Three Palestinians wounded, one critical, in IOF storming of Dheisheh
The Israeli occupation forces arrest 8 Palestinian youths.
Confrontations broke out after Israeli occupation forces stormed the Dheisheh camp, which led to confrontations with Palestinians, in which the IOF targeted used live bullets, tear gas, and sound grenades, Wafa reported, citing sources.
The IOF aggression left one young man critically wounded with a bullet to the chest and two others with moderate injuries. The three youths were transferred to the hospital for treatment.
The source added that during the raid on the camp, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Mohammed Abu Sadoud, Mohammed Al-Aas, Rawda Abu Ojaima, Malik Al-Mhisri, Dia Al-Jaafari, Walid Owaineh, Ismail Farraj, and Abdullah Awad, after raiding and searching their homes.
In the early hours of Monday, Israeli occupation forces stormed the West Bank city of Nablus and the Askar refugee camp earlier with dozens of armored vehicles and special forces. Confrontations erupted when Palestinians attempted to defend their city from the incursion.
Two Palestinians were martyred by live IOF fire, Muhammad Al-Hallak and Muhammad Abu Bakr Junaidi, as a result of the confrontations, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health. Local media also reported that the IOF raided Nablus Speciality Hospital with teargas, leaving tens of people suffering from breathing complications.
Last week, Al Mayadeen correspondent in occupied Al-Quds reported that a Palestinian youth was martyred after being shot by Israeli occupation forces near Bab Al-Silsila in Al-Aqsa Mosque under the pretext of attacking occupation soldiers and trying to seize one of their weapons.