IOF storms into West Bank and conducts arrests in response to "Bnei Brak" operation
Following the "Bnei Brak" shooting operation, the IOF launch an arrest campaign in different Palestinian areas, as settlers attack dozens of cars in the West Bank.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed Wednesday the house of Palestinian martyr Diaa Hamarsheh - who carried out the "Bnei Brak" operation - in the town of Yaabed in the Jenin governorate in the occupied West Bank.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported that the IOF stormed a large number of houses in Yaabed, and carried out arrests and interrogations with the martyr's family, while encircling the town.
In the same context, Israeli Knesset member Eli Cohen proposed expelling the families of Palestinians who carry out operations, even if they hold Israeli IDs.
قوات الاحتلال تواصل اقتحام بلدة يعبد في جنين وتشن حملة اعتقالات ضد أقارب ضياء حمارشة. pic.twitter.com/p724l1ctr1— فلسطين بوست (@plespost) March 30, 2022
The town witnessed violent confrontations at dawn, during which Palestinian youths set rubber tires on fire to hinder the storming of the occupation forces.
The IOF arrested two young men from the town - Rabih Hamarsheh and Mahdi Hamarsheh - and launched an arrest campaign in different areas within the West Bank.
Our correspondent in occupied Al-Quds confirmed that settlers attacked the Israeli security minister during his tour of the site of the "Bnei Brak" operation, pointing out that the Israeli media is describing the operation as a catastrophic failure of the Israeli intelligence services.
Ghassan Daghlas, the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, confirmed that settlers' attacks targeted at least 80 Palestinian vehicles following the operation.
Daghlas indicated that the attacks were carried out on streets linking the city of Nablus with cities in the northern West Bank, adding that settlers attacked Palestinian homes in the town of Burin, southwest of Nablus.
The settlers' attacks came hours after the shooting operation that was carried out in "Bnei Brak" in "Tel Aviv", and the deaths of five Israeli settlers as a result, including a police officer.