After Jenin massacre, 'Israel' fears response from resistance
Israeli media reports that the Israeli occupation police ordered double vigilance in the West Bank for fear of reprisals after the attack on Jenin yesterday.
Israeli media reported that the Israeli security and military establishment is preparing for "retaliatory operations" after the Israeli Special Forces operation (Yamam) in Jenin yesterday, which led to the martyrdom of six Palestinians, including the one who carried out the Huwara operation.
The IOF carried out arrests, which included the two sons of the perpetrator of the Huwara operation, Abdel Fattah Khrusheh, whom the Al-Qassam Brigades mourned, while IOF said his two sons were involved in carrying out the shooting.
Last night, occupation police issued "an order to double the state of vigilance, and have a prominent presence in Al-Quds," according to Israeli media.
Palestinian resistance factions, including the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Hamas, threatened to take revenge for the Israeli attack, during which a house was besieged and its occupants targeted.
In turn, Al Mayadeen's correspondent in the West Bank indicated that areas of the West Bank today are witnessing a general strike, and added that there is a state of anger after the occupation declared a state of alert.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent in occupied Palestine confirmed that the occupation forces targeted ambulances and used Palestinians as human shields during the raid.
تشييع أقمار جنين 💔💔 ...... pic.twitter.com/4E4hS0RQyp— الشايِب 𓂆 ☭ (@Al_Shayeb20) March 7, 2023
Local Palestinian sources said a special Israeli force infiltrated the outskirts of Jenin using a camouflaged truck, while military vehicles headed from the Al-Jalama checkpoint toward the camp to besiege a house belonging to the family of martyr Amjad Al-Azmi.
According to medical sources, three Palestinians injured by Israeli gunfire arrived at Jenin Hospital, while the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed the martyrdom of 26-year-old Mohammad Ghazzawi who was shot in the chest.
🔴Happening now: Israeli occupation forces are raiding the #Jenin refugee camp. At least one #Palestinian was murdered, four were injured, and several others were arrested. #Palestine pic.twitter.com/c70xwZYwOy— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) March 7, 2023
In the same context, hundreds of citizens participated in separate demonstrations in various regions of the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, to condemn the massacre committed by the occupation in Jenin and to support the prisoners in the Israeli occupation prisons.
The demonstrations were launched at the invitation of the national and Islamic forces and the Prisoners Committee, under the slogan "March of Anger" to denounce the occupation's crime and the massacre committed in Jenin, while chanting support for the resistance.
IOF arrest three Palestinians in Nablus
In Nablus, Israeli occupation forces stormed the Askar refugee camp and arrested three Palestinian brothers, Khaled, Abed, and Qassam Kharrousha, after besieging their house in the city, as per Al Mayadeen's correspondent in the West Bank. The IOF took the brothers to an unknown destination.
The IOF completely shut down all entrances to the city of Nablus during their raid.
Moreover, liberated prisoner Muhammad Jaradat, confirmed to Al Mayadeen that occupation forces arrested two Palestinian doctors in Nablus during the raid.
Our correspondent said dozens of Israeli suicide drones are flying over the West Bank. The stormings of Jenin and Nablus come a few hours after illegal Israeli settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of Israeli occupation soldiers.