Jenin: Two Palestinian youths martyred at hands of IOF
The two martyrs are Shas Kamamji (brother of Ayham Kamamji, one of the six prisoners of Operation Freedom Tunnel, from the village of Kafr Dan and Mustafa Abu Al-Rub from the village of Masiliya.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that Israeli occupation forces have killed two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, bringing the total number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces to eight since the weekend.
Our correspondent added that the two martyrs are Shas Kamamji (brother of Ayham Kamamji, one of the six prisoners of Operation Freedom Tunnel) from the village of Kafr Dan and Mustafa Abu AlRub from the village of Masiliya.
Four other Palestinians were wounded by live ammunition during confrontations with the occupation forces in the town of Kafr Dan, northwest of Jenin in the northern West Bank, according to our reporter.
A new wave of mass arrests
The Israeli occupation forces again launched a massive arrest campaign at dawn today, Thursday, in the occupied West Bank, arresting 13 Palestinians.
The Israeli occupation forces have also arrested 3 Palestinians from the Nablus governorate.
Local security sources told Wafa News Agency that the occupation forces arrested Bilal Shtayyeh from Tal village, Amir Shtayyeh from his home in Rafidia, and Hamdi Dweikat from Balata Al-Balad.
خلال الساعات الثلاثة الماضية، اعتقل جيش الاحتلال أربعة شبان من منازلهم في #الضفة الغربية، وهم: جبريل شاهر الأطرش من مدينة الخليل، وأمير اشتية ومالك اشتية من قرية تل، وحمدي دويكات من منطقة بلاطة البلد في نابلس.#فلسطين pic.twitter.com/CKWVw3Vkcv— المقدسي للإعلام (@AlmakdesyMedia) April 14, 2022
General strike in Beit Lahm
The factional coordination committee in the Beit Lahm governorate announced it will observe a general strike, mourning Palestinian teenager Qusai Hamamra, 16, who was murdered by occupation fire near Beit Lahm in the occupied West Bank.
Israeli occupation forces continue to murder young innocent #Palestinians.— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) April 13, 2022
Qusai Fuad Hamamra was shot by the IOF in the village of Husan, west of #BeitLahm, and was left bleeding to death.#Palestine pic.twitter.com/jnihlt74lg
The committee declared, in a statement, a comprehensive strike in all walks of life, except for the health sector, Thursday, in mourning for the Hamamra’s soul.
In this context, Palestinian factions in Gaza declared "general popular mobilization" yesterday in all locations where "the Palestinian people are located in the diaspora and inside the Palestinian territories."
The factions said, in a statement, that they decided to keep the joint operations room in a permanent session "to follow up on developments and take the necessary measures."