Monday 05 December 2022

Zionist army says shots fired at troops in West Bank

Gunshots were fired Monday evening at Zionist troops stationed in the northern West Bank, the regime's military said.

According to the Israel Occupation Forces (IOF), soldiers stationed near the town of Beita returned fire.


Additional forces were conducting a sweep of the area and several roads were closed.


The incident followed a similar shooting near the West Bank settlement of Itamar earlier Monday.


On Sunday morning, Palestinian gunmen opened fire at several Israeli vehicles driving near the settlement of Elon Moreh, injuring a taxi driver and damaging the windshield of a bus.


The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnaped on Tuesday morning a number of Palestinian citizens during raids in different West Bank areas.


According to local sources, the IOF stormed different areas of Nablus and kidnaped four citizens from their homes.


The IOF also blocked roads leading to several towns and villages in Nablus and prevented local residents from leaving or entering their areas.


In al-Khalil, the IOF kidnaped two brothers from the family of Abu Nijma after assaulting them and members of their family in Abu Sneina neighborhood.


Two young men were also kidnaped by the IOF from Ein as-Sultan refugee camp in Jericho, while two others were taken prisoners during IOF raids in Deir Jarir village in Ramallah and ad-Deheisha refugee camp in Bethlehem.


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