Two Palestinians were extra judicially killed and several were injured in an Israeli air strike in Jenin Refugee Camp in the northern West Bank on Thursday morning, Palestinian News Network reported.

The victims are 28 year old Al Quds Brigades leader, Mohammad Maji Ahmed Ateeq from Barqan Village, and 20 year old Amjad Said Ahmed Al Ajami from ‘Atil Village.

According to eyewitness report, an Israeli Apache fired three missiles into the house which is located in the center of Jenin, at 8:40 am. The attack destroyed a major portion of the house and killed the two young men in a targeted assassination.

Mahmoud and Hussam Sa’adi operatives of Al-Quds brigade the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine survived the strike yet sustained serious medium injuries.

According to Sa’adi the group had been fighting against an Israeli army force which invaded the camp on Tuesday night.

Israeli forces broke into several houses in the camp, conducted searches, threatened families, and tore through personal belongings. Most of the camp was asleep when the Israeli firing began.

Eyewitnesses said the Israeli apache fired two missiles at the house causing a big hole in the roof.  Several minutes later, the apache fired another missile causing a huge explosion which caused damage to several neighboring houses as the structures in the camp are very close to each other.

Several mothers and their children were injured by flying shards of glass and debris.

Following the attack, as the residents of the camp and the surrounding villages laid the two dead to rest, Al-Quds brigade vowed a painful response against in revenge for the killed leaders.