A number of Palestinian youths were injured during clashes with the Zionist occupation forces which had stormed Joseph Tomb in Nablus, West Bank, early Wednesday.
Palestinian sources indicated that a number of youths were hit by the Zionist gunfire, recording dozens of cases of suffocation among that Palestinians.
The sources added that the enemy soldiers threw gas bombs at a house near Joseph Tomb, suffocating a number of Palestinians, noting that a fire erupted on the top of one of the buildings near the shrine after a heavy Zionist gunfire.
The Israeli occupation forces had stormed late Tuesday the eastern Nablus and cordoned off Joseph Tomb in order to let the Zionist settlers storm the shrine.
Palestinian resistance fighters opened fire at the Zionist occupation forces in eastern Nablus. In this regard, Jenin Battalion of the Al-Quds Brigades opened heavy fire at the enemy troops on Amman road.
Resistance fighters also targeted an occupation’s bulldozer and vehicles with IED explosions on Amman road in Nablus.
Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades announced confronting the Zionist attack on Joseph Tomb, confirming inflicting losses upon the enemy troops.
Meanwhile, Palestinian resistance fighters opened fire at the Zionist occupation forces while storming Joseph Tomb.
The following video shows the first batch of Zionist settlers storming Joseph Tomb:
In Al-Tor village, occupied Al-Quds, a number of Palestinians targeted a Zionist bus with Molotov cocktails:
Source: Al-Manar English Website