West Bank, ALRAY- Israeli occupation forces arrested a leader in Islamic Jihad movement and many others in raids to different cities of occupied West Bank, violent clashes erupted between Palestinian youths and Israeli soldiers.
Local sources reported that IOF arrested Saed Nakhla, leader in Islamic Jehad movement, in raid to Jalazon Camp northern Ramallah.
It explained that Israeli military forces deployed in the camp and stormed the house of Nakhla before arresting him, he was taken to disclosed location.
IOF stormed other Palestinian houses in the camp and interrogated the residents.
IOF also arrested the ex-detainee Ibraheem Srour and Abd al-Qader al-Khawaja from Ni'lin town after storming their houses.
Violent clashes erupted between Israeli forces and Palestinian youths in the town of Bir Zeit, north of Ramallah, dozens of Palestinian youths threw stones and Molotov cocktails at the Israeli patrols, which hit directly the patrol .
Local sources reported that one Palestinian youth shot by Israeli live bullet, and IOF arrested four Palestinians in clashes erupted in Jenin camp.
The sources noted that the youth shot with a live bullet in his foot, and many suffocation cases were reported as Israeli forces fired tear gas while raiding Jenin camp.
It identified the arrested Palestinians as Saddam Abu Armila, Muhammad al-Ghazzawi, Obadah al-Ghoul, Muhammad al-Zubaidi. IOF arrested Moaz Abu Aisha from Askar al-Balad area east of Nablus, and Safwan al-Sadr from Hawwash Street in the southern mountain.
Last night, Israeli occupation forces detained Amr Atallah Khazim ,13, and Muhammad Saada Khalil,14, from the town of Qaryut, south of Nablus, while they were on Al-Ain Road near the settlement of "Shilo", and released them later.
In the southern West Bank, the occupation forces arrested three citizens in the Bethlehem governorate.According to local sources, the occupation forces arrested Asaid Sayed Hassan al-Wardian from the Jabal Handaza area east of Bethlehem, Muhammad Ziyad al-Ateeq from Aida camp in the north of the governorate, and Husam Muhammad al-Sheikh from the village of Marah Rabah, south of the city, after raiding and searching their relatives' homes.