Israeli army invades a Palestinian refugee camp near Tubas; four civilians injured, two abducted

The Israeli army invaded Al Far’a refugee camp south of Tubass city in the northern part of the West Bank on Thursday morning.
During the invasion, Israeli troops attacked and searched residents’ homes. Soldiers fired sound and tear gas bombs into residents’ homes and injured four, all were moved to hospitals in Nablus city. No names of casualties were issued.

Ahmad Sawalmah and his brother Firas were abducted when Israeli soldiers searched and ransacked their family home, the family reported.

In the meantime, heavily armored Israeli vehicles are still in the refugee camp, enforcing a strict curfew and confining scores of Palestinian families to their homes.

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Ghassan Bannoura

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