Around 1,000 Israeli settlers on Monday overnight stormed Joseph’s Tomb historic site in Nablus, northern West Bank.
The visit was coordinated with the Israeli army, who provided heavy protection for the settlers to enter and leave the area.
The settlers provocatively carried out Talmudic rituals in the area, which caused clashes with the Palestinian locals.
At least two Palestinians were injured by rubber-coated metal bullets during the clashes. According to WAFA, the two, 26 and 24 years old, were shot and injured by rubber bullets in the chest and back and were taken to hospital in Nablus for medical treatment.
Meanwhile, IOF arrested 10 Palestinians from the West Bank, claiming they were involved in Anti-Israeli attacks.