Armed clashes broke out early Tuesday between Palestinian resistance fighters and Israeli forces raiding the Askar al-Jadid camp, east of Nablus, injuring three Palestinians with live bullets.
Ahmed Jibril, director of ambulance and emergency at the Red Crescent in Nablus, said that three citizens were injured during confrontations when Israeli forces stormed Askar al-Jadid camp and were taken for treatment at Rafidia Hospital.
Israeli forces arrested three young men during their raid. The three were identified as Raafat Abu Hudeeb, Jamil al-Aqra and Mustafa Abu Shanab, local sources reported.
Israeli forces also arrested at dawn Tuesday several Palestinian citizens, including a journalist, during campaigns in different West Bank areas.
According to local sources, the Israeli stormed Yamun town in western Jenin and kidnaped four citizens from their homes.
The Israeli forces also kidnaped journalist Amer Abu Arafah, who works for Quds Press, from his home in al-Khalil and three other citizens during a campaign in Nablus.
In Bethlehem, Israeli military kidnaped two citizens from their homes in Aida refugee camp and Beit Jala town.
In Salfit, Israeli forces broke into and ransacked several homes before kidnaping two citizens from Kifl Hares village.
In east Jerusalem, Israeli police forces stormed Shuafat refugee camp and kidnaped a young man from his home.
Meanwhile, Israeli vehicles stormed Jenin City at dawn and came under fire from resistance fighters after they moved through streets in al-Almaniya neighborhood. No arrests have been reported.