On Monday, the Israeli occupation authorities notified that they would demolish residential and agricultural facilities in the city of Jericho, and a number of Palestinian citizens suffocated during the occupation’s storming of the village of Jalboun in the West Bank.
Today, Monday, the Israeli occupation forces demolished a car wash at the western junction of the village of Haris, west of Salfit. It was demolished and its floor was completely bulldozed, under the pretext of being located in Area C.
Raed Muqadi, a researcher at the Land Research Center, reported that the occupation forces also distributed 4 demolition notices for three agricultural barracks, in addition to a residential tent east of Jericho.
The occupation forces also intensified their military presence in the vicinity of the villages of Fasayel and Al-Auja in the Jordan Valley, especially at the entrance to Fasayel, and launched a combing and search campaign in the presence of the occupation police, without any arrests being reported.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the village of Jalboun, northeast of Jenin, and fired gas bombs at citizens and homes, causing many of them to suffer from suffocation.
The head of the village council, Ibrahim Abu Al-Rub, reported that the occupation forces set up military points on the roofs of houses, raided commercial stores, seized recordings from “surveillance cameras,” and besieged a neighborhood in the town, preventing citizens from leaving or entering it.
The occupation forces arrested a young Palestinian man after he was shot, near the town of Azzun, east of Qalqilya, for allegedly throwing stones at a settler bus.