Tens injured and 13 kidnapped by IOF across West Bank

PNN/ Nablus/

Two Palestinians were wounded by live ammunition and tens of others suffered teargas inhalation on Tuesday overnight when Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) broke into Nablus, to protect settlers that broke into Joseph’s tomb, under the pretext of “religious rituals.”

According to Israeli media, 13 buses loaded with settlers have entered Nablus under army protection.

Local sources from the city told PNN that large forces of the Israeli army have spread on the main areas in the city to grant a “safe entrance” for the settlers, in addition, troops took over rooftops of houses to watch over the settlers.

Clashes erupted following the invasion, where tens of youths suffered teargas inhalation and two were injured by live ammunition from Balata refugee camp.

IOF then set flying checkpoints and combed the Nablus district villages, kidnapping three youths from Nablus.

IOF then continued their home stormings in cities across the occupied West Bank, kidnapping ten more from Jenin and Ramallah.