The Israeli occupation army blew up the house of the family of the Palestinian prisoner Islam Al-Faroukh in Ramallah, and clashes broke out between the people and the occupation army, as a result of which 16 Palestinians, including two journalists, were injured.
On Thursday morning, the Israeli occupation army blew up the walls of the house of the family of the Palestinian prisoner, Islam Al-Faroukh, in the Old City of Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank.
An army engineering unit blew up the walls of the “Al-Faroukh” house (without the columns), which is the second floor of a four-storey residential building.
watched Dozens of Israeli military vehicles stormed the “Ramallah Al-Tahta” neighborhood in the city of #Ramallah and blew up the home of the Palestinian prisoner Islam Al-Faroukh.
Clashes broke out between dozens of Palestinians and the Israeli occupation army, in which the latter used live and metal bullets, while the protesters threw stones at the forces.
Medical sources said that 16 Palestinians were wounded during the confrontations, while dozens suffocated, and among the injured were two journalists, one of whom was hit by a metal bullet in the head, and his condition is serious.
On December 27, the Israeli occupation army arrested “Al-Faroukh” on charges of carrying out a double bombing at the bus station in occupied Jerusalem, on November 23, killing two Israelis and injuring dozens.
Operation “Farookh” came after a series of attacks carried out by the Israeli occupation army in the northern West Bank, during which a number of Palestinians were killed.