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Israeli forces attacked a village near the city of Jenin in the occupied northern West Bank, killing two Palestinian men. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 22-year-old Mohammad Samer Hoshiyeh and his 25-year-old Fouad Mohammad Abed were shot dead early Monday morning in Kufr Dan, northwest of Jenin. At least three of him were injured in the raid, including one of him in critical condition. Added ministry. Standoffs and armed clashes with Israeli forces erupted late Sunday night after ambushing Kuhldan to destroy the home of two of his Palestinians who were killed in a shootout at an Israeli military checkpoint in Jenin. As a result, several Israeli soldiers, led by Barfala, were killed. months ago.

Ahmad Ayman Abed and Abdulrahman Hani Abed were shot dead on September 14 at the He Jalameh checkpoint, the main gateway between the occupied northern West Bank and Israel. In a statement, the Israeli military said he had carried out an operation to demolish two men’s homes in Kufr Dan and was attacked with gunfire, stones, and Molotov cocktails. Civilians who opposed Israeli forces in raids and bystanders were killed, as were Palestinian fighters in targeted assassinations and armed clashes. Palestinian armed resistance is better organized in the past year in Nablus, where Israeli forces launched an operation called “Break the Wave” after a series of solo Palestinian attacks in Israel that began in March. it was done.

Israeli forces raided several other occupied West Bank cities on Monday morning, including Nablus, Salfit, and Ramallah, and arrested at least 15 Palestinian men, according to a group of prisoners. In Ramallah, the army stormed the al-Amari refugee camp and arrested the brother of Nasser Abu Humaid, a Palestinian prisoner who died of cancer after more than a year in Israeli custody last month. Itamar Ben Gubil, the recently appointed minister of state security for the far-right Israeli government that was inaugurated last week, said on Sunday evening that he intends to soon enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex in occupied East Jerusalem.

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