Israeli forces invaded the city of Nablus, in the northern part of the
West Bank Wednesday and killed one resident and took four prisoners. At dawn, Israeli soldiers killed Jericho resident Abdullah Mohammad
Mansour, 29, as he was watching the invasion from a balcony in ‘Ein
Beit Al Ma, a refugee camp located in Nablus, according to
photojournalist Elias Dowla.

Soldiers did not allow medical aid to reach Mansour, who was visiting relatives at the time, causing him to bleed to death.  

In a contradictory account of the killing, Haaretz reported that Mansour was a member