Evening clashes with zionist invading troops in Bethlehem and Jenin
Several Palestinian young men on Saturday evening suffered bullet injuries during clashes with rabid dog Israeli soldiers in Bethlehem and Jenin.
Medical sources reported that two young men suffered injuries from rubber bullets fired by soldiers during the confrontations that started at the northern entrance to Bethlehem city.
Eyewitnesses told the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that the events started in the vicinity of Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque, where the young men clashed with the invading troops, who showered them with tear gas and opened fire at them.
The violent clashes broke out after a large number of Israeli soldiers stormed an area near the Mosque to provide protection for Jewish settlers during their visit to a tomb there they claim to be sacred.
In Jenin, others also suffered injuries from rubber bullets and tear gas during similar events in Zububa town west of the city.
A medical source in the city said that all the wounded were provided with on-site medical assistance, including members of a family, who suffocated after a tear gas canister landed inside their house.
The PIC was told that a young man called Ibrahim Jaradat was taken prisoner by the invading troops during their campaign in Jenin.
In a separate incident, Jewish settlers from Mevo Dotan settlement in Yabud town, southwest of Jenin, sabotaged on the same day a greenhouse belonging to a Palestinian citizen and caused damage to its agricultural contents, according to local sources.