Undercover Israeli forces killed, late Saturday night, one Palestinian young man and injured three others after storming the northern occupied West Bank city of Nablus, local sources reported.
Sources stated that undercover Israeli agents invaded Nablus city, where they set up an ambush for an alleged “cell” killing one Palestinian young man who was riding a motorcycle, shot and injured three, and detained two others.
Soldiers assassinated a young Palestinian man identified as Saed Adnan Ezzat Al-Kouni, in his twenties, while he was driving a motorcycle. The cause of death is unclear as occupation forces detained the body of the young man, however the motorcycle was noted to be severely burned.
Meanwhile, in a separate area of Nablus, Israeli soldiers opened live fire at a vehicle carrying a number of young men, injuring three of them. They were all transferred to hospital for medical intervention. Their conditions were not known at the time of this report.
It was reported that there was an exchange of fire between armed Palestinian resistance factions and occupation forces. No injuries among soldiers were reported.
Furthermore, soldiers detained two young men, identified as Ashraf Kousa, and Taki al -Din Boukkar, from different areas in the city.
According to the International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC), Al-Kouni was the fourteenth Palestinian young man to have been killed by Israeli occupation forces in the month of September alone. The names of the slain young men are as follows;
- September 25, 2022, Sa’ed al-Koni, 26,
- September 24, 2022, Mohammad Ali Abu Kafia, 36,
- September 22, 2022, Mohammad Osama Abu Jom’a, 23,
- September 15, 2022, Odai Trad Hisham Salah, 17,
- September 14, 2022, Abdul-Rahman Hani ‘Aabed, 22,
- September 14, 2022, Ahmad Ayman ‘Aabed, 23,
- September 11, 2022, Hamad Mustafa Abu Jilda, 24,
- September 08, 2022, Haitham Hani Mubarak, 16,
- September 07, 2022, Younis Ghassan Tayeh, 21,
- September 06, 2022, Mohammad Mousa Saba’na, 29,
- September 05, 2022, Taher Mohmmad Zakarna, 20,
- September 02, 2022, Fadi Mohammad Ghattas, 19,
- September 01, 2022, Yazan Naim Affana, 24, and
- September 01, 2022, Samer Mahmoud Khaled, 25.