On Thursday, Israeli soldiers injured several Palestinians in Toura village, west of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank’s northern part.
Media sources said several army jeeps invaded the village, leading to protests before the soldiers fired rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades.
They added that many Palestinians suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation and received the needed treatment from local medics.
The soldiers also installed a roadblock on the street that links the village with surrounding villages and towns before the soldiers stopped and searched cars and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
The village is subject to constant invasion and violations, while the army frequently installs roadblocks and closes streets, in addition to attacking the locals, including the farmers on their lands.
Earlier Thursday, several Israeli military jeeps invaded Urif village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and surrounded a home before abducting a young man.
On Thursday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded several villages and towns in the Jenin governorate.