One Palestinian martyred; W. Bank protests in solidarity with Nablus
Mass demonstrations take place across the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, in response to the calls of the Lions' Den.
Palestinian youth, Muhammad Jawabreh, succumbed to his wounds at dawn after being shot by Israeli occupation forces, yesterday, in Al-Arroub camp, north of Al-Khalil.
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Last night, mass rallies took place across the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, in solidarity with Nablus and in response to yesterday’s calls by the Lions' Den groups.
In the city of Nablus, Palestinian youths chanted resistance slogans in the face of the Israeli occupation.
Likewise, the masses in the city of Ramallah chanted for the Lions' Den in support of the Resistance.
كل نابلس بالشوارع وخلف العرين pic.twitter.com/QVD1jKevuO— شجاعية (@shejae3a) February 23, 2023
In the same context, the head of the political bureau of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, confirmed that the Palestinian people and Resistance will not allow ending the rising Intifada in the West Bank.
In a statement, Haniyeh saluted the crowds that took to the streets in all squares in response to the Nablus massacre, which emphasized that Resistance is a matter of fate and not an option.
Last night, the Lions' Den called on the masses to go out onto the main streets and squares in every city, village, and camp "so that the whole world could hear the sounds of Palestinians glorifying God ... and preparing in these hours for the battle of a striking response."
The Group called for organized involvement in resistance with any means possible.
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In the same context, following the Nablus massacre, the military spokesperson for Al-Qassam Brigades, Abu Obeida, said the Resistance in Gaza is watching the Israeli occupation's escalating crimes against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, warning that its patience is running out.
The warnings came after confrontations broke out on Wednesday between Israeli occupation forces and Resistance fighters, following the storming of the eastern market area in the city of Nablus, which led to the martyrdom of 11 Palestinians and the injury of dozens by Israeli gunfire.
Confrontations expanded to include the residents as they tried to obstruct the occupation's storming of the city, resulting in confrontations using stones and empty bottles, while the occupation forces fired live bullets and tear gas canisters in the residential neighborhoods.
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