Red Cross spokesperson said on Sunday, October 2, that at least 13 Palestinians have been injured with tear gas in confrontations with IOF in the occupied city of Nablus.
Palestinian local outlet SAFA has reported that Israeli settlers brutally attacked the Red Cross pracademics near an Israeli checkpoint.
In the meantime, Palestinian Health Minister Mai AL Kila has strongly condemned the barbaric attack against the Red Cross paramedics, noting that such incident is a “brazen stain”.
She as well called on international community to intervene and protect paramedics rights in Palestine, concluding that Israeli Occupation violates international law in every possible way without any legal liability.
Earlier this morning, IOF has deployed its forces across the occupied city, imposing tight restrictions against Palestinians.
It came as the West Bank has been witnessing violent escalation by IOF where dozens have been injured, the vast majority were children, over the last two weeks.