Palestinian factions in Gaza declare a strike, mourn Nablus martyrs
Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip call on the Joint Operations Room to convene immediately.
The Palestinian factions in Gaza announced Tuesday a mourning and comprehensive strike in the Strip starting from noon until the end of the day to honor the six Palestinians who were martyred during the IOF storming of the city of Nablus at dawn on Tuesday.
The announcement declared that all private and public organizations and facilities will be closed.
The factions also called on the Joint Operations Room to convene immediately and the Palestinians to participate in night rallies throughout the Gaza Strip and confront the occupation at all points of contact in occupied Palestine.
They also saluted the members of the security services who confronted the occupation forces in Nablus, calling on all members of the security apparatus to engage in more confrontations with the occupation forces.
Thousands mourn the martyrs of Nablus
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that thousands of Palestinians mourned the martyrs that fell at the hands of Israeli soldiers in Nablus yesterday.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced on Tuesday that the number of martyrs shot dead by Israeli occupation forces during their storming of the city of Nablus has risen to 6, with 21 injuries reported.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said the Palestinian martyrs are: Wadih Al Houh (31 years), Hamdi Sharaf (35 years), Ali Antar (26 years), Hamdi Qayyim (30 years), Mishaal Zahi Ahmed Baghdadi, and Qusai Al-Tamimi.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that outrage prevails over the cities of the West Bank amid calls for public mobilization following the martyrdom of the 6 Palestinians in Nablus and Nabi Saleh.
Earlier today, the director of Al Mayadeen office in occupied Palestine said Nablus has turned into a real war zone and the Israeli occupation forces used air missiles in the attack, adding that Palestinian security forces and resistance fighters engaged in an armed confrontation with the occupation forces. The director confirmed that the occupation forces withdrew from the city of Nablus, amid doubts that this could be a tactic to re-storm the area.
He stated that the occupation was planning large-scale aggression on Nablus, but the Palestinian security forces exposed it, explaining that the resistance fighters' vigilance and coordination among themselves from various factions led to exposing the plan, which confused the occupation forces.
The director added that a Palestinian security services force deployed in front of hospitals in Nablus to protect the injured Palestinians, while dozens of citizens gathered in front of the hospital, chanting slogans in support of the Lion's Den group.
In this context, Israeli media reported that the Palestinian security services thwarted a major operation in the center of Nablus, which Prime Minister Yair Lapid personally supervised.
Earlier today, the Israeli occupation forces unexpectedly stormed on Tuesday the West Bank city of Nablus in occupied Palestine, waging a round of unprecedented aggression in recent years.