In armed confrontations and battles with the occupying forces in the city of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank, a young man passed away before daybreak on Monday as a result of his critical injuries.
According to medical personnel at the Rafidia Governmental Hospital, Saleh Muhammad Sabra, a young guy from the former Askar camp, passed away as a result of his severe wounds.
After the occupation forces invaded the popular housing neighborhood and the environs of the former Askar camp, east of the city, local sources claimed that violent fights broke out.
An apartment belonging to the prisoner Khaled Khrusheh, the son of the martyr al-Qassami Abd al-Fattah Khrusheh, who carried out the Hawara operation last February and resulted in the deaths of two settlers, was raided by the occupation forces in a building in a popular neighborhood.
Two people who had been hit by occupation bullets were transferred by Red Crescent teams to Rafidia Hospital; one of them eventually passed away, according to the hospital’s doctors.