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West Bank: Innocent Civilians Killed and Injured in Israeli Occupation Forces Raids

The director of the Areeha Governmental Hospital Confirmed early Tuesday morning the death of Shadi Issa Jalaita, a 44-year-old father of three, at the hands of Israeli occupation forces. Local media revealed that Shadi was the brother of Fadi Jalaita, a 46-year-old prisoner who has spent 24 years in Israeli occupation prisons.

Simultaneous raids in the Aqabat Jaber and Ain Sultan camps, as well as the al-Duyuk village and surrounding towns, left two civilians injured by gunfire. One young boy suffered a gunshot wound to the chest and another individual was shot in the knee. Medical teams rushed to the scene and the injured were transferred to nearby hospitals for treatment.

As tensions escalated, resistance fighters engaged in clashes with the Israeli occupation forces. Reports emerged of ongoing confrontations between the resistance and IOF in various locations throughout the West Bank.

Israeli occupation forces began to withdraw from the Nur Shams camp in Tulkarm after a three-day siege. This move followed multiple shooting operations against the Israeli occupation military and a series of clashes with resistance fighters.

The Israeli occupation forces admitted that seven soldiers were wounded in the conformations, with two sustaining moderate injuries.

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