Lions' Den announces targeting IOF military checkpoint and camp
The resistance group announced the successful completion of their mission on their Telegram channel.
Palestinian Resistance group, the Lions' Den, announced that "a camp and an occupation checkpoint in Huwara in Nablus were targeted" with live bullets.
On their Telegram channel, the group confirmed that at dawn on Tuesday, the resistance fighters "withdrew peacefully" following the successful completion of the operation.
Yesterday, the Lions' Den also announced that its fighters carried out a shooting operation, at dawn, targeting an illegal settler's car on the road to the "Yitzhar" settlement near Nablus.
The resistance group called on the occupation authorities to "return the bodies of the martyrs, otherwise, settlers will not return to their homes safely."
Local sources stated that following the operation, the occupation forces deployed in the Dayr Sharaf roundabout, northwest of Nablus.
IOF raids West Bank, reports of suffocations and several arrests
Israeli occupation forces launched earlier on Monday morning a massive arrest campaign during a West Bank raid.
A young Palestinian boy was wounded by live munitions before he got arrested, alongside another young man, as they confronted the IOF's raid of the town of Beit Ummar, north of Al-Khalil.
The confrontations intensified as the IOF raided and searched local shops in the Assida area of the town. During the raids, the IOF confiscated camera recording devices, and fired live and rubber-coated metal bullets, sonic grenades, and tear gas causing dozens of cases of suffocation.
Media activist, Muhammad Awad, told WAFA that a boy was wounded by live bullets prior to his arrest. Fouad Jassim Abu Ayyash was also arrested after a raid on a shop.
In a similar context, confrontations broke out with the occupation forces deployed at the entrance to Al-Arroub camp, during which the IOF fired poisonous gas at Palestinian civilians and into their homes, which caused dozens of suffocations.
Among those affected by this raid were Essam Imad Atoun, Musa Ziyad Atoun, and Muhammad Ali Atoun, from the town of Sour Baher in occupied Al-Quds.