Palestinian resistance fighters target occupation army post in Nablus
West Bank resistance is on the rise as Israeli occupation forces intensify raids and mass arrests in the region.
The Israeli occupation forces fired tear gas canisters in the Jabal Al-Tur area, south of Nablus, after its military post was targeted.
In the details, Resistance fighters opened fire at an occupation army post on Mount Gerizim in Nablus, where an armed confrontation erupted, during which Resistance fighters threw a bomb at Al-Jalama checkpoint, northeast of Jenin.
Israeli occupation raids on West Bank continue
Today, Monday, the occupation forces launched a mass arrest campaign in separate areas in the occupied West Bank, after large-scale raids on homes.
The forces stormed the towns of Al-Shuyoukh, north of AL-Khalil, Sinjil, north of Ramallah, and Jamain, south of Nablus.
Resistance operation at Dawn
Local sources reported that at dawn, Resistance fighters opened fire at a settler's car near Nablus.
The sources said the occupation forces sent reinforcements into the town amid rising alert following the shooting operation.
Palestinian Resistance ramp up confrontation in the West Bank
Nablus and Jenin brigades in Saraya Al-Quds are confronting almost on a daily basis the attempts of Israeli occupation forces to storm the two cities and carry out arrests or assassinations against Resistance fighters.
In a very rare event, on Sunday Palestinian Resistance fighters shot down an Israeli reconnaissance drone over the Old City of Nablus.
Israeli media revealed recently growing concerns of Israeli occupation forces over widespread frustration and volatile situation in all Palestinian cities across the West Bank.
Israeli media stated that "what we have witnessed in recent months, saying it is a new kind of uprising that is different from what we witnessed in the 80s and in the year 2000, and what distinguishes it is a lot of violence directed against the Israeli army in every arrest operation."
Israeli media: Recent operations in West Bank 'new kind of Intifada'
Arab affairs commentator on Israeli Channel13, Hezi Simantov, said, "What is happening in the northern West Bank in the governorates of Nablus and Jenin is a pattern that has become a reality, and this pattern is represented by armed groups carrying out shooting attacks against Israelis, and the group consists of two or three, who take the weapon and plan to carry out an operation."
He continued, "These people are not sent by a specific organization. Perhaps they sympathize with Hamas, the Islamic Jihad, Fatah, etc. Every entry of the Israeli army into the Palestinian areas to carry out an arrest operation is accompanied by live fire. This is a disturbing, alarming new status quo that threatens to develop more and more in the Palestinian territories."
"Israel" is in trouble
According to an Israeli official, "Israel is witnessing an alarming phenomenon, where armed militias and small groups carrying firearms embark on shooting operations," noting that this is different from a confrontation using a Molotov cocktail or a knife in the face of "Israel's" heavy artillery.