The Israeli occupation forces storm the occupied West Bank before assaulting Palestinian civilians.
The Israeli occupation forces opened fire at and injured a Palestinian in Jenin, the occupied West Bank, after raiding the city early on Tuesday.
Local Palestinian sources reported that violent armed confrontations broke out between the Palestinian resistance fighters and the IOF after the latter stormed eastern Jenin.
It was reported that the Palestinian resistance opened fire at IOF vehicles during the storming after the latter deployed military reinforcements in the area.
The Nablus Brigade of the Al-Quds Brigades reported Monday dawn that its Resistance fighters confronted the occupation forces that had stormed the Old City of Nablus, from multiple fronts.
In turn, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades’ Nablus Brigade reported that they had successfully lured and targeted a unit of the IOF entering from one of the fronts.
The IOF stormed the Old City of Nablus in large numbers since the early morning hours, while local media reported that violent confrontations took place between Resistance fighters and the IOF, which then were forced to withdraw from the city.
The Nablus Brigade affiliate of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades said in their statement that “Zionist special forces were lured into the Al-Houh area near Al-Qahwa, and the forces were targeted with intense and blessed barrages of bullets, and two explosive devices were detonated among the invading forces.”
In parallel to the Nablus raid, other units of the IOF stormed the Shuafat refugee camp, north of Occupied Al-Quds, as well as the towns of Zababdeh in Jenin and Jifna in Ramallah.
During the confrontations, a Palestinian was shot and dozens of others suffered from suffocation due to the launching of teargas canisters by the IOF during their raid on the town of Zababdeh, south of Jenin.