Today, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 3 Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian sources said that the occupation forces arrested a young man at a sudden military checkpoint near the town of Al-Zababdeh, south of Jenin, and a second young man while he was passing through a military checkpoint in the Ya`bad area, southwest of Jenin. The occupation forces also arrested another young man from the Lions Gate, in occupied Jerusalem.
The Commission for the Affairs of Palestinian Detainees and Ex-Detainees stated that the arrest came under the pretext of violating the decision to deport him from the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. At the same time, a young man from the town of Qabatiya was injured, after he was deliberately run over by a military vehicle of the Israeli occupation forces, south of Jenin.
Palestinian security sources said that the occupation forces ran over a young man while he was on the street near the towns of Zababdeh and Qabatiya, which resulted in bruises and bruises to his chest and shoulder. He was taken to hospital, where his condition was described as moderate. In a related context, settlers pursued the shepherds in the Sakot area in the northern Jordan Valley. Palestinian sources said that a group of armed settlers pursued the shepherds in the Sakot area and threatened them with death if they continued to graze in the area. It is noteworthy that the settlers pursue the shepherds on an almost daily basis in many areas of the northern Jordan Valley and expel them from the pastures, and in return, many pastoral outposts are spread in the region, according to which the settlers confiscate thousands of dunums of those lands.
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