Monday, December 20, 2021

  • Monday, December 20, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon

Palestine Today mentions, as an aside in a story about a Palestinian Authority political prisoner who was recently released, that in recent weeks  PA security services have launched a massive campaign of arrests of activists, freed prisoners, intellectuals and writers, especially those with Hamas ties in the run up to Hamas' 34th anniversary celebrations this month.

A group called  Lawyers for Justice announced earlier this month that it had documented dozens of arrests of West Bank Palestinians and activists of various backgrounds because of their political beliefs. They said that the arrest campaigns started in October. The groups counts over 200 arrests and detentions since May.

Most of these arrests took place without presenting an arrest or search warrant, and many of the arrests were violent, as were many of the detentions themselves.

There is one major question that needs to be answered:

Are the hundreds of journalists who cover the Palestinians  thoroughly incompetent for not mentioning this story, or are they aware of it and decided that is wasn't worth reporting because it would damage the narrative of Palestinians being oppressed by Israel alone?

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