Lions' Den says it carried out 5 shooting operations against IOF
The Palestinian Lions' Den Resistance group announces it carried out several shooting operations against the IOF in response to the execution of martyr Ammar Muflih.
The Palestinian Lions' Den Resistance group confirmed that its fighters carried out on Friday five shooting operations against the Israeli occupation, targeting the Beit Furik and Hawara checkpoints, as well as gatherings of the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at the "Gerizim" point in the occupied city of Nablus.
In a brief statement, the Lions' Den pointed out that the shootings came in response to the execution of martyr Ammar Muflih, adding that its fighters responded to IOF incursions in the vicinity of the Old City of Nablus with a barrage of bullets.
The group also saluted the Resistance in the Gaza Strip, saying, "We stand in reverence for our valiant resistance in steadfast Gaza, and we salute it as the salute of the free for the free."
A few days ago, the Lions' Den mourned Muflih, who was killed by the IOF in the town of Hawara in Nablus, and called on Palestinians to confront the Israeli settlers' attacks, block the roads, and engage with them using all means possible.
The Resistance group stressed that "the coming days are difficult, but they shall bring glad tidings, and the government of Ben-Gvir and Netanyahu will be the final nail in the coffin of this occupation."
Last Friday, an Israeli occupation soldier shot dead Muflih from point-blank range. Israeli media reported that an Israeli "border guard" soldier was wounded in an alleged stabbing attack in Hawara in the northern West Bank, while Israeli Channel 12 said two Israeli occupation soldiers were wounded.
According to Palestinian media, Israeli occupation soldiers prevented citizens and medical teams from approaching Muflih to give him first aid.