Tension in Al-Naqab prison as IOF storm prisoner's cell
The repression units of the Israeli occupation prisons administration storm the cell of prisoner Thafer Al-Rimawi, the uncle of martyrs Jawad and Thafer Al-Rimawi.
A state of extreme tension prevailed on Wednesday morning in Al-Naqab desert prison after the repression units of the Israeli occupation prisons administration stormed the cell of prisoner Thafer Al-Rimawi, the uncle of martyrs Jawad and Thafer Al-Rimawi, who were killed by the IOF in the town of Beit Rima on Tuesday.
The Prisoners Information Office indicated that the repression units took prisoners that were in Al-Rimawi's cell to an unknown destination after subjecting them to abuse.
On Tuesday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the martyrdom of Jawad Al-Rimawi, 22, and his brother Thafer, 21, after being shot by the Israeli occupation forces in Kafr Ein, northwest of Ramallah.
Media coverage: "Two Palestinian siblings, Thafer and Jawad Rimawi, were shot dead by the Israeli occupation forces last night in the village of Kafr Ein, in the central occupied West Bank". pic.twitter.com/CBjzXUM90K— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) November 29, 2022
This comes at a time when Israeli media pointed out on Tuesday that the recent period in the occupied West Bank saw an escalation in the security situation, which became "dangerous", stressing that the current situation is reminiscent of the situation ahead of the Second Palestinian Intifada.
Military affairs commentator Amir Bar Shalom said the situation was very reminiscent of a "dangerous phenomenon: the Second Intifada."
According to the political commentator, Israeli officials warned before the Knesset that an increase was expected in terms of Palestinian operations and an escalation in terms of the operations' quality. The first sign of this was the twin operation that took place in occupied Al-Quds last week, Bar Shalom added.
The explosion came after a long period of increased oppression of the Palestinian people at the hand of the Israeli occupation, which has been on a usual yet increased rampage and has seen "Tel Aviv's" forces brutally murdering Palestinians.
Former chief of the Israeli occupation forces' military intelligence directorate, Major General Tamir Hayman, said there were clear signs pointing to the outbreak of a third Palestinian intifada in light of the latest round of escalated resistance from the people of occupied Palestine.