Israeli occupation forces injured, on Friday and Saturday, a number of Palestinian civilians in various parts of the West Bank, according to local sources.
On Saturday at dawn Israeli forces invaded Nablus city, in the northern occupied West Bank, invaded homes, briefly detained two young men, and shot one young man.
Sources added that two armed Palestinian resistance groups, identified as “Balata Brigade” and “Lions’ Den” exchanged fire with the army during the incursion.
According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), occupation soldiers shot one young man in the leg with live ammunition, moderately injuring him.
The PRCS added that the wounded young man was transferred in stable condition to Rafidia Hospital in Nablus for medical intervention.
On Friday night, Israeli troops invaded the Aida refugee camp, north of Bethlehem, in the the southern West Bank, and shot a child.
Local sources reported that Palestinian civilians protested the incursion, to which the army responded with live rounds, tear gas canisters and concussion grenades.
Sources added that occupation forces shot an unidentified child, 14, with a live round in the thigh. He was transferred to hospital in stable condition.
Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers stormed the Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, sparking confrontations with local youths.
Soldiers fired tear gas canisters at civilians and their residences, causing dozens to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.
In Silwan town of occupied East Jerusalem, the army stormed the family home of Sultan Samreen, before detaining him, and taking him to an unknown location.
Furthermore, soldiers detained, on Friday evening, a 17-year-old Palestinian after illegal colonial settlers assaulted him between Ramallah in the center, and Jericho in the north.
Director of the Jericho chapter of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, settlers assaulted Ali Muhammad Malihat, 17, causing bruises and causing the teen to lose consciousness.
The army detained the wounded young man, initially refusing to allow medical crews to provide treatment. He was later brought to hospital for treatment.
Soldiers also detained, on Friday evening, Hussein Abu Sharar, on Friday evening, Hussein Abu Sharar, from Dura town, north of Hebron, in the southern West Bank, while he was near the illegal “Neghot” settlement, located southwest of Hebron.