News ID: 109637
Publish Date : 02 December 2022 - 22:21

More Palestinians Martyred, Resistance Groups Say Zionists to Pay Dearly

RAMALLAH (Dispatches) – Two Palestinian resistance fighters have been martyred during clashes with Zionist troops in the Jenin refugee camp in the northern West Bank, Palestinian medics and local sources said.
The incident happened in the al-Hadaf neighborhood in the Jenin refugee camp on Thursday, said medics in the city of Jenin.
A Zionist armed force, backed by armored vehicles, stormed the refugee camp and targeted a house with anti-tank missiles. Fierce clashes broke out between the soldiers and Palestinian fighters, said local sources and eyewitnesses.
One of the martyrs is a member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the other belongs to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, according to the sources.
Palestinian resistance groups condemned the killing, stressing that the Zionist regime will pay dearly for its criminal acts.
The Islamic Jihad resistance movement said in a statement that “its members will not spare any sacrifices on the path to final victory,” adding that Mohammed Ayman al-Saadi and Naeem Jamal al-Zubaidi embraced martyrdom after treading the path of resistance against the occupying regime and confronting the enemy.
“Such pure blood will further invigorate the resistance front, will deal a stinging blow to the enemy and will awaken it to the extent of its heinous crimes,” the movement noted.
“This crime will not go unanswered, and resistance forces will make the enemy pay a heavy price. The Jenin Battalion will continue to carry out its sacred duty concerning defense of Palestinian lands and sanctities,” further said the statement.
Moreover, senior Hamas leader Ismail Radwan said, “The blood of latest martyrs will not be in vain, and will strengthen the resistance campaign against the occupying regime. The targeted killings that took place in Jenin will not go unpunished.”
“Resistance groups will figure out a proper way to respond to the crime, and will not allow the enemy to continue its crimes against holy places,” he said.
Additionally, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) pointed to the upsurge in Zionist crimes against the Palestinian nation, and emphasized that “the resistance front will take revenge for the occupation’s criminal acts.”
“The increasing number of raids on Palestinian camps proves that they are a fortress for resistance forces. The Zionist regime’s crimes will only boost up the strength and resilience of our people against such assaults,” the organization stated.
Meanwhile, dozens of Israeli peace activists toured the occupied West Bank’s largest city Friday in a show of solidarity with Palestinians, amid chants of “shame, shame” from Zionist hecklers.
The encounter in the center of Al-Khalil signaled the widening rift among Zionists over the nature of their society and the regime’s open-ended military rule over the Palestinians, now in its 56th year.
After parliamentary elections last month, the most right-wing people in the regime’s history are poised to take control in coming days or weeks, with former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu returning to power.