“The OIC considers that this crime constitutes an extension of the daily crimes and aggression committed by the Israeli occupation against the Palestinian people, in flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and calls for investigation and accountability,” said the OIC General Secretariat in a statement.
“Conducting an operation involving shoulder-launched explosive projectiles and other weapons typically associated with hostilities in a highly populated area in broad daylight at a time of heightened public activity suggests concerning disregard for the lives and security of bystanders,” Turk said.
Palestinian authorities, different resistance groups have slammed Israeli regime over the Wednesday raid and carnage of the Palestinians in Nablus which left nearly a dozen people killed and scores of others wounded.
It said the two minor earthquakes struck at a depth of 1 and 2 km underground respectively, adding that the latitude and longitude of the first one were found to be 32.13 degrees and 35.33 degrees.
He told WAFA that fanatic settler groups hurled stones and partially damaged at least 120 vehicles on roads, while they set on fire six vehicles completely damaging them. At least 22 Palestinian-owned shops were attacked by settlers in the town of Huwwara.
In a statement, PA President Mahmoud Abbas slammed the: "Cold-blooded killing of a Palestinian youth, Ammar Mefleh, 22, at the hands of an Israeli soldier in the town of Huwwara, in Nablus, is a heinous crime."
Palestinian traders and officials from Nablus, the major commercial hub in the West Bank, said that the Israeli siege has suffocated the city and its residents and resulted in economic losses that require much time to recover.