PA: Dozens of Palestinians injured during 'storm' of Joseph's tomb

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Arab media reports that on Wednesday, January 18, dozens of Palestinians were injured when the Israelis “stormed” the tomb of Joseph in Nablus.

Palestinian youths are said to have clashed with the IDF.

According to Ahmed Jibril, head of the Palestinian Red Crescent Emergency Department in Shechem, the young man was injured after he was allegedly hit by an Israeli military jeep Another allegedly had his leg broken.

He added that six more Palestinians were wounded by rubber-coated metal bullets, and 35 people were injured by tear gas.

The Tsakhakhal service reported that the military ensured the coordinated entry of believers into the tomb of Joseph in Shechem. During the clashes with the Palestinians, means were used to disperse the crowd.

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