Dozens of Palestinian students suffered from suffocation on Tuesday after Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
Local sources in the town reported that the occupation forces stormed the town, positioned themselves around the school complex, and fired stun grenades and toxic tear gas at it, causing dozens of students to suffer from suffocation, WAFA news Agency said.
The sources explained that students were forced to leave the classroom due to the heavy gas that was fired towards the schools, causing major cases of suffocation.
Meanwhile, the occupation forces arrested three Palestinian young men, from Qalqilya, and another young man from Jerusalem, after raiding and searching their families homes.
Israeli forces also arrested four Palestinians from Al-Arroub camp in northern Hebron, after raiding and searching their homes.
Israeli forces have recently escalated their raids and incursions into Palestinian villages and towns in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem. They have also increased their arrests of Palestinian activists and youths. (QNA)