IOF storm Nablus, blow up house of prisoner Kamal Jouri
The Palestine Red Crescent Society confirms ambulance crews dealt with 165 cases of suffocation as a result of toxic gas.
Israeli occupation forces blew up, at dawn today, Thursday, the house of the prisoner Kamal Jouri's family in the city of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank.
The house of the prisoner Jouri's family is located on the second floor of a residential building in the Tal Street area. It has an area of 130 square meters and houses 5 people.
Large forces of the Israeli occupation army stormed, at dawn, the Tal Street area in Nablus, surrounded the house of the prisoner Kamal Jouri, and blew it up hours later, as Palestinians stood up against the aggression.
Watch: Israeli occupation forces blow up the family house of Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jails Kamal Jouri in Nablus in the occupied West Bank, earlier this morning, as a punitive measure.— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) June 22, 2023
Jouri was arrested in February 13 by Israeli forces after accusing him of carrying out… pic.twitter.com/wDVlXn3V5I
The Palestine Red Crescent Society in Nablus confirmed that the ambulance crews dealt with 165 cases of suffocation as a result of toxic gas, one of whom necessitated transfer to the hospital.
The IOF evacuated two houses in the vicinity of the house of the prisoner Jouri’s family and also directly targeted an ambulance with a gas bomb, causing material damage to it.
Local media reported that confrontations broke out between Palestinians and the occupation forces, whose snipers were stationed on the roofs in the vicinity of the building, firing dozens of tear gas canisters to disperse the Palestinians.
After the bombing and demolishing his house, the father of the prisoner Kamal Jouri said, "The stone that was demolished, we will build a thousand stones in its place, and our resolute will remain high."
In Pictures: Destruction left behind Israeli occupation forces after blowing up the family house of Palestinian prisoner in Israeli jails Kamal Jouri in Nablus in the occupied West Bank, earlier this morning, as a punitive measure. pic.twitter.com/aItlhbOuPT— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) June 22, 2023
Israeli occupation forces also raided Imad Al-Lahham's house, about 100 meters from Jouri's house, and detained the family in one room.
The Israeli occupation authorities accuse the prisoner Kamal Jouri (22 years) and his compadre, Osama Al-Taweel (22 years), and the martyr Hussam Islim (24 years), of carrying out the shooting attack at the “Shafi Shomron” military checkpoint established on the lands of the town of Deir Sharaf, west of Nablus, on October 11 last year, which resulted in the death of an Israeli soldier.
A week ago, Israeli occupation forces stormed the city of Nablus in the West Bank from several sides and demolished the house of the prisoner Osama Al-Taweel.
The Israeli occupation army is intensifying the policy of demolishing the homes of the Palestinians accused of carrying out operations as a deterrent step, but this step has so far only led to counterproductive results, as the families increase their adherence to resistance in the face of the occupation.