Mohammad Maher Sa’id (Ghawadra)

  October 14, 2022: Mohammad Maher Sa’id (Ghawadra), 17, died from serious wounds he suffered along with his cousin, on September 2022, before they were abducted by the soldiers allegedly for being behind an attack on a bus transporting Israeli soldiers to a military base.

Mohammad suffered serious burns to most of his body when he and his cousin, Mohammad Walid Ghawadra, 22, reportedly attacked, on September 4, the bus transporting Israeli soldiers to a military base with Molotov cocktails and fired many live rounds at it.

The Israeli army claimed that one of the Molotov cocktail bottles ignited in their truck before they allegedly drove another kilometer and pulled over when their vehicle caught fire and continued on foot before Israeli soldiers abducted them.

According to Israeli media sources, the shots were fired from a passing truck. However, it is unclear how the shots were fired from a passing vehicle since photos of the bus show many bullet holes in the front part of the windshield, not on the side.

Mohammad remained in critical condition at the Tal HaShomer Israeli hospital due to burns that almost covered %90 of his body. The doctors treated him for severe wounds and amputated his left arm. The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said Mohammad’s cousin was seriously injured in the incident.

An Israeli court ordered their continued detention at the medical center, awaiting trial before Mohammad Maher Ghawadra succumbed to his serious wounds.

Mohammad was from Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Ahmad Mohammad Daraghma

October 08, 2022: Ahmad Mohammad Hussein Daraghma, 24, was killed by Israeli soldiers In Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The soldiers also killed another Palestinian during the invasion.

Media sources said several armored Israeli military vehicles invaded the Jenin city and Jenin refugee camp before the soldiers killed the two Palestinians, and injured at least eleven, three seriously.

Medical sources at Ibn Sina Specialist Hospital in Jenin said Ahmad succumbed to serious gunshot wounds to the head.

The soldiers also killed Mahmoud Moayyad Sous, 18, after shooting him with a live round in the neck.

The medical sources added that the soldiers also shot seven Palestinians, three seriously.

The head of the Jenin governmental hospital, Wisam Bakr, said the medical center provided treatment to one Palestinian who was shot in the shoulder and two in the lower extremities.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers shot six Palestinians in the lower extremities before the medics rushed them to Jenin governmental hospital.

Dozens of Palestinians suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, cuts, and bruises before receiving treatment from local medics.

Furthermore, medical sources at Ibn Sina hospital said an Israeli army jeep rammed Anwar Abu as-Siba’ and his daughter, Eman, while standing in front of their home in the refugee camp.

The soldiers also fired dozens of gas bombs, smoke, and concussion grenades at Palestinian protesters and surrounding homes.

During the Israeli invasion, which also included military helicopters, Palestinian resistance fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp, while some protesters also hurled stones and pipe bombs at the army vehicles.

In addition, the Quds News Network said the soldiers fired live rounds at its correspondent and other Palestinian journalists in the refugee camp and surrounding areas.

The soldiers also stormed and ransacked several homes, causing damage, and surrounded a home, leading to an exchange of fire, before abducting a young man, Saleh Abu Zreina.

The soldiers invaded the home to abduct Mohammad Abu Zreina, but took his brother, Saleh, when they could not local Mohammad.

After killing the two Palestinians and wounding at least eleven, the soldiers withdrew from the refugee camp and Jenin city.

The killing of the two Palestinians came just one day after Israeli soldiers fatally shot Adel Ibrahim Adel Daoud, 14, and Mahdi Mohammad Ladadwa, 17, and injured dozens of Palestinians near Qalqilia and Ramallah, in the northern and central parts of the occupied West Bank.

Ahmad was from Tubas in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank. SourceIMEMC

Mahmoud Moayyad Sous

October 08, 2022: Mahmoud Moayyad Sous, 18, was killed by Israeli soldiers In Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The soldiers also killed another Palestinian during the invasion.

Media sources said several armored Israeli military vehicles invaded the Jenin city and Jenin refugee camp before the soldiers killed the two teenage boys and injured at least eleven, three seriously.

Medical sources at Ibn Sina Specialist Hospital in Jenin said the soldiers killed Mahmoud after shooting him with a live round in the neck.

The medical sources added that the soldiers also shot seven Palestinians, three seriously.

