The US-based Washington Post Newspaper released a 3D model of the moment when an armored vehicle opened fire on Palestinians during the bloody Nablus raid in which 11 Palestinians lost their lives.
The newspaper, which reached the testimonies of eyewitnesses, visual evidence at the scene and video recordings of the attack, combined them and made a 3D analysis of the event.
Accordingly, Israeli soldiers in an armored vehicle fired 14 shots at civilian Palestinians who were trying to escape bullets between a mosque and a clinic while passing through a street during the Nablus raid.
The soldiers continued to open fire even though the Palestinians were visible through the glass of the armored vehicle. In the attack, 61-year-old Abdulhadi Abdulaziz Ashkar and 16-year-old Muhammed Ferid Saban died and 3 Palestinians were injured.
Massacre in Nablus by the Israeli army
On February 22, Israeli forces raided the city of Nablus in the north of the West Bank from several points.
Surrounding a house in the historic Old City of Nablus, Israeli soldiers intervened with live bullets against Palestinians protesting the raid, killing 11 Palestinians, including a child and two elderly, and injuring more than 100 Palestinians, 6 of them seriously.
Since the beginning of the year, 81 Palestinians, including women and children, have been killed in attacks by the Israeli army and Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank.