An Israeli drone strike in Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank has resulted in the martyrdom of two Palestinians and multiple injuries.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed that one person was killed and 15 others were wounded in the strike on a civilian vehicle.

Among the casualties was Yasser Hanoun, a fighter with the al-Quds Brigades Jenin Brigade, who was mourned by his fellow resistance members.

Another young Palestinian, identified as Saeed Jaradat, also martyred due to the attack.

This incident adds to the grim toll of Palestinian lives lost during the recent wave of violence in the occupied territories.

The Health Ministry in Ramallah revealed that over 400 Palestinians have been martyred by Israeli occupation forces and settlers since the conflict escalated in Gaza in October.

Just last week, Israeli occupation forces killed Aref Qadoumi during a raid in Jenin, further exacerbating tensions in the region.

Reports indicate that towns and cities across the West Bank are facing frequent incursions, leading to more casualties, detentions, and destruction of property.

The detainees are reportedly subjected to harsh treatment, including beatings and interrogations, while their families are also being threatened.

Original Article Source: Al Manar | Published on Friday, 23 February 2024 09:07 (about 52 days ago)