Two Palestinians were martyred by Israeli occupation forces on Monday, while a third was injured at the entrance to Kafr Ni'ma village, northwestern Ramallah in the northern West Bank.
The Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) reported that the Israeli occupation forces shot at the three Palestinians, resulting in the immediate death of two, while the third was slightly wounded.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed Kafr Ni'ma after midnight and arrested a young Palestinian man, and was followed by shooting at one of the vehicles. Many Palestinians were suffocated by the heavy gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces at nearby houses.
According to the Israeli media, an officer in the occupation forces was seriously wounded, and others were slightly injured in the same incident.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces arrested on Monday at least ten Palestinians from different villages and towns in the occupied Jerusalem, while another Palestinian was arrested from the Jalazone camp, northern Ramallah. (QNA)
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