Al-Nakhala: We will not stand idly by in the face of Israeli crimes
The Secretary-General of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement (PIJ) Ziad Al-Nakhala vows that the Palestinian Resistance "will perform its duties and respond to Israeli crimes."
The Secretary-General of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement (PIJ) Ziad Al-Nakhala expressed his deepest and utmost condolences to the Palestinian people, most notably the families of martyrs who passed away today in Jenin.
In an exclusive interview for Al Mayadeen, Al-Nakhala said that "the enemy's crimes in Jenin and the West Bank will not make us stand idle," promising that the movement "will perform its duties and respond to Israeli crimes."
Furthermore, he emphasized that "the unity of the Palestinian people will remain on our priority list."
Earlier today, three young Palestinian men were wounded by live ammunition Wednesday during violent confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) after their storming of the Jenin refugee camp, besieging a house, and targeting it with a missile.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent stated that Palestinian security officer Ahmed Alawneh was shot in the head while he was resisting at the entrance of the Jenin refugee camp.
Moreover, our correspondent confirmed the fall of two martyrs in the house of the Al-Khazem family, which was besieged, by the occupation forces, namely Mohammad Al-Wani and Abed Al-Khazem, brother of Raad Al-Khazem.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed the martyrdom of three Palestinians and the wounding of 44 others by live bullets, some of whom are suffering critical injuries, during the Israeli occupation's aggression on Jenin.
The director of Jenin Hospital stated that two young men were wounded by live bullets in the chest during the confrontations, and described their condition as serious, and a third was wounded in the feet.
The occupation forces brought in military reinforcements, accompanied by two military bulldozers, surrounded the city of Jenin from all directions, and prevented ambulances from reaching the besieged area, while the confrontations are still ongoing.
Last April, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the Israeli occupation forces surrounded the house of the martyr Raad Khazem and demanded that his family surrender themselves. The occupation forces also stormed the farm of the family of martyr Khazem in the village of Deir Ghazala, east of Jenin.
Raad Khazem (29 years), was martyred on the eighth of last April, during a confrontation with Israeli special forces.
Since the beginning of 2022, the IOF killed more than 70 Palestinians, 27 of them from Jenin and its camp including Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was covering an Israeli raid in Jenin.