The Israeli army invaded, on Monday at dawn, Balata Refugee Camp in the West Bank city of Nablus. Two residents were arrested and one child was injured.
Troops invaded the camp and conducted house-to-house searches. Soldiers unleashed a police dog on a family in their house; the dog attacked Waleed Abu Dahouq, 12, causing him injures in the abdomen, left leg and right arm, eyewitnesses reported.
The boy was moved to Raffidia Hospital, where he was admitted for his injures in the orthopedic wing, the source added.
Soldiers also arrested two residents from the camp during the invasion, and took them to an unknown destination, while their names are still unknown.