Israeli forces kill 5 Palestinians in Occupied West Bank

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OCCUPIED WEST BANK — On Sunday, five Palestinians lost their lives in Jenin, Tubas, and Nablus. Three of them fell to Israeli occupation forces' gunfire, while the other two tragically perished in an airstrike that targeted a mosque, according to reports from the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA).اضافة اعلان

WAFA, citing medical sources in Jenin, confirmed the death of a young man, while the identity of another remains unknown, as only body parts reached the hospital. Several others sustained varying injuries after Israeli occupation aircraft targeted the Ansaar Mosque in Haret Al-Dimaj in the camp, Al Mamlaka TV reported.

The Ministry of Health announced the death of a young man due to injuries from Israeli occupation gunfire during confrontations that erupted after an incursion into the town of Qabatiya, bringing the total count of deaths in Jenin to three since dawn.

In the city of Nablus, the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported the martyrdom of a young man and the injury of three others by live ammunition during an incursion by Israeli occupation forces into the Askar military camp east of Nablus.

In Tubas, a young man was killed by a gunshot to the head during confrontations with Israeli occupation forces in the town of Tamoun, while 6 others were injured in clashes in the city of Tubas.

With the loss of these fives individuals in Jenin, Tubas, and Nablus, the total death count in the Occupied West Bank has now reached 90 since the start of the ongoing Israeli occupation aggression on October 7.

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