Israeli forces invaded, on Wednesday night, and dawn Thursday, several towns and villages in the the Jenin, Jerusalem, and Bethlehem governorates, causing injuries among youths who protested, according to local sources.

Israeli forces infiltrated, at dawn Thursday, the city of Jenin in addition to several surrounding towns and villages, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Military vehicles stormed towns from the northwest to south of the city, including Al-Yamoun, Ya’bad, Araba, Qabatiya, and Al-Zababdeh, in addition to villages in the surrounding areas.

Local Palestinians protested the invasions, which soldiers responded to by firing live rounds, concussion grenades, and tear gas canisters.

No injuries were reported.

In occupied Jerusalem, soldiers stormed, on Wednesday evening, several neighborhoods and adjacent towns, causing Palestinians to resist the invasions.

Soldiers invaded the Shu’fat refugee camp, north of the occupied city, Silwan town on the outskirts of the Old City, al-‘Isawiya neighborhood in East Jerusalem, Al-Jib village, northwest of the city, and fired concussion grenades and tear gas canisters at youths who resisted the incursions.

Palestinian youths used fireworks to deter the army from entering the Shu’fat refugee camp, no injuries were reported.

Meanwhile, in the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, occupation forces invaded, Wednesday evening, the northern entrance of the city, which led to protests by local Palestinian youths.

Soldiers fired live rounds, concussion grenades, and tear gas canisters, causing several citizens to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.

All of those who sustained inhalation injuries were treated at the scene by local medics.