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The director of Ibn Sina Hospital in the city of Jenin, Samer Attia, announced, at dawn on Monday, that two Palestinian youths were killed, and six others, one of whom was seriously wounded, were shot by Israeli occupation forces, during their raid on the village of Kafr Dan, west of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
According to the Palestinian News Agency, Wafa, the two martyrs are: Muhammad Samer Hoshieh, 21, from the town of Al-Yamoun, who succumbed to a bullet wound to his chest, and Fouad Mahmoud Ahmad Abed, 17, from Kafr Dan, who succumbed to his injury to the abdomen and thigh.
Large forces of the occupation army, accompanied by a military bulldozer, stormed the village of Kafr Dan, and surrounded the homes of the families of the two martyrs, Ahmed Ayman Ibrahim Abed and Abd al-Rahman Hani Subhi Abed, in preparation for their demolition, which led to the outbreak of violent confrontations during which 8 Palestinians were shot, and it was later announced that they were martyred. Two of them succumbed to their injuries.
During the raid, the occupation forces also arrested the young man, Maher Hani Abed, after they raided his house, who is the brother of the martyr Abdel Rahman.
The two martyrs, Ahmed and Abdel-Rahman Abed, were shot dead by the occupation forces on the fourteenth of last September (2022) near the Al-Jalama military checkpoint, north of Jenin.
It is noteworthy that 224 martyrs were killed by the Israeli occupation forces, last year 2022, including 59 martyrs from Jenin Governorate.
A farewell march for the two martyrs, Abed and Houshieh, in Jenin
In the city of Jenin, a mass march was launched in front of Ibn Sina Hospital, the participants carried the bodies of the two martyrs, Abed and Houshieh, on their shoulders, and roamed the streets and camp of the city, chanting slogans condemning the ongoing Israeli occupation crimes against the Palestinian people.
The participants in the march called for strengthening national unity as the most powerful weapon to confront the occupation, calling for the need to provide international protection for our people, especially in light of the new extremist Israeli government.
The "Fatah" movement mourned the two martyrs, Abed and Hushia, and called on the masses of Jenin to participate in the funeral of their bodies in front of Jenin Governmental Hospital at exactly ten o'clock in the morning, before transferring them to their hometowns in Yamun and Kafr Dan, to bury them.