IOF launch mass raids on Palestinian homes in occupied West Bank
Israeli occupation forces storm multiple towns in the occupied West Bank and Al-Quds arresting freed prisoners and Palestinian citizens.
Israeli occupation forces stormed several cities and villages in the occupied West Bank and Al-Quds, on Monday dawn, arresting multiple Palestinian, including freed prisoners, amid confrontations with Palestinian resistance fighters.
Occupation forces arrested freed prisoner and engineer Alaa Al-Aaraj after they stormed his residence in the Al-Maajin neighborhood located in the Nablus governorate.
Resistance fighters opened fire on Israeli forces and targeted them with an explosive device as they raided Al-Aaraj's residence.
A force comprised of armored vehicles and well-equipped soldiers stormed the town of Beita, south of Nablus, and raided several homes in the area.
The occupation forces withdrew from the town after being confronted by Palestinian fighters using firearms.
The IOF arrested freed prisoners Abdullah Ahmed Herzallah and Yasser Muhammad Amarneh, as well as Saeed Mamoun Abadi, from the town of Yabad, south of Jenin.
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The Lions' Den resistance group announced on Monday that their fighters confronted occupation forces who stormed the city of Nablus.
In Salfit, the Israeli occupation forces raided various homes in the area, damaging the furniture and home appliances of Palestinian residents.
They also arrested Ahmed Abu Khudair from the town of Surif, north of Al-Khalil.
Furthermore, occupation forces shot at residents of the Aqabat Jaber camp, in the Ariha governorate injuring 4 Palestinians, and detaining one of them.
Resistance fighters met the occupation's violation of their town with gunfire which promoted the army to call in for reinforcements.
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