YEMEN Press Agency

2 Palestinians injured, 8 arrested in Nablus, West Bank

SANAA, Nov. 7 (YPA) – At least two Palestinians were injured by Israeli occupation forces during clashes on Wednesday in the city of Nablus.

The occupation forces launched a campaign of raids and arrests in several areas in the West Bank, arresting eight citizens.

The occupation army claimed that the youths threw Molotov cocktails during the confrontations at Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus.

Over 1,000 settlers entered the city to perform Talmud prayers under heavy protection of the occupation forces.

The Israeli army claimed to have found two grenades at the entrance to Joseph’s tomb and was discovered by an army explosives engineering team.

In a statement of the Israeli army, it said that it had seized thousands of shekels during the raid in Ramallah.

The occupation forces also arrested Ahmed Mujahid Radwan, 24, from the town of Azzun, east of Qalqilya, and Ahmed Tariq Abu Bakr and Ahmed Bilal Abu Bakr, after raiding their homes, and searching them.