Exchange of Fire Reported near Ramallah, No Injuries
An exchange of fire between armed Palestinians and Israeli forces was reported in the town of el-Bireh near Ramallah, said The Jerusalem Post newspaper, adding that armed Palestinians targeted the Jewish settlement of Psagot.
There were no reports of injuries, said the paper.
In the West Bank city of Nablus, a roadside charge was discovered near the Jewish settlement of Kedumim, according to the paper, adding that Israeli soldiers dismantled the device.
Elsewhere in the West Bank, the paper said that Palestinian demonstrators targeted passing vehicles on the Halhoul bypass road near Hebron.
Israeli soldiers fired steel rubber coated bullets to disperse the demonstrators, according to the daily, but said that there were no reports of injuries.
Earlier in the day, two firebombs were found Sunday morning near the Jewish settlement of Armon Hanatziv in western Jerusalem, reported the paper, adding that there were no injuries, although an apartment building was slightly damaged in the incident.
The paper added that the devices were apparently hurled sometime during the night.
Police believe the firebombs were thrown from the nearby Jabal Mukaber neighborhood.
In the meantime, dozens of Palestinian demonstrators clashed Sunday with Israeli border police in Jerusalem, the paper said.
Police fired rubber bullets to disperse the demonstrators, and detained several of them for questioning.
There were no reports of injuries in the confrontation, said the paper.
In the Gaza Strip, the paper said that an Israeli army patrol near the Jewish settlement of Nahal Oz discovered a number of roadside bombs.
The devices were safely neutralized, said the paper.
The settlement is located near a crossing point at the northern edge of the Gaza Strip -- Albawaba.com