4 Palestinians killed by Israeli bullets, and confrontations continue in the West Bank

4 Palestinians killed by Israeli bullets, and confrontations continue in the West Bank Separate locations in the West Bank witnessed confrontations between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, after the killing of 4 Palestinians by the army’s bullets in Jenin camp and city.  Clashes erupted between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, on Wednesday, in separate locations in the West Bank, after the killing of 4 Palestinians by the army’s bullets in the city and camp of Jenin, in the northern West Bank.  Eyewitnesses said that clashes erupted at the northern entrance to the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh (central West Bank), following a march organized by dozens of Palestinians and university students, condemning the killing of the four Palestinians, according to Anatolia.  According to witnesses, the Israeli occupation army used live and rubber bullets, and tear gas canisters to disperse the demonstrators.  In turn, Israeli youths threw stones at the Israeli forces, and set fire to rubber tires.  Similar confrontations erupted in Bab al-Zawiya neighborhood in Hebron (south), and at the main entrance to Azzun town, east of Qalqilya (north).  In a related context, two Palestinians were wounded on Wednesday, in an attack carried out by Israeli settlers on a house south of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank.  Eyewitnesses said that settlers "attacked" a house in Madama village with "stones and sticks".  Witnesses added that about 20 settlers suddenly attacked the house, which led to confrontations with the residents.  In turn, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (non-governmental), said in a statement, that its crews "dealed with two injuries as a result of the settlers' attacks in Madama, and they were transferred to Rafidia Governmental Hospital."  She pointed out that confrontations are still going on between citizens and settlers.  On Wednesday, a general and commercial strike swept most of the West Bank cities, in mourning for the lives of Palestinian martyrs.  And earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said, "Four Palestinians were martyred by the Israeli occupation army's bullets, in the city and camp of Jenin."  And she added that "the martyrs are: Abd Fathi Khazem, Muhammad Mahmoud Alona (Brahma), Ahmad Nazmi Alawneh, and Muhammad Abu Na`sa."  It stated that 44 others were injured, some of whom were seriously injured.  Earlier on Wednesday morning, the Israeli occupation army stormed Jenin camp and surrounded a house there, according to eyewitnesses to Anatolia.  Witnesses indicated that the sounds of explosions were heard, followed by the sight of plumes of smoke rising from the site of the besieged house.  Clashes also erupted between dozens of Palestinian youths and soldiers of the occupation army after storming the camp.  In turn, the Israeli army said that "the security forces launched an activity earlier today (Wednesday) in Jenin camp with the aim of arresting two wanted security men, and surrounded the house they were inside."  "After the two gunmen opened fire and activated an explosive device, the forces responded and killed them," he added in a statement.  He said that "the two wanted men were involved in shooting several times at Israeli targets." The army pointed out that the security forces arrested three other wanted persons last night in the West Bank.  The army stated that the military operation did not result in any casualties among its forces.  official condemnation  On the other hand, the spokesman for the Palestinian presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeina, condemned the Israeli army's killing of the four Palestinians in Jenin.  "The Israeli occupation continues to tamper with security and stability and commit massacres against our people," he said in a statement carried by the official Wafa news agency.  He added: "This dangerous escalation will not give legitimacy, security and stability to Israel," and considered that "convictions alone are not enough, because the occupation insists on crossing red lines."

Separate locations in the West Bank witnessed confrontations between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, after the killing of 4 Palestinians by the army’s bullets in Jenin camp and city.

Clashes erupted between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, on Wednesday, in separate locations in the West Bank, after the killing of 4 Palestinians by the army’s bullets in the city and camp of Jenin, in the northern West Bank.

Eyewitnesses said that clashes erupted at the northern entrance to the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh (central West Bank), following a march organized by dozens of Palestinians and university students, condemning the killing of the four Palestinians, according to Anatolia.

According to witnesses, the Israeli occupation army used live and rubber bullets, and tear gas canisters to disperse the demonstrators.

In turn, Israeli youths threw stones at the Israeli forces, and set fire to rubber tires.

Similar confrontations erupted in Bab al-Zawiya neighborhood in Hebron (south), and at the main entrance to Azzun town, east of Qalqilya (north).

In a related context, two Palestinians were wounded on Wednesday, in an attack carried out by Israeli settlers on a house south of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank.

Eyewitnesses said that settlers "attacked" a house in Madama village with "stones and sticks".

Witnesses added that about 20 settlers suddenly attacked the house, which led to confrontations with the residents.

In turn, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (non-governmental), said in a statement, that its crews "dealed with two injuries as a result of the settlers' attacks in Madama, and they were transferred to Rafidia Governmental Hospital."

She pointed out that confrontations are still going on between citizens and settlers.

On Wednesday, a general and commercial strike swept most of the West Bank cities, in mourning for the lives of Palestinian martyrs.

And earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said, "Four Palestinians were martyred by the Israeli occupation army's bullets, in the city and camp of Jenin."

And she added that "the martyrs are: Abd Fathi Khazem, Muhammad Mahmoud Alona (Brahma), Ahmad Nazmi Alawneh, and Muhammad Abu Na`sa."

It stated that 44 others were injured, some of whom were seriously injured.

Earlier on Wednesday morning, the Israeli occupation army stormed Jenin camp and surrounded a house there, according to eyewitnesses to Anatolia.

Witnesses indicated that the sounds of explosions were heard, followed by the sight of plumes of smoke rising from the site of the besieged house.

Clashes also erupted between dozens of Palestinian youths and soldiers of the occupation army after storming the camp.

In turn, the Israeli army said that "the security forces launched an activity earlier today (Wednesday) in Jenin camp with the aim of arresting two wanted security men, and surrounded the house they were inside."

"After the two gunmen opened fire and activated an explosive device, the forces responded and killed them," he added in a statement.

He said that "the two wanted men were involved in shooting several times at Israeli targets." The army pointed out that the security forces arrested three other wanted persons last night in the West Bank.

The army stated that the military operation did not result in any casualties among its forces.

Official condemnation

On the other hand, the spokesman for the Palestinian presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeina, condemned the Israeli army's killing of the four Palestinians in Jenin.

"The Israeli occupation continues to tamper with security and stability and commit massacres against our people," he said in a statement carried by the official Wafa news agency.

He added: "This dangerous escalation will not give legitimacy, security and stability to Israel," and considered that "convictions alone are not enough, because the occupation insists on crossing red lines."

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