At least one Palestinian was injured after Palestinians and Israeli forces clashed in Nablus on Monday morning, according to Palestinian reports.
Gunshots and explosions could be heard in videos from the scene. The Lions' Den terrorist group announced that it was taking part in the clashes.
جانب من المواجهات والاشتباكات التي اندلعت بين مقاومين وقوات الاحتلال بمخيم العين في #نابلس pic.twitter.com/zY2Vr3exHS— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) April 10, 2023
A Palestinian named Abdul Rahman Akouba was arrested during the raid in Nablus on Monday, according to Palestinian reports.
Terrorists behind shooting attacks still on the run
The clashes come hours after the car of the terrorist who killed British-Israeli sisters Maia and Rina Dee on Friday was reportedly spotted and confiscated Sunday in the West Bank city of Nablus by Palestinian security forces.
The terrorists behind the attack are still on the run. The terrorist behind the shooting attack in which two IDF soldiers were injured in Huwara last month is also still on the run.
On Sunday, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant toured northern Samaria with IDF commanders and received a review of the situation in the area and the ongoing hunt for the terrorists behind several recent shooting attacks in the West Bank.
"If there are any of the terrorists who think that during the holidays they will escape the long hand of the IDF, they are wrong. Anyone who performs even the smallest action, we will reckon with him and bring him to justice," warned Gallant.