One of the seriously wounded Palestinians, Ahmad Mohammad Hussein Daraghma, 24, from Tubas in the northeastern West Bank, succumbed to serious wounds.

Medical sources at the Jenin governmental hospital said Ahmad suffered serious gunshot wounds to the head and succumbed to his injuries.

The head of the Jenin governmental hospital, Wisam Bakr, said the medical center provided treatment to one Palestinian who was shot in the shoulder and two in the lower extremities.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said the soldiers shot six Palestinians in the lower extremities before the medics rushed them to Jenin governmental hospital.

Dozens of Palestinians suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, cuts, and bruises before receiving treatment from local medics.

Furthermore, medical sources at Ibn Sina hospital said an Israeli army jeep rammed Anwar Abu as-Siba’ and his daughter, Eman, while standing in front of their home in the refugee camp.

The soldiers also fired dozens of gas bombs, smoke, and concussion grenades at Palestinian protesters and surrounding homes.

During the Israeli invasion, which also included military helicopters, Palestinian resistance fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp, while some protesters also hurled stones and pipe bombs at the army vehicles.

In addition, the Quds News Network said the soldiers fired live rounds at its correspondent and other Palestinian journalists in the refugee camp and surrounding areas.

The soldiers also stormed and ransacked several homes, causing damage, and surrounded a home, leading to an exchange of fire, before abducting a young man, Saleh Abu Zreina.

The soldiers invaded the home to abduct Mohammad Abu Zreina, but took his brother, Saleh, when they could not local Mohammad.

After killing the two Palestinians and wounding at least eleven, the soldiers withdrew from the refugee camp and Jenin city.

The killing of the two Palestinians came just one day after Israeli soldiers fatally shot Adel Ibrahim Adel Daoud, 14, and Mahdi Mohammad Ladadwa, 17, and injured dozens of Palestinians near Qalqilia and Ramallah, in the northern and central parts of the occupied West Bank.

Mahmoud was from Jenin refugee camp, in Jenin, in the northern part of the West Bank. SourceIMEMC

Rayyan Yasser Suleiman

September 29, 2022: Rayyan Yasser Suleiman, 7, died from a heart attack after Israeli soldiers chased the terrified child to his home, accusing him and his brother of throwing stones at them.

Initial reports indicated that the soldiers chased Rayyan and many other schoolchildren when the army invaded Tuqu town, southeast of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank, before he fell from an altitude and died.

However, further investigations and testimonies, including one of his teachers, revealed that the soldiers literally scared the child to death when many soldiers stormed and ransacked his family’s home to abduct his brother.

One of his teachers said Rayan and dozens of children, and after a normal (except for the presence of the soldiers), were chased by the soldiers all the way to their homes or near their homes, causing severe anxiety attacks that caused Rayan to have a heart attack.

She added that the day was just as any other normal school day, but ended with Israeli soldiers chasing the children, and causing Rayyan to suffer a heart attack.

The Israeli army frequently invaded schools’ areas in several parts of the occupied West Bank, especially when the children head to their schools or when they walk back home.

Since Palestinian villages and towns are generally small, it is normal for schoolchildren to walk to school and walk back home.

The Israeli army claimed the soldiers wanted “question the parents about a stone-throwing incident. However, it is not unusual for the Israeli occupation army to abduct and interrogate small children.

The Health Ministry said Palestinian medics rushed Rayyan to the Emergency Department of Beit Jala governmental hospital, but he had no heartbeats, and all efforts to save his life failed.

After the child’s death, many soldiers invaded his family’s home and ransacked it before interrogating his parents and other Palestinians.

Israeli soldiers have killed 35 Palestinian children, 19 in the West Bank and 16 in the Gaza Strip, since the beginning of this year, the Health Ministry stated.

On the same day, the soldiers invaded a Palestinian school in the southern area of Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, before attacking and injuring many schoolchildren and teachers.

A day earlier, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed that Israeli soldiers killed four Palestinians and injured forty-four, some seriously, in a massive invasion of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Rayyan was from Tuqu town, southeast of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Sa’ed Adnan al-Koni

September 25, 2022: Sa’ed Adnan al-Koni, 26, was killed by Israeli soldiers who ambushed him and several others in Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Palestinian was assassinated when the soldiers ambushed several Palestinians and fired live rounds at his Motorcycle and a car driving in the city. Sa’ed was the one driving the Motorcycle.

