Resistance fighters confront occupation forces who stormed Jenin
Violent confrontations break out again between resistance fighters and the occupation forces during their storming of the Jenin camp.
Violent clashes erupted on Wednesday between Palestinian resistance fighters and the IOF while the latter were storming the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.
On Tuesday, Palestinian youths opened fire on Israeli occupation forces in Beit Zata in Beit Ummar, in the northwest of Al-Khalil in the occupied West Bank. Occupation soldiers chased the Palestinian youths and fired live bullets and tear gas canisters at them.
This comes after clashes with the occupation forces resulted in a number of civilians suffocating in Beit Ummar.
On Tuesday evening, two Palestinian youths were wounded by the rubber bullets of the occupation during the clashes that erupted with the occupation forces in the village of Azzun, east of Qalqilya, in the occupied West Bank.
It is worth noting that violent confrontations erupted at dawn Saturday between Palestinian Resistance fighters and the Israeli occupation forces who stormed the camp and city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
Local sources reported that reinforced Israeli occupation forces stormed the outskirts of Jenin and headed to the camp, resulting in violent confrontations with Resistance fighters who stood up to the attack, during which sounds of heavy bullets were heard.
The sources said that the occupation forces stormed the house of Maher Turkman, whom the IOF is in pursuit of, in the vicinity of Jenin camp, before withdrawing from the camp and its surroundings.
Earlier on Friday, Israeli occupation forces killed Mahmoud Naim Badir, a Palestinian youth from the city of Kafr Qassem in the '48 occupied Palestinian territories, after he allegedly carried out a shooting and ramming attack, injuring two Israeli occupation police officers.