Dozens injured during Israeli raid near Nablus

Dozens of Palestinians were injured by Israeli gunfire and suffered from suffocation at dawn today during Israeli occupation forces’ raid on Askar refugee camp, east of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.

The director of ambulance and emergency at the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmed Jibril, said that 58 Palestinians suffered from gas suffocation, while two others were injured by bullet shrapnel and a third as a result of falling, noting that they were locally treated on the scene.

Larg forces of the occupation army stormed the eastern region of Nablus, specifically the Askar camp, in order to carry out the demolition of the house of the slain Palestinian Abdel Fattah Kharousha, adding that a family of five members was evacuated, while violent confrontations broke out between dozens of Palestinians and occupation soldiers, as a result.

It is noteworthy that Abdel-Fattah Kharousha, 49, was killed by the occupation forces during the Israeli aggression on the Jenin camp on March 7th.

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