Three martyrs and 103 injured in 15 points in contact with the occupation

Three Palestinian civilians, including two security services, have been killed since dawn Thursday and more than 100 others have been injured during clashes with Israeli occupation forces across the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.


The Palestine News Network reported clashes with the occupying forces at 15 contact points in the West Bank and Jerusalem, including two shootings and an attempted stabbing in Ashkelon.


At dawn, Palestinian resistance fighters opened fire on israeli vehicles and occupying forces as they stormed the city of Jenin and demolished the house of prisoner Ahmed Qinsaya.


In Jerusalem, a Palestinian youth carried out a run-in west of the city, injuring 14 soldiers from the Israeli army's Gulani unit, including serious injuries, before the Israeli occupation forces announced his arrest near the Gush Etzion junction south of Bethlehem.


Shadi Al-Bana, from the occupied city of Haifa, was killed after carrying out a shooting at Bab al-Asbat, one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the occupied city of Jerusalem, which resulted in the injury of an occupying police officer.


The occupying forces announced a stabbing attack in the occupied city of Ashkelon, following the arrest of a Palestinian who was allegedly attempted to carry out a stabbing attack against members of the Occupying Police.


The Israeli army stated that a palestinian speeding vehicle fired at a number of Israeli soldiers near the Talmon settlement junction west of Ramallah, injuring one of the soldiers moderately, after which a military helicopter transported him for treatment.


In Jenin, two Young Palestinians, Yazan Abu Tabikh, 19, a first-year student at istiqlal Military College, and policeman Tarek Badwan, 25, from the village of Azzun, east of Qalqilya, were killed.


On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health announced the death of 17-year-old Mohammed al-Haddad, who was shot by an Israeli bullet during clashes at the entrance to "Martyrs Street" in central Hebron.


From dawn to evening hours, its crews dealt with 103 different casualties in the West Bank, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society.


Five casualties were in Jenin, 79 in Bethlehem, 8 in the town of Kafr Nema, west of Ramallah, and 11 in Qalqilya.


Clashes broke out at one contact point in Jenin, as in Bethlehem (Beit Jala), 3 in Hebron (Bab al-Zawiya, Beit Amr, Beit Anoun), 6 in Ramallah and Al-Bireh (Beituniya, Beit El, Talmon, Kafr Nema, Deir Abaza, Nabi Saleh), 2 in Jerusalem, 1 in Ashkelon, and in Qalqilya.

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