Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa, Palestinians confront IOF in Jenin
Israeli occupation forces storm the city of Jenin and its camp in the occupied West Bank and arrest several Palestinians.
Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque and deployed in large numbers to secure the storming of illegal Israeli settlers, led by former Knesset member Yehuda Glick.
On the sixth day of the "Jewish Passover holiday", Israeli occupation forces stationed at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque continued to prevent many worshippers from entering to perform the Fajr prayer in the Mosque.
One of the guards of Al-Aqsa confirmed that the doors of the Mosque were opened, but the occupation forces prevented those under the age of 50 from entering to perform the dawn prayer.
Hundreds of fanatic Israeli Jewish settlers perform rituals at Bab Hutta Gate at the entrance to Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied Jerusalem, as they wait their turn to break into the holy site, today. pic.twitter.com/O0qdLp8vCl— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) April 11, 2023
A few weeks ago, calls for illegal Israeli settlers to storm Al-Aqsa and attempt to present sacrifices inside the Mosque on the occasion of the start of the "Jewish Passover holiday" escalated. Some settler groups even set a financial reward for settlers who could do so.
On Monday, the Islamic Endowments Department in occupied Al-Quds reported that hundreds of illegal Israeli settlers stormed the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from the side of Al-Mughrabi Gate under heavy protection from the Israeli occupation forces.
IOF storm Jenin, arrest several
In parallel with the storming of Al-Aqsa, the occupation forces stormed the city of Jenin and its camp in the occupied West Bank, where armed confrontations broke out between Palestinian Resistance fighters and the occupation forces, who surrounded a house.
The occupation sent military reinforcements toward the neighborhoods of Al-Hadaf, Al-Jabriyat, and the vicinity of Jenin camp, where the occupation forces deployed snipers on the roofs and raided some houses.
Gunfights broke out this morning as Israeli occupation forces raided Al-Hadaf neighborhood in the city of Jenin, north of the occupied West Bank. At least five Palestinians were arrested by the occupation forces during the raid. pic.twitter.com/7Lpx6Aq1ai— Quds News Network (@QudsNen) April 11, 2023
According to medical sources in the Red Crescent, two Palestinian youths were slightly injured during the confrontations.
The occupation forces also sent reinforcements toward the town of Burqin and the outskirts of Jenin camp, where a power outage in several neighborhoods was reported.
The occupation forces stormed the house of Maher Turkman in Jenin -- who the occupation accuses of carrying out the first Jordan Valley operation with his martyred son and his captive nephew -- arrested his other son Ahmad.
A special Israeli occupation force besieged a house in Al-Hadaf neighborhood, adjacent to the Jenin camp, where confrontations were heard.
According to prisoners' affairs institutions, the occupation forces arrested a group of young men from inside a house in Jenin.
Mujahideen Brigades targets IOF that stormed Al-Ain camp
In a related context, the Mujahideen Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Mujahideen Movement, announced that its groups in the West Bank managed, at dawn Monday, to target with heavy bullets Israeli occupation forces that stormed Al-Ain camp in Nablus and arrested a young man in the Northern Mountain area.
A spokesperson for the Israeli occupation military confirmed that two soldiers were injured during confrontations with Palestinian Resistance fighters in the camp.
The violent confrontations continued until the early hours of the morning before the occupation forces withdrew from the area.
The Lions' Den Resistance groups in Nablus announced that their fighters had ambushed Israeli occupation soldiers in the Al-Ain camp area and targeted them with bullets and explosive devices, adding that the "attack resulted in certain casualties among enemy soldiers and vehicles."