Israeli forces attacked, on Tuesday, a non-violent demonstration near Salfit, stormed a school near Nablus, and invaded a town near Ramallah, causing many Palestinian citizens to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation, local sources reported.
In the northern part of the West Bank, Israeli soldiers stormed Beita town, south of Nablus, and invaded a school, and summoned the principal.
The incursion which sparked protests among the local youths, which the army responded to by opening fire with tear gas canisters and concussion grenades, causing several civilians to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.
According to Munawar Bani Shamsa, the secretary of the Fatah movement in Beita, soldiers stormed the school and confiscated the security footage from the school.
In the central West Bank, soldiers attacked a non-violent demonstration against the ongoing and escalating colonial activities in Deir Istiya village, west of Salfit, and briefly detained a Palestinian official.
Palestinians held a peaceful march denouncing the Israeli settlers’ efforts to establish a new colonial outpost in the village.
Soldiers detained the head of the Wall and Colonization Resistance Commission, Minister Moayad Shaaban, for a short time before releasing him.
Occupation forces attacked the protestors with tear gas canisters and concussion grenades, with no injuries to report.
It was added that the army assaulted press crews and stopped them from covering the demonstration.
Meanwhile, the army stormed the town of Ni’lin, west of Ramallah in the central West Bank, interrogated a number of citizens without any arrests.
It was added that soldiers fired tear gas canisters at those who protested the incursion, causing a number of people to sustain inhalation injuries.