Occupied Jerusalem, November 28 (QNA) - At least four Palestinians were injured and 20 others were arrested, including a woman and freed prisoners, in raiding campaigns launched by the Israeli occupation in several cities in the West Bank.
According to Palestinian news agency (WAFA), an occupation army force stormed the Dheisheh camp, south of Bethlehem, amidst firing live ammunition, tear gas and stun grenades, injuring four Palestinians by live bullets.
Meanwhile, the Israeli forces arrested six Palestinians, including a woman, in Bethlehem, and 11 others, including freed prisoners, in the town of Furik, east of Nablus. Three more Palestinians were arrested in Jerusalem, after raiding and searching their homes.
Security sources told WAFA that the Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Al-Eizariya in Jerusalem and the villages of Faqqu'a and Jalboun, and launched a massive combing campaign, driving their vehicles through the neighborhoods in a provocative manner. No arrests were reported.
The Israeli occupation forces have escalated their raids and incursions into Palestinian villages and towns in the West Bank and the occupied Jerusalem during the past few weeks. They have also increased the pace of arrests of Palestinian activists and youths. (QNA)