Days of Palestine - Nablus
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society announced the death of the 15-year-old boy, Muhammad Saeed Hamayel, as a result of the Israeli occupation forces' suppression of a peaceful march against settlements in the town of Beita, south of Nablus.
Six other citizens were injured, and dozens of civilians suffocated during the suppression of the march.
Hundreds participated in performing Friday prayers on Mount Sabih, south of Beita, and then set out in a march towards the outpost, which settlers forcibly began building more than a month ago.
Jabal Sabih witnessed heavy deployment of the Israeli occupation forces since the morning, and the soldiers started firing bullets and tear gas canisters at the march participants.
Hundreds of settlers flocked at dawn Friday to Mount Sabih and organized loud celebrations in the outpost called "Avitar".
For weeks, the people of the town of Beita have been continuing the activities of night confusion; As one of the forms of resistance against the Israeli occupation and settlers who established the outpost on the top of Jabal Sabih.
The mountain witnessed intense confrontations during the past weeks, which resulted in the martyrdom of the young men Zakaria Hamayel, Issa Barham and Tariq Sanubar.