Israeli Forces Kill Three Palestinians in Occupied West Bank

Naeem Mahmoud Farran, 25, Rammah Jalal Bashara, 32, and Nasser Abdel Latif Barghouti,30, were killed by Israeli forces in West Bank. (Image: Palestine Chronicle)

Israeli occupation forces killed three young Palestinian men on Saturday night and Sunday at dawn in the occupied West Bank, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

Naeem Mahmoud Farran, Askar

Naeem Mahmoud Farran, 25, was killed during an Israeli military raid on the Askar refugee camp, in the northern West Bank province of Nablus.

Israeli forces shot Farran in the chest and injured others with live ammunition.

According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), the Israeli military also raided the nearby Balata refugee camp, injuring four young men.

Rammah Jalal Basharat, Tubas

A young Palestinian man was killed and seven others were injured on Saturday night, when Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Tammun, in the northern West Bank province of Tubas.

Rammah Jalal Basharat, 32, succumbed to the wounds he sustained in the femoral artery after being shot by Israeli soldiers. 

Five young men were also struck by live ammunition, while two others suffered injuries from shrapnel. All the wounded were immediately transferred to the hospital for medical treatment.

According to WAFA, the incursion into Tammun involved approximately 20 Israeli military vehicles and an accompanying bulldozer.

At least three Palestinians were arrested during the raid, including a woman, who was identified as Omaima at-Tubasi.

Nasser Abdel Latif Barghouti, Beit Rima

A young Palestinian man was killed and 11 others were wounded on Saturday night during an Israeli military raid in the town of Beit Rima, northwest of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.

The Yasser Arafat Hospital in the nearby town of Salfit confirmed the death of 30-year-old Nasser Abdel Latif Barghouti from Beit Rima, who succumbed to the severe wounds he sustained by Israeli occupation forces’ gunfire.


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