Publish dateSaturday 10 June 2023 - 14:27
Story Code : 271497
Continued attacks by the Zionist regime on occupied areas; In the last few days, dozens of Palestinians have been injured in the West Bank
The media have reported that in the last few days, the Zionist forces attacked the oppressed Palestinian people and injured and arrested a large number of them in different areas of the West Bank.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): Zionist soldiers attacked the Beit Dejan neighborhood in Nablus, as a result of which there were clashes between them and the youth of this area, the occupiers used tear gas against the Palestinians, as a result, 13 people were killed.
Also, the occupying Israeli soldiers brutally beat a Palestinian youth at the Hawara checkpoint in the south of Nablus.
The Zionist forces also attacked Kafr-Ghodum in the east of Qalqilya and suppressed the participants in the weekly peaceful march protesting the continuation of settlement construction.
In this attack, three Palestinians were wounded by the bullets of Zionist soldiers and dozens of people were suffocated due to tear gas inhalation.
The Zionist forces also attacked the town of Beit Amr in Hebron, as a result of which two Palestinian citizens were wounded by the bullets of the Zionist forces.
Iran Press has reported that the Palestine Information Center also reported a fierce conflict between Palestinian youths and Israeli occupying forces in the settlement of "Deir Debwan" in the east of Ramallah and the entrance of the settlement of "Taqwa" in the southeast of Bethlehem.
At the same time, Palestinian youths rose up against the Zionists in the town of "Issawiya" in the occupied Jerusalem.
At the same time, clashes have been reported in the "Asideh" area in Beit Amr in the north of Hebron and in the "Qaryot" area in the south of Nablus.
The new cabinet of the Zionist regime, headed by Benjamin Netanyahu, has been in office since early January 2023. This cabinet has so far adopted the highest behavioral and political violence against different Palestinian groups.
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