Clashes erupted between Israeli forces and young Palestinians, after several Israeli military vehicles raided Jenin city and refugee camp, on Wednesday. Security sources say that Israeli forces raided the city and its camp three times, giving rise to violence with the young Palestinians, the Palestinian News Network has reported. No reports of arrest or injury have been made.
Israeli forces also stormed the villages of Beit Qad, Deir Abu Da’if, Masliya, and al-Zababdeh, set several military checkpoints at the main entrances and hindered the movement of the citizens.
Israeli occupation forces, on Wednesday, at dawn, kidnapped nine Palestinians after raiding different districts in the West Bank.
According to Al Ray, Israeli Channel 7 said that Israeli forces claim the detainees are wanted by Shin Bet Israeli intelligence agency.
In Hebron, locals said that the Israeli troops abducted Qusai Nassar, 20, after raiding his house and assaulting his brother; he was severely beaten.
Israeli patrols raided Yatta town, southern Hebron. In addition, Israeli air forces carried out airdrop missions in the area, intensively deploying at all of the entrances.
They also carried out security actions in Bani Na’em town to the east of Hebron.
Just yesterday, clashes erupted between Israeli occupation forces and school students, following a rally that was launched in al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, in support with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Coordinator of National Committee to Resist Wall and Settlement in Hebron, Rateb al-Jbour, said that Israeli forces fired rubber-coated bullets and tear gas canisters toward the students and the participants.
The 46-year-old teacher Jaber Mohammed Awwad suffered suffocation injuries due to tear gas inhalation.