One Palestinian martyred in occupied West Bank by IOF bullets
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announces the martyrdom of Ra'fat Issa by Israeli bullets near the apartheid wall in the village of 'Anin in Jenin.
29-year-old Ra'fat Issa was shot on Wednesday by the Israeli occupation, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the martyrdom of Ra'fat Issa by Israeli bullets near the apartheid wall in the village of Anin in Jenin.
الشاب رأفت علي عبد الله عيسة (29عاماً) الذي ارتقى برصاص الاحتلال غرب جنين pic.twitter.com/a11Nu8Gq2h— فلسطين الآن (@paltimes2015) November 9, 2022
Earlier today, Palestinian youth Mahdi Hashash was martyred and more than 55 young men were wounded by Israeli occupation forces’ live fire during a predawn military raid in Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus city.
The IOF, accompanied by Israeli settlers, both in large numbers, stormed Al-Quds and Amman Streets in the vicinity of Qaber Youssef east of Nablus.
The IOF shot live ammunition at the Palestinians and heavily deployed tear gas and stun grenades, leading to the martyrdom of 17-year-old Mahdi Hashash.
The Lions' Den resistance group had issued a statement in which it warned the Israeli occupation against storming the city of Nablus.
"As the resistance surprised you when you assassinated martyr (Raed) Al-Karmi, with hundreds of deaths, you will be surprised by Jenin, Al-Khalil, Nablus and Ramallah," the statement read.
It is noteworthy that the villages and cities in the occupied West Bank and Al-Quds are witnessing violent confrontations between the residents and the occupation forces; the occupation suppresses the citizens by force of arms, which is resulting in martyrs and injuries and the arrest of hundreds of Palestinians.