West Bank Expansion of confrontations with the occupation and the number of martyrs rises to 4

West Bank Expansion of confrontations with the occupation and the number of martyrs rises to 4 The area of ​​confrontations with the occupation in the West Bank expanded to include the cities of Hebron, Ramallah and Nablus, and the number of martyrs since Tuesday morning has risen to four, while dozens were injured.  The number of Palestinian martyrs in the West Bank rose to 4, on Tuesday, after the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of the boy, Moamen Yassin Jaber, as a result of being shot by the occupation during clashes that erupted in the city of Hebron.  In the morning, the occupation forces assassinated the wanted Palestinian activist Ibrahim Al-Nabulsi after besieging his whereabouts in the city of Nablus, and the storming of the city led to the death of two other young men and wounding about 40.  Outside Nablus, 7 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli army bullets, one of them in a very serious condition, during clashes that erupted in different parts of the West Bank.  The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that its crews dealt with 7 injuries with live bullets in the city of Ramallah (central) and Hebron (south).  She pointed out that the condition of one of the injured is very critical, as he was hit in the chest, and he was admitted to the operating room at Hebron Governmental Hospital.  Clashes erupted between the Palestinians and the Israeli army, in separate locations in the West Bank, in protest of the killing of 3 Palestinians, including Ibrahim al-Nabulsi.  Eyewitnesses said that clashes erupted at the northern entrance to the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh (centre), after a march organized by dozens of Palestinians and university students, condemning the killing of the three Palestinians.  According to witnesses, the Israeli army used live bullets, rubber bullets, and tear gas canisters to disperse the demonstrators.  In turn, the youths threw stones at the Israeli forces, and set fire to rubber tires, according to the Anadolu Agency.  Similar confrontations erupted in Bab al-Zawiya neighborhood in the city of Hebron (south), at the western entrance to Tulkarm (north), and at the southern entrance to Nablus (north).  On Tuesday, a general and commercial strike swept most of the West Bank cities, mourning the lives of the three Palestinians.  In turn, the Israeli army said on its Twitter account that it had launched an operation aimed at liquidating the wanted activist, Ibrahim al-Nabulsi.  He added that Nabulsi is suspected of committing "several shooting attacks on civilians and soldiers in and around Nablus."

The area of ​​confrontations with the occupation in the West Bank expanded to include the cities of Hebron, Ramallah and Nablus, and the number of martyrs since Tuesday morning has risen to four, while dozens were injured.

The number of Palestinian martyrs in the West Bank rose to 4, on Tuesday, after the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of the boy, Moamen Yassin Jaber, as a result of being shot by the occupation during clashes that erupted in the city of Hebron.

In the morning, the occupation forces assassinated the wanted Palestinian activist Ibrahim Al-Nabulsi after besieging his whereabouts in the city of Nablus, and the storming of the city led to the death of two other young men and wounding about 40.

Outside Nablus, 7 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli army bullets, one of them in a very serious condition, during clashes that erupted in different parts of the West Bank.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that its crews dealt with 7 injuries with live bullets in the city of Ramallah (central) and Hebron (south).

She pointed out that the condition of one of the injured is very critical, as he was hit in the chest, and he was admitted to the operating room at Hebron Governmental Hospital.

Clashes erupted between the Palestinians and the Israeli army, in separate locations in the West Bank, in protest of the killing of 3 Palestinians, including Ibrahim al-Nabulsi.

Eyewitnesses said that clashes erupted at the northern entrance to the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh (centre), after a march organized by dozens of Palestinians and university students, condemning the killing of the three Palestinians.

According to witnesses, the Israeli army used live bullets, rubber bullets, and tear gas canisters to disperse the demonstrators.

In turn, the youths threw stones at the Israeli forces, and set fire to rubber tires, according to the Anadolu Agency.

Similar confrontations erupted in Bab al-Zawiya neighborhood in the city of Hebron (south), at the western entrance to Tulkarm (north), and at the southern entrance to Nablus (north).

On Tuesday, a general and commercial strike swept most of the West Bank cities, mourning the lives of the three Palestinians.

In turn, the Israeli army said on its Twitter account that it had launched an operation aimed at liquidating the wanted activist, Ibrahim al-Nabulsi.

He added that Nabulsi is suspected of committing "several shooting attacks on civilians and soldiers in and around Nablus."
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