Funeral services for 4 Palestinians killed by the Israeli occupation army in the West Bank

Funeral services for 4 Palestinians killed by the Israeli occupation army in the West Bank On Saturday, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of four martyrs who were shot by the Israeli army on Friday evening and Saturday morning in the West Bank, and the West Bank has been witnessing tension since the beginning of this year, killing 114 Palestinians.  Thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank mourned, on Saturday, the bodies of 4 Palestinians, one of them a child, who were killed by the Israeli army on Friday evening and Saturday morning, at a time when the Palestinian presidency warned of a "mass explosion" if the Israeli escalation continued.  In the city of Jenin (north), thousands participated in the funeral of Mahmoud Al-Sous (17 years), who was killed during the storming of Jenin refugee camp, on Saturday morning.  Hundreds of the city's residents also participated in the funeral of the 17-year-old Ahmed Mohamed Hussein Daraghmeh, before he was transferred to the city of Tubas, where he will be buried in his hometown later Saturday.  Al-Sous and Daraghmeh were martyred, and 11 others were wounded by the Israeli army's bullets during a several-hour incursion into Jenin refugee camp.  Also, in the northern West Bank, thousands of Palestinians attended the funeral of the child, Adel Ibrahim Daoud, 14, in the city of Qalqilya.  Thousands also participated in the funeral of the young Mahdi Ladado, 17, in the village of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyye, north of Ramallah (center).  On Friday evening, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the "martyrdom" of the child Daoud, "succumbing to critical wounds sustained by live bullets in the head."  The "Voice of Palestine" (government) radio also quoted the Secretary of the "Fatah" movement in the village of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyeh, Thaer Shreiteh, announcing the "martyrdom of the 17-year-old Mahdi Ladado, who was shot by the occupation in the town of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyeh."  Meanwhile, the Palestinian presidency warned of a "mass explosion" if the Israeli escalation continued.  The presidential spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, said that the Palestinian people "are facing an all-out war that did not stop for a single moment," according to what was reported by the official Wafa news agency.  He added that "the daily Israeli attacks led to the martyrdom of four Palestinian citizens during the past twenty-four hours in Qalqilya, Ramallah and Jenin."  "The continuation of the escalation in this way will push matters towards a comprehensive explosion and a point of no return, with devastating consequences for all," the presidential spokesman said.  Abu Rudeineh called on "the American administration to implement its promises to stop all unilateral measures, and to put serious pressure on Israel to stop its comprehensive war against our Palestinian people before it is too late."  Tensions in the West Bank have led, since the beginning of this year, to the death of 114 Palestinians, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

On Saturday, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of four martyrs who were shot by the Israeli army on Friday evening and Saturday morning in the West Bank, and the West Bank has been witnessing tension since the beginning of this year, killing 114 Palestinians.

Thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank mourned, on Saturday, the bodies of 4 Palestinians, one of them a child, who were killed by the Israeli army on Friday evening and Saturday morning, at a time when the Palestinian presidency warned of a "mass explosion" if the Israeli escalation continued.

In the city of Jenin (north), thousands participated in the funeral of Mahmoud Al-Sous (17 years), who was killed during the storming of Jenin refugee camp, on Saturday morning.

Hundreds of the city's residents also participated in the funeral of the 17-year-old Ahmed Mohamed Hussein Daraghmeh, before he was transferred to the city of Tubas, where he will be buried in his hometown later Saturday.

Al-Sous and Daraghmeh were martyred, and 11 others were wounded by the Israeli army's bullets during a several-hour incursion into Jenin refugee camp.

Also, in the northern West Bank, thousands of Palestinians attended the funeral of the child, Adel Ibrahim Daoud, 14, in the city of Qalqilya.

Thousands also participated in the funeral of the young Mahdi Ladado, 17, in the village of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyye, north of Ramallah (center).

On Friday evening, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the "martyrdom" of the child Daoud, "succumbing to critical wounds sustained by live bullets in the head."

The "Voice of Palestine" (government) radio also quoted the Secretary of the "Fatah" movement in the village of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyeh, Thaer Shreiteh, announcing the "martyrdom of the 17-year-old Mahdi Ladado, who was shot by the occupation in the town of Al-Mazraa Al-Gharbiyeh."

Meanwhile, the Palestinian presidency warned of a "mass explosion" if the Israeli escalation continued.

The presidential spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, said that the Palestinian people "are facing an all-out war that did not stop for a single moment," according to what was reported by the official Wafa news agency.

He added that "the daily Israeli attacks led to the martyrdom of four Palestinian citizens during the past twenty-four hours in Qalqilya, Ramallah and Jenin."

"The continuation of the escalation in this way will push matters towards a comprehensive explosion and a point of no return, with devastating consequences for all," the presidential spokesman said.

Abu Rudeineh called on "the American administration to implement its promises to stop all unilateral measures, and to put serious pressure on Israel to stop its comprehensive war against our Palestinian people before it is too late."

Tensions in the West Bank have led, since the beginning of this year, to the death of 114 Palestinians, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
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