Abdul-Hadi Fakhri Nazzal

January 12, 2023: Abdul-Hadi Fakhri Nazzal, 18, was killed by Israeli soldiers who also killed another Palestinian in Qabatia town, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers shot Abdul-Hadi with live rounds in the neck and the chest, inflicting serious wounds.

The Health Ministry added that the medics rushed Abdul-Hadi to a hospital in Jenin, but he succumbed to his serious injuries.

It added that the soldiers also killed Habib Mohammad Abdul-Rahman Kamil, 25, after shooting him with a live round in the head.

Habib Kamil

The two were killed after many military vehicles invaded Qabatia, leading to protests, and fired dozens of live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades.

During the invasion, the soldiers shot at least three other Palestinians who were rushed to hospitals in Jenin.

The Israeli army said its invasion of Qabatia was planned in coordination with the Shabak and the undercover forces and was reportedly “based in intelligence regarding the location of Palestinian fighters” and added that the soldiers managed to arrest one Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Alawna.

The army claimed Alawna was involved in many shooting incidents against the soldiers and added that the soldiers located weapons during searches of homes and buildings.

Samir Aslan

On the same day at dawn, the soldiers killed Samir Awni Harbi Aslan, 41, in the Qalandia refugee camp, north of the occupied capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, and abducted fifteen young men. He was the fourth Palestinian to be killed by the soldiers in 24 hours.

The deaths of the three Palestinians within a few hours bring the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire in the first twelve days of this year, 2023, to nine, including three children.

The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed the following names of the nine Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire in the first twelve days of this month, January 2023.

  1. Abdul-Hadi Fakhri Nazzal, 18, Qabatia, Jenin.
  2. Habib Mohammad Kamil, Qabatia, Jenin, 25.
  3. Samir Awni Harbi Aslan, 41, Qalandia refugee camp, Jerusalem.
  4. Sanad Mohammad Samamra, 19, ath-Thaheriyya, Hebron.
  5. Ahmad Amer Abu Jneid, 21, Balata, Nablus.
  6. Fuad Mohammad Aabed, 17, Kafr Dan, Jenin.
  7. Mohammad Samer Houshiyya, 22, Al-Yamoun, Jenin.
  8. Adam Essam Ayyad, 15, Deheishe refugee camp, Bethlehem.
  9. Amer Abu Zeitoun, 16, Nablus.

ِAbdul-Hadi was from Qabatia, south of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. SourceIMEMC