More than 20 Israeli military vehicles invaded the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem and Tulkarem refugee camp on Thursday evening, killed one resistance fighter and injured seven other civilians.

The military offensive started when an undercover Israeli army force using a Palestinian car arrived at the western entrance of the refugee camp. Several soldiers dressed in civilian clothes opened fire at Jasir Abu Zgheib, of the Al Aqsa Brigades of Fatah who was injured along with other bystanders.

More troops were called in, and Abu Zgheib was moved by the army to an Israeli hospital were he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter

Eyewitnesses stated that soldiers did not allow residents and medical teams access to the injured people. One medic identified as Ahmed Hadib was beaten while attempting to assist the injured, according to eyewitnesses reports.

Among those injured were Mohamed Zaki, 10, Rafiq Dumari, 16 and Miriam Abu Zghieb, 40.