Two Palestinians were injured while others suffered suffocation during the confrontations that erupted with the Israeli occupation forces in Nablus last night.
Local sources reported that confrontations erupted after the Israeli occupation forces broke into Quneitra area, east of Nablus, during which the occupation soldiers fired bullets, stun grenades and tear gas canisters, injuring two Palestinians by rubber-coated metal bullets and causing suffocation cases among others.
The source added that the toxic gas bombs fired by the occupation caused a fire in the area, but it was brought under control.
Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces closed the northern entrances to the city of Hebron, and the iron gates to the towns of Sa'ir and Haul, north of the city, security sources said.
The occupation forces stormed the Wadi Akhnis area in Sa'ir, and deployed heavily in the area.