Night confusion activities renew in Nablus
Palestinians renew nighttime confusion activities near Jabal Sabih in the town of Beita, south of Nablus, and set rubber tires on fire in the vicinity of the outpost in the town.
In the town of Beita, Palestinian youths in the Nablus governorate, in the northern occupied West Bank, continued night confusion activities against the occupation and settlers.
Night confusion activities renewed near the outpost of "Avitar," which the settlers began to establish in Jabal Sabih in the town of Beita, south of Nablus, 50 days ago. The youths proceeded to set fire to hundreds of rubber tires in the vicinity of the outpost.
صور من البلاد التي لا يتعب أهلها..#بيتا #نابلس #جبل_صبيح pic.twitter.com/7GbwSH6F4l— mujahed moflh | مجاهد بني مفلح (@mujahedmoflh) June 22, 2021
#شاهد بدء فعاليات الإرباك الليلي للمستوطنين في بلدة بيت دجن شرق نابلس pic.twitter.com/Og6toQ7ekc— شبكة فلسطين بين يديك (@palhand1948) June 22, 2021
#صورة مستوطن يلقي بزوجته وطفليه الليلة الماضية على مدخل دير إستيا قضاء سلفيت شمال غرب الضفة الغربية. pic.twitter.com/cUrYxItZX3— شبكة فلسطين بين يديك (@palhand1948) June 23, 2021
The families of Palestinian prisoners put together a sit-in in front of the Red Cross headquarters in the city of Al-Bireh in the West Bank, demanding the release of their prisoners, especially the hunger strikers, namely Ghazanfar Abu Atwan, Sheikh Khader Adnan, and Sheikh Jamal Al-Taweel.
Al-Mayadeen's correspondent had reported, quoting medical sources, that an officer in the Palestinian security apparatus was martyred after settlers attacked him near Nablus.
The Palestinian Red Crescent also announced that 20 Palestinians were injured during their response to the Israeli occupation forces' attack on the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem.
For the past 20 days, the leading prisoner of Hamas movement Jamal Al-Taweel from Ramallah has been on an open-ended hunger strike, protesting the occupation's decision to arrest his daughter for several months.
The leader of the Islamic Jihad movement, Sheikh Khader Adnan, has also continued his open hunger strike, since the beginning of this month, according to what his family announced.