The Israeli occupation forces continued their raids on cities and towns in West Bank The occupation, and confrontations broke out with Palestinian youths in a number of them, while the occupation arrested dozens.
Al Jazeera's correspondent said that the Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Anata (east Occupied Jerusalem) and the villages of Nahalin and Husan (west of Bethlehem).
The reporter reported that confrontations broke out between Palestinian youth and Israeli forces, as the occupation soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas bombs at the protesting youth. They also closed shops and searched a number of homes after storming them.
The Red Crescent announced that a young man was injured by occupation bullets during confrontations in the village of Madama South Nablus. The occupation forces also stormed the town of Asira Al-Qibliya, south of the same city.
Al Jazeera's correspondent said that the Israeli occupation forces stormed the Ain Sultan refugee camp, north of the city of Jericho in the West Bank.
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The reporter added that the occupation forces surrounded a house amid heavy firing of stun grenades and tear gas, and arrested a young man, claiming that he was wanted by their security forces, before they withdrew.
The occupation forces set up a number of barriers at the entrances to the towns of Qalqilya Governorate and the main entrance to the city, and arrested a young man in front of the entrance to the town of Nabi Elias, east of the city.
The people of the city of Dura (south) mourned Hebron) The bodies of Muhammad Abu Sebaa and Ahed Mtair, who were martyred yesterday, Monday, at the hands of the occupation forces. The funeral coincided with a city-wide strike to mourn the two martyrs.
The occupation forces had previously withdrawn from the home of the prisoner, doctor Ayser Barghouti, in the Batn al-Hawa neighborhood in the city of Ramallah, after storming the city at dawn on Tuesday. They raided the apartment of Barghouti, who was arrested by the occupation forces 9 days ago on charges of carrying out an attack north of the city of Ramallah on the 7th of Ramallah. current month.
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club said that the occupation forces arrested 50 Palestinians last night from the West Bank, including children and freed prisoners.
The Palestinian News and Information Agency (Wafa) reported on Tuesday that the arrests included 16 citizens from Hebron, 10 from Ramallah, 6 from Jenin, and 3 from Qalqilya and Nablus.
The Prisoners' Club and the Prisoners' Affairs Authority reported – last Sunday – that “the number of arrests rose after the seventh of last October to about 5,875 people, and it includes those who were arrested from homes, through military checkpoints, and those who were forced to surrender themselves under pressure.” And those who were held hostage.”
On the verge of explosion
Since the launch of the resistance, there has been a battle Al-Aqsa flood On October 7, the pace of Israeli attacks in the West Bank escalated, and have since resulted in the death of more than 350 Palestinians and the arrest of more than 5,000 others.
The Israeli occupation army continues its raids, while the Haaretz newspaper quoted security officials as saying that the situation in the West Bank is on the verge of explosion.
Security officials warned that if the political level did not make decisions about the economic future of the Palestinians there, the risk of conflict would increase.
The newspaper said that the Israeli army transferred the “Duvdevan” unit from Gaza to the West Bank in anticipation of the escalation of the situation there.