Confrontations between occupation, Palestinians; arrests in West Bank
Israeli occupation forces carry out storming operations and arrests in occupied Al-Quds and West Bank.
Cities in the West Bank have witnessed storming operations by the Israeli occupation forces, including arrests, which led to confrontations between its soldiers and Palestinian youths.
The Areen Al-Ousoud (Lions' Den) resistance groups announced repelling the storming of the occupation forces in the city of Nablus and Balata refugee camp (north of the occupied West Bank).
استهداف قوات الاحتلال المقتحمة لبلدة الطور شرق القدس بالزجاجات الحارقة pic.twitter.com/xiNFx1yURw— AlQastal القسطل (@AlQastalps) September 23, 2022
The occupation forces arrested the two young men, Husam Zaitoun and Baraa Hashash, after raiding their homes in the Balata refugee camp, during which violent armed confrontations broke out, according to local sources.
A statement issued by Areen Al-Ousoud [a Palestinian resistance group] stated that it had participated with the Balata camp battalion in confronting the occupation forces.
In occupied Al-Quds, Palestinian youths confronted the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Al-Tur, east of the city.
According to local sources, the occupation forces stormed the town, fired stun grenades and rubber bullets at the citizens, and opened waste water hoses toward Palestinian homes.
The occupation had arrested a boy during confrontations that erupted in the town after the death of the young man, Muhammad Abu Jumaaa.
A number of Palestinians were also injured while responding to the occupation's attacks in a number of areas in the occupied West Bank, during weekly anti-settlement marches.
In Nablus, Palestinians repelled the attacks of the occupation forces in the vicinity of Jabal Sobeih in the town of Beita, after a march rejecting the settlement outpost established on the mountain, and repelled the occupation’s attacks in Beit Dajan and Qalqilya with poison gas bombs and rubber bullets.
In the town of Beit Iksa, settlers attacked the residents' vehicles northwest of Al-Quds, while the occupation forces prevented the townspeople from reaching their cars to protect them from the settlers' attack.