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Newspapers Review: Cold-blooded Israeli army murder of Palestinian youth highlight of the dailies

Newspapers Review: Cold-blooded Israeli army murder of Palestinian youth highlight of the dailies

RAMALLAH, Tuesday, August 16, 2022 (WAFA) - The cold-blooded Israeli army murder of Palestinian youth, Mohammad Shaham, in front of his family after storming his house in Kufr Aqab neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem was highlighted on the front page of the three Palestinian Arabic dailies published today.

The three newspapers, al-Quds, al-Hayat al-Jadida, and al-Ayyam, also highlighted the arrival of President Mahmoud Abbas in Germany on an official visit, the occupation forces storming of several Palestinian cities and towns, suppression of a stand against settlements near Tulkarm, destroying trees and seizing equipment in the Jordan Valley, and the cabinet deciding to provide 82 million Israeli shekels to the energy sector this year and to start using a new passport in September.

 

Here are the main headlines of the three dailies:

Al-Quds

Execution of Mohammad Shaham in front of his family

Two settlement outposts in Tulkarm and Hebron, and the army destroys trees and confiscates equipment in the Jordan Valley

The President arrives in Berlin and meets the German chancellor today

The government: 82 million shekels to support the energy sector this year and the start to use the new passport

 

Al-Hayat al-Jadida

Mohammad Shaham..slaughtered in cold blood at his home; the United Nations calls for an immediate and independent investigation into the circumstances of his murder

Occupation court refuses to release hunger striker Khalil Awawda

The President arrives in Germany on an official visit and will meet with Chancellor Olaf Scholz today

Cabinet: 82 million shekels for the energy sector for this year; a decision to start using the new passport

 

Al-Ayyam

The occupation army executes the young man, Mohammad Shaham, in front of his family, inside his house in Kufr Aqab

The President begins an official visit to Germany and will meet with Chancellor Scholz today

Intrusions into Hebron, Qabatiya and Deheisheh, and the suppression of a stand against settlements near Tulkarm

The government provides 82 million shekels to support the energy sector to reduce the bill for the rise in prices

Trump pledged in a secret letter to Netanyahu to support the annexation of West Bank lands to Israel

An occupation court rejects Awawda's appeal to release him despite his deteriorating health condition

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