Two Palestinians killed by fire from Israeli troops in occupied West Bank

Jerusalem (BLAZETRENDS) It has caused more than 120 deaths in 2023.

“Two dead, shot by the Israeli occupation, arrived at the Dr. Thabet Thabet al Hukoumi Hospital, in addition to one injured in the extremities,” reported the PNA Ministry of Health, after the incursion of the Israeli forces in Tulkarem, a town in the northern West Bank that borders on Israeli territory.

The dead were identified as Samer Salah al Shafei, 22, who was shot in the neck, chest and abdomen, and Hamza Jamil Jareoush, of the same age, who showed bullet wounds in the chest, abdomen and left foot, it added. the same source.

“The two Palestinians were executed in cold blood by the occupation forces,” said the official Palestinian news agency, Wafa, specifying that the population of Tulkarem declared a general strike in protest.

Consulted by BLAZETRENDS about these events, the Israeli Army has not provided any information.

The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of the Fatah political movement that partially governs the West Bank through the PNA, claimed responsibility for the two Palestinians killed as part of its ranks and described them as “heroes”.

The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is experiencing its deadliest year since the Second Intifada (2000-2005).

Ongoing Israeli incursions into the West Bank, attacks by Jewish settlers, attacks by Palestinians against Israelis and escalating wars between Israel and militias in the Gaza Strip have killed 109 Palestinians so far this year, the mostly militiamen in violent clashes with Israeli troops, but also civilians, including 20 minors.
On the Israeli side, 19 people were killed, most of them settlers, including three minors.

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Israel took control of the occupied West Bank in 1967, and since then has maintained a long occupation and colonization of this territory.

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