Two martyred, six wounded following IOF raid on Jenin
The latest IOF raid against Jenin martyred two Palestinians and left several wounded.
The raid conducted by the Israeli occupation forces in Jenin, earlier on Sunday, was confronted by the Palestinian Resistance. The IOF martyred two West Bank Palestinians and wounded 6 others.
According to the Palestinian WAFA news agency, the two martyred Palestinians are Mohammad Samer Hoshiyeh (21 years old) and Fouad Mohammad Ahmed Abed (17 years old).
كعادتها جنـين تختم عاماً كان مليء بالتضحيات، وتبدأ عامها الجديد بالدماء فما زالت تقدم وتدفع فاتورة الثبات والصمود بأثمن الأرواح وأطهر الدماء.— فاطمة فتوني | Fatima ftouni (@ftounifatima) January 2, 2023
استشهاد الشابين #محمد_حوشية و #فؤاد_عابد برصاص الاحتلال خلال اقتحام بلدة كفر دان قضاء #جنين. #فلسطين pic.twitter.com/P0VWh88Kiy
As the IOF stormed Jenin, it was reported by Palestinian citizens of the area that the IOF was successively showered with live bullets several locations in Jenin as their military reinforcements were headed towards the village of Kafr Dan.
عاجل| إطلاق نار يستهدف قوات الاحتلال أثناء اقتحام قرية كفر دان غرب جنين. pic.twitter.com/TIko0GETmu— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) January 1, 2023
Furthermore, it was reported that the IOF managed to surround the houses of the two martyrs, Ahmed Abed (23 years old) and AbdelRahman Abed (22 years old), in the town of Kafr Dan, in preparation for demolition.
Previously, in September, local sources had reported to Safa agency that violent confrontations erupted in Kafr Dan after IOF stormed the town and raided the homes of martyrs Ahmad and Abdelrahman Abed, who were killed Wednesday near Al-Jalama military checkpoint north of Jenin.
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