Israeli Raid in PalestineImage Credit source: PTI
Palestine West Bank Raid: The Israeli army has attacked civilians in Palestine with a military helicopter. Ammunition, poisonous gas and grenades were fired at the Palestine camp, in which five civilians, including a child, died. This is the first time in decades that Israel has attacked with such aggression. 91 people have been injured in this attack, in which the condition of 22 people is said to be serious.
According to media reports, the Israeli army returned after hours of attack. A military helicopter attacked a cemetery camp in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. The dead were identified by the Palestinian Ministry of Health as 15-year-old Ahmed Saqr, 19-year-old Qasm Faisal Abu Syria, 21-year-old Khaled Darwish, 29-year-old Ahmed Dargmeh. The Israeli army also attacked journalists during this period, where a sniper shot and killed a journalist last year.
Army went to capture son of jailed Hamas leader
The Israeli army also targeted four ambulances in the occupied West Bank raid. Talking to the media, the local people told that they directly attacked the ambulance, in which many people were injured. He was later taken to the hospital, where he is undergoing treatment. The Israeli army says that the army raided to arrest two suspects, where there was a fierce shootout. One of them is the son of a jailed Hamas leader.
Combat helicopter used in West Bank for the first time in 20 years
The Israeli army claims that seven of its soldiers were injured in the firing. The condition of one of them is said to be serious, but is stable. The Israeli army came to the occupied territory to evacuate the camps and arrest the suspects. There was also an attack with explosives, in which some people including the vehicle were injured. Helicopters were used to help the soldiers on the ground. This is the first time in 20 years that the Israeli army has used a combat helicopter in the West Bank. According to a rights activist, the Israeli army used drones and Apache helicopters in the raid here.