Early on Friday morning, Israeli occupation troops opened fire on youths west of the town of Silwad, east of Ramallah, in the midst of a campaign of raids in the occupied West Bank during which they detained a number of residents.
The occupying soldiers invaded the region between the villages of Yabroud and Silwad, firing on passing cars and civilians. One young guy was wounded, but his wounds were characterized as mild.
The Yabroud Bridge, which connects to Silwad, was closed due to the occupation.
In another instance, the occupying troops detained four civilians during their raid on the community of Al-Mughair, north of Ramallah.
Along with detaining the young guy, Fadi Harbi, and his father, the occupation also detained the activist Kazem Haj Muhammad, a representative of the agricultural committees in northern Ramallah, and his son Ali.
The community saw daily restrictions throughout the course of the previous week under the excuse that young men threw stones at settler vehicles.
Meanwhile, after raiding their homes in the northern West Bank settlement of Balaa, east of Tulkarm, the occupying troops detained the brothers Abdul Latif, Mujahid, and Zaid Hamdan.
Yazid Habiba and Nasser Abdel-Hadi, two young males who broke into their homes in Sanur, Jenin, in the northern West Bank, were later detained.