8 martyrs in Jenin in a military operation to occupy the city and its camp 8 martyrs in Jenin in a military operation to occupy the city and its camp

8 martyrs in Jenin in a military operation to occupy the city and its camp

8 martyrs in Jenin in a military operation to occupy the city and its camp
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Palestinian medical sources announced that the death toll from the operation carried out by the Israeli occupation army since Tuesday morning in the city of Jenin and its camp in the northern occupied West Bank had risen to 8 martyrs and more than 20 wounded.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health reported that eight people were martyred and 21 others were injured by occupation forces’ bullets, including two seriously injured, during confrontations that broke out after the occupation stormed the Jenin camp.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society reported in a statement that its ambulance crews were able to "reach a martyr in the Al-Hadaf area of ​​the Jenin camp."

She added, "The occupation forces detained an ambulance while transporting the martyr (to the hospital)," without clarifying the latest details of that detention process.

Later, the association announced that its ambulance crew dealt with “two new injuries from live bullets, one to the chest and one to the hand,” and they were transferred to a hospital.

In this context, the director of Jenin Governmental Hospital, Dr. Wissam Bakr, said that among the martyrs was the head of the surgery department at Jenin Hospital, Dr. Osaid Jabareen (51 years old).

He added that the martyr was targeted in the vicinity of the hospital on his way to work.

This brings the total number of Palestinians martyred in the West Bank, including the city of Jerusalem, to 514 since last October 7, according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Early Tuesday, the Israeli occupation army began a large operation in the city of Jenin and its camp, the 72nd it has carried out in the Jenin Governorate since the outbreak of the war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, and these operations left 122 people dead, according to the Ministry of Health.

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