A new martyr has fallen in Jenin, Palestine
Shawkat Kamal Abed was pronounced dead from the critical injuries he sustained during Jenin's confrontations with the IOF yesterday.
The Palestinian Health Ministry announced this morning the martyrdom of Shawkat Kamal Abed from the critical injuries he sustained in Jenin yesterday. 35 other Palestinians were asphyxiated from inhaling gas during their confrontations with Israeli occupation forces in Beita, south of Nablus.
صورة الشاب شوكت كمال عابد الذي ارتقى فجر اليوم متأثرًا بإصابته برصاص جيش الاحتلال خلال مواجهات يوم أمس في بلدة كفردان شمال غرب جنين". pic.twitter.com/uM2yVLGQqd— معتز أبوريدة_غزة 𓂆 🇵🇸 (@Palestine_Gaz) April 15, 2022
Al Mayadeen's correspondent had reported yesterday that two martyrs fell by Israeli occupation fire after the IOF stormed a town near Jenin: Martyr Shas Kamamji, the brother of prisoner Ayham Kamamji, and martyr Mostafa Abou Al-Rab.
Yesterday, Thursday, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Kafrdan, near Jenin, which led to the martyrdom of Shas Kamamji, brother of prisoner Ayham Kammaji, and Mustafa Abu Al-Rub, and the injury of the young man, Shawkat Kamal Abed.
The Palestinian citizen Fawaz Hamayel, from the town of Beita, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, was also shot dead by the Israeli occupation forces.
35 Palestinian youths suffocated from poison gas during a confrontation with Israeli occupation forces in Beita, south of Nablus, yesterday evening. In the meantime, the occupation forces detained young Aseel Dweikat, after storming his home in town.
Today, Friday, Israeli occupation forces violently stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque at dawn on Friday, emptying it of worshippers.
According to Al Mayadeen's correspondent, occupation forces fired sound grenades, teargas, and rubber-coated metal bullets at worshippers, injuring a number of them.
Our correspondent added that "occupation forces pursued the worshippers, assaulting them, and evacuated most of them from Al-Aqsa's courtyards, shutting all gateways there, except for Bab Huta."
In an update, the Red Crescent announced that 67 Palestinian injuries, so far, have been transferred from Al-Aqsa Mosque.