Several Palestinian citizens suffered from inhaling tear gas after the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Saturday morning stormed Beit Ummar town, north of al-Khalil province in the West Bank.
Eyewitnesses said the events started near the Grand Mosque in Beit Ummar after Israeli soldiers entered the area and embarked on randomly firing stun and tear gas grenades at passersby and homes.
Consequently, local young men confronted the soldiers and responded by hurling stones at them.
During their presence in the town, soldiers raided and ransacked a bakery and a house in the central district, according to a local source.
(Source / 25.03.2017)