Since the beginning of January, residents of the Jenin refugee camp and Palestinian rescuers in the city know that the Israel Defense Forces want ambulances to access the area of ​​military raids in real time to remove the wounded. Residents of the camp told Haaretz that the military had ordered PA employees to send a message to the rescue teams during the raids in Jenin in January. From experience, citizens also know that approaching the wounded puts the lives of first aiders in danger: an Israeli sniper will most likely shoot at him. This is how a sniper was killed on January 19, 57-year-old Jawad Bawaqneh. This is also how the IDF soldier or sniper fired and hit the windshield of the ambulance driven by Fadi Jarrar, 51, on January 26. In a response to Haaretz, spokesmen for the Coordinator for Military and Government activities in the Territories said there was nothing preventing the rescue of the wounded, but that it had to be coordinated to "prevent harm to innocent people". But the Palestinian response, coordination, takes time and is not appropriate in a medical emergency that could cost human lives. Farid thinks his father had managed to pull the injured man, who was not more than 40 centimeters tall, suddenly in front of his shocked children, and hit him in the left shoulder and punched him in the chest. Open the gallery view of Jenin on the morning of January 26, 2023. CREDIT: Z- JAAFAR - AFP Sometimes acting as an intermediary between the IDF and Palestinian medical actors, the Red Cross does not address this inequality directly. But on January 26, the day 10 Palestinians were killed in the raid on Jenin, the organization issued a general warning that no obvious action was taken to reach the wounded. “Medical personnel, medical units and facilities must be protected and respected under all circumstances to ensure that affected communities continue to care,” Read the unusual notice sent to Haaretz instead of directly responding to our inquiry. cries for help Jawad Bawaqneh had been working at Jenin high school as a physical education teacher loved by generations of students, a smiling man and “a friend of his children”. In his family home in the north, which is the main road to Jenin refugee camp, he is the eldest of 11 people living there. The youngest daughter is her 18-month-old granddaughter. On Thursday, January 19, the family, like other camp residents, awoke to the sound of the siren at 2:30 IN THE MORNING. The Israeli military's occupation is running it when the refugee camp is a relatively new venture. As the explosions and increased, the family gathered in an inner bedroom belonging to the parents. His oldest son, Farid Bawaqneh, said he had these experiences. Once, during one of the military's previous uncountable incentives, bullets hit the nursery. At 4:19, they heard shouts for help from the street. Despite the danger, they veered out of the window and saw a man descending into pain on the road to the east of their corner house, next to a small cell phone store. The first person to come to him was Alaa, 34-year-old Jawad's sister, who is also a physical education teacher. Opening from the gallery, Farid Bawaqneh shows his photograph holding the grandson of his late father, Jawad Bawaqneh, at the entrance of his house next to where it was taken. Credits: Nidal Shtayyeh Standing close to the outer wall, Alaa walked until he reached the injured man, who was guessing lying about eight feet from his own door. Later, it was revealed that Islamic Jihad member Adham Jabareen was the man. He did not know the man, as he later told B'Tselem field inspector ABD al-Karim al-SA'adi. He managed to drag her another two to three meters before her father joined her in pajamas to help her. Farid, who is with his father, told Haaretz last week, "we later realized that the large amount of blood that accumulated behind Adham made it easier to drag him." said. The father knelt down, grabbed the injured man's other hand, and continued to pull him along with his daughter. Farid thinks his father managed to pull the injured man no more than 40 centimeters tall in front of his shocked children, his head fell back and his turn slowly folded out of the entrance. A bullet hit his left shoulder, punching his chest. The fire came from the east, from above. Farid dragged his injured father over the dam. Farid said that when Jawad's head and chest were already in the stairwell and his feet were still outside the threshold, additional shots were fired at him and he was injured again. Some holes appear in a learned way in the anthem of the pharamcy to the side and the fiction tree nearby. In the open gallery, the daughter of Jawad Farid Bawaqna reacts at a funeral held in the Jenin refugee camp of the same name in the West Bank, January 19, 2023. CREDIT: Z- JAAFAR - AFP Mahmoud al-Saadi, director of the organization's ambulance crew, said that the Red Crescent ambulances trying to reach the area were delayed by about 45 minutes. The Bawaqneh family car was parked in the inner courtyard of the house and had Alaa take her father to the hospital and say that he there. Later, Jabareen's body was also hospitalized. Farid says he didn't realize if he had a gun with him, even though he was lying wounded. It was also dark and there was a power outage. The Red Crescent and family assume that the source of the lethal bullet that killed Bawaqneh was a tall building about 250 meters to the east of the family home, where IDF soldiers took over a fifth-floor flat on the night of the gunfight. The tenants of the apartment saw the soldiers placing rifles on a tripod in the living room. Gunshots were heard from an adjoining room, one of which could see the camp and Bawaqneh through the window, to which the soldiers added to their fear. blocking the ambulance A week after that, on January 26, the army and the Israeli Police invaded again and unexpectedly invaded in daylight. Fadi Jarrar, owner and ambulance driver of a modest private ambulance company, guessed that he heard the siren at 6:55 or 7:00 a.m. His house above his office is near the camp. He and the paramedic who worked with him, Mohammad Balawi, promptly took one of the company's three ambulances and were joined by a volunteer, a hospital nurse. They wanted to get as close as possible to anyone in the camp who needed treatment and rescue. The Red Crescent had already reported on the first casualty, 22-year-old Iz al-DIN Salahat, a Palestinian force police officer and a football team member. Salahat told the residents of the camp that when he saw the Israeli internal officers, he shot at them. They added that he was shot in the back immediately. The soldiers themselves were also not seen on the side roads. Some remained in armored jeeps, and others were initially placed in several firing positions on the upper floors of the buildings they took over. With open gallery view, Farid Bawaqneh stands next to the family home where his father . Credits: Nidal Shtayyeh At each entrance to the camp, there was a military vehicle blocking Jarrar's ambulance, so he skipped a lap and drove on the hill the camp was built on. “Little Palestinians and their assistants are stationed here; they led us to an offering descending to Jordan el Dahab .” said. In the 1950s, a gold knit site roamed the ground for people to begin digging at the site until they realized they couldn't find anything. The house where the Islamist Jihad activists wanted by the Israeli army lived was in this neighborhood. The army ed it with nine LAU missiles