Israeli forces kill Palestinian child in Jenin
Palestinian child, Mahmoud Muhammad Khalil Samoudi, got martyred after succumbing to his injury following confrontations in Jenin as the IOF stormed the camp in the northern West Bank.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, on Monday, the martyrdom of a Palestinian child, following confrontations as the IOF stormed the Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank.
The ministry confirmed, in a statement today, "the death of the child Mahmoud Muhammad Khalil Samoudi, 12 years old, as a result of the severe wounds he sustained a few days ago as he was shot with live bullets in the abdomen, in Jenin."
تغطية صحفية " الصحة برام الله: استشـــهاد الطفل محمود محمد خليل سمودي (١٢ عاماً)، متأثراً بجروح بالغة، أصيب بها قبل أيام، برصاص الاحتلال الحي في البطن في جنين." pic.twitter.com/Rrau8MZbzl— المركز الفلسطيني للإعلام (@PalinfoAr) October 10, 2022
Hamas movement mourned the martyr Smoudi, stressing that "the blood of the Palestinian children, men, women, and their sacrifices will not be wasted and will be a curse upon the occupier."
Last Saturday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed the martyrdom of two Palestinians and the wounding of 11, three of whom are suffering from serious injuries, after being shot by the Israeli occupation forces in Jenin camp.
According to the ministry, the first martyr is Mahmoud Al-Sous, 18, and the second martyr is Ahmad Mohammad Hussein Daraghmeh, 19, from Tubas.
Local sources report that the occupation forces surrounded the house of Mohammad Abu Zina in Jenin amid the outbreak of violent confrontations between the Israeli occupation forces and the Resistance fighters, noting that helicopters were flying over the site of the violence.
The Al-Quds Brigades in Jenin confirmed, in a statement, that its fighters "are confronting the occupation forces inside the camp," revealing that "a military jeep was directly targeted and damaged by a number of explosive devices."
The Jenin Brigade said that "its fighters targeted sniper positions in the vicinity of the camp by firing bullets."
After arresting the brother of freed prisoner Mohammed Abu Zina, the occupation forces withdrew from Jenin camp, according to local sources.
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