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Palestine: Clashes reported in different parts of Jenin

24th Jun 2014
Palestine: Clashes reported in different parts of Jenin


[File image: Image Nablus TV]
By Saed Bannoura
IMEMC & Agencies: Monday at dawn, dozens of Israeli military vehicles invaded Palestinian communities, in the northern West Bank district of Jenin, and clashed with dozens of local youth.

Local sources said soldiers broke into and searched dozens of homes, and assaulted several Palestinians while interrogating them.
The sources added that dozens of vehicles invaded the Jenin refugee camp, through the Haifa Street area, and through Wad Borqin, leading to clashes in several neighborhoods.

Dozens of vehicles were also deployed in the al-Jabriyyat area, and the soldiers fired dozens of rounds of live ammunition, concussion grenades and gas bombs.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers also invaded the home of Hamas leader Sheikh Jamal Abu al-Haija, and searched it before using it as a military post for several hours.

Soldiers also invaded the Eastern Neighborhood, in Jenin city, and clashed with dozens of youth who hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at them; the army fired dozens of rounds of live ammunition and searched several homes.

In addition, soldiers invaded Ya’bad town, south of Jenin, leading to clashes with local youth, while dozens of residents received treatment for the effects of tear gas inhalation.

Earlier on Monday, Israeli soldiers kidnapped 37 Palestinians Palestinian in different parts of the West Bank, as its military offensive continues for the eleventh consecutive day.

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