Palestinian resistance fighter killed in Israeli bombing attack


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A senior member of the Palestinian resistance group Lion’s Den has been killed in a bomb attack in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, amid an ongoing siege on Nablus imposed by the Israeli military following the killing of a soldier.

The group has likened Tamer Kilani’s murder to that of the two Palestinian resistance fighters, al-Nani Jawabra and Bassem Abu Sariya.

They were assassinated in two separate explosions during the Second Intifada, also known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada.

Lion’s Den has claimed responsibility for most resistance actions in the Nablus area since it was formed in August by members of various Palestinian resistance groups, including people previously affiliated with the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade and the Islamic Jihad, among others.

The Israeli army has imposed a strict siege on Nablus since October 11, blocking the city’s entrances with military checkpoints and earth mounds, while Israeli drones constantly hover over the northern West Bank city.


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