Dozens of Israeli soldiers accompanied many colonial settlers of buses to the northern embankment of Nablus, visited a historic site, and attacked many neighborhoods in the city to remove the Palestinians from the streets before colliding with dozens of young people who cast stones at them while soldiers burned live charges, gas bombs, shocks and steel balls with a rubber coating and injured at least twenty Palestinians.
Media sources in Nablus said many army jeeps attacked Amman Street and the area around the grave of Joseph, east of the city, and attacked dozens of protesters who injured at least twenty.
The invasion was carried out by approximately 1,000 settlers, a number of buses and dozens of soldiers in armored vehicles.
They added that soldiers fired a protester barn of gas and shocking grenades, besides many households and shops, causing a fire in the store for the sale of spare parts for vehicles.
NAMC leader Nablus Ahmad Jibreel said the young man had suffered a fracture in his arm while another young man was shot dead by live bulls before two were in a hurry to Rafidia hospital.
He added that several Palestinians were shot dead with rubber steel balls, and fourteen others suffered from tear gas inhalation and received the necessary treatment by a PRCS physician.
In the related reports, the soldiers stopped a rescue service that carried an older woman to a hospital in the eastern part of Nablus, forcing the ambulance to turn to find alternative, longer journeys.
In addition, troops invaded Dahia in the town of Nablus and the city of Kafr Qalil, east of the city, before attacking the house of Jasser Afee Amera, and searched for property, in addition to attacking the roof as a monitoring site.
The army also kidnapped a young man, identified as 19-year-old Ahmad Anan Mansour, from his house in the city after his assault and attainment.
Patriarch Joseph is worshiped by Jews, Muslims, Christians, and Samaritans, but Israel allows the Jews to a sanctuary because he believes the tomb is his last resting place.
Palestinians generally claim that the tomb is a burial site of Sheikh Yousef Dweikata, a local religious and social representative.
In the related reports, soldiers have kidnapped two former political prisoners near Jenin, in the North West Bank, except five Palestinians, including the legislator, in several parts of the West Bank.