Dozens of Israeli soldiers accompanied many Colonial settlers buses in the northern city of Nablus to visit a historic site and invade many neighborhoods to remove Palestinians from the streets before colliding with dozens of young men who threw stones at them, while soldiers fired live rounds, gas bombs, concussion grenades, and rubber-coated steel bullets, injuring at least twenty Palestinians.
Nablus media sources said many armed jeeps invaded Amman Street and the areas around the Tomb of Joseph, east of the city, and attacked dozens of protesters wounded for at least twenty years.
The invasion was carried out by about 1,000 colonists, many buses and dozens of soldiers in armored vehicles.
They added that the soldiers fired a drop of gas and concussion grenades to protesters, in addition to a number of houses and shops, causing fires at a shop for the sale of vehicle spare parts.
The head of the Nablus Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Nablus, Ahmad Jibreel, said a young man suffered a fracture in his arm, while another young man was shot upright before the two hurried to the hospital Rafid.
He added that more Palestinians were shot with rubber-coated steel bullets and that fourteen suffered the effects of tear inhalation and received the necessary treatment by PRCS doctors.
In the related news, the soldiers stopped an ambulance carrying an elderly woman in a hospital in the eastern part of Nablus, and forced the ambulance to come back and look for longer, longer ways.
In addition, the soldiers invaded the Dahia area in the town of Nablus and the city of Kafr Qalil, east of the city, before invading Yasser Afeef Amer's house and sought the property, in addition to occupying the roof to use as a monitoring post.
The army also kidnapped a young man, identified as 19-year-old Ahmad Anan Mansour, from his home town, after he invaded and arrived at him.
Patriarch Joseph is revered by Jews, Muslims, Christians and Samaritans, but Israel allows the Jews only in the altar because they believe the tomb is its final resting place.
Palestinians generally believe that the grave is the funerary monument of Sheikh Yousef Dweikat, a local religious and social figure.
In the related news, soldiers have kidnapped two former political prisoners near Jenin, in the north of the West Bank, in addition to five Palestinians, including a lawmaker, in several parts of the West Bank.