WATCH: 'Disguised troops kidnap wanted man from Nablus hosptial'
Palestinian media outlets publish a video purported to show IDF troops disguised as Arabs kidnapping a wanted man from a Nablus hospital, while additional footage emerges of a Palestinian reporter hit by shrapnel from a stun grenade on live TV.
According to the Palestinian reports, a group of Israeli soldiers disguised as Arabs entered the Arab hospital in Nablus in the early morning hours, and kidnapped a man who was hospitalized there.
The hospital's manager, Samir Al Hayat told the media outlets that disguised security forces entered the hospital, ascended to the building's third floor, and kidnapped Karam al-Masri (23). Hayat mentioned that al-Masri was hospitalized two days ago with a fracture in his arm.
According to Hayat, the disguised troops sabotaged the hospital's security camera system, and that the video was captured by some of the cameras which remained untouched.
The investigation into the wanted person who was arrested by the security forces in Nablus was placed under gag order, and the arrest was made as part of a larger series of arrests in Nablus as a result of Thursday night's terrorist attack.
This week also saw a Palestinian reporter injured while broadcasting.
The reporter, from the Palestinian Al Maydeen network, Hanaa Mahameed, was conducting a live broadcast from the ongoing clashes in Issawiya when she was injured by a piece of shrapnel from a stun grenade that was thrown towards rioters near her location.
The moment of the impact and her screams could be heard on live TV, and she returned to the broadcast a short while later sporting head bandages - turning her into a Palestinian hero.