A young man was killed in Nablus and resistance fighters clashed against the occupation in Jenin

Today, Tuesday, an 18-year-old Palestinian youth was martyred by occupation bullets at the Beit Furik checkpoint at the entrance to Nablus in the occupied West Bank, allegedly attempting to carry out an operation while fighting resistance fighters and There were clashes between. Israeli forces also demolished the home of a Palestinian family north of Jericho, northwest of Jenin, bringing the number of detainees to 6,870.

Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that occupation forces prevented ambulance workers from reaching the young man after he was shot.

Israeli media said a military force fired on an armed Palestinian who approached a checkpoint near Nablus and opened fire, causing no casualties among Israeli soldiers.

With the martyrdom of the soldier, the total number of martyrs in the West Bank since October 7 has reached 383.

Yesterday, on Monday, occupation forces also shot a Palestinian boy (14 years old) accused of attempted stabbing at a military checkpoint near the entrance to the town of al-Ijariya, east of occupied Jerusalem.

skirmishes and raids

Local platforms also published footage in which clashes were heard between Palestinian resistance fighters and Israeli occupation forces in the city of Yamun, northwest of Jenin.

At dawn today, occupation forces stormed several villages around Jenin as they continued their military operations against towns and villages in the West Bank.

Local sources indicated that clashes broke out between resistance fighters and occupation forces on the road between the towns of al-Yamoun and Silat al-Harithiya, northwest of Jenin.

Israeli occupation forces attacked the town of Kafr Qaddum, east of the city of Qalqilya in the West Bank.

demolish a house

North of the city of Jericho, occupation forces demolished the home of a family in the village of al-Nuwayma al-Tahta who had lived in it for 10 years and forced its residents to evacuate.

Occupation authorities said that the justification for demolishing the house was its construction in Area C and the lack of an Israeli permit.

The occupation forces also distributed notices to demolish 6 other houses in the village on the pretext of unlicensed construction.

It is noteworthy that Israeli authorities prevent construction or land reclamation in Area C, which covers about 60% of the West Bank and is under Israeli control according to the Oslo Accords, without a license from them, which is almost impossible to obtain.

Increase in the number of prisoners

The number of Palestinian detainees in the West Bank has risen to 6,870 since October 7, including 215 women and more than 400 children, the Palestinian Prisoners Club reports.

A joint statement from the Palestinian Prisoners Club, al-Damir for Human Rights and the Institutes of Prisoners' Affairs Authority said the occupation arrested 1,236 Palestinians from the West Bank and Jerusalem during last January, including 30 women and 73 children .

The statement noted that the highest percentage of arrests was in Jerusalem, where there were 309 arrests, followed by Hebron Governorate with 220 arrests, while the remaining arrests were distributed across all governorates of the West Bank.

Israeli authorities released some of those arrested last January after detention for several days, sometimes hours.

The occupation carried out its aggression against the besieged Gaza Strip, as well as a campaign of raids and arrests in the West Bank, resulting in the deaths of 27,585 Palestinians and the wounding of 66,978 others.

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