West Bank, ALRAY - An officer of Palestinian Security Service was lightly injured Tuesday at dawn as Israeli occupation forces imposed a cordon on the headquarter of the service in the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Eyewitness reported that a large force of Israeli patrols surrounded the headquarter of Palestinian Security services in Attour mount, opened fires towards it and banned ambulances from reaching the site.
Nablus Governor Ibrahim Ramadan, who later arrived at the scene and was able to enter, said that the bullets targeted the windows on the first, second and third floors, resulting in an officer lightly injured in the foot.
He added that Israeli army claimed that his forces had been fired from inside the headquarters and that his forces had responded to the source of the fire.
At the same time, the Israeli occupation forces r aided several areas in Nablus, and arrested Sameh Jabri from al-'Ain refugee camp in the west of the city and Omar Fathi al-Aghbar from Dahiya neighborhood.