Four Palestinians arrested in Tulkarm & young man wounded in Bethlehem

The Zionist enemy forces launched raids campaign in Friday morning, during which they arrested four Palestinians, and blew up a carpentry shop, east of Tulkarm.

The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, quoted local sources as saying that the enemy forces arrested citizens from Izbat al-Tayyah area, and others from Balaa town, east of the governorate.

The same sources added that the occupation forces blew up a carpentry belonging to the detainee Abdel-Latif Hamdan, adjacent to his house, which led to its complete burning and destruction, and the civil defense crews extinguished the fire.

The occupation forces also raided a number of citizens’ houses in the southern neighborhood of Tulkarm, searched them and destroyed their contents.

In the context, a young man was shot and a number of citizens suffocated, last night, during clashes with enemy forces in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.

The director of Husan Village Council, Rami Hamamreh, stated that clashes broke out in Al-Matina area at the eastern entrance to the village, during which the occupation forces fired bullets, tear gas and sound bombs, which led to the injury of a 27-year-old man with a bullet in the neck while he was with his family members. In the yard of the house, he was taken to the hospital, and a number of civilians suffocated due to inhalation of toxic gas. They were treated in the field.

Source: Yemen News Agency