Occupation forces expanded their raids into Hassan and attacked Jenin from multiple directions.

Israeli occupation forces attacked the city of Jenin in the northern West Bank from multiple directions starting Thursday night, and continued their raids into Husn, west of Bethlehem, the night before, in the biggest attack on the city in years.

Occupation troops surrounded the al-Mara neighborhood and Wadi Izz al-Din al-Qassam in the eastern area of ​​Jenin and raided several houses.

Gunshots were heard and sirens sounded in the city and Jenin camp during the incursion of the occupation forces.

A Palestinian was injured when his vehicle was hit by an Israeli military patrol during an attack by occupation forces on the town of Arraba, southwest of Jenin.

Sources told Al Jazeera that military vehicles stormed the city and were deployed in several areas.

Meanwhile, occupation forces continued to attack the city of Husn, where they raided and searched a large number of homes, caused massive destruction and arrested dozens of Palestinians, including children.

The entrances to the city were also closed with cement barriers and dirt barricades, and the city was declared a closed military zone until the raids continued.

On the other hand, clashes broke out with occupation forces during the attack on the Ain al-Sultan camp, north of the city of Jericho in the Jordan Valley.

Local sources told Al Jazeera that occupation forces raided the homes of detainees' families, searched them, and destroyed their contents before being evacuated, while Palestinians set fire to rubber tires in the streets.

The raids and arrests continue in West Bank towns and camps as part of a wider Israeli escalation since the resistance launched the Al-Aqsa flood battle on October 7 last year.

According to the latest figures published yesterday, Thursday, by the Palestinian Prisoners Club, the total number of arrests in the West Bank since that date has reached more than 6,460 detainees.

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