Palestinian youths confronted Israeli occupation forces that stormed the town.
Israeli occupation forces blew up on Tuesday the house of Palestinian martyr Moataz Al-Khawaja in the town of Ni’lin, west of Ramallah, after besieging it for more than four hours, amid confrontations with Palestinian youths.
At dawn today, large forces of the Israeli occupation army stormed Ni’lin in the occupied West Bank and surrounded the house of martyr Al-Khawaja in preparation for its destruction.
The occupation forces fired tear gas canisters massively at the homes of the people in the eastern neighborhood of Ni’lin.
Violent confrontations broke out between a group of Palestinian youths and Israeli occupation forces during the storming into the town.
On March 9, martyr Moataz Al-Khawaja, 23, carried out a shooting operation on “Dizengoff Street” in “Tel Aviv”, which resulted in the injury of five illegal Israeli settlers, before he was shot dead by Israeli occupation forces.
In the meantime, Israeli occupation forces also stormed, at dawn today, Tuesday, the town of Qabatiya in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
According to local sources, violent armed confrontations broke out between Resistance fighters and the occupation forces across the town as the IOF stormed it.
The Resistance fighters opened heavy fire on the occupation forces and targeted the Israeli military vehicles with a number of homemade explosive devices.
On its part, Jenin Brigade – Qabatiya Unit announced that “it confronted the occupation forces, who stormed the town, and showered them with heavy bullets and explosive devices.”