Dozens of Israeli soldiers visited a historic area, accompanied by buses of many colonial settlers from Nablus to the west bank of West Bank, and occupied many neighborhoods in the city before the Palestinians took off the street and began to clash with dozens of young people. The soldiers wounded at least twenty Palestinians threw live bullets, gas bombs, shake bombs and rubber-coated steel bullets.
The media sources in Nablus said that many military jeeps occupied Amman Street and the areas surrounding the Grave of Yusuf, east of the city, and attacked dozens of protesters who had created at least twenty injuries.
The invasion was carried out by dozens of soldiers in about 1,000 settlers, many buses and armored army vehicles.
In addition to a number of houses and shops, the soldiers added gas and contraction grenades to the protesters and added that they had caused a fire in a shop to sell spare parts for vehicles.
Ahmed Jibreel, head of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, said a young man suffered a fracture on his arm, and another young man had been shot dead with a bullet in his leg before he was transferred to Rafidia Hospital.
He added that several Palestinians had been hit by rubber-coated steel bullets and fourteen people had experienced the effects of inhalation of tear gas, and that PRCS doctors had received the necessary treatment.
In related news, the soldiers stopped an ambulance that took an elderly woman to the east of Nablus to the hospital and forced the ambulance to go back and look for alternative, longer paths.
Moreover, before occupying the home of Yaslus Afeef Amer, the military occupied the Dahia district in Nablus and the town of Kafr Qalil in the eastern part of the city and explored property.
The army also abducted a young man, 19-year-old Ahmed Anan Mansur, who was identified after he had invaded his home town.
His Beatitude the Patriarch was welcomed by Jews, Muslims, Christians and Samaritans, but Israel allowed Jews to enter the tomb.
Palestinians generally think that the tomb is a grave monument of Sheikh Yusuf Dweikat, a local religious and social figure.
According to a related report, some of the political prisoners in the north of the West Bank have been occupied by the West Bank. In addition to the five Palestinians, including a legislator in various parts of the West, they abducted the West Bank.