Palestinian young man martyred by Israeli occupation bullets in Jenin
A Palestinian young man was martyred today after being wounded by Israeli occupation forces in the town of Ya`bad, southwest of Jenin.
A Palestinian young man was martyred on Tuesday of critical injuries sustained by a bullet fired by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Ya`bad, south of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank.
In a statement, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the martyrdom of the young man, Muhammad Shaker Badarneh, after he was wounded by the occupation bullets in Ya`bad.
تغطية صحفية: "الشاب محمد توفيق بدارنة الذي ارتقى برصاص الاحتلال في بلدة يَعْبَد جنوب غرب جنين". pic.twitter.com/YH2LYBnkhf— شبكة قدس الإخبارية (@qudsn) November 30, 2022
Earlier today, the Ministry of Health described the injury of Badarneh in the chest area as critical.
Armed clashes erupted between resistance fighters and the occupation forces in the town, in conjunction with the "army" besieging a house where the persecutor, Abboud Harzallah, was located before he was arrested.
Yesterday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported that 5 Palestinians were killed in Ramallah and Beit Ummar during the Israeli occupation forces' incursions.
A young Palestinian man died Tuesday after he was critically injured at the hands of the Israeli occupation forces as the latter were raiding the West Bank village of Al-Mughayyir, northeast of Ramallah.
The Israeli occupation forces shot the young man in the chest, and he died shortly thereafter.
Local sources said the martyr killed in Al-Mughayyir was Raed Al-Naasan, 21. His assassination brought the tally of martyrs who fell at the hands of the IOF during the last 24 hours to five after another Palestinian was murdered in cold blood in Beit Ummar.
The Red Crescent said in a press statement that more than 11 young men were injured by live bullets, including two whose injuries were described as serious, during the confrontations in Beit Ummar.
Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation forces raided the clinic where the injured were being treated.