The Israeli occupation forces arrested this evening two Palestinians in the northern Jordan Valley, while dozens of Palestinians were injured during the Israeli occupation forces' incursion into Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron city in the West Bank.
WAFA reported that the occupation forces arrested two young men while they were passing near one of its checkpoints in the Jordan Valley area, and the occupation forces arrested earlier today two Palestinians in the occupied city of Jerusalem, and in a related context, the occupation forces stormed Al-Arroub camp and assaulted the Palestinians by firing bullets and poison gas canisters, which led to dozens of cases of suffocation and arrested two young men.
The occupying forces also raided the village of Jalboun, north-east of Jenin, raided and searched Palestinian homes and beat them.
Earlier today, a Palestinian youth was injured by Israeli gunfire in the West Bank city of Qalqilya.
For his part, the President of the Palestinian National Council, Rawhi Fattouh, warned of the danger of the Israeli occupation forces isolating Palestinian villages and cities in the West Bank and the continued forced displacement of Palestinians through restrictions on them and fascist racist practices aimed at liquidating their presence and replacing them with settlers.
Fattouh said in a statement today reported by WAFA that the occupation siege of the town of Beita south of the city of Nablus in the West Bank for several days, storming homes and attacking Palestinians comes as part of its systematic policy based on killing and terrorizing children and women.
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