NABLUS, (PIC)-- The Israeli
aggression against the Ein Beit al-Ma refugee camp in
the west of Nablus city, northern West Bank, entered its
third consecutive day, foreshadowing a human catastrophe
in the camp, where a lot of Palestinian patients are
unable to reach medical clinics and hospitals in the
city due to the strict curfew being imposed on the camp.
The camp residents are also
suffering from a severe shortage in the basic supplies,
schools in the camp have been closed and the workers
have not been able to reach their place of work. All
this is taking place in a refugee camp which, already,
bears the brunt of the harsh economic situation in the
occupied Palestinian lands.
During their ongoing
aggression on the camp, the IOF troops have kidnapped 20
Palestinian citizens so far, most of them are affiliated
with Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine in addition to storming and ransacking a
number of homes there.
The IOF troops also wounded a
press photographer from the "Associated Press" agency
called Nasser Ishtayeh, after they fired a sonic bomb at
For the third day, the
Palestinian resistance factions, spearheaded by the
Qassam Brigades, with their basic weapons, continue to
repel the Israeli invasion despite the fact that the IOF
troops are using advanced technological capabilities
including surveillance aircrafts and sophisticated
movement detection equipment.