The occupation's night raids into the West Bank escalated coinciding with the war on Gaza (Al Jazeera)

Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that a young Palestinian man was killed by occupation forces' bullets in the town of Kafr Ni'ma, west of Ramallah in the West Bank.

This comes as the occupation army continues its night raids, and the settlers continue their attacks on the Palestinians and their property in the cities and towns of the West Bank.

Israeli media also warned of a possible explosion during the holy month of Ramadan, noting that the size of the Israeli forces present in the West Bank exceeds the number of forces in Gaza due to escalating security tension.

Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that the occupation forces stormed the cities of Dura and Yatta tonight, south of Hebron in the West Bank.

The occupation army also stormed the towns of Bani Naim, east of Hebron, and Tarqumiya, west of it, and conducted patrols in the area.

They raided and searched a number of homes, and set up barriers in several neighborhoods in the two towns.

He also arrested a young man and beat up a group of other young men in the town of Bani Naim.

The reporter reported that the occupation forces also stormed the city of Qalqilya, in the northern West Bank, and the city of Yatta, south of Hebron.

Settlers attacks

On the other hand, armed Israeli settlers, under the protection of the occupation forces, attacked Palestinian citizens in the Ain Samiya area and the town of Kafr Malek, northeast of Ramallah.

Other groups also attacked the villages of Turmus Ayya and Umm Safa, north of Ramallah, assaulting Palestinian farmers and sweeping away their crops.

In the towns of Al-Lubban Al-Sharqi and Qaryut, south of Nablus, settlers opened fire on citizens in their homes and shops.

In the area of ​​the Arab Mlihat community, north of the city of Jericho, a group of settlers stormed the Bedouin community and raided a number of homes, searched them, and assaulted their residents.

Members of the occupation police also assaulted Palestinians, including women, at the gates leading to the Holy Mosque, in the occupied city of Jerusalem.

Pictures showed that police officers assaulted a man and two women at Lions Gate, arrested them, and transferred them to an unknown destination, while others were arrested in areas close to the doors leading to the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The occupation police had intensified their presence and deployed military checkpoints at the doors, in an attempt to prevent young men from reaching the mosque, for the twenty-first week in a row.

Possible explosion

On the other hand, Israeli Channel 12 said that the size of the Israeli forces present in the West Bank exceeds the number of forces in Gaza due to security tension and the harbinger of a possible explosion during the month of Ramadan.

For its part, Israeli Channel 13 revealed that the Internal Security Service (Shin Bet) and the army warned the political leadership against turning the conflict into a religious conflict and demanded the necessity of staying away as much as possible from the Temple Mount during the month of Ramadan, otherwise the situation will get very bad.

The channel reported that the head of the Shin Bet warned the political leadership that the ambiguity would lead to a deterioration of the situation and urged it to make a quick decision regarding the restrictions during the month of Ramadan.

Since the start of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, settlers have escalated their attacks in the West Bank, and the army has escalated incursions and raids, leaving 417 martyrs and about 4,650 wounded, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

In parallel, Israel is waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, leaving tens of thousands of victims, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe and a noticeable deterioration in infrastructure and property, according to Palestinian and UN data.

Source: Al Jazeera + agencies