Israeli Army Kills Another Palestinian Youth in Nablus | News

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Israeli occupation forces stormed the Al-Masaken Al-Shaabiyah neighborhood and the surroundings of the Askar refugee camp in Nablus on Monday and killed a Palestinian youth.


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The Ministry of Health reported in a statement that Saleh Mohammad Sabra, 22, died after being shot in the chest by a live Israeli bullet.

Also, local Palestinian media said two other young Palestinians were injured, one of them seriously, as a result of shots from the Israeli occupation.

Meanwhile, Palestinian Resistance fighters clashed in response to the Israeli occupation forces and opened fire on them in the vicinity of Askar camp and in the Al-Masaken Al-Shaabiyah neighborhood.

In the same context, clashes broke out in Beit Kahil, northwest of occupied Al-Jalil, in the West Bank, after the occupation forces stormed the town.

The occupation forces also stormed the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp in the city of Areeha and the Silat Al-Harithiya area, west of Jenin, and arrested two young men from their homes.

In addition, Israeli forces also stormed the family home of the murdered Palestinian youth Abdul-Fatah Kharousha and took steps to prepare it for demolition.

With the murder of the young man in Askar, the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli fire rises to 152, 33 of whom died during the latest Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip.

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