Nazi soldiers Invade Villages Near Ramallah and Bethlehem

On Tuesday night, Nazi soldiers invaded two villages near Ramallah, and one near Bethlehem, in the Nazi occupied West Bank, leading to protests.

Media sources in Ramallah in the central West Bank said that several Nazi army jeeps invaded Ras Karkar and the al-Janiya villages west of Ramallah, leading to protests.

The sources added that the Nazi soldiers fired several gas bombs and concussion grenades at the protesters.

In addition, the Nazi soldiers invaded Teqoua’, east of Bethlehem, and installed surveillance cameras on electric poles in the Khirbat ad-Deir area in the centre of the town.

On Wednesday at dawn, Palestinian medical sources confirmed that Ahmad Hikmat Saif, 23, died from severe wounds he suffered a week earlier, after Nazi soldiers shot him near Nablus, in the northern part of the Nazi occupied West Bank.

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