Israel continues its aggression in West Bank and Jerusalem

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli occupation forces arrested, last night and early Sunday, a number of Palestinian citizens in separate areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, and clashes erupted between the occupation forces and youths.

In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested last night the ex-prisoner Khaldoun Al-Barghouti from the town of Kober, near the Qalandia military checkpoint, and confiscated his vehicle.

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In Nablus, clashes erupted this morning in the town of Beita, south of Nablus, after the Israeli occupation forces stormed the Jabal Subaih area and the surrounding areas.

Local sources reported that an occupation bulldozer accompanied by occupation patrols stormed the vicinity of a swimming pool in the town and confiscated the chairs and tires in it, as a result of which confrontations erupted with a number of young men.

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In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Zayed Noman Dana and Ramzi Diab Daoud Irfaiya (15 years), after they raided their family's home in the southern area of ​​Hebron.

In occupied Jerusalem, 3 civilians were injured as a result of the occupation’s beating on Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem.

The settlers also attacked the Abdel Latif family in the neighborhood, injuring 3 members of the family, and the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young Samir Khalil Abdel Latif.

Clashes also erupted in the town of Hizma, northeast of Jerusalem, during which the occupation soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas canisters.

Separate areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem witness daily incursions by the occupation forces, including raids and searches of homes, sabotaging their contents, and terrorizing their residents, especially women and children.

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