Israeli occupation forces storm Jenin, arrest Palestinian youth
After storming the town of Al-Yamoun, Israeli occupation forces leave behind a trail of destruction and devastation.
On Sunday, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Al-Yamoun, northwest of Jenin, and confrontations erupted between Palestinian youths and the occupation forces. The confrontations have continued into this morning.
The IOF stormed the house of Abu Fadi Al-Jabari in the town of Al-Yamoun where activists circulated scenes showing the destruction and devastation caused by occupation forces after they stormed the family's house.
شاهد | آثار الدمار والخراب الذي خلفه جيش الاحتــلال خلال اقتحام منزل عائلة الجعبري في بلدة اليامون بـ #جنين. pic.twitter.com/OJ0lsdtOmM— المقدسي للإعلام (@AlmakdesyMedia) April 4, 2022
Local sources reported that the IOF arrested Fadi Al-Jabari after storming his family's home in the town of Jenin.
Confrontations erupted between Palestinian youths and Israeli occupation forces at the Damascus Gate in occupied Al-Quds on Saturday.
This happened in the aftermath of the Isha and Taraweeh prayers in Al-Aqsa mosque, too, on the first day of the month of Ramadan, where 50,000 worshippers gathered.
Nearly a dozen Palestinians were injured at the hands of Israeli occupation forces at Damascus Gate in Al-Aqsa Mosque, occupied Al-Quds, the Palestinian Red Crescent reported.
The organization reported that 11 young men had been injured due to Israeli violence that varied from the use of tear gas and physical assault with batons.
The Israeli occupation forces arrested several civilians in the area after assaulting them and handcuffing them before taking them to undisclosed locations.
19 people injured in Bab Al-Amoud
Simultaneously, the Palestinian Red Cross in occupied Al-Quds reported that 19 people were injured during confrontations with the occupation forces in Bab Al-Amoud including bullet wounds and others as a result of severe beatings.
The occupation forces also arrested at least 17 citizens, removed the deputy director of Al-Quds Endowment from Al-Aqsa Mosque, and set up a mobile center near Bab Al-Amoud Square, in conjunction with a provocative visit by the Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid to Bab Al-Amoud area.
Lapid's provocative tour comes three days after the extremist Israeli Knesset member Itamar Ben Gvir, at the head of a group of settlers, stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque last Thursday where they performed Talmudic rituals in the mosque's courtyards under the protection of dozens of Israeli occupation police.
توتر شديد تشهده منطقة باب العامود في هذه الأثناء pic.twitter.com/JBczIVZY7J— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) April 3, 2022