generates suffering and threatens international peace and security”, he said at an open debate of the Council.

Palestinians shout slogans during a demonstration in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails. Photo: Reuters despite that the representative of Israel to the UN, Danny Danon, denied that his country is responsible for the chaos in the region, and to UN accusations part of “a campaign against Tel Aviv”, lately the israeli Government is building more housing. 
In January of this year, the israeli premier Benyamin Netanyahu and Minister of military affairs, Avigdor Lieberman, approved the building of at least two thousand 500 homes in the occupied West Bank, whose majority is located in the colonies in the Palestinian territories. This project is the largest that has been adopted in these lands from 2013.
Days earlier gave the go-ahead to other 566 housing construction in colonies located in the same city of Al – Quds, occupied by Israel since 1967.