Al-Quds Brigades announce that their Resistance fighters confronted the Israeli occupation forces with intense fire.
Palestinian Resistance fighters confronted Israeli occupation forces during their storming of the city of Tulkarm early Sunday.
The storming Israeli units, which were protected by a large number of military vehicles, unexpectedly fell under Resistance bullets that were already anticipating them, forcing them to withdraw from the city.
The Al-Quds Brigades’ Tulkarm Brigade confirmed that its fighters confronted the occupation forces that stormed the city and carried out attacks against them from multiple fronts, while the Jenin Brigade announced targeting with direct bullets two occupation settlements in the occupied West Bank, Jenin.
At the Shuafat refugee camp checkpoint in occupied Al-Quds, Palestinian youths confronted storming occupation forces, targeting the soldiers with loud fireworks so as to cause confusion among their forces, while the IOF fired gas canisters in an attempt to disperse the Palestinians.
The occupied West Bank has been subjected to increasing Israeli terrorism in the past few months, as fears grow in “Tel Aviv” that the Resistance’s uprising in the city may lead as a new front against the occupation, posing an existential threat to its future.
Earlier on Friday, a Palestinian child was murdered by Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in Beit Lahm, in the occupied West Bank.
The IOF stormed Beit Lahm and shot dead Mostafa Amer Sabah, 16, in the town of Teqoa. The occupation’s military said it shot the child dead after he allegedly “continued to hurl rocks” at occupation troops.
Also on Friday, Palestinian Resistance fighters confronted Israeli forces storming Al-Jabriyat neighborhood in Jenin, in the occupied West Bank. The Al-Quds Brigades’ Jenin Brigade confirmed that it targeted the occupation forces in the vicinity of the Jenin refugee camp with heavy fire.
Israeli media reported two Palestinians were injured, including a 14-year-old boy, while a third was arrested during the storming.