The zionist occupation forces (ZOF) kidnaped at dawn Thursday a number of Palestinian citizens during campaigns in Jerusalem and the West Bank, while many others were reportedly injured during clashes in al-Khalil.
According to local sources, at least 12 citizens were injured at dawn after the ZOF stormed Dura town in southern al-Khalil and fired bullets and tear gas canisters at young men and nearby homes.
The Red Crescent said that five citizens suffered from live bullet injuries, four from tear gas and two others from rubber bullets.
The health ministry, for its part, said that three citizens were injured in their lower extremities and were rushed to Dura Hospital, describing their conditions as stable.
Meanwhile, Palestinian sources in western Jerusalem said that Israeli police forces stormed Biddu town and kidnaped two young men from their homes, amid violent clashes with local youths.
Israeli police forces also kidnaped five young men from different areas of east Jerusalem.
In the West Bank, the ZOF kidnaped a citizen from Beit Ummar town in northern al-Khalil.
Three others were taken prisoners during ZOF raids in Khirbet Sir village, east of Qalqilya. (ILKHA)
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