Eyewitnesses said the Palestinians in the ambushed car managed to flee the scene, but the army injured some of them.

The soldiers also abducted two Palestinians, Ashraf Kousa and Taqeyeddin Boshkar, from the Ta’awon neighborhood and the Housing Projects in the city.

The Israeli army said its soldiers ambushed the Palestinians and opened fire on them “after identifying them as the persons responsible for several incidents of firing rounds at Har Bracha settlement.”

The Palestinian was identified and assassinated before noticing the soldiers who ambushed him and the other young men. The army took his corpse before leaving the area.

The army said the Golani Brigade soldiers “opened fire at armed Palestinians who were identified on a motorcycle and in a car” in Nablus.

Israeli Ynet News quoted the army claiming that the “soldiers identified a motorcycle followed by a car, and after confirming they were armed, the soldiers opened fire, killing the man riding the motorcycle.”

The slain Palestinian was a member of the “Lions’ Den” resistance group, which includes fighters from several factions; the group aims to unify armed resistance fighters regardless of political affiliation.

On Saturday, September 24, the soldiers killed Mohammad Ali Hussein Abu Kafia, 36, after his car accidentally collided with an empty police vehicle near Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

He is the fourteenth Palestinian to be killed by Israeli soldiers since the beginning of this month, September 2022.

  1. September 25, 2022, Sa’ed al-Koni, 26.
  2. September 24, 2022, Mohammad Ali Abu Kafia, 36
  3. September 22, 2022, Mohammad Osama Abu Jom’a, 23
  4. September 15, 2022, Odai Trad Hisham Salah, 17
  5. September 14, 2022, Abdul-Rahman Hani ‘Aabed, 22
  6. September 14, 2022, Ahmad Ayman ‘Aabed, 23
  7. September 11, 2022, Hamad Mustafa Abu Jilda, 24
  8. September 08, 2022, Haitham Hani Mubarak, 16
  9. September 07, 2022, Younis Ghassan Tayeh, 21
  10. September 06, 2022, Mohammad Mousa Saba’na, 29
  11. September 05, 2022, Taher Mohmmad Zakarna, 20
  12. September 02, 2022, Fadi Mohammad Ghattas, 19
  13. September 01, 2022, Yazan Naim Affana, 24
  14. September 01, 2022, Samer Mahmoud Khaled, 25

Saed was from Nablus, in the northern part of the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mohammad Ali Abu Kafia

September 24, 2022: Mohammad Ali Hussein Abu Kafia, 36, was killed by Israeli soldiers after his car accidentally collided with an empty police vehicle near Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

The Israeli army and various Israeli media outlets justified the fatal shooting by describing the traffic accident as a “deliberate ramming attack.”

Some Israeli media sources claimed the two officers were injured, but the Israeli police later released a statement denying the reports.

The Israeli police said its officers were interrogating a Palestinian when the other driver, Mohammad, was reportedly driving fast and crashed into an empty Police vehicle.

Video By Palestine TV

The Israeli army issued a brief statement claiming that the officers opened fire at the Palestinian car when the “driver tried to run them over,” however, it added that “there was no way to verify this allegation immediately.”

Many Palestinians, including several women, have been killed or seriously injured after Israeli soldiers or police officers opened fire at them in similar traffic accidents, simply because they are Palestinians, and the other party of the accident was an Israeli soldier, officer, or colonialist settler.

Mohammad’s cousin, Ramadan Abu Kafia, said Mohammad was driving back home from Qalqilia, in the northern West Bank, when he had a traffic accident with an empty police vehicle parked at the side of the street near Havat Gilad illegal colony, southwest of Nablus.

He added that the soldiers immediately decided that he was carrying out a ramming attack” and opened fire at him even though their lives were not in any danger, and they could have easily arrested him to investigate the incident.

A week ago, the soldiers shot and seriously injured a young Palestinian man in a traffic accident in Huwwara town, south of Nablus.

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates issued a statement denouncing the killing of Mohammad Abu Kafia and said it is yet another Israeli crime against the Palestinian civilians in occupied Palestine.

It added that the Israeli political and military leaderships passed various legislations and laws allowing the soldiers and the police to resort to fatal means against the Palestinians merely if they suspect the Palestinians “intended to carry an attack out.”

