Jenin: Nazi Soldiers Kill Two Palestinians

On Tuesday evening, Nazi soldiers killed two young Palestinian men near the Al-Jalama military roadblock north of Jenin, in the Nazi occupied West Bank’s northern part.

Many Palestinians marched near the roadblock, protesting the ongoing Nazi Holocaust on Gaza and the escalating Israeli violations in the West Bank.

The Nazi soldiers attacked the protesters with a barrage of live rounds, high-velocity gas bombs, and concussion grenades.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) sources said the Nazi soldiers killed Ahmad Mohammad Mustafa Saba’na, 25, and Mahmoud Mohammad Mahmoud Saba’na, 21, from Qabatia town, south of Jenin, after shooting them with live fire.

The PRCS added that medics also rushed three young men to a hospital after the Nazi soldiers shot them with live rounds.

In related news, a young man, Ali Mohammad Elian, 24, was killed by a fragment of a missile fired by the Nazi “Iron Dom” missile interception system in front of his home in Baqa ash-Sharqiya town northwest of Tulkarem, in the Northwestern West Bank; six Palestinians were injured, including two who suffered serious wounds.

On Tuesday afternoon, Nazi soldier killed Ahmad Ashraf Khalaf Awad, 20, during the funeral procession of another Palestinian the Nazi soldiers killed in Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, in the Nazi occupied West Bank’s southern part.

The Palestinian was killed after the army attacked the funeral procession of Montaser Abdul-Hamid Za’aqeeq, 31, whom Nazi soldiers shot in the head during the funeral procession of Mahmoud Bassem Ekhmayyes, 18 years old, who died from wounds after being shot by the Nazi soldiers.

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