Palestinians rage over capture of fugitives, doctor fake grins on their faces

Palestinians expressed disappointment and anger in the media and on social media on Saturday over Israel’s capture of four out of six prisoners who escapes them jail earlier in the week, in the midst of phone calls for mass protests and clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank.

According to channel 12 news, the Palestinian public was urged by various religious and political figures to go out take to the streets and confront the Israeli forces.

Meanwhile, Hamas promised to release the recaptured prisoners in An future exchange with Israel.

It also called on Arab Israelis – various of whose assisted authorities catch the men — to help the remaining fugitives in evade the law.

on social media, where the six was exalted in past days as national heroes, doctored photos were distributed of the fugitives after their capture, turn their true-live grim and tired expressions in defiant grin to the camera’s.

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According to Channel 12, Palestinian prisoners were in Israeli prisons plan to: begin hunger strikes on September the 17th, in protest of authorities’ steps raise curbs on prisoners in the wake of the escape.

Several hundred Palestinians clashed with Israeli Defense Forces troops in different areas in the West Bank on Saturday night. IDF forces responded with riot control means.

The Palestinian Red Crescent reported that it was eight people suffer injuries from rubber bullets and another 15 cases of inhaling tear gas during fighting at Hawara checkpoint, south of nablus.

Friday night also saw demonstrations in the West Bank, some of she violent, after the police two captured of the six Palestinian security prisoners. Up to 1,000 protesters and rioters took part in protests at 11 locations over the West Bank.

Palestinians open fire towards Israeli troops at the Jalamah checkpoint, near the city of Jenin in the northern West Bank, for the second night in a row, according to the Israeli military.

The Israeli army said that up up to 600 protesters gathered at the checkpoint to clash with soldiers. Besides the gunfire, rioters set fire to tires and threw Molotov cocktails at soldiers stationed there. The military said it acted to disperse the protesters. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

The cinematic Gilboa Prison jailbreak of the six Palestinians on On Monday morning, tensions in the West Bank increased. Israeli forces have carried out extensive searches, while Palestinian armed groups have vowed revenge should the fugitives are disadvantaged.

Videos die in be in circulation on social media showed small crowds meeting in downtown Ramallah and the al-Fawar . refugee camp in Hebron on Friday night in solidarity with the two recaptured fugitives. Other images reportedly showed violent disturbances at the Qalandiya checkpoint in the West Bank, north of Jerusalem.

In another nighttime disturbance in the West Bank, Israeli soldiers shot at three Palestinians in a bunker in near Hebron, wounded one. an Israeli military spokesman said the three had thrown Molotov cocktails to troops. The soldiers responded with Robust bullets, a smaller one but still deadly form of live firethe army said. The three suspects fled with Israeli searches underway.

Palestinian media also reported collisions in Al-Aroub refugee camp in Hebron. The Israeli military did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Palestinians rage over capture of    fugitives, doctor fake grins on their faces

Palestinians are coming in uprising at a demonstration in support of the escape of the six prisoners in the village of Kafr Qaddoum, west of nablus in the West Bank, on September 10, 2021. (Nasser Ishtayeh/Flash90)

In addition, gunmen attacked the home of Arabic Israeli senior police officer Jamal Hakroush in the northern Israeli city of Kafr Kanna on Friday evening. There were no injuries in the incident, although the shooting de building, according to the Israeli police.

It was unclear of the attack was linked to the capture of the prisoners, a police spokesman added. Hakroush leads a unit whose mission is to: fight rising crime in Arab towns and villages.

The glitches came in the hours immediately after the capture of two of the escaped prisoners in the northern Israeli city of Nazareth.

Shortly after the arrests, terrorists in the Gaza Strip laid off a single rocket to Israel die was intercepted by the Iron Dome system. The Magen David Adom emergency service said that: one woman suffered minor injuries while running for shelter when the siren sounded.

For many Palestinians, the fugitives were considered “heroes” who passed in free himself from multiple life sentences. In the Gaza Strip, as well as in in the West Bank, some Palestinians have organized sit-ins and joyous gatherings to prison pause.

Despite the captures, Islamic Jihad celebrated the escapes and warned Israel against harm them while in detention, as well as saying this week jail bust would not be the last.

“We keep the enemy all the way responsible for the lives of the two prisoners arrested in Nazareth. put their life in danger would be a statement of war against the Palestinian people,” the terror group said in a statement.

Israel “trying” use The photo of the arrests of the two fighters to try and show that this is a victory, to give new life to the image in to blow of his army that has become the target of mockery,” Islamic Jihad spokesman Daoud Shehab told Lebanese Al-Mayadeen network.

“This operation will definitely not be the” last”, warned Shehab, referring to the… prisoner escape, later adding: “We are fully aware that we are engaged in by struggle.”

the Hamas terror group also greeted the two prisoners escape attempt, saying that arresting them would not “break their will”.

“They took credit for their successful escape operation, humiliation of the occupying forces power and shattering it prestige. Arresting them won’t wash away the shame of occupation, nor will it break [the two prisoners’] shall. They will one day off outside the jailer’s bars,” said Hamas spokesman Abd al-Latif al-Qanou.

Scattered rallies also took place in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. The terror group described the protests as “spontaneous”.

Emanuel Fabian and agencies contributed to this report.

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