On Saturday dawn, several Israeli army vehicles invaded the al-Arqa village, west of Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, leading to protests, before wounding several Palestinians and confiscating surveillance recordings.

Media sources said the soldiers fired dozens of gas bombs and con concussion grenades, causing many Palestinians to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

They added that the soldiers stormed and ransacked the homes of Taiseer Kamal al-Waked and Raqi Ibrahim Yahia, before confiscating surveillance recordings from the properties.

The soldiers also invaded a gas station and a supermarket on the Arraba-Ya’bad Road before searching them and confiscating surveillance recordings.

Dozens of soldiers were also deployed near the military roadblock on the Arraba-Ya’bad Road and invaded the villages of Toura, Nazlet Zeid, and al-Hashimiyya, southwest of Jenin.