The number of Palestinians who have been killed by Israeli occupation forces (IOF) since October 1 has risen to 102.
The 21-year-old Palestinian youth Yahya Yosri Taha was shot and killed during clashes with the Israeli occupation soldiers on Thursday, bringing the number of Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks since early October to 100, including 23 children and four girls.
Later, Israeli soldiers stationed at the Za’tara checkpoint south of Nablus city cold-bloodedly killed the 51-year-old Palestinian Samer Sarisi at the pretext he tried to carry out a stabbing attack.
Medical sources affirmed that the soldiers at the checkpoint prevented ambulance crews from entering the area to evacuate the man or provide him with medical assistance if he was still alive.
On Thursday evening, the 19-year-old Khaled Jawabra was shot and killed by Israeli occupation forces during confrontations at al-Aroub refugee camp in Hebron.
Local sources said that clashes erupted between Palestinian demonstrators and IOF soldiers in the camp during which the IOF fired live bullets and teargas canisters, where Jawabra was fatally hit with multiple bullets in his torso.
Israeli authorities still withhold and refuse to handover bodies of 32 Palestinians killed during the intifada.