Eyewitnesses reported on Thursday evening that at least six youth were wounded by Israeli military fire after the army invaded Al Far’a refugee camp, north of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and clashed with local youth, who hurled stones at the invading forces.
The eyewitnesses added that one homemade explosive charge was hurled at a military jeep near the camp and that the explosive directly hit the jeep; the Israeli army reported no injuries.
Later on soldiers, supported by more than 20 military vehicles, closed the area and invaded the camp.
Dozens of youth took off to the streets and hurled stones at the invading forces. Soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition and rubber-coated bullets, causing at least six injuries among the Palestinian youth.
Additionally, soldiers surrounded the camp, installed roadblocks. and initiated a search campaign that targeted dozens of homes in the camp.