Israeli occupation forces kill six Palestinians in Jenin raid


Israeli occupation forces assassinated, on Tuesday evening, six Palestinian young men, and shot another, in the town of Kafr Dan, northwest of Jenin in the northern West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed that occupation forces shot and killed six Palestinian young men and injured one during a military incursion into the town on Tuesday.

An Israeli special forces unit entered the village on Tuesday and besieged a home before shelling it, the official Palestinian news agency Wafa reported.

According to Wissam Bakr, the director of Jenin Governmental Hospital, initially one slain young man and another who had sustained injuries arrived at the hospital, while a third young man who sustained a critical gunshot wound to the head arrived at the Ibn Sina Hospital, in Jenin.

For its part, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) stated that their ambulance crews transported to hospital, a slain young man and a young man who sustained a very serious gunshot wound to the head.

After the occupation army withdrew from the town, three more slain young men were discovered by local citizens.

The slain Palestinians were identified as Mohammad Hazza’ Marei, Ahmad Mohammad Samoudi, Ayman Abdul-Karim Abu Fadala, Saqer Arif Aabed, 28, Mustafa Allam Marei, 21, and Ahmad Mohammad Abu Obeid, 21.