Two Palestinian youths were martyred during the Israeli occupation forces’ storming of a city Embryo Its camp is north West Bankbefore also storming a city Nablus Amid clashes with elements of the resistance.
On Thursday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that two young Palestinians were killed by Israeli army gunfire during their storming of the city of Jenin and its camp, bringing the total number of martyrs in the West Bank to 136 since last October 7.
The Ministry added that 4 people were also injured in Jenin, including a serious injury in the abdomen and a moderate injury in the pelvis. They arrived at Ibn Sina Specialized Hospital.
Al Jazeera’s correspondent reported that the occupation forces surrounded a house in the Jabriyat neighborhood near the Jenin camp, and demanded its evacuation and threatened to blow it up.
The reporter added that resistance fighters clashed with an Israeli special force that infiltrated one of the buildings in the target area after trying to set up ambushes on the outskirts of the Jenin camp.
The occupation forces sent military reinforcements into the city, especially the Al-Hadaf neighborhood and the outskirts of the camp, during which they fired bullets.
In Nablus, Israeli occupation forces stormed the apartment of prisoner Khaled Kharousha, located in the Al-Masaken neighborhood, in preparation for blowing it up.
Al Jazeera’s correspondent reported that armed confrontations broke out between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation forces as they stormed the city of Nablus with more than 40 military vehicles.
It is noteworthy that the occupation authorities previously decided to confiscate the apartment of prisoner Khaled on charges of carrying out – with his father, the martyr Abdel Fattah Kharoucha – an operation Hawarawhich led to the killing of two settlers last May.
The West Bank is witnessing a major escalation by the Israeli occupation forces, coinciding with the ongoing violent bombardment and the devastating war it is waging against Gaza strip 28 days ago, which led to the death of more than 9,000 Palestinians and the injury of more than 21,000.