Days of Palestine

Friday, March 24

Israeli forces kill 3 Palestinians in Jenin

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Days of Palestine – Jenin

The Ministry of Health Today, Thursday, announced the death of 3 young men, including an ex-prisoner, and the injury of another seriously injured by the Israeli occupation forces’ bullets in the city of Jenin.

The ministry said that the martyrs are Lieutenant Adham Yasser Tawfiq Aliwi (23 years), and Captain Tayseer Mahmoud Othman Issa (33 years), from the Military Intelligence Service, who was martyred while confronting the Israeli occupation forces that stormed the city.

The third martyr is the ex-prisoner Jamil Mahmoud al-Amouri from the Jenin camp, according to the Ministry of Health.

Muhammad Samer Manizil, 23, from Khirbet al-Mutla, from the Military Intelligence Service, was critically wounded and was subsequently admitted to the operating rooms of Jenin Governmental Hospital.

The Director of Military Intelligence in Jenin, Colonel Talib Salahat, said that the two martyrs were executed while they were working in the night watch, and the young man, Manzil, from Khirbet al-Mutla, in the Jenin governorate, was seriously wounded.

Medical and local sources in Jenin indicated that the martyr, Tayseer Issa, is from the village of Sanur, south of Jenin, and Adham Alawi, from the village of Zawata, in the Nablus governorate.

A massive march was launched in front of the Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital for the martyr Adham Yasser Allawi before he was transferred to his hometown in Zawata, and an angry march roamed the streets of the city, condemning the criminal operation of the Israeli occupation forces and their undercover units.

A comprehensive strike was announced in the city of Jenin today to mourn the souls of the martyrs.

Local sources reported the martyrdom of the ex-prisoner Jamil Mahmoud al-Amouri, who was shot dead by an Israeli special force that pursued him near the intelligence headquarters on Nazareth Street in Jenin.

The sources added that the Israeli occupation was aiming for the night operation in Jenin to reach the pursuers Jamil Al-Amouri and Wissam Abu Zaid, who is wanted since the beginning of this year.

The sources indicated that the Israeli occupation forces pursued them and clashed with them near the intelligence headquarters, and the clash ended with the announcement of the martyrdom of Al-Amouri, the injury, and the arrest of Abu Zaid.