Four Palestinian Security Men were injured during clashes with members of the Al Aqsa brigades, the armed wing of the Fateh party, in the north and central areas of the Gaza Strip.
The Aqsa Brigades men were protesting against the Palestinian Authority (PA) for not employing them in the security bodies of the PA when the clashes erupted.
Two Palestinian policemen were injured in fire exchanges between the policemen guarding the Police Head General Ala’a Husni and the brigade’s members.
The clashes took place at the parade of General Husni was near the Carni Crossing.
Dozens of Aqsa Brigades members closed Salah Ad’din Road leading to the crossing in an attempt to pressure the PA to employ them in the security forces.
Also, two Palestinian security men were injured in Nsairat Camp when some of the Aqsa Brigades members tried to break into the Electricity Company offices in Zahra’a area.
The brigades members who attempted to break into the company were deterred by the National Security guards after exchanging fire.
Earlier, dozens of Al-Aqsa Brigades members closed Salah Al-Deen road leading to Beit Hanoun "Erez" Crossing, calling for the PA to employ them within the public sector.
The protesters tried to close the customs area where the Palestinian security forces are stationed.
In a separate incident, Palestinian sources reported that dozens of armed men broke into the Military Hospital in Abasan village,
The sources added that the armed men were also members of the Al Aqsa brigades calling for the PA to employ them in the security forces.