Al Jazeera’s correspondent reported an increase in the number of Palestinian martyrs during the past 24 hours due to bullets fired by the occupation forces in West Bank And Jerusalem to 8 martyrs, bringing the number of martyrs to 163 since the start of the war on GazaAccording to a statement by the Palestinian Ministry of Health on Tuesday.
The occupation forces stormed several areas of the West Bank, during which confrontations took place with Palestinian resistance, the most recent of which was the storming of the city of Embryo And the entrances to its camp, where armed clashes broke out between Palestinian resistance fighters and Israeli occupation soldiers.
According to eyewitnesses, large Israeli army forces, reinforced with military bulldozers, stormed the city from several entrances before confronting clashes with Palestinians.
Witnesses indicated that sounds of explosions were heard in several locations in the city of Jenin, without knowing what they were.
Witnesses pointed out that Israeli drones were flying in the skies of Jenin.
Attacks and confrontations
The camp, located in the city of Jenin in the northern West Bank, has witnessed new and widespread forms of occupation army attacks and assassinations since the events of Al-Aqsa floodIn an attempt to undermine the resistance and prevent its spread to the rest of the West Bank.
Meanwhile, confrontations took place in the city and camp of Tulkarm, with Israeli forces bulldozing the roads and streets around the camp and bombing an electricity transformer.
Confrontations also took place in the village of Sa’ir, north of Hebron, in the city of Bethlehem, the Aqabat Jaber camp in Jericho, and the town of Beitunia, west of Ramallah.
Since the start of the war Israel On the Gaza Strip, on the seventh of last October, tension escalated in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem and its old city, which led to the martyrdom of dozens and the arrest of hundreds.
Arrests and liquidations
In this context, a statement issued by the Prisoners’ Authority and the Prisoners’ Club said today that – since the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood – more than 2,200 arrests have been recorded.
The statement said that the occupation forces – last night and Tuesday dawn – launched an arrest campaign that targeted at least 55 citizens from the West Bank, including former prisoner Ruba Assi, and journalists, with the continuation of systematic arrests and the comprehensive aggression launched by the occupation against the Palestinian people.
The arrests were concentrated in the governorates of Hebron and Ramallah, and the rest of the arrests were distributed across the majority of the governorates of the West Bank, according to the statement.
The Prisoners’ Authority and the Prisoners’ Club confirmed that “the occupation carried out systematic, premeditated assassination operations against prisoners, in light of the death of 4 detainees in the occupation prisons, who were arrested after the seventh of last October, as a result of the torture and abuse operations that affected the prisoners.”
It is noteworthy that the number of prisoners in the occupation prisons reached about 7,000 prisoners, including 62 female prisoners, and the number of administrative detainees reached 2,070.