Morad Shtewi, a local anti-occupation activist based in the Kafr Qaddum, told WAFA that Israeli soldiers attacked anti-occupation protesters with rubber-coated rounds and tear gas canisters, injuring nine of them by rubber-coated rounds and causing many cases of suffocation from gas inhalation.
Morad Shtewi, a local anti-occupation activist, told WAFA that Israeli soldiers attacked the protesters with rubber-coated rounds and tear gas canisters, injuring four of them by rubber-coated rounds and causing many cases of suffocation from gas inhalation.
Soldiers stationed at the north entrance to the city of Al-Bireh in the district arrested four Palestinian young men while they were present in the area. All of the four hail from the nearby village of Dura el-Kari'a.
In Jenin province, north of the occupied West Bank, Israeli army stormed the town of Al-Yamun and arrested three brothers after raiding and searching their homes. The three were identified as Ameer, Adel and Ali Jaabari.
The occupation troops raided Kafr Ni’ma town, Wadi al-Ayn neighborhood in Naalin village, west of Ramallah, the towns of Jalamah, north of Jenin and Beit Furik, east of Nablus, and they broke into the Palestinians’ houses and arrested four of them.
The strike, which was staged by Golan citizens on the 14th of February 1982 and lasted for six months, came to declare rejection of the Israeli occupation authorities’ decision issued on December 14, 1981 to annex the occupied Syrian Golan and impose Israeli laws on its people.
Wafa News Agency reported that the occupation forces stormed Hizma town, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, and Aboud town, northwest of Ramallah, and raided and searched the Palestinians’ houses, and arrested six of them.