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West Bank: Two Palestinians wounded by Israeli fire, two soldiers wounded in ramming attack

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- Two Palestinian young men have been wounded by Israeli soldiers in Bethlehem and Jenin this morning and dozens were suffocated by tear gas, while two Israeli soldiers have been wounded in Nablus in a ramming attack.

Local sources said confrontations erupted in the village of Muthallath al Shuhada in southern Jenin between locals and Israeli forces that raided the village.

It added that Majd Mazen As’us has been wounded in his legs, while dozens of locals have been suffocated after being tear gassed.

Israeli forces also arrested Ihab As’us after breaking into his house in the village.

In the same context, in Aida refugee camp in Bethlehem, Israeli forces opened fire at Ahmad Abed Abu Eker (32 years old), wounding him in his legs.

Israeli soldiers, stationed in a military tower near the camp’s mosque opened fire at the young man, according to WAFA.

Meanwhile, an Israeli cop and another soldier have been wounded in a ramming attack near Za’tara junction in Nablus, reported Israeli media.

They added that Israeli forces opened fire at a young man, who was riding the vehicle, causing him medium to critical wounds.

After the incident, the Israeli army closed the area for native Palestinians.

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