Occupied WB, ALRAY - Dozens of Palestinian citizens suffered suffocation in clashes erupted with Israeli Occupation Forces in Aida refugee camp to the north of Bethlehem in the West Bank.
Daily clashes erupt in the camp between Palestinian citizens and Israeli forces.
Witnesses from the camp said the IOF heavily fired tear gas and sonic bombs at citizens' houses and Palestinian youths who responded by throwing stones and empty bottles.
Clashes were erupted around Abu Bakr al- Sediq mosque in the camp and in A'al Qatamish neighborhood. Several gas grenades were fired at the neighboring houses, witnesses added. Several suffocation cases among Palestinians were reported.
In a relevant vein, the IOF captured Tuesday evening a water tank and kept it in its military camps nearby al-Maleh village in the northern Jordan Valley.
Local sources said that the captured tank provides dozens of Palestinian families with drinking water in al-Maleh village, showing that capturing it deprives the families from water.
“ It is not the first time the IOF captures water tanks from the area and deprives Palestinians of drinking water.” The sources added.