Publish date9 Jan 2024 - 9:53
Story Code : 621027

Three Palestinian youths killed in Israeli raid on Tulkarm

Three Palestinian young men have been assassinated in the new violent raid by Israeli forces targeting the occupied West Bank city of Tulkarm as the regime continues its incessant bombardment of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Three Palestinian youths killed in Israeli raid on Tulkarm
The official Palestinian WAFA news agency identified the victims of Monday evening raid as 22-year-old Youssef Ali al-Khouli, 23-year-old Ahed Salman Musa, and 24-year-old Tariq Amjad Shaheen.

Israel's new crime took place after the regime's special forces attacked the Aktaba suburb of Tulkarm, while accompanied by a high number of Israeli troops.

Israeli forces "fired heavily at a vehicle parked in the neighborhood, before surrounding a house there and assassinating the three young men inside," the report noted.

It added that the body of one of the martyrs was run over by an Israeli military vehicle before the regime's soldiers withdrew from the area.

The occupation forces also arrested another Palestinian youth identified as Mahmoud Moti’ Slit, after injuring him during the raid.

After targeting the victims, the invading Israeli forces prevented the Red Crescent staff from reaching the area by pointing guns at their vehicles. They could reach the site of the attack only after the regime's soldiers withdrew from the area.

Following the raid, the national and Islamic forces in Tulkarm announced a comprehensive strike for Tuesday to mourn the martyrs.

The occupying regime has escalated its violent raids across the West Bank since October 7 when it started a brutal military onslaught against Gaza following Operation al-Aqsa Storm by the territory's resistance movements.

Nearly 340 Palestinians have been killed across the occupied territory as a result of the escalation.

On the other hand, the regime's genocidal war on the besieged Gaza has so far killed more than 23,000 Palestinians, most of them women and children, while leaving nearly 59,000 injured.
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