Ramallah (QNN)- The Israeli occupation army on Sunday raided a school in the village of Deir Nidham in western Ramallah.
Sources told QNN that the students of the school were having a normal school day and there was no reason for the army to break into the school.
It also added that the soldiers suddenly broke into the school’s courtyards and the main building. The principal and teachers tried to prevent them from reaching the students and classes, however, they failed.
The army claimed that someone at the school threw stones at them.
The sources told QNN reporter that “the army raided one of the school buildings and searched eight classes in addition to the teachers’ room and the WC”.
“They were looking for a specific person”, the sources said.
Deir Nidham secondary co-ed school includes 232 students, who study in all grades from kindergarten to secondary level.