IOF soldier wounded in alleged ramming operation near Ramallah
Hours after the IOF killed three Palestinians in the West Bank, Israeli media say an IOF soldier was wounded in an alleged ramming operation near Ramallah.
Israeli media reported on Tuesday that an Israeli occupation soldier was seriously injured in a ramming operation near Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank.
The media said the Israeli occupation forces shot a Palestinian man over the alleged attack.
Video clips circulated on social media showed the Israeli occupation chasing and shooting the Palestinian man.
لحظة مطاردة الجيب الذي نفذ عملية دهس المجندة قرب رام الله وإطلاق النار على المنفذ وارتقائه برصاص الاحتلال قرب المدخل الشمالي للبيرة. pic.twitter.com/ABIwL1xNIY— شبكة غزة مباشر (@gazalivee) November 29, 2022
Following reports that confirmed the Palestinian man's death, Al Mayadeen correspondent cited medical sources as saying that the man who allegedly carried out the operation was not martyred, noting that Israeli occupation forces prevented medical crews from treating him.
Kan identified the Palestinian man as 45-year-old Rani Mamoun Fayz Abu Ali, from the town of Beitunia.
Israeli media reported last week that the Israeli occupation forces arrested a 20-year-old resident of the city of Rahat for allegedly carrying out a ramming attack in Bir Al-Sabe', which moderately injured an 18-year-old IOF soldier.
Israeli media claimed the Palestinian youth drove his car on the sidewalk and rammed the soldier, leaving him with bruises and wounded limbs.
This comes a few hours after the Israeli occupation forces killed three Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday the martyrdom of Jawad Al-Rimawi, 22, and his brother Thafer Al-Rimawi, 21 years, after being shot by the Israeli occupation forces in Kafr Ein, northwest of Ramallah.
In the same context, Israeli occupation forces killed on Monday freed prisoner Palestinian Mufid Ikhlail and injured a number of citizens during confrontations in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Al-Khalil, in the occupied West Bank.