Yesterday, Wednesday, November 24, 2022, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the death of a young Palestinian man who succumbed to an injury he sustained by the Israeli occupation forces months ago, in the city of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank, bringing the number of martyrs in the city to 3 within 24 hours.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that the young man, Muhammad Harzallah, 30, died of severe injuries he sustained last July in Nablus.
Herzallah was injured on July 24, during armed confrontations with Israeli occupation forces while he and his companions break the Israeli siege on a Palestinian house in the Yasmina neighborhood in the Old City.
Dozens of Palestinian youth gathered in front of the Istishari Hospital near the city of Ramallah where he was receiving medical treatment and demanded a response to his murder.
The Palestinian Prisoner Club stated that Harzallah was detained in late 2013 and spent a year and a half in Israeli occupation prisons.
Earlier yesterday, Wednesday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced the murder of Muhammad Abu Kishk, 22, and the boy, Ahmed Shehadeh, 16, by Israeli occupation forces during the storming of Nablus on Tuesday evening.
Abu Kishk was wounded by a bullet in the abdomen fired by the occupation soldiers during the Palestinian youths’ response to the storming of hundreds of Israeli settlers to Joseph’s tomb. His injuries were described as critical, leading to his death.
For months, the Israeli occupation forces have continued to carry out military operations and attacks against Palestinian n citizens in the northern West Bank, concentrated in the cities of Nablus and Jenin, under the pretext of pursuing wanted persons.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that the number of Palestinian killed since the beginning of this year rose to 202, including 150 martyrs in the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, and 52 martyrs in the Gaza Strip.