Posted on: Saturday, May 13, 2023 – 12:29 PM | Last update: Saturday 13 May 2023 – 12:29 PM
The Palestinian Presidency said that the Israeli occupation authorities have crossed all red lines, by insisting on a policy of killing and raiding Palestinian cities, villages and camps.
This came in the wake of the new crime committed by the occupation army in Balata camp east of Nablus this morning, which led to the death of two young men and the injury of others, in conjunction with the entry of the aggression on the Gaza Strip into its fifth day.
The official spokesman for the presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, said in a statement that the occupation government bears responsibility for committing these serious crimes in all Palestinian territories, which will have great repercussions on the stability of the entire region.
He added that the US administration bears responsibility for the deterioration of the situation, as a result of the silence on the Israeli crimes and the lack of immediate intervention to stop them, which made Israel persist in its aggression against the Palestinians.
He pointed out that the Palestinian people will not allow the continuation of this Israeli policy against their land and sanctities, and will remain steadfast on their land, regardless of the pressures.
And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, on Saturday, the death of two Palestinians and the wounding of 3 by the occupation army’s bullets, during its storming of the Balata camp, east of the city of Nablus (north), while the Red Crescent dealt with dozens of injuries, most of which were cases of gas suffocation.
The ministry said in a brief statement: “The martyrdom of Sa’ed Jihad Shaker Mesha (32 years old) and Adnan Wasim Yousef Al-Araj (19 years old) with live bullets in the head during the occupation’s aggression against Balata camp in Nablus.”
For its part, the Palestinian Red Crescent said that, in addition to the two young men, its crews dealt with 6 injuries and dozens of suffocation cases, explaining that among the injuries were “3 by live bullets, one of which was a 50-year-old woman who was hit by four bullets and her condition is in danger.”
The Red Crescent indicated that its crews were prevented from entering the camp and were subjected to direct sound bombs.