Three Young Palestinian Men Killed by Israeli Forces in Occupied West Bank

Three Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in occupied West Bank. (Image: Palestine Chronicle)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

Israel’s violence in the occupied West Bank has increased significantly since the start of Israel’s war on Gaza on October 7. 

Israeli occupation forces continue to carry out military raids across West Bank cities and refugee camps, along with mass detention campaigns. 

Al-Khalil (Hebron)

Two young Palestinian men were killed on Monday evening after they were shot by Israeli occupation forces in the town of Sa’ir, northeast of Al-Khalil (Hebron).

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that Anas Ismail al-Froukh, 23, and Mohammad Saa’di al-Frouk, 22, died due to the severe injuries they sustained by Israeli army gunfire.

WAFA correspondent said that Israeli forces fired live bullets at two young men while they were in the Ras Al-Aroud area, south of Sa’ir, wounding one of them in the back and the other in the chest.

The two young Palestinians were transferred to Al-Ahli Hospital in Hebron, where their injuries were reported to be critical. They were later pronounced dead. 


A Palestinian youth was killed on Tuesday morning, while his brother was detained, by Israeli occupation forces during a raid in the Qalandiya refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said that Mohammad Yousef Manasra, 25, from Qalandiya, was killed during a military raid by Israeli occupation forces.

Eyewitnesses said that Israeli forces violently stormed Manasra’s house by blowing up the door with a bomb that killed the Palestinian youth instantly.

Israeli occupation forces detained Manasra’s brother before they withdrew.

WAFA correspondent said that Israeli occupation forces fired bullets, gas bombs, and sound bombs as they stormed many homes in the camp.

With the killing of Manasra, the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank since the beginning of 2023 has risen to 468, including 260 who were killed after October 7th.


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