RAMALLAH, Sunday, May 28, 2023 (WAFA) – Palestinian Arabic-language dailies focused today on the Israeli occupation army’s repression yesterday of nonviolent anti-settlement protesters in the town of Burqa, to the north of Nablus, who were demonstrating against the potential return of Israeli settlers to the nearby settlement outpost of Homesh, evacuated in 2005.
These are the main headlines:
- Settlers establish an outpost in the Jordan Valley, and the Israeli siege of al-Mughayyir continues for the 15th day.
- Two solidarity vigils held in support of sick Palestinian prisoner Walid Daqqa.
- For the 21st week in a row: Tens of thousands of Israelis demonstrate against the [far-right] Israeli government.
- President Abbas: The PLO has preserved the independent national decision-making.
- The PLO Executive Committee forms a committee of its members to enhance dialogue with the UNRWA.
- President Abbas: The PLO has preserved the independent national decision and protected the national project from being lost.
- The PLO Executive Committee forms a committee of its members to enhance dialogue with the UNRWA regarding teachers’ demands.
- Two solidarity vigils held in Ramallah and Baqa Al-Gharbiyye in support of sick Palestinian prisoner Walid Daqqa.
- Israeli settlers set up a cowshed in the northern Jordan Valley.
- Israeli occupation soldiers assault a young man near the town of Sa’ir.
- PLO Secretary-General Hussein Sheikh calls for a comprehensive national dialogue under the leadership of the PLO.
- Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs commemorates the Nakba for the first time.
- Female Palestinian teacher Abir Quneibi wins the Creative Teacher Award at the level of the Arab world.
- Injuries as Israeli occupation forces quell a march in the village of Burqa.
- Settlers set up a new settlement outpost in the northern Jordan Valley.
- President Abbas: The PLO has preserved the national project and everyone is invited to join its ranks.
- The Israeli government backtracks on passing the “civil society bill” under international pressure.
- For the 21st week... Tens of thousands of Israelis demonstrate against the Netanyahu government.