The Palestinian Resistance managed on Tuesday to kill a Zionist soldier in Harmish settlement, occupied West Bank.
In details, Fatah Movement’s military wing, Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, announced that its fighters opened fire at a Zionist car and killed one settler.
Al-Manar reporter indicated that the operation marked the twentieth Zionist death by the Palestinian resistance in the occupied West Bank, citing local Israeli officials as asking the entity’s government to intensify measures that protect the settlers from the Palestinian attacks in the West Bank.
The reporter noted that the occupation military carried the dead soldier by a helicopter before the enemy announced his death.
The Islamic Jihad Movement issued a statement that offers felicitations on the operation, stressing that the attack affirms the continuation of of the resistance path.
On the same day, IOF raided Nur Shams camp in Tulkarm, prompting clashes with Palestinian resistance fighters.
Israeli media reported that an Israeli soldier was injured in the clashes.
Palestinian media reported that the IOF failed to arrest or kill any of the fighters on the Israeli “wanted list”.
“None of the resistance fighters were located by the army, therefore the latter went on a rampage destroying local civilians’ properties, including this grocery store,” Quds News Network reported.
Source: Al-Manar English Website