Two Palestinian citizens of the refugee camp were wounded by Israeli occupation gunfire amid heavy confrontations with Al-Quds Brigades – Nablus Brigade.
A number of Palestinian citizens in the Balata refugee camp in occupied West Bank’s Nablus were wounded after Israeli occupation forces stormed the camp and opened fire on them during the early hours of Tuesday.
Defending the camp, fighters from Al-Quds brigades – Nablus brigades – confronted the forces consisting of dozens of military vehicles and troops that broke into residents’ homes looking for Resistance members.
Medical sources at the scene said two Palestinians were wounded by IOF gunfire and were subsequently transferred to the hospital to receive the necessary treatment
Eyewitnesses noted that the occupation forces stormed Balata from the direction of the Rujeib village and Soufiane Street in the center of Nablus and surrounded a house of the Al-Salaj family.
The occupation forces positioned before dawn hours in the vicinity of Balata camp, east of Nablus, as warning sirens sounded in the camp.
Footage showed violent confrontations between Al-Quds Brigades – Nablus Brigade – and the IOF.
The Resistance group said in a statement that its fighters in the refugee camp continue to target the storming force with bullets and explosive devices on several fronts, adding that their members scored direct hits.
The Israeli entity continues its aggressive campaign targeting Palestinian towns and villages, especially Jenin and Nablus, in attempts to subdue the Palestinian Resistance that has been inflicting heavy damage on the occupation forces, most recently a historic ambush in Nablus.