Publish date20 Apr 2024 - 14:49
Story Code : 632452

Resistance commander martyred in clashes wit Israeli forces

A Palestinian resistance commander affiliated with Saraya al-Quds Brigades of Islamic Jihad has been martyred in clashes with Israeli forces.
Resistance commander martyred in clashes wit Israeli forces
Palestinian media reports said on Friday that Muhammad Samer Jaber, the commander of the Tulkarm Brigade, and a number of resistance fighters had been killed during the occupation’s aggression on the Nour Shams refugee camp in the east of the occupied West Bank city of Tulkarm.
Jaber, known as Abu Shujaa, was killed by live bullets after violent clashes broke out between Palestinian resistance fighters and the occupation army during the latter’s storming of Nour Shams, which also resulted in the injury of four Israeli forces, two of whom were in serious condition.
The Tulkarm Brigade leader had survived many attempts on his life in the past and was wanted by the Israeli military.
“Without fear of any threat, if they assassinate me or any human being, the situation will remain unchanged until the land is liberated. By assassinating, they offer us a gift. It’s difficult for the camp to be broken. Every day they assassinate leaders, and they increase our strength and determination,” Jaber said in a viral video on resistance social media networks.  
Salim Faisal Ghanem, 30, was also killed by Israeli troops in the camp earlier in the day. He was the brother of Amer and Ahmed Ghanem, who were killed by the Israeli occupation army in a raid on the camp in October 2023.
Ahmed Abu Fahim, known as Abu Adham, was another Palestinian fighter killed in the Israeli raid.

The official Palestinian news agency WAFA said the Israeli occupation army launched Thursday evening a large-scale 17-hour-long onslaught against the Nour Shams refugee camp, triggering confrontations and causing extensive destruction.
The Israeli forces, accompanied by two bulldozers, stormed and imposed a strict siege on the camp, deploying military vehicles on all routes leading to the camp.
“Israeli bulldozers deliberately destroyed main streets, alleyways, water and wastewater networks on their way to and inside the camp, and tore down walls, stores and parts of houses in the camp,” the news agency said.
Reports by WAFA also stressed that the Israeli soldiers broke into Palestinian houses and carried out search before dragging the occupants to a single room and interrogating them.
“They turned some houses into military outposts, deployed snipers and prevented ambulances from entering the camp to evacuate patients,” the news agency added.
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