Today, Tuesday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 21 Palestinians in the West Bank and in the village of Sandala inside the Green Line, and 4 civilians were injured during clashes and clashes with the occupation forces after they stormed the town of Qabatiya in Jenin.
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested on Tuesday 7 Palestinians during a raid in different areas of the West Bank.
According to eyewitnesses in the area of popular housing in Nablus, clashes took place between Palestinian militants and the occupation forces, who arrested a number of civilians, including the young man Muhammad Tabanja, who they claim is one of the wanted by its security services.
In Jenin, Palestinian medical sources said that 4 civilians were injured in clashes and clashes with the Israeli occupation forces after they stormed the town of Qabatiya.
In the town of Ni'lin, northwest of Ramallah (centre), the Israeli army blew up the family home of Moataz al-Khawaja, who was shot dead by Israeli police in March.
Eyewitnesses said that an Israeli force raided the town at midnight on Tuesday and surrounded Salah al-Khawaja's house for several hours, then blew up its internal and external walls at dawn.
Al-Khawaja was martyred on the ninth of last March by Israeli police bullets, after carrying out a shooting attack in Tel Aviv that killed an Israeli and injured others, and the occupation authorities are still holding his body.
The Palestinian territories are witnessing heightened tension as the Israeli army continues to raid West Bank cities and towns.
In a related context, the Israeli police arrested 14 citizens from the town of Sandala in the Marj Ben Amer area in the occupied Palestinian interior, during a raid against the background of their participation in a protest condemning the execution of a young man from the village by a settler.
Press coverage: The effects of tampering with the contents of Palestinian homes during a campaign of arrests carried out by the occupation in the village of Sandala in the occupied interior. pic.twitter.com/2lnwf149O5
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Al-Jazeera correspondent said that the occupation police, the so-called special units and members of the Shin Bet security service stormed the town of Sandala, erected checkpoints at the entrances to the village, raided and searched a number of houses and destroyed the contents of a number of them.
The villagers staged a protest in front of the Israeli court in the city of Nazareth against what they considered attempts to reduce the sentence of the settler, who killed their son Diyar al-Omari, 19, about two weeks ago by firing squad after a dispute between them.
In recent days, settlers have launched a fundraising campaign for the killer, demanding that his sentence be commuted as a soldier in a distinguished military unit.
The occupation court in Nazareth extended the detention of the settler, the killer of the young man Al-Omari, for the third time for 7 days.
The martyr's father called for the continuation of protests and the prosecution of the killer, stressing that the killer's lawyer seeks to turn the file into a security case against his son and that he committed the murder "in self-defense."