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Timeline: Violence in the West Bank following Israeli raids

Over the previous 12 months, Israeli forces have killed at the least 380 Palestinians, together with 90 kids, in line with the UN.

On April 9, residents of Jenin marked the twentieth anniversary of a brutal Israeli assault on the metropolis’s refugee camp that has since change into a symbol of Palestinian resistance towards Israeli occupation.

On the day of the anniversary, Israeli forces launched a large-scale raid on the camp, shooting dead a Palestinian man and wounding 13 others.

According to data collected by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA), over the previous 12 months, Israeli forces have killed at the least 380 Palestinians, together with 90 kids. This contains at the least 260 Palestinians killed in Gaza throughout Israel’s newest assault that lasted from May 10 to May 21, 2021.

Below is a timeline of Israeli raids throughout the occupied West Bank since April 9:

(Al Jazeera)

April 9

Israeli forces shoot useless a Palestinian man in the Jenin refugee camp, and 13 different Palestinians are wounded.

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April 15

Israeli forces storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, injuring greater than 150 Palestinians.

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Al-Aqsa Mosque raids, closures and restrictions by Israeli forces. (Al Jazeera)

April 26

Israeli forces kill a Palestinian man in a raid on the Aqabet Jaber refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

April 27

Israeli forces shoot dead a Palestinian teenager and injure three youth throughout a daybreak raid in Jenin.

Palestinian men mourn at the morgue of a hospital in Jenin in the occupied West Bank on April 27, 2022. - Israeli forces killed a Palestinian man and wounded three others in West Bank clashes early Wednesday, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA said, a day after the fatal shooting of another Palestinian. The Israeli army told AFP it was "conducting counterterrorism activity" in the city of Jenin, but did not comment on any casualties.
Palestinians mourn at a hospital morgue in Jenin, occupied West Bank, April 27 [Jaafar Ashtiyeh / AFP]

April 30

In separate incidents, a Palestinian man and an Israeli guard are killed in the occupied West Bank after Israeli forces raid the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

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Israeli forces have attacked Palestinians gathered at the Damascus Gate throughout Ramadan [File: Mahmoud Illean/AP Photo]

May 5

Israeli forces storm the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound as greater than 600 settlers infiltrate the holy website.

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(Al Jazeera)

May 7

Israeli forces raid a village in the occupied West Bank and demolish the home of a Palestinian man they are saying killed an Israeli settler final December.

Israeli security forces demolish home in the village of Silat al-Harithiya, near the flashpoint town of Jenin in the occupied West Bank, early on May 7, 2022, belonging to Omar Jaradat accused of killing an Israeli settler the wildcat settlement outpost of Homesh on December 16.
Israeli safety forces demolished this dwelling in Silat al-Harithiya village, close to Jenin, May 7 [Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP]

May 8

Israeli troopers shoot dead a Palestinian man they mentioned tried to enter Israel via a barrier in the occupied West Bank. Another Palestinian man is killed whereas allegedly making an attempt to enter an unlawful settlement in the West Bank.

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May 11

Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, 51, is shot useless whereas protecting an Israeli military raid on the Jenin refugee camp. Al Jazeera, in an announcement, mentioned Abu Akleh was “assassinated in cold blood” and referred to as on the worldwide neighborhood to carry Israeli forces accountable.

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(Al Jazeera)
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