In response to the invasion of Jenin, which resulted in deaths and injuries, the Palestinian presidency announced today (Monday) that the authority will completely stop security coordination with Israel.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Winsland, warned that the current escalation in the West Bank is “very dangerous,” pointing out that he is in direct contact with all concerned parties to calm the situation. He said in a statement posted on
Twitter: The current escalation in the occupied West Bank is very dangerous, and comes after months of mounting tension. The tension reminds us once again of the extremely volatile and unstable situation across the occupied West Bank. Everyone must ensure the protection of the civilian population.
The UN coordinator pointed out that from the outset, I was in direct contact with all concerned parties in order to urgently de-escalate the situation and ensure the arrival of humanitarian aid, medical supplies and other necessary supplies to Jenin.
For its part, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that nine Palestinians were killed and 28 others were wounded, including eight seriously, as a result of the Israeli military operation that began on the city of Jenin and its camp, as well as in shooting in the city of Al-Bireh. She added that among the dead, three were killed as a result of the bombing, while the death toll is expected to rise due to the presence of critical injuries.