Updated: injuries and arrests in clashes with the occupation in the West Bank and the occupied interior

Dozens of civilians were injured and others were arrested during night clashes with the occupation forces in separate parts of the occupied West Bank, as well as inside the Palestinian occupied interior.

The Red Crescent Society in the West Bank said that its crews dealt with 245 injuries during clashes in separate areas of the West Bank, and the injuries varied between live bullets, rubber bullets, gas, and beatings.

In the city of Ramallah, local sources reported that clashes erupted in three points with the occupation forces, during which four citizens were arrested.

Clashes erupted with the occupation forces at the western entrance to the town of Silwad, east of Ramallah, after dozens of youths headed and threw settler vehicles on the settlement road near the town, followed by the arrival of reinforcements and military patrols, and the outbreak of confrontations with the occupation forces.

During the confrontations, the occupation forces arrested two boys and one young man, while the confrontations are still ongoing in the place.

In addition, clashes erupted between dozens of youths and the occupation forces along the separation wall in the village of Budrus, west of Ramallah, where the youths threw stones at the occupation forces.

The soldiers fired live ammunition, sound and gas bombs at the youths, and also fired lighting bombs.

In the same context, clashes erupted between dozens of young men and the occupation forces at the northern entrance to the city of Al-Bireh, opposite the settlement of "Beit El" after a march arrived at the site.

The youths set fire to rubber tires and threw stones and Molotov cocktails at the occupation forces, while the occupation fired tear gas canisters and rubber-coated metal bullets.

During the confrontations, the occupation forces arrested a young man from Jalazoun camp, while the confrontations are still ongoing.

In the city of Hebron, 6 civilians were injured in clashes that broke out in Bab Al-Zawiya in the center of Hebron, following a mass rally called for by the national and Islamic forces in support of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and condemning the crimes of the occupation in Gaza.

The Ministry of Health stated that 6 civilians were wounded by live bullets in the lower extremities during the confrontations in Bab Al-Zawiya, and described her condition as stable.

Violent confrontations also broke out between the youths and the occupation forces in Al-Arroub camp, north of Hebron, and at the northern entrance to the town of Yatta, south of the governorate, during which the occupation soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas and sound bombs, resulting in dozens of suffocation cases.

As for the Palestinian occupied interior, mass demonstrations took place in Sakhnin, Haifa, Nazareth, Rahat, Al-Tira, Taybeh, Umm al-Fahm, Deir al-Assad, al-Ba'nah, Tamra, Arara al-Naqab, Baqa al-Gharbiyya, Majd al-Krum, Jaffa, Kafr Qara, Qalansuah, Arara, and al-Mashhad. And other towns, on Tuesday evening, in protest against the occupation's attacks = in the occupied city of Jerusalem, and in the besieged Gaza Strip. The demonstrations witnessed confrontations with the police, who arrested and injured demonstrators, including at least two serious injuries.

The demonstrations that took place in thousands took place for the second day in a row, denouncing the occupation's attacks in the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Bab Al-Amud, and the surrounding of the Old City in Jerusalem, and the continuous Israeli bombing of Gaza, which resulted, until midnight on Monday, killing 30 people, including 10 children, and wounding 203 Others.

The incitement of officials and the "Israeli" media against Arab citizens in the city of Lod is escalating, amid imposing a special state of emergency and preventing curfews in the city.

During the demonstrations, Palestinian flags were raised, and participants chanted slogans denouncing the continuation of the Israeli aggression, while participants carried banners with slogans condemning the occupation and its crimes.

In Umm al-Fahm , youths set fire to the central street of Wadi Ara, and clashes broke out with police officers near the police station in the city. It was learned that the police fired stun grenades and tear gas at demonstrators.

In Ararat the Negev, a massive demonstration took place, in which participants blocked the main road to the town, while others set tires on the scene.

In Acre, a police station was torched, which said in a statement that it was "investigating the circumstances of the deliberate setting of fire at the police station in the Old City," claiming that "during the demonstration that took place in the city, the fire was deliberately set, which led to the burning of the police post. Complete without injuries. "

In Haifa, a mass demonstration began at 8:30 p.m. today, on Ben Gurion Street, while the police assaulted the demonstrators, causing at least two fainting cases, in addition to a third injury in the face. Sources also reported that the police arrested a number of demonstrators.

The police had closed the roads and streets surrounding the German Avenue in the city, to restrict the arrival of protesters to the street, to participate in the demonstration.

A number of protesters were wounded in Acre, and police forces stormed the Old City in the city, while they began to reinforce their forces outside it.

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is carrying out security consultations with the Israeli Minister of Security, Benny Gantz, in the wake of the confrontations with the Israeli police and ultra-Orthodox Jews in Lod.

This comes in the wake of Gantz’s decision to enter the Israeli police "border guards" into the city of Lod and summon them from the occupied areas in the West Bank, alleging "to restore order in the city."

Security consultations are held with the participation of the Minister of Internal Security and the Inspector General of Police, who was the former commander of the "border guards" units; And the legal advisor to the government, the military advisor to the prime minister, and the general director of the prime minister's office.

It is noteworthy that the security consultations amid escalating incitement in the Israeli media against the protests that started in Arab cities and towns in general and Lod in particular, support the Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Jerusalem and worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Israeli political and military analysts demanded that a special state of emergency be declared in Lod, which yesterday witnessed the death of an Arab citizen by the bullets of Jewish extremists, and the injury of others.

The level of incitement in Lod reached al-Mutaliyah by declaring it a military zone and redeploying forces in the city, claiming to "control the Arab citizens."

 

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