Israeli Occupation Forces Block All Sideroads to Jabal Sbeih
Palestinian sources confirm that an Israeli occupation military bulldozer is closing all sideroads leading to Jabal Sbeih under heavy military guard.
Israeli occupation forces have closed all dirt roads leading to Jabal Sbeih in Beita, south of Nablus.
Local sources told Palestinian media that an occupation bulldozer has been closing all sideroads leading to Jabal Sbeih under heavy military guard since Friday morning.
Sources also added that "the occupation forces are attempting to keep civilians from getting close to the settlement outpost, which is heavily guarded by the occupation forces after settlers withdrew from it and civilians were prevented from carrying on their activities on Jabal Sbeih."
Tens of Palestinians were injured due to the military occupation's suppression of "night confusion" activities, south of Nablus.
The Palestinian Red Crescent announced that the Israeli suppression resulted in the injury of 56 people, including 18 by rubber bullets, in the towns of Beita and Qasra, south of Nablus.
Ahmad Jibril, Director of the Emergency Department at the Palestinian Red Crescent Society in Nablus, said, "Red Crescent crews have performed first aid on 37 Palestinians," adding that "11 of them were hit with rubber-coated bullets during confrontations in the village of Qasra, with 6 Palestinians suffering from the effects of teargas inhalations due to the confrontations that erupted with the Israeli occupation."
Tens of Palestinians were injured on Thursday, during confrontations that erupted with occupation forces.
Palestinian medical sources had confirmed two days ago that a lady sustained moderate injuries after being run over by a settler near the Al-Ibrahimi Mosque in Al-Khalil.