Two Palestinians wounded in IOF shooting
Two Palestinian young men were wounded before dawn Saturday when an Israeli occupation army unit burst into the Fare”a refugee camp north of Nablus and fired at a group of youths.
Eyewitnesses said that the Israeli occupation forces entered the camp in seven military jeeps and aimed at the young men moderately wounding two of them.
Other IOF units in a similar pre dawn raid on Saturday stormed Husan village, west of Bethlehem, in 15 army vehicles.
Locals reported that the IOF troops restricted movement of citizens and occupied the home of Bissam Za”ul to monitor citizens” movement through it.
IOF soldiers also broke into Kufr Kalil village south of Nablus city and searched a number of houses, fields and commercial shops.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian center for human rights monitored 15 IOF incursions in the West Bank over the past week.
It said that the incursions have turned into daily practice and were coupled with random firing and arrests other than the violent storming of scores of houses.