The Israeli occupation has perpetrated 2,150 violations against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem over the past month, a report by Hamas’ Information Office in the West Bank has found.
The report added that the Israeli occupation forces had shot and wounded 155 Palestinians and detained 478 others last month.
1,801 Israeli settlers have stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in June, marking a spike in the number of settlers breaking into the Muslim sacred site compared to May in which some 75 settlers raided the al-Aqsa Mosque.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation has banned 48 Palestinians, including Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, head of the Higher Islamic Council in occupied Jerusalem and a preacher at the al-Aqsa Mosque, over the last month.
Last month, Palestinian towns and cities in the West Bank saw 325 raids by Israeli occupation forces.
In addition, Israeli occupation forces erected 492 permanent and temporary checkpoints throughout the occupied West Bank.
The number of colonial violations has jumped to 78, including expropriating and razing Palestinian lands and building settler-only roads and settlement units on occupied Palestinian territory. And Israeli settlers have carried out 72 attacks against Palestinian civilians over the last month.
The report documented 114 shootings against Palestinians by Israeli occupation soldiers and settlers and 21 assaults on places of worship and holy sites.
Jerusalem, Hebron, and Nablus were the most hit by Israeli violations, where 474, 272, and 222 atrocities were committed respectively, according to the report.