Israeli occupation continues violations, arrests in occupied West Bank
The Israeli occupation forces storm several areas of the occupied West Bank, desecrating several Islamic sites and breaking into Birzeit University.
The Israeli occupation forces have raided Kifl Haris in the occupied West Bank and provided protection for Israeli settlers as they stormed and desecrated Islamic sites to perform their Talmudic rituals.
As part of the IOF's continuous aggressions against Palestinians, the forces stormed the Berzeit University campus.
The Israeli occupation forces imposed a military cordon on the university, completely preventing access to the campus and physically assaulting its security staff, local sources reported.
Birzeit University said in a statement that the Israeli occupation forces stormed its campus, assaulted the security staff, and vandalized university property.
The Israeli occupation forces arrested Tuesday four citizens from Tulkarm after raiding their homes. The IOF also raided Allar in which they searched several homes without making any arrests.
The Israeli occupation forces martyred Monday at dawn a young Palestinian man and wounded five others during an incursion into Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.
According to local sources, the martyr was identified as Jameel Kayyal, 31, whom the Israeli occupation forces shot directly in the chest during the incursion into the Ras Al-Ain area near the old city of Nablus.
Sources reported that two of the wounded Palestinians were run over by an IOF military vehicle.
Activists had announced shifting the "night confusion" activities from Mount Sbeih to Beita's entrance in response to the martyrdom of Jamil Abu Ayyash, who passed away just hours after being shot in the head by Israeli occupation forces brutally suppressing a march against settlements in Beita.