The Foreign Affairs Ministry called on the International Community to act on providing the needed protection for the Palestinian people and called on the International Criminal Court to immediately start investigating Israeli crimes against Palestinian civilians.

Mohammad, a teacher, an education counselor, and a married father of three children, the youngest is only six years of age, was from Beit Ijza village, northwest of occupied Jerusalem, in the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Mohammad Osama Abu Jom’a

September 22, 2022: Mohammad Osama Abu Jom’a, 23, was killed by Israeli soldiers in Modi’in Illit illegal colony built on stolen Palestinian lands west of Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

Israeli sources claimed that the Palestinian mildly injured eight Israeli colonizers after he allegedly “lunged at a car, tried to open its doors and attacked the Israelis with a knife and pepper spray.”

They alleged that two Israelis were stabbed and suffered light wounds, and six were maced with pepper spray before an off-duty police officer who happened to be in the area fatally shot the Palestinian.

Israeli medical sources said the injured Israelis were all treated by medics at the scene due to their mild wounds.

Israel Police Commissioner Yaakov Shabtai arrived at the scene and met Senior Staff Sergeant “Major D.” a Border Police officer who killed the Palestinian and saluted him

“Major D.” claimed that “he was in his car with his wife when the Palestinian opened the door and “tried to stab them,” he also presented his version of the “sequence of events” that led to him fatally shooting Mohammad.

The officer claimed that, after the Palestinian tried to open the car’s door to stab his wife, he stepped on the gas and sped away to a distance of about 20 meters before getting out of the vehicle and heading to Mohammad.

The officer also claimed that he only drew his weapon and fired several shots when he saw that Mohammad continued to run in his direction before he fired more rounds at him.

The Border Police commissioner, Amir Cohen also “thanked the officer” for his “professionalism and for saving lives….”

The family of the slain Palestinian denied the Israeli allegations and said that Mohammad and one of his relatives worked at the colony and added that an argument broke out between Mohammad and his employer before a colonizer used pepper spray, leading to a scuffle and the subsequent fatal shooting.

They added that no knife or sharp objects were involved, and that Mohammad’s life could have been spared if the off-duty officer in plain clothes did not elect to use his firearm and used other means to defuse the situation.

Mohammad was from the at-Tour town in occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Tayseer Daoud Yousuf Al-Sayegh

September 20, 2022: Tayseer Daoud Yousuf Al-Sayegh, 67, died after the Israeli authorities denied his travel for treatment at Al-Muttala Hospital in occupied Jerusalem.

Mikhail Yousuf Nicola Al-Nasrawi, 28, the patient’s companion, said that in a medical examination for Dr. al-Sayegh at al-Quds Hospital in Gaza City late in July 2022, doctors discovered a cancerous tumor spread in his lung and liver and confirmed the urgent need for an urgent treatment protocol that is not available in the Gaza Strip Hospitals and only available in Al-Muttala’ Hospital in occupied Jerusalem.

Al-Sayegh received a referral for medical referral and a hospital appointment on 05 September 2022.

He then applied for a permit to the Israeli authorities to travel via Beit Hanoun ‘Erez’ crossing and receive treatment at the Hospital on the date appointed for his treatment, yet the latter delayed responding to his travel permit and the appointment date expired.

As a result, he had to obtain a new appointment on October 22, 2022, and applied again for the permit to allow him to travel.

The patient headed to the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) to help him obtaining a permit, but his health condition deteriorated, and he died at dawn on Tuesday before his permit was issued.

PCHR, in its capacity as the legal representative, intervened and sent an urgent request to the Israeli legal advisor at Bein Hanoun “Erez” crossing to allow the patient to travel on September 5, 2022, but received a response that the permit was denied.

PCHR then submitted a challenge to the Israeli Prosecution on September 15, to all the patient to travel due to his serious condition, but the patient died before receiving a response to the challenge.

According to PCHR’s follow-up, since the beginning of so far this year, the Israeli authorities have obstructed the travel of 5,001 patients with serious diseases that lack treatment at the Strip’s hospitals.[1]

These restrictions coincide with the deterioration of the healthcare system in the Gaza Strip due to the Israeli-imposed closure on the Gaza Strip for the last 16 years, causing a perpetual shortage of essential drugs and medical devices and insufficient number of specialized health personnel.

