Clashes resumed between Israeli forces and Palestinian rioters on Friday afternoon in the West Bank town of Huwara, south of Nablus, according to Palestinian reports.
A violent altercation began during a demonstration by the West Bank residents, who were flying Palestinian flags. Four were injured during the clashes with the security forces, as per Palestinian reports citing the Red Crescent.
تغطية صحفية: "اعتداء قوات الاحتلال على المواطنين في حوارة جنوب نابلس" pic.twitter.com/HUbMKUq2cD— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) May 27, 2022
More clashes were reported in Beit Dajan, also near Nablus.
On Thursday night, IDF and Shin Bet forces confiscated tens of thousands of shekels intended for terror activities during a raid across the West Bank, according to the IDF Spokesperson's Unit.
Israeli forces also arrested a suspect in the Palestinian village of Hable. The origin of the suspected terror fund, found in Ras Atiya, will be investigated by defense forces along with the apprehended suspect.
Armed clashes also erupted during an IDF raid of Jenin on Thursday night, with explosive devices also thrown toward Israeli forces in the West Bank city.
No injuries were reported in the clashes.
The raid is part of Operation 'Break the Wave,' an ongoing effort by the Israeli defense establishment to mitigate the wave of terrorism which engulfed Israel in recent times and took the lives of 20 residents of Israel.
IDF arrests suspects crossing Gaza border
IDF arrested two suspects who attempted to cross the Gaza border into Israel on Friday morning.
The two suspects were caught carrying two grenades and a knife. They were detained and will be interrogated by security forces.
Unusual incident at Kalandiya checkpoint
Israel Police will look into the circumstances of an injury sustained to a young resident of Kafr 'Aqab, in east Jerusalem.
On Thursday night, the 19-year-old arrived at the Kalandiya checkpoint, the border crossing between Jerusalem and the West Bank's northern area, seriously injured and in need of medical attention.
The east Jerusalem resident was transported to Hadassah-University Medical Center, in Jerusalem's Ein Keren, for treatment.