Israeli forces murder 2 Palestinian youths in Jenin

After they were granted license by their deputy defence minister, Israeli soldiers do not need any excuse to murder Palestinians

Israeli occupation forces shot dead on Wednesday morning two Palestinian youths in the West Bank city of Jenin, Palestinian medical sources said.

Israeli Deputy Defence Minister Eli Ben Dahan, the extremist MK from the Jewish Home, once proposed granting the Israeli soldiers a license to shoot and kill the Palestinians without a reason

Israeli occupation forces shot dead on Wednesday morning two Palestinian youths in the West Bank city of Jenin, Palestinian medical sources said.

The Palestinian medical sources identified the two Palestinian citizens, who were murdered by the Israeli occupation forces, as Aws Salameh, 17, and Saad Salah, 20.

Local Palestinian sources said that the Israeli occupation forces raided Jenin Refugee Camo in the north of the occupied West Bank in the early morning.

According to the sources, the Israeli occupation forces carried out wide search campaign across the refugee camp, erupting widespread protests by the Palestinian youths.

To suppress the Palestinian protesters, the Israeli occupation forces opened fire at them, causing several casualties, including the two martyrs.

Spokesman of the Israeli army claimed that the Palestinians opened fire at them and they returned the fire to protect themselves.

Local sources said that Salah’s brother is currently imprisoned by the Israeli occupation and his father is permanently disabled as he was shot by Israeli forces in the past.

Israeli Deputy Defence Minister Eli Ben Dahan, the extremist MK from the Jewish Home, once proposed granting the Israeli soldiers a license to shoot and kill the Palestinians without a reason.

(Source / 12.07.2017)

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