PCHR condemned the obstruction of Gaza Strip Patients’ travel for treatment abroad, and calls on the international community, including the High Contracting Parties to the 1949 Fourth Geneva Convention to exert pressure on the Israeli occupation authorities to assume their legal responsibilities towards the Gaza Strip population, including patients, and to ensure that adequate and safe mechanism is provided for their travel.

It called on the international community to pressure Israel to lift the closure imposed on the Gaza Strip in line with Security Council Resolution No. 1860 that calls for the unimpeded provision and distribution of humanitarian assistance throughout Gaza, including of food, fuel, and medical treatment which means allowing the entry of medical supplies used in radiotherapy, chemical drugs and periodic examinations for cancer patients that are not available in Gaza hospitals.

Since the beginning of this year, the number of patients denied travel for treatment abroad has risen to 6, including 3 children.

Dr. Taiseer was from Gaza. Source: The Palestinian Center For Human Rights (PCHR)

[1] Date obtained by PCHR’s fieldworkers from the Coordination and Liaison Department at the Ministry of Health

Odai Trad Hisham Salah

September 15, 2022: Odai Trad Hisham Salah, 17, was killed by Israeli soldiers in Kafr Dan village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

Several Israeli military vehicles invaded Kafr Dan, leading to protests before the soldiers killed a teenage boy and injured three Palestinians, one seriously.

Sources at the Khalil Suleiman governmental hospital in Jenin said the soldiers shot Odai with an expanding bullet in the head, killing him instantly.

They added that soldiers also shot three Palestinian, including Ahmad Rashad, who suffered life-threatening wounds after the soldiers shot him in the back, and another who was moderately injured.

The soldiers attacked Palestinian journalists and threatened to shoot Palestine TV crew trying to enter the town to report on the ongoing invasion.

The soldiers also stormed many homes in the town and deployed their sharpshooters on their rooftops.

Dozens of Palestinians protested the invasion in several parts of the town, and hurled stones at the soldiers who fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades at the Palestinians and surrounding homes.

Palestine TV has reported that the Israeli attack and the intensity of the gas bombs and concussion grenades caused a fire in one home.

The town’s invasion lasted for at least four hours; the soldiers also closed and isolated the entire town and turned it into a closed military zone.

The invasion of Kafr Dan was carried out by a large military force before the soldiers stormed and ransacked the homes of Ahmad Ayman Ibrahim ‘Aabed, 23, and Abdul-Rahman Hani Sobhi ‘Aabed, 22, who were killed, Wednesday September 14, after exchanging fire with Israeli soldiers near Jenin, killing a commander of the Nahal Reconnaissance Battalion Maj. Bar Pelach, 30.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers interrogated the families for several hours while ransacking their homes and abducted Amer Taha ‘Aabed, the cousin of Ahmad.

Israeli Combat Engineering Corps took measurements of the homes, a move that comes before the army detonates the properties in an act of illegal collective punishments.

The soldiers also invaded Kafr Ra’ey town, searched homes, and abducted Aysar Al-Atrash, a former political prisoner whom Israel imprisoned for eighteen years.

Palestinian armed resistance groups in Jenin said the struggle for liberation and independence will continue despite the serious Israeli escalation and crimes against the Palestinian people, their homes and lands, and their holy sites.

On September 8, Haitham Hani Mubarak, 16, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers near the main entrance of Beitin village, northeast of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On September 7, the soldiers killed Younis Ghassan Tayeh, 21, in the al-Far’a refugee camp, south of Tubas, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 6, the soldiers killed Mohammad Mousa Saba’na, 29, and injured at least nine Palestinians in the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

On September 5, the soldiers invaded Jenin city and Qabatia town, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, killed a young man, Taher Mohmmad Zakarna, 19, injured another, and abducted five.

On September 2, the soldiers killed Fadi Mohammad Fayez Ghattas, 19, after an alleged stabbing attack targeting soldiers, near Beit Einoun village junction, northeast of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 1, the soldiers killed Yazan Naim Affana, 24, after shooting him with live fire while the army withdrew from Um ash-Sharayet neighborhood in Al-Biereh city after the army invaded the Al-Biereh city in the Ramallah and Al-Biereh governorate, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

On the same day, the soldiers killed Mahmoud Suleiman Khaled, 25, in front of the main entrance of Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 3, Mousa Haroun Abu Mahameed, 40, a Palestinian political prisoner held by Israel, died at an Israeli medical center.

Odai was from Kafr Dan village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin. Source: IMEMC

Abdul-Rahman Hani ‘Aabed

September 14, 2022: Abdul-Rahman Hani ‘Aabed, 22, was killed by Israeli soldiers during an exchange of gunfire near the village of Jalama, north of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

According to Israeli sources, the Palestinian and Ahmad Ayman ‘Aabed, 23, were seen approaching the Israeli Annexation Wall near the village, and Israeli soldiers began to drive up near them.

The Israeli media claimed that the Palestinians began shooting at the soldiers, who returned fire, resulting in the deaths of the two Palestinians and one Israeli soldier.

Palestine TV said Ahmad, a graduate of the Istiqlal University, worked with the Palestinian Military Intelligence service.

Israeli sources said the slain soldier have been identified as deputy commander of the Nahal Reconnaissance Battalion Maj. Bar Pelach, 30.

The army phoned the families of the two slain Palestinians, ordering them to come to the roadblock to identify their corpses, but refused to release them to their families.

The army also closed the roadblock and said it would remain blockaded at least for three days.

Abdul-Rahman’s father said a senior army officer ordered him to head to the roadblock and detained him for about an hour before showing him mobile phone pictures of his slain son and Ahmad after they were shot dead.

The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of the Fateh party, claimed responsibility for the attack.

Palestinian factions in Jenin declared a general strike to mourn the slain Palestinians.

Amjad Abu Farha, the head of Al-Jalama Village Council, said several army jeeps and bulldozers invaded the village and demolished a cement wall where the two young men were killed. The demolished wall is on land owned by Morad Saleh Abu Farha.

Ahmad Ayman ‘Aabed

A spokesperson for the Hamas party, Hazem Qasem, reportedly said, “As of today, the heroes of Jenin ignore all the empty threats of the occupation against the cities of the West Bank and do not pay attention to the Israeli attempts to intimidate the resistance.

“The martyrs of Jenin this morning are fueling another revolution and escalation of the struggle against the occupation and their blood is the tax of triumph and liberation. This revolution will continue to escalate across all West Bank cities in defense of the al-Aqsa Mosque, in response to the occupation’s crimes, and on the path to liberation of the land, the people, and the martyrs.”

Following the fatal shooting, the Israeli cabinet convened a special session to discuss the “increasing number of Palestinian attacks'” this month.

The killing of the two young brings the number of slain Palestinians, killed by the Israeli occupation army this month to ten, in addition to one a political prisoner who died at an Israeli medical center.

On September 11, a young Palestinian man, Hamad Mustafa Abu Jilda, 24, from Jenin refugee camp, died from serious wounds he suffered on September 6, after dozens of military vehicles invaded Jenin city and Jenin refugee camp.

On September 8, Haitham Hani Mubarak, 16, was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers near the main entrance of Beitin village, northeast of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

On September 7, the soldiers killed Younis Ghassan Tayeh, 21, in the al-Far’a refugee camp, south of Tubas, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 6, the soldiers killed Mohammad Mousa Saba’na, 29, and injured at least nine Palestinians in the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

On September 5, the soldiers invaded Jenin city and Qabatia town, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, killed a young man, Taher Mohmmad Zakarna, 19, injured another, and abducted five.

On September 2, the soldiers killed Fadi Mohammad Fayez Ghattas, 19, after an alleged stabbing attack targeting soldiers, near Beit Einoun village junction, northeast of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 1, the soldiers killed Yazan Naim Affana, 24, after shooting him with live fire while the army withdrew from Um ash-Sharayet neighborhood in Al-Biereh city after the army invaded the Al-Biereh city in the Ramallah and Al-Biereh governorate, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.

On the same day, the soldiers killed Mahmoud Suleiman Khaled, 25, in front of the main entrance of Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

On September 3, Mousa Haroun Abu Mahameed, 40, a Palestinian political prisoner held by Israel, died at an Israeli medical center.

Abdul-Rahman was from Kafr Dan town, northwest of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. Source: IMEMC