Nablus, ALRAY - Three Palestinians injured by Israeli live bullets, others sustained injuries with shrapnels on Wednesday morning during an Israeli raid to Nablus city northern West Bank, they surrounded the old city.
Local sources reported that Israeli occupation forces surrounded a house in Al-Yasmina neighborhood in the old city of Nablus.
The correspondent of Maarif Hebrew paper reported that Israeli forces failed to arrest one Palestinian wanted.
Video footage revealed by activists showed that a fire broke out in one of the houses in the town, which was besieged by the occupation.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society stated in a brief statement that its medical staff treated one injury with live bullets in the head and back areas, and was transferred to Rafidia Governmental Hospital, and three injuries with “shrapnel” were treated in the field.
A video footage documented that the occupation forces prevented medical personnel from reaching the Old City and performing their work during the raid.
In turn, Palestinian Ministry of Education announced a “delay” in schools near the Old City and areas of clashes.
The cities of the occupied West Bank witness almost daily incursions by the occupation forces and settlers, interspersed with provocations and attacks against the Palestinians.
These incursions lead to the outbreak of confrontations between the occupation soldiers and settlers and Palestinian youths, which usually end with the arrest and injury of a number of them, and the martyrdom of others in some cases.