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Israeli forces kill child, wound dozens in West Bank protests

Occupied West bank (QNN)- The Ministry of Health announced that a 15-year-old boy has been shot dead while dozens have…

BREAKING| At least five protesters shot in Israeli crackdown on Beita protest

Nablus (QNN)- At least five protesters have been shot with live ammunition, while dozens got suffocated with tear gas, during…

BREAKING| Two PA intelligence agents killed, one critically wounded in clash with Israeli occupying force

Jenin (QNN)- The Ministry of Health announced that two intelligence agents have been killed while a third has been critically…

BREAKING| Resistance Joint Chamber: We will be ready to fight if Israel decides to go back to before May 11

Gaza (QNN)- The leadership of the Joint Chamber of the Resistance in Gaza said that it is observing the behavior…

BREAKING| ‘Israel’ cancels settlers’ massive march following resistance warning

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Israeli media reported that the Israeli police have decided to cancel the annual settlers march, which celebrates…

BREAKING| Al Qassam publishes voice recording of Israeli captive

(QNN)- In an investigative report by Al Jazeera, Al Qassam brigades published, for the first time ever, a voice recording…

BREAKING| Mohammad El-Kurd released

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli police has released the Sheikh Jarrah activist Mohammad El-Kurd following hours of detention. El-Kurd was summoned…

BREAKING| Muna El Kurd released following hours of detention

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli authorities have released the Sheikh Jarrah activist Muna El Kurd. No information about her brother Mohammad…

Video| Red Crescent: 10 bullet wounds in Israeli repression of protest in Nablus

Nablus (QNN)- The Red Crescent has said that ten protesters were wounded by Israeli bullets when Israeli forces cracked down…

Two Gazans killed in explosion of Israeli unexploded bomb

Gaza (QNN)- The Ministry of Interior and National Security in Gaza on Wednesday said that two resistance fighters have been…

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