The West Bank : People were injured by live bullets, including children, and the occupation increases arrests of people born in Gaza The West Bank : People were injured by live bullets, including children, and the occupation increases arrests of people born in Gaza

The West Bank : People were injured by live bullets, including children, and the occupation increases arrests of people born in Gaza

The West Bank : People were injured by live bullets, including children, and the occupation increases arrests of people born in Gaza

Palestinians, including children, were injured in confrontations with Israeli occupation army forces during their raids on cities and towns in the West Bank. While the occupation escalated the pace of arrests of West Bank residents who hold Gaza ID cards.

Five people, including two children, were injured by Israeli occupation army gunfire during raids into cities and towns in the occupied West Bank, including confrontations with Palestinians.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said in a statement that its ambulance crews dealt with a live bullet wound to a child (16 years old) in the leg from the village of Qaffin (northeast of Tulkarm), and transferred him to the hospital.

In a separate incident, it said that its crews dealt with “the injury of a 14-year-old child with live bullets in the foot” during confrontations in the town of Beit Furik, east of Nablus, and transported the injured person to the hospital.

The association noted that "the ambulance at the Beit Furik checkpoint and the injured young man were detained" before coordinating with the International Red Cross to release them.

In a previous statement, the Palestinian Red Crescent indicated that 3 Palestinians were injured by bullets from the occupation army during its storming of the Old City of Nablus.

Eyewitnesses reported that the Israeli occupation army carried out incursions into the city of Nablus, towns in Qalqilya Governorate (north), Aqabat Jabr camp near Jericho (east), towns in Hebron and Bethlehem governorates (south), and towns in Jenin governorates (north).

They added that occupation army forces stormed several neighborhoods in Nablus amid clashes with dozens of Palestinians, during which the occupation army used live bullets and tear gas bombs. They raided and searched Palestinian homes in the old city of Nablus.

In Qalqilya Governorate, Israeli occupation army forces stormed several towns, including Al-Funduq, Hajjah and Azzun, and arrested a number of citizens. They also stormed the Aqabat Jabr camp, near Jericho, amid the outbreak of an armed clash with Palestinians, and the forces arrested a number of citizens from the camp, before withdrawing, according to witnesses.

The Israeli occupation army also stormed the Al-Arroub refugee camp near Hebron, and towns in the Bethlehem and Jenin governorates, and raided Palestinian homes.

Al-Aqsa Mosque raids

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces continue to carry out daily night raids after the end of Tarawih prayers, to prevent worshipers in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque from secluding themselves except for Friday and Saturday nights.

On Sunday evening, members of the occupation forces stormed the Al-Qibli prayer hall to verify that all worshipers had left it, coinciding with their continuous positioning inside the sanctuary in the Mughrabi Gate, outside it and at the rest of the gates.

Thousands of Palestinians flocked to Al-Aqsa Mosque to perform the evening and Tarawih prayers, on the night of the middle of the month of Ramadan, while the occupation forces continued their intense deployment at the gates of Al-Aqsa Mosque and in the neighborhoods of the Old City.

Arrests of those born in Gaza

In a related context, the Israeli occupation escalated the pace of arrests among citizens holding Gaza ID, according to a joint statement by the Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners’ Affairs Authority and the Prisoners’ Club.

The statement said that the occupation forces escalated the pace of arrests of citizens holding Gaza IDs at military checkpoints, specifically women, the most recent of whom was a cancer patient who was arrested while heading for treatment in Jerusalem, and was later released.

The statement added, "The occupation, in light of the genocide it is carrying out in Gaza, the comprehensive aggression, and the horrific and unprecedented crimes in its intensity, has worked to target citizens born in Gaza, or whose identities still indicate their residence in Gaza, and they and their families have resided in the West Bank for years." ".

The escalating occupation operations in the cities of the West Bank, as of yesterday (Sunday), resulted in the death of 450 Palestinians and the injury of about 4,750 others, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

The number of arrests also rose to about 7,755, which is record numbers in about 5 months, compared to previous years.

The occupied West Bank is witnessing a wave of tension and field confrontations between Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, interspersed with raids and arrests of Palestinians, in conjunction with a devastating war on the Gaza Strip that left tens of thousands of martyrs and injured civilians, most of them children and women.

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