The hashtag “Jenin Resist” was issued by the interactions on the Palestinian platforms, following the death of 3 Palestinians and the wounding of a fourth seriously in the city of Jenin (in the northern West Bank) in a clash with the Israeli occupation forces, amid the tweeters’ celebration of what they described as the return of the resistance compass to its rightful place.
Palestinians mourned in Jenin the bodies of two officers from the Palestinian Military Intelligence who were martyred after being shot by an Israeli special force that infiltrated the city at dawn today, Thursday.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health had reported the death of 3 Palestinians and the injury of a fourth critically in the city of Jenin (in the northern West Bank) at dawn today.
The statement added that the three martyrs were killed in a clash with Israeli special forces that stormed the city after midnight.
Activists circulated videos documenting the moment the martyrs clashed with the occupation forces in Jenin, and other clips of the funeral of the two officers, and the statements of their relatives, the most prominent of which was the speech of the martyr’s mother, Adham Elwi, who said, “Adham raised my head, and let Israel listen. Adham’s outfit.
Tweeters expressed their pride in the martyrs who, according to their comments, restored the approach of the resistance and its compass to its rightful place in the city of Jenin, which witnessed great struggles and struggles and was the start of the spark of engagement with the enemy in many historical stations during the rounds of conflict with the occupation.