Israeli Troops Blockade Hebron, Wound Palestinian Journalist
Israeli occupation forces imposed Monday, August 21, a suffocating blockade on the occupied West Bank city of Hebron and stormed many villages across the city, searching for the executor of a retaliation incident that left an ‘Israeli’ colonizer dead and another injured.
Israeli troops, special forces, and warplanes reportedly stormed the city in large numbers, terrifying and harassing Palestinian citizens.
They have closed the main and secondary roads between the villages of occupied Hebron, and military raids were launched in many villages and towns.
The entrances to the villages of Beit Ummar, Al-Fahs, Ras Al-Joura, and Beit Ainon have been also closed.
Covering the incident south of Hebron, Palestinian journalist Saril Jaradat has been brutally assaulted by Israeli gangs.
This morning, two Palestinians retaliated against the Israeli settlers’ crimes against the Palestinian people, leaving an Israeli settler dead and another injured, in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.
The incident comes on the 54th anniversary of the burning of the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque by an extremist Israeli settler.