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1 killed, 18 injured in Nablus IDF in Jenin

1 killed, 18 injured in Nablus - IDF invades Jenin Refugee Camp, using human shields

Beit Sahour, Occupied Palestine

Tayseer Abushab, age 22-23, was killed today by Israeli soldiers in Nablus in an ongoing incursion into the area of the grand Mosque/Martyrs cemetary. His twin brother, Kamal, was killed by Israeli soldiers last year during an incursion in. 18 Palestinians have been injured so far today, 2 of them critically. Israeli soldiers opened fire after children who were on their way home from school threw rocks at the invading tank. ISM volunteers in the area report that soldiers are still firing on civilians. For more information call Saif at 059 335 271.

Israeli soldiers have invaded Jenin refugee camp today with 3-5 tanks and approximately 5 jeeps. They are reportedly firing indiscriminately within the camp. An ISM volunteer was reporting via telephone while she stood with a family that the IDF was using as human shields. A soldier ordered her to disconnect the call when he realized that she was reporting on the actions of the Israeli forces. Attempts to reach her via telephone since have been unsuccessful.

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