BETA mourns its martyr, Muhammad Hamayel, and 110 injuries are the outcome of the confrontations

The people of the town of Beita, south of Nablus, buried the body of the martyr Muhammad Saeed Hamayel (15 years), to his final resting place in the town of Beita, south of Nablus governorate.

The funeral procession took place in front of Rafidia Hospital in the city of Nablus, with the participation of representatives of national and official events, which condemned the crime of targeting and suppressing citizens by the occupation forces.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society stated that the child Hamayel died as a result of being shot in the heart, during the occupation's suppression of an anti-settlement march near Jabal Sabih in the town, this Friday afternoon.

For its part, the Red Crescent Society said in a press statement, Friday evening, that it had dealt with 110 injuries with live and rubber bullets, suffocation, falling and beatings, during confrontations with the occupation forces in the town of Beita, south of Nablus governorate, today.

Ahmed Jibril, director of the Emergency and Emergency Center at the Red Crescent in Nablus, said that the association’s crews dealt with 110 injuries, after confrontations broke out with the occupation forces on Mount Sabih in Beita, including 11 injuries with live bullets, 16 with rubber, 62 with gas, 20 falls and hits, and two injuries. A volunteer with a gas bomb.

In turn, the Ministry of Education mourned, in a statement, the student Hamayel, and said: “The martyr is one of the eleventh grade students from the Beta Secondary School for Boys, in the Directorate of Education south of Nablus.”

The Ministry condemned this crime, which is added to the continuous series of crimes of the occupation against children and students in all parts of the country, and offered its sincere condolences to the families of the martyred student, the people of his town and the family of his school.


التعليقات والاراء

اضافة تعليق