Jerusalem24 – Tuesday morning, two young men were wounded by the Israeli forces near the junction of the village of Muthalith Al-Shuhada, during their withdrawal from the town of Qabatiya, ٍouth of Jenin.
Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation continued its search and combing campaigns in Qabatiya until half past five in the morning, and during its withdrawal its forces were confronted with violent confrontations.
The young men closed the main streets near the entrance to Qabatiya and Bir al-Basha, and attacked the Israeli patrols and chased them from Jenin and Qabatiya to the Arraba plain with stones, Molotov cocktails and locally manufactured devices. The soldiers responded with fire, wounding the two young men, who were taken to the “Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital,” where they received treatment, and their condition was described as moderate to stable.
The town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin, witnessed armed clashes between Palestinian fighters and the Israeli forces, which stormed the town at two in the morning on Tuesday.
The correspondent for the Palestinian daily newspaper, Al-Quds, reported that 20 military patrol vehicles stormed the town from the southern entrance and surrounded the mountainous areas in the region, and infantry forces were seen combing the area.
Eyewitnesses reported that the soldiers stormed several houses in Jabal al-Zakarna and carried out excavations and searches in them.