Palestinian youth confront the storming of Israeli occupation special forces into the city of Tubas and force them to withdraw.
Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday pursued storming Palestinian cities in the occupied West Bank, as Palestinians confronted the incursions into the cities of Nablus, Tubas, Salfit, Al-Bireh, and the town of Al-Yamoun.
In Tubas, Palestinian youth confronted the storming of Israeli occupation special forces into the city and forced them to withdraw.
In addition, violent confrontations erupted between occupation forces and Palestinian youths who tried to confront the storming of the eastern region of Nablus at night.
Dozens of citizens and Red Crescent crews suffocated when Israeli occupation forces raided the region to secure the settlers’ storming of Qaber Youssef (Joseph’s Tomb).
Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades confirmed that its Resistance fighters confronted the storming forces with heavy bullets and homemade explosives.
Local media reported that fire erupted in a residential building in Nablus after Israeli occupation forces fired teargas canisters at Palestinian residents.
On Tuesday, the Jenin Brigade announced that it targeted Israeli occupation forces that stormed the vicinity of the Jenin camp with heavy gunfire.
The Brigade said in a statement that its Resistance fighters targeted occupation forces’ vehicles with a number of explosive devices in the vicinity of the camp.
Israeli occupation forces had stormed the vicinity of the camp and surrounded a house, which led to the outbreak of confrontations.
The Ministry of Health reported three injuries among the Palestinians by Israeli occupation gunfire, including one in the abdomen.
Earlier, occupation forces launched a series of raids in the occupied West Bank, including the town of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, the Dheisheh camp in Beit Lahm, and the Aqabat Jaber camp in Areeha, where they arrested six members of the same family.
This comes just a couple of days after Israeli occupation forces shot dead Palestinian youth Saleh Sabra, during their attempt to storm the Askar refugee camp, east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank.
Marking one of the bloodiest years in Palestine, the number of people martyred in the West Bank and Gaza Strip so far has risen to 151, including 33 martyrs in the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, which ended with a ceasefire on May 13.