In the north west coast of Nablus, dozens of Israeli troops accompanied dozens of colonial settlers and visited many of the neighborhoods in the city to remove the Palestinians from the streets before facing dozens of young people who threw stones at them while soldiers shot live bullets, gas bombs, shock bombs, and rubber balls that injured at least twenty Palestinians.
Media sources in Nablus said a number of military jeeps attacked Amman Street and areas alongside the tomb of Joseph's East, east of the city, and attacked dozens of protesters who injured at least twenty people.
The invasion was carried out by about 1,000 settlers, in many buses and dozens of soldiers in armored military vehicles.
They added that the soldiers were firing gas and shock bombs at demonstrators in addition to many homes and shops, which caused a fire in the store for the sale of spare parts for vehicles.
Ahmad Jibreel, the leader of the Palestine Society of the Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, said that the young man experienced a fracture in his hand, while another young man was shot with live legs before the two went to Rafidia Hospital.
He added that some Palestinians were shot with rubber-coated steel spheres, and fourteen others suffered the effects of inhalation of the teargas and received the necessary treatment among doctors of the PRCS.
In related news, soldiers stopped a rescue vehicle that transported an elderly woman to a hospital in the eastern part of Nablus and forced the ambulance to turn and find alternative, longer roads.
In addition, troops attacked the Dahia area in the city of Nablus and the town of Kafr Qalil, east of the city, before attacking the home of Yasser Afeef Amer and seeking property, in addition to having seized their roof in order to use it as a control post.
The army also kidnapped a young man who, after his attack and achievement from his home in the city, was described as Ahmad Anan Mansour, 19 years old.
Yuri, Muslims, Christians and Samaritans honor the patriarch of Joseph, but Israel allows the Jews in the sanctuary to believe that the grave is his ultimate rest.
Palestinians usually claim that the tomb is a funeral monument to Sheikh Yousef Dweikat, a local religious and social figure.
In related news, soldiers kidnapped two former political prisoners near Jenin, in the north of the West Bank, in addition to five Palestinians, including a legislator, in several parts of the West Bank.