West Bank, ALRAY - Palestinian national movements declared Saturday, March 22, a day of national mourning for the three Palestinians killed in an Israeli gunfire today at dawn.
The movements said in a joint statement that the "Israeli crime reflects the ongoing perpetrations against the Palestinians in Jenin refugee camp,"
Three Palestinian resistance fighters have been killed and others wounded Saturday in a standoff with the Israeli occupation in Jenin refugee camp, northern West Bank.
22-year-old Hamza Abu Haij, son of Jamal Abu Haija, the leader of Hamas’s armed wing of Al-Qassam Brigades, was among the martyrs.
ALRAY correspondent said the Israeli forces surrounded a home near Martyr Khalil Suleiman Public Hospital, and fired heavily on it, causing the death of Abu Haija, Yazan Jabarin, 23, and Mahmoud Abu Zeina, 17.
Eight others were injured in the clashes, three of them seriously, while three others were kidnapped by the invading forces.
Hebrew radio recognized that two Israeli military soldiers of so-called ‘Unit for Counter-Terror Warfare - Yamam, were mildly injured in the standoff.
Deputy Speaker of Palestinian Parliament, Dr Ahmed Bahar called on the Palestinian Authority to suspend the security coordination with Israel in the occupied West bank.
"President Mahmoud Abbas must stop of forms of security coordination with the Zionist occupation in response to the Jenin crime," Bahar said in a brief statement.