IOF kill three Palestinians, injure others during Balata camp storming
Israeli occupation forces storm, search, and ransack dozens of homes in the Balata refugee camp.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced at dawn Monday that three Palestinians were killed and several others were wounded by Israeli occupation gunfire during the storming of the Balata refugee camp in the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
The Ministry identified the martyrs as Fathi Jihad Rizq, 30, Abdullah Yousef Abu Hamdan, 24, and Mohammad Bilal Zeitoun, 32.
State-run Palestinian news agency WAFA reported that the occupation forces stormed, searched, and ransacked dozens of homes in the camp and besieged others, amid violent confrontations with Palestinian Resistance fighters.
lsraeli occupation forces raid Balata camp, Nablus. pic.twitter.com/ria46WEbSG— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) May 22, 2023
According to the agency, they also blew up the house of the Abu Shalal family, injuring a young boy and girl from shrapnel and causing damage to nearby homes.
It added that occupation forces prevented ambulance crews from reaching the casualties.
lsraeli occupation forces prevent Palestinian paramedics from attending to the injured in Balata camp, Nablus. pic.twitter.com/x4XRfuDkuc— TIMES OF GAZA (@Timesofgaza) May 22, 2023
The Nablus Battalion - Balata Groups announced that its Resistance fighters confronted the occupation forces in several areas with heavy gunfire and explosive devices.
With the latest brutal Israeli occupation crime, the number of Palestinians killed at the hands of occupation forces or illegal Israeli settlers rose to 156 martyrs, including 36 in the Gaza Strip.
اصابات عديدة لا تستطيع الاسعافات إخلائها بسبب منع قوات الاحتلال من الوصول لداخل مخيم بلاطة؛— 𝚈𝙰𝚂𝙼𝙴𝙴𝙽 𝙺𝙷𝙰𝙻𝙴𝙳..𓂆 (@yasmeen_khaled4) May 21, 2023
في ظل الااشتباكات مستمرة بين مقاومين وقوات الاحتلال تزامناً مع اقتحام مخيم بلاطة شرق نابلس.
اللهُم احفظ مقاومينا بِعينك التي لا تَنام،دَعواتكم لِأبطالنا.
هذا المشهد من اماك المخيم pic.twitter.com/0WyrgyCCJX
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