Israeli soldiers invaded Jenin and its refugee camp, on Wednesday at dawn, and arrested two residents. A 12-year old child was injured after being attacked by military dogs.
A local source in Jenin reported that soldiers, supported by 30 military vehicles and jeeps, invaded Jenin, its refugee camp, broke into and searched dozens of homes.
Two residents, identified as Jamil Mahmoud Al Damj, 20, and Adel Mahmoud Al Damj, 26, were arrested. The two residents are members of the Islamic Jihad, a local source reported.
Also, one child identified as Mohammad Fadel Adbul-Rahman, 12, was attacked by military dogs, which repeatedly bit him in his thigh causing serious injuries.