For Netanyahu, there is no humanitarian truce without the release of the Israeli hostages

For Netanyahu, there is no humanitarian truce without the release of the Israeli hostages

Six Palestinians were killed in Israeli raids in the West Bank

The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that six Palestinians were martyred today, Friday, in a series of Israeli army incursions into the occupied West Bank. The ministry stated that three of these Palestinians, aged between 17 and 26, were killed in Jenin, a stronghold of Palestinian armed groups in the northern West Bank, where two other Palestinians were fatally wounded by Israeli army fire on Thursday evening.

According to the official Palestinian Wafa Agency, two Palestinians who were martyred on Friday were killed in a drone air strike on a house in the Jenin refugee camp.

In the Hebron region in the south of the West Bank, two Palestinians, aged 33 and 36, were martyred during the Israeli occupation army’s incursion into the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, according to the Palestinian Ministry and Wafa Agency.

The Israeli army also carried out a raid in the Qalandia refugee camp north of Jerusalem, during which a 19-year-old Palestinian man was martyred, according to the same sources. It was not immediately possible to obtain a comment from the Israeli army on these incursions. In addition, a Palestinian who was injured by Israeli fire in the Nablus area in the northern West Bank died today, Friday, according to what the ministry announced.

Since October 7, more than 140 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank by Israeli soldiers or settlers, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health. Since then, Israeli security services have arrested about 1,900 Palestinians in the West Bank, according to the Prisoners’ Club, an association that defends the rights of detainees.

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