Israeli forces kill 17-year-old Palestinian boy during military raid into Jenin camp

Picture of 17-year-old Palestinian Amjad Al-Fayed who was shot dead by Israeli occupation forces during a military raid into the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank on May 21, 2022

Jenin (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces killed on Saturday morning a 17-year-old Palestinian boy during a military raid into the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry cnofirmed that Amjad al-Fayed was shot by Israeli forces in the neck and chest.

His father said, as local sources reported, that the forces shot him with 11 live bullets all over his body.

Media coverage: Hundreds of Palestinians take part in the funeral procession of the 17-year-old Amjad al-Fayed, who was shot dead today by the Israeli occupation forces during a military raid on Jenin.

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Earlier today, the Israeli forces stormed the city of Jenin and its camp. Confrontations erupted between the occupation soldiers and young Palestinian men and boys on Haifa Street, where Israeli soldiers also fired live bullets at the Palestinians.

The Health Ministry also announced that an 18-year-old boy was wounded with a live bullet to the abdomen and his condition is critical.

Local sources reported that two of Amjad’s uncles, Amjad and Muhammad al-Fayed, were also shot dead by Israeli forces in 2002 in a military raid on the same camp.

On Sunday (May 15), 40-year-old senior Palestinian figure, Dauod Zubeidi, who is brother of Palestinian detainee in Israeli prisons and one of Gilbou’s six breakers, Zakaria Zubeidi, also died of injuries sustained during an Israeli military raid in Jenin refugee camp. Daoud was reportedly among 13 Palestinians injured on May 13 by Israeli forces near and in the city of Jenin.

That raid came only two days after an Israeli sniper shot and killed Al Jazeera’s reporter Shereen Abu Aqleh while she was covering an Israeli military raid into the Jenin refugee camp despite wearing a press vest on Wednesday (May 11).

(Source / 21.05.2022)

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