The Israeli occupation military, on Sunday revoked the permits to work in occupied Palestinian lands in 1948 for 164 Palestinians, related to the members of the Palestinian resistance group, Lion’s Den “Areen Al-Usood,” the Israeli coordinator of government activities in the territories (COGAT) said.
Last week, The Israeli occupation imposed a siege on the West Bank city of Nablus, barring residents from travelling in and out of the city, resulting in protests.
Revoking the ability to work in occupied lands in 1948 is a collective punishment measure practiced by the Israeli occupation against Palestinians in the West Bank.
Some 2,500 permits to work in occupied lands in 1948 by the Israeli occupation have been revoked from Palestinians in the past year.
The Israeli occupation arrested 47 Palestinians in east Jerusalem over the weekend, most of them underage youth, following protests.
The Palestinian Health Ministry said on Sunday, that a man who was critically injured by Israeli fire in the Nablus area, had died from his wounds. Three others were wounded in the attack.