Israel’s fears are growing as the level of resistance in the West Bank continues to escalate

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Israel’s fears are growing as the level of resistance in the West Bank continues to escalate

On Thursday, September 29th, an article in the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth addressed the primary challenges of Israeli army operations in the occupied West Bank. These Israeli military operations are aimed at curbing Palestinian armed groups that jeopardise the Zionist regime’s very security.
The report claims that the level of violence employed by the Israeli security forces is escalating as the Israeli military is determined to completely crack down on Palestinian resistance in the West Bank. Au contraire, these measures failed to achieve any of their goals since they rather inspired more young people who were not involved in the conflict to join the resistance.
On September 28, on the third day of Zionist settler assaults on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, an Israeli military raid on the Jenin refugee camp in the northern West Bank resulted in the deaths of four Palestinians and the injury of over forty more. The Israeli military unleashed their attack on the camp at about 0900 A.M. local time (0600 GMT).  The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the martyrs as Ahmad Alawneh (26), Abed Hazem (27), Muhammad al-Wanneh (30), and Mohammad Abu Naasah.
Abed Hazem and Muhammad al-Wannah were martyred when Hazem’s father’s house was hit by an Israeli missile. After the rocket hit the home, huge smoke plumes billowed out. The Zionist army then encircled the home, whereupon fierce gunfights with Palestinian fighters ensued. Abed was the brother of Raad Hazem, who carried out a valiant operation in Tel Aviv last April, consigning to hell three Zionists, before being martyred by Zionist security.
The clashes continued until midday. At the entrances of the Jenin refugee camp, Palestinian teenagers pelted stones, and Israeli soldiers replied with live bullets and tear gas as armed Palestinian resistance forces exchanged fire with them. After footage of an Israeli soldier defiling the corpse of Ahmad Alawneh became viral on the Internet, the Palestinians’ indignation and outrage intensified.
According to a report aired on Israeli television channel Twelve on September 28th, Zionist Army Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi has desperately authorised his forces to use attack drones to carry out assassinations against resistance members in the West Bank.
The decision to use drones for assassination missions was undertaken to reduce the risk to which Zionist soldiers would be exposed if they were to storm West Bank communities.
Tareq Salmi, the spokesman for the Islamic Jihad movement in Palestine, stressed that the popular resistance against the atrocities and attacks of the Zionists continues unabatedly. The Israeli regime aims to stifle Palestinian operations by using an “old” method: forcibly evicting the families and relatives of the heroes of the anti-Zionist missions from their houses in the holy city of Quds, the Arabi21 website quoted Mr Salmi as saying.
Meanwhile, the Zionist Minister of the Interior, Ayelet Shaked, ordered the expulsion of several relatives of a Palestinian who carried out a martyrdom-seeking operation five years ago in the Eastern al-Quds. Shaked stated in a post on Twitter that she had sent a notice to seven people connected to Fadi al-Qanbar, who was responsible for the 2017 truck-ramming operation in the Abu Tor neighbourhood that killed four Israeli servicemen, instructing them to evacuate their homes within a week or face being forcibly evicted.
Under the pretext of the Jewish New Year, a group of Zionist settlers, backed by Israeli troops, invaded the Al-Aqsa Mosque’s esplanades.
“Before the first group of Zionist settlers entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque site, numerous Israeli troops were stationed there to offer protection to the settlers. Some of them were clad in the robes of Jewish priests, “the Palestinian Shehab news agency said.
Furthermore, to protect the settlers, the Israeli soldiers barred Muslims under the age of 40 from entering the mosque. The Israeli soldiers dispersed a group of teenage Palestinians who tried to enter the al-Aqsa Mosque.
The Israeli army cavalry stationed at Bab al-Amoud, commonly known as the “Damascus Gate,” was also investigating the identification of the young Palestinian individuals who were gathered in front of the Mosque.

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