The Prisoner Affairs Authority and the Palestinian Prisoners Club announced yesterday the death of a boy inside a detention center as a result of injuries from occupation bullets in Jerusalem, while Israeli forces continue to attack towns in the West Bank.
The detained boy, Muhammad Tariq Abu Senna (16 years old), died this afternoon in Hadassah Hospital after being hit by occupation bullets yesterday near the Lions Gate in Jerusalem's Old City. The occupation claims it was an attempt to carry out a knife attack.
The Commission and the Prisoners' Club stated that, despite his serious injury, the occupation would continue to arrest him until the moment of his martyrdom. The occupation continued to keep him under heavy guard in the hospital, chaining him to the bed, and the occupation continues to restrain his body until this moment.
With the martyrdom of detained boy Abu Snaina, the number of captive martyrs, including injured detainees admitted in occupied hospitals, has increased to 246 martyrs.
#Picture, Prisoners' Association and Palestinian Prisoners' Club:
On behalf of the national movement, we mourn the loss of those held in occupied prisons and freed at home and abroad, the martyr of the prisoner movement, the detained boy from Jerusalem, Muhammad Tariq Abu Sneh (16 years old), Who died this afternoon. In Hadassah Hospital as a result of being wounded by occupation bullets yesterday… pic.twitter.com/RLDqhrKiNe
– Shehab News Agency (@ShehabAgency) 12 February 2024
The number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank and Jerusalem since the beginning of the devastating war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023 has risen to 393, with nearly 4,450 injured, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. ,
Another martyr was also mourned today in the Bedouin town northwest of occupied Jerusalem. He was martyred the day before, when he was hit in the head by occupation bullets while he was in a vehicle near the village of “Kharb Al”. -Laham,” near the apartheid wall northwest of occupied Jerusalem.
The funeral of martyred boy Muhammad Khaddour (17 years old) began in front of the Palestine Medical Complex in the city of Ramallah in a solemn procession that reached the martyr's family home in the city. Bedouins marched through the city streets, chanting angry slogans and denouncing the crimes of the occupation, and a commercial strike took hold in the Bedouin city. With the last rites of martyr Khadore.
Several Palestinians were also injured, while several others were arrested during a campaign of arrests and infiltration in various areas of the occupied West Bank by Israeli occupation forces.
An occupation army force stormed the village of Madama, south of Nablus, this evening, amid clashes with Palestinian youth.
Earlier, a young man was wounded by live bullets during an attack on the village of Tal, southwest of Nablus. Additionally, a large force of the occupation army, accompanied by a military bulldozer, stormed several houses in Balata on Monday morning. camp, east of Nablus, with heavy shelling and armed clashes, where he was arrested. There were at least 3 young men before her return.
The occupation forces stormed the village of Taal under heavy fire and raided the homes of many residents, with clashes also breaking out between youths in the area and the occupation forces.
In Ramallah, a young man was wounded by shrapnel from occupation forces during a dawn attack on the city, several houses in the al-Masyoun neighborhood were attacked, their contents tampered with and young men were hit by bullets. These were fired, resulting in one young man being injured by shrapnel in his leg and one bullet hitting a resident's vehicle.
Occupying forces also raided the city's Ain Munjid, Ramallah al-Tahta and Umm al-Shar'ayet neighborhoods, Beituniya city west of Ramallah and Jalazoun camp in the north, raiding and searching several homes.
With the launch of the devastating Israeli war on Gaza and the resistance to Operation al-Aqsa Flood, occupation forces launch raids and arrest campaigns on a daily basis in cities and towns across the West Bank.