Multiple Palestinian injuries in Jenin after IOF storm city
Palestinians in Jenin confront the Israeli occupation forces as they stormed the refugee camp with bulldozers.
Numerous troops of the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed the Jenin camp at dawn on Thursday, according to local sources.
Sources reported that the IOF stormed the camp while accompanied by a bulldozer.
Three young men were wounded by live bullets, during the storming of Jenin and its refugee camp, and confrontations erupted.
Palestinian media reported that the occupation forces, backed by a military bulldozer, stormed the city of Jenin and its camp from all sides, raided several neighborhoods, and deployed snipers on the roofs of buildings, which led to the outbreak of confrontations during which the IOF fired live bullets, sound bombs, and tear gas, which led to the wounding of 3 young men. They were transferred to the Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital in Jenin.
The IOF stormed the villages of Anin, Al-Taybeh, Rumana, and Zabouba, adjacent to the racist expansion wall, chased the workers, set up several mobile military checkpoints, stopped and searched citizens' vehicles, and checked the identities of their passengers.
Two IOF troops were wounded after they attempted to storm the entrance of the town of Issawiya, east Al-Quds.
A statement by the Israeli occupation police stated that the two troops entered a gas station at the entrance to Al-Isawiya, where they were pelted with stones, which led to their withdrawal toward another point.