West Bank: 9 martyrs and injuries by occupation bullets West Bank: 9 martyrs and injuries by occupation bullets

West Bank: 9 martyrs and injuries by occupation bullets

West Bank: 9 martyrs and injuries by occupation bullets

Two citizens were martyred and four others  were injured, at dawn on Friday, in the renewed Israeli occupation air strikes on the Jenin camp, bringing the number of martyrs in the city and its camp to four, within less than seven hours.

Local sources confirmed that the occupation forces bombed the Jenin camp square, which led to the death of the two martyrs, Wassim Zyoud and Yamen Jarrar, and the occurrence of four injuries, including one in serious condition, which raises the number of injuries in the city and the camp during the last hours to 10.

The two young men, Suleiman Muhammad Siti (31 years old) and Jihad Ibrahim Mustafa Nenghieh (26 years old), were martyred, and six others were injured by bullets from the occupation forces that stormed the city and Jenin camp more than seven hours ago, amid violent confrontations, and forces are still present on the outskirts of the camp.

In Hebron, two young men were killed by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets during their storming of Al-Fawwar camp, south of Hebron.

In Nablus, citizen Asim Jihad Ramadan died as a result of being shot by Israeli occupation forces in the village of Tal, southwest of Nablus.

Family sources announced the martyrdom of citizen Ramadan, who was seriously injured during clashes that took place in the village of Tal the day before yesterday, Wednesday.

Local sources reported that the occupation forces stormed Al-Fawwar camp amid heavy gunfire, which led to the outbreak of confrontations, which resulted in the martyrdom of the two young men, Muhammad Saeed Al-Azza and Wadih Yahya Al-Najjar.

In Jerusalem, a young man was martyred this Friday morning, as a result of Israeli occupation forces shooting him, during the storming of the Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem.

Local sources reported that the occupation soldiers opened fire on the young man, Ibrahim Zayed (29 years old), during confrontations that broke out during the storming of Qalandiya camp, which led to him being hit by several bullets, one of which was in the chest, as a result of which he was martyred.

The sources reported that two other young men were injured by occupation bullets during the confrontations, one of them in the abdomen, and his condition was described as serious.

With the rise of young Zayed in Qalandia camp, the number of martyrs in the West Bank since last night has risen to seven.


Al-Qassam: The number of enemy deaths is greater than announced, and we will make Gaza the curse of history on Israel

Al-Qassam Brigades spokesman Abu Ubaida said that the number of Israeli deaths in its ground operations in Gaza is much higher than what the Israeli authorities announce, noting that Al-Qassam members carried out a counterattack this evening west of Gaza City, during which they destroyed 6 tanks and two personnel carriers.

Abu Ubaida, the military spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, said that the number of Israeli deaths in Gaza is much higher than what the “enemy” leadership announces, indicating that Gaza will be the “curse of history” for Israel, and that it will have to wait for many of its soldiers to return in black bags. As he put it.

This came in an audio speech by Abu Ubaida, with the intensification of a ground maneuver conducted by Israeli forces after its incursion into several areas in the Gaza Strip.

Abu Ubaida pointed out that Al-Qassam fighters "continue to confront the occupation forces in the various areas of the Zionist incursion."

He went on to say: "We destroyed a tank battalion and killed and wounded a number of enemy (Israeli) soldiers."

He added: “We were able to go behind the enemy lines and attack it from point zero. We destroyed what consisted of a tank battalion and more, and killed and wounded a number of Zionist enemy soldiers,” without specifying a number.

He added: "We carried out a counterattack this evening on the axis northwest of Gaza City, during which we destroyed 6 tanks and two troop carriers."

Regarding the Israeli "Tiger" armored vehicle, which the Phalange announced was targeted with a Kornet missile east of the Shuja'iya neighborhood (east of the Gaza Strip), Abu Ubaida said that it "fell in the first test in front of our missiles."

On Saturday evening, Al-Qassam reported that it had targeted the “Nimr” armored vehicle designated for transporting soldiers and with a capacity of 14 soldiers.

In his audio speech, Abu Ubaida expressed his pain at the loss of thousands of people of Palestine, but he said, "This will increase our strength and strength to make the enemy pay a heavy price."


“It benefits Hamas.” The Pentagon opposes the ceasefire in Gaza

The Pentagon said that it does not support a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, because that, according to ministry spokesman Pat Ryder, “would give Hamas time to reorganize its ranks and expose Israeli citizens and others to danger.”

The Pentagon said that it does not support a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

This was stated by Pentagon spokesman Pat Ryder, during a press conference held Thursday in Washington.

Rader said: "We do not support a ceasefire, because it would give Hamas time to reorganize its ranks and expose Israeli citizens and others to danger."

On Tuesday, US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said, “Ceasing Israeli attacks on the besieged Gaza Strip will not be the correct solution, and will currently benefit Hamas.”

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