Israeli soldiers, Monday evening, stormed Aida refugee camp, in northern Bethlehem, and assaulted residents, with clashes erupting with local youth.

Eyewitnesses told PNN that the soldiers detained some of the youth and prevented cars from entering the camp, while attacking residents with rubber-coated metal bullets and teargas.

Aida refugee camp has been subjected to such attacks for months, now, as it is located next to the northern entrance of Bethlehem, next to the apartheid wall and Israeli checkpoint 300, where there is also an Israeli military camp.

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