Occupation bullets kill Palestinian martyr, Shuafat residents confront
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announces the martyrdom of a Palestinian in the Al-Khalil governorate and the injury of a number of Palestinians during the confrontations that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Ramallah announced on Wednesday evening the martyrdom of a citizen and the injury of three others as a result of the confrontations that erupted with the occupation forces in several areas and cities in the West Bank.
In a press statement, the ministry said, "Young man Osama Mahmoud Adawi (18 years) was shot dead by the occupation bullets in Al-Arroub refugee camp, north Al-Khalil."
The ministry stated that "the clashes in Al-Khalil also resulted in the injury of two civilians," one of which was described as critical.
In Ramallah, the ministry said that a citizen was seriously wounded "by the occupation bullets and was admitted to the operating rooms in the Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah," explaining that "the bullet penetrated the shoulder and settled in the chest."
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that settlers have physically assaulted some of the residents of Qusra, near Nablus, and burned their cars.
Palestinians confront occupation attacks in besieged Shuafat camp
Al Mayadeen correspondent in occupied Palestine confirmed during the day that the Israeli occupation forces stormed the besieged Shuafat camp.
"Palestinian youths confronted the occupation forces after they stormed the Shuafat camp and set up barriers to disrupt their movement," she noted, adding that "the Israeli occupation is taking revenge on the popular base for the resistance in the camp after they were unable to reach the individual who carried out the Shuafat operation which killed an Israeli soldier."
"The occupation forces withdrew to one of the checkpoints at the entrances of the town after Palestinians confronted them," adding that "the occupation fired tear gas canisters extensively at Palestinians and civilian homes," our correspondent stated.
"Al-Quds residents repelled the occupation's attacks using stones in the camp, despite the latter's attacks with intensive tear gas canisters and rubber bullets," noting that "the occupation forces targeted journalists in the camp with tear gas canisters," she added.
"The occupation forces are chasing the young men who hurled stones at them," adding that "the occupation opens unexpected pathways in the camp to surprise Al-Quds residents," the correspondent noted, adding that "the occupation forces, heavily armed, invade the camp to pursue the Al-Quds residents," and explaining that their attacks come in retaliation for the painful blow they received."
The residents of the Shuafat refugee camp and the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Al-Quds, announced earlier today open civil disobedience against the Israeli occupation and its oppressive practices against them.