On Monday evening, Israeli soldiers injured many Palestinians in several villages and towns in the Jenin governorate and several Palestinians in Nablus, in the West Bank’s northern part.
Media sources said the soldiers invaded the villages and towns of ‘Arraba, Kafr Ra’ey, Fahma, Rommana, and Zabbouba, near Jenin, leading to protests.
The soldiers fired live rounds, gas bombs, and concussion grenades at the Palestinians, causing many to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.
The soldiers also installed roadblocks around many villages and towns south of Jenin, stopped and searched many cars, and interrogated dozens of Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
In related news, the soldiers shot one Palestinian with a rubber-coated steel bullet and caused many to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation after the army invaded Beit Furik town, east of Nablus.
The soldiers also confiscated a bulldozer in the Khirbat Tana area in Beit Furik town and abducted its driver.