Several Palestinian citizens on Saturday morning suffered from their exposure to tear gas during clashes between local youths and the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in Qaffin town, north of Tulkarem.
During its presence in the town, the IOF raided the house of Sheikh Majdi Ajouli, a prisoner in Israeli jails, and wreaked havoc on its furniture at the pretext of conducting a search.
Sheikh Ajouli, 50, was one of the detainees who released as part of the 2011 prisoner swap deal between the Hamas Movement and the occupation state, but he was rejailed in 2014 and his life sentence was reinstated.
The Israeli occupation police on Thursday rearrested Palestinian prisoner Mohamed al-Abbasi, a resident of Silwan district in east Jerusalem, immediately after he was released from the Negev jail.
According to an informed source, police officers arrested Abbasi and took him to the Moskobiya detention center in western Jerusalem after he completed his 45-month prison term and left the Negev jail.
However, the Israeli magistrate court in Occupied Jerusalem on Friday ordered his release on condition of not entering the holy city for 10 days.
At least 19 Palestinian citizens were injured on Friday when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) violently dispersed the weekly march against the settlement in Kafr Qaddum village, east of the West Bank city of Qalqilya.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said in a statement that its crews attended to 19 Palestinian protesters injured by IOF rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas grenades.
All injured demonstrators were treated in the field, it added.
Palestinians in Kafr Qaddum stage a demonstration every Friday to protest the ongoing Israeli settlement expansion on their village and other West Bank areas.
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Saturday raided the house of Palestinian lawmaker Hatem Qafisha in al-Khalil city.
MP Qafisha reported that Israeli soldiers broke into and ransacked his house at dawn and stole 4,750 shekels.
Qafisha had spent over 18 years intermittently in Israeli jails.
Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas last December decided to cut off Qafisha’s salary and pension along with other 47 lawmakers after he issued an illegal edict dissolving the Palestinian Legislative Council.
A Palestinian child was injured when a tear gas canister fired by an Israeli soldier hit him as he was rallying with others in a border area east of the besieged Gaza Strip.
According to Palestinian media reports, the Israeli occupation forces showered a group of protesters with tear gas grenades during their presence in Talat Umm Husseina east of al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza.
The protesters torched tires in the area and threw stones at Israeli soldiers stationed behind the border fence.
Citizens in Gaza stage rallies on the border every Friday and sometimes during other days to protest the inhumane blockade imposed on the improvised coastal enclave.