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Stab Operation Critically Injures Zionist Settler near Al-Khalil

Israeli media outlets reported that a stab attack near Havat Yehuda settlement in occupied West Bank critically injured one settler, adding that the stabber was shot dead. Zionist Channel 14 noted that an Israeli vehicle came under fire near Ramallah.

The Zionist occupation forces failed early Wednesday to arrest one of the Palestinians from his house after storming Nablus camp in occupied West Bank and clashing with the Palestinian resistance fighters, which claimed martyr Ahmad Abu Jneid.

Local sources reported that the enemy troops vandalized the house of the wanted Abdullah Abu Shlal and engaged in fierce clashes with the Palestinian resistance fighters in Balata Camp.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian Resistance factions condemned the PLO security agencies act of attacking a peaceful protest in Nablus demanding the release of Mousaab Ashtieh and the rest of the prisoners kidnapped by the PLO forces.

In a statement, the factions indicated that the repression policies serve the Israeli enemy, calling on the PLO to support the Palestinian people against the Zionist crimes.

The Palestinian prisoners committee announced holding a strike across the Israeli jails in rejection of the provocative moves of the extremist security minister Itamar Ben-Gvir.

Ben-Gvir also threatened to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque again, claiming that he wants to tell Hamas that the Shrine is not theirs.

Guarded by the Israeli occupation forces, dozens of Zionist settlers stormed on Wednesday Al-Aqsa Mosque in the context of the enemy’s plot to Judaize the Holy Shrine.

On the other hand, pro-Netanyahu’s political camp called for arresting the Zionist opposition leaders, including Yair Lapid, Benny Gantz, and Moshe Yaalon over treason accusations.

In this regard, MK Zvi Vogel said that the opposition has the right to hold protests without encouraging the Israelis to engage in a civil war.

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