Israeli occupation forces stormed a city Embryo North West Bank This led to the outbreak of violent armed clashes with resistance fighters, and simultaneous raids were carried out in Nablus, Ramallah, and Hebron, and the two sisters of the martyr were arrested. Saleh Al-Arouri Vice President of the Political Bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) who was assassinated in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, at the beginning of this month.
The storming of Jenin began at night and continues until this morning, with dozens of military and Israeli vehicles participating.
Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that the occupation forces surrounded the main entrance to the Jenin camp, noting that armed clashes broke out in the center of the city between Palestinian resistance fighters and the invading forces.
Palestinian journalists and activists described the clashes as violent, and pointed out that the resistance fighters used explosive devices to target occupation vehicles. They also published video clips showing bulldozers destroying the streets.
Two Palestinian youths were injured by Israeli occupation forces’ fire during their storming of the town of Arraba, south of the city of Jenin.
Palestinian medical sources reported that ambulance crews took one of them to the hospital, while the occupation forces arrested the second wounded man.
Also in the northern West Bank, the occupation forces stormed the city of Nablus, raided a number of homes in the northern mountain, and arrested two young Palestinians.
The Israeli army stormed Al-Far'a camp, south of the city of Tubas, and Al-Jazeera's correspondent reported that clashes and explosions were heard in the camp.
The occupation army said that it wounded a number of Palestinian fighters during an exchange of fire, without any casualties among its ranks. It also announced the arrest of two wanted Palestinians during its incursion into the camp.
Dalal and Fatima Al-Arouri, sisters of the leader of Hamas, the martyr Yad Saleh Al-Arouri, who were arrested a short while ago after their homes were stormed in the city of Al-Bireh and the town of Aroura, north of Ramallah. pic.twitter.com/kAGgZefrFF
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The arrest of my sister Al-Arouri
Also in the developments of the past few hours in the West Bank, Al Jazeera’s correspondent said that the occupation forces arrested the two sisters of the martyr Saleh Al-Arouri at dawn today.
The reporter added that the occupation forces raided the Al-Arouri family home in the town of Aroura, north of Ramallah, and arrested Dalal Al-Arouri, while they arrested Fatima Al-Arouri during their storming of the city of Al-Bireh.
Al-Arouri was martyred with others from the Hamas movement in an Israeli raid on the southern suburb of Beirut 10 days ago.
The Israeli army also stormed the Jalazoun camp, north of Ramallah, and conducted patrols in its neighborhoods.
The night raids included Al-Arroub Camp and the town of Deir Samet in the Hebron Governorate, south of the West Bank.
In Deir Samet, confrontations broke out between Palestinian youths and the occupation forces, who fired live bullets and tear gas bombs, set up military checkpoints in the center of the town, and seized a house and turned it into a military barracks.
Al Jazeera's correspondent stated that the Israeli occupation forces arrested 15 Palestinians in various areas during the new incursions.
Since the Palestinian resistance launched the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood on October 7, the Israeli army has escalated its attacks in the West Bank. This resulted in the martyrdom of more than 340 Palestinians and the arrest of 5,000 others.