Torch of armed resistance rekindles in W. Bank
The torch of the armed Palestinian resistance in the West Bank has apparently rekindles after the Israeli occupation army confirmed on Friday that the frequency of Palestinian armed attacks against Israeli soldiers and settlers increased rapidly over the past few days.
According to records of the Israeli occupation army, two Palestinian armed attacks against Israeli soldiers took place in Tulkarem and Nablus cities in which the Palestinian attackers used machineguns, bombs, and Molotov bombs.
In addition, the Israeli occupation army acknowledged that two Israeli settlers” buses were attacked with bullets and Molotov bombs near Nablus city.
An Israeli military spokesman alleged that none of the soldiers or of the Israeli settlers was harmed in the two attacks, adding that large numbers of IOF troops were dispatched to the two accident scenes in search of the Palestinian assailants.
The double attacks occurred in spite of the unprecedented security coordination between the Israeli security apparatus and that of the PA unconstitutional government which is under the command of PA chief Mahmoud Abbas.
Meanwhile, an Israeli reconnaissance plane unleashed an air-to-surface missile at an advanced outpost of the Qassam Brigades near Khuza”a town, east of Gaza Strip, killing QB fighter Mohammed Mustafa Al-Najjar, 25.
Local Palestinian sources confirmed to the PIC correspondent that Palestinian citizens in the area were able to reach the martyr and rushed him to the Naser hospital in Khan Younis city.
Later on, another Israeli air strike was reported in the same area killing another QB fighter identified as Amin Al-Najjar, 22.