The ongoing demolitions of Palestinian homes in the West Bank and the ongoing attacks on olive harvest have hit the front pages of the daily newspapers.

"Palestine News" said that the Israeli occupation authorities completed a large-scale destruction campaign over the West Bank, destroying some buildings and submitting demolition requests to other people.

One of the demolished houses is located in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem, while another house is to be destroyed in the town of Tuqu ', east of Bethlehem.

The newspapers also announced that the occupation authorities had installed a side of Nazmi Abu Bakr's house in the town of Yabad, south of Jenin.

Officers repaired the room of Abu Bakr, 49, who allegedly slaughtered a fighter by throwing a lump on the head in a pre-dawn raid in the town on May 12, using serrated metal and sheet metal, resulting in the expulsion of the Abu Bakr family of nine.

Al-Quds and Al-Hayat Al-Jadeeda printed photos of individuals investigating the rubble of the destroyed house in Al-Khader, and Al-Ayyam newspaper printed another photo indicating members of the Abu Bakr family going through their home.

In the context of its move to display pioneering attacks on olive harvest, Al-Quds said that Israeli pilgrims took 90 olive trees that Palestinian farmers had picked in the town of De Al-Hatab, east of Nablus.

"Al-Ayyam" newspaper included this respect that the pilgrims prevented the owners of farms from harvesting their trees near the city of Salfit.

As reported by Al-Quds newspaper, the Israeli authorities have gathered 18 Palestinians in various strikes in the West Bank.

The newspaper Al-Quds and Al-Hayat Al-Jadida revealed that Saeb Erekat, Secretary-General of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, has not modified his illness.

In addition, the Erekat family was announced in Al-Ayyam newspaper saying that the PLO official was steadfast on ECMO.

The daily newspapers included the medical case of Maher Al-Akhras, a 49-year-old father of six, who had been on hunger strike for nearly 90 days in opposition to his administrative detention without charge or preliminary charge.

Al-Quds said that Al-Akhras has been on hunger strike for 88 days, as the Palestinians continued rallies in solidarity with him.

Al-Hayat al-Jadidah pointed out that the Palestinian mission in Geneva sent messages to the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross warning them against undermining the welfare of Al-Akhras.

"Al-Ayyam" printed a picture of a group of Jewish personalities with notifications chasing "Free Maher Al-Akhras", in contrast to Tire Al-Akhras, who expressed their interest in a solidarity march in Hebron.

According to Al-Quds newspaper, 139 Israeli pioneers stormed their way to the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex in Jerusalem and desecrated it.

It implied that the pioneer abuse came when an alleged "group of refuge" printed the image of the Dome of the Rock on the names of wine bottles.

The newspapers reported that Health Minister Mai al-Kaila stated that 569 Palestinians had obtained the novel Covid and was transmitted by six others in the relevant areas.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates in Jerusalem recorded confirmation of six new cases of the emerging coronavirus among the Palestinians in the Diaspora.

With regard to settlement efforts, the Secretary General of the Fatah Central Committee, Jibril Rajoub, has been held accountable in Jerusalem, saying that Fatah has a closed entrance exchange with the Hamas initiative.

He revealed in "Al-Ayyam" newspaper that organizing the building is a public key decision and that the settlement begins with the official announcement of the races.

Al-Quds said that occupation experts described the alternative alliance of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine at Birzeit University as "oppressive based on fear."

Al-Quds Al-Ayyam said that an Israeli police officer was accused of committing a foolish murder for the devastating shooting of Iyad Hallaq, a mentally ill Palestinian, in the Old City of Jerusalem.

According to "New Life," President Mahmoud Abbas summoned the group of Hazem Abu Shanab, a prominent leader in the Fatah Revolutionary Council, who died recently, to express his condolences.

And it included that two Japanese to assist in the understanding in the amount of $ 33 million were identified to improve the outcast Palestinian camps and build different schools in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

She said that the Bahraini political affiliations confirmed its rejection of all kinds of unification with the Israeli occupation.

She explained that the Palestinian police and the indictments are looking into the circumstances of the killing of three Palestinians in the West Bank, where a murdered woman was found in the town of Nabi Elias, east of Qalqilya.
Al-Ayyam detailed the World Bank cautioning that the GDP in the Palestinian domains is relied upon to shrink by 8 percent for 2020, a year which the global association depicted as "astoundingly troublesome".