According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, Qusai Hamamra, 14, was fatally shot during an attack by forces on the village of Husan near the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem on Wednesday evening.
The IDF alleged that the victim threw a Molotov cocktail at the forces, who “used live ammunition in order to stop the immediate threat”.
The forces then prevented the young man from receiving emergency medical assistance, which led to his death from multiple gunshot wounds.
The ministry also said that a 20-year-old Palestinian youth named Omar Alyan was shot dead by the forces near the city of Ramallah in Silwad village.
The ministry added that the second victim died during the clashes that erupted after the Israeli forces carried out a raid in the area. At least six other Palestinians were wounded during the raid.
The regime has escalated its bloody aggression throughout the Palestinian territories since the start of the holy month of Ramadan, prompting the Palestinians to intensify resistance operations in response.
And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, on Thursday, that “two young men died of wounds sustained in an Israeli attack on the Jenin area” earlier in the day.
The raid came on the sixth day of the Israeli “anti-terror operation” in the occupied West Bank, which mainly targeted Jenin.
One of the Palestinian dead is Shas Kammachi, brother of Ayham Kammachi, one of the prisoners who managed to escape from the heavily fortified Gilboa prison in September. The other is Mustafa Abu Aroub, who was shot dead at the western entrance to Jenin. A resident of Masiliya village, south of Jenin.
According to the official Palestinian news agency Wafa, a large number of Israeli forces stormed the towns of Yamoun and Kafr Dan, west and northwest of the city, which led to violent confrontations in which six Palestinians were wounded, one of whom is in serious condition.
The Israeli occupation forces also arrested four Palestinians, including three of Kammaji’s brothers, after raiding their homes in Kafr Dan and another from al-Yamoun.
Most recently, a shooting killed at least three people and wounded eight others in the heart of Tel Aviv. The attack came when a young Palestinian named Raad Fathi Hazem entered a bar on a busy main street in the city and began firing his weapon.
The 28-year-old, a resident of Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank, was shot dead by Israeli forces in a pre-dawn shootout near a mosque on the first Friday of Ramadan.
Various Palestinian resistance groups and the Lebanese resistance movement affiliated with Hezbollah praised the incident, describing it as a “heroic operation.”