'Day of Rage' in Palestine to honor three Palestinian young men killed during the week

Palestine

Published: 2018-02-09 16:53

Last Updated: 2018-02-11 21:35


Palestinians remembering Ahmad Jarrar on the ruins of his demolished family's house. (Facebook)
Palestinians remembering Ahmad Jarrar on the ruins of his demolished family's house. (Facebook)
Roya News Source

Thirteen people reported injured in the Gaza Strip amid clashes along the strip’s border with Israel, one of them was seriously injured by Israeli forces in the east of Jabalia, northern Gaza.

This comes amid protests arranged by Palestinian factions who called people in all cities to go to streets to protest in another ‘Day of Rage’ honoring the three Palestinian young men who were killed during the last three days.

Clashes erupted in the West Bank, where two people were injured in Ramallah and four Palestinians were detained from Jenin and the Old City of Hebron, according to Wafa news agency.

Protests started by the end of Friday prayers against the killing of Ahmad Nasr Jarrar, who was killed on Tuesday morning, after a manhunt lasted for three weeks. He was accused of killing a 35-year-old Israeli settler last month on the main road near an illegal Israeli settlement in Nablus.

Protesters also remembered Khaled Walid Tayeh, 22, from Nablus who was shot dead on Tuesday evening during clashes with Israeli forces followed the killing of Jarrar.

Another Palestinian young man was shot dead early Wednesday after stabbing an Israeli security guard in Karmi Tsur illegal settlement. He was identified as Hamzeh Yousef Zamaareh, 19, from Halhoul, Hebron.