Israeli forces blow up slain Palestinian’s house in Nablus

Israeli occupation forces Tuesday blew up the house of a slain Palestinian in Askar refugee camp, east of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.

The occupation forces stormed the Askar camp and surrounded the house of Abdel-Fattah Kharousha, 49, and blew it up six hours after the raid.

He stated that the occupation soldiers forced about 60 Palestinians, including 20 children, whose houses were adjacent to the home of the Kharousha family, to leave their houses, and briefly detained them in a mosque.

The house of the Kharousha family is located on the third floor of a residential building, with an area of 150 square meters. Six people reside in the house.

Large forces of the occupation army stormed the eastern region of Nablus, and surrounded the house of the family of slain Palestinian, in Askar camp, while violent confrontations broke out between dozens of Palestinian youths and the occupation soldiers.

The director of ambulance and emergency at the Red Crescent in Nablus, Ahmed Jibril, said that a young man was wounded by live bullets, while two others suffered from injuries with shrapnel. He added that three Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, additionally.

He added that Red Crescent crews dealt with 185 cases of suffocation, and evacuated a family of five, and an elderly woman, after they suffered from poisonous gas suffocation. The crews also dealt with four cases of people who fell during the confrontations.

It is noteworthy that Kharousha, 49, was killed by the Israeli gunfire during the aggression on the Jenin camp on March 7th.

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