Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday evening, a school east of Jenin city, in the northern part of the West Bank, and used it as a military post and monitoring tower.Local sources reported that the army was extensively deployed around ‘Aaba Ash-Sharqiyya village, and on its nearby hill, before invading the village, and occupying the school after installing roadblocks around it.
Clashes also took place with the invading forces as several youths hurled stones at them and the army fired several rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs; no injuries were reported.
Also, the soldiers installed a roadblock on the bypass road near the village, and searched dozens of vehicles while interrogating the residents.
In related news, Israeli sources reported that one soldier was injured after he fell from a military vehicle driving near Doura town, south of Hebron in the southern part of the West Bank.
The Israeli army also said that several youths hurled stones at settlers vehicles driving on a settler road north of Hebron.
The military further stated that a number of settler vehicles sustained broken windows and front shields after being hit by stones hurled by local youths near Al-Arroub refugee camp, and Beit Ummar, north of Hebron.