Three Palestinians were Tuesday killed and more than 40 wounded, some critical, during an Israeli occupation army incursion into the northern West Bank city of Nablus, according to medical sources.
The invasion, which was described as the most immense since 17 years, was confronted by around 300 Palestinian resistance fighters, according to media reports.
The Ministry of Health said three Palestinians who were brought to hospital in very critical condition have died of their wounds, adding that 40 people were wounded by live bullets, some of them are in critical condition.
It identified the dead as Ibrahim Nabulsi, Islam Sabbouh, and Hussein Jamal Taha. Nabulsi is Fatah Movement’s senior military commander who was responsible for dozens of armed attacks on the Israeli occupation forces, according to the Zionist media.
The injuries occurred during clashes that broke out when a large Israeli military unit raided the old city of Nablus and surrounded a building, which the occupation army later destroyed after firing missiles at it wounding or killing those who were inside.
Source: National News Agency