Palestinian sources said 10 Palestinians are wounded in clashes between stone throwers and Israeli troops in the city of Nablus north of the West Bank on Tuesday.

At 8:30am International Solidarity Movement activists received a call that a family had been kicked out of their home last night and they wanted internationals to enter the house that had a new lock installed by the Israeli soldiers.

Internationals went to the house and found out that Israeli soldiers had locked themselves in the house when they threw a concussion grenade at the internationals.

The Israeli soldiers, after being exposed, left the house and clashed with stone throwers in the city.

Later around five jeeps raided the old city of Nablus and fired some tear gas canisters in the market, which had all the shops to close.

The confrontation also spread at the clock square where other four jeeps were positioned. Army fired rubber bullets and live ammunition at the demonstrator and injured ten, three of which are moderate and the rest are light.

A medial source at Rafidia Hospital in Nablus said that Tha’er Abu Zahra, 17 years old sustained a rubber-coated bullet injury to his head, Ghazi Ayed, sustained several bruises to his body after being clubbed by soldiers in the city, and Fuaad Rawhi Soufan who sustained a bullet fragmentation to his thigh.

Palestinian sources said this is the third raid on Nablus in the past 24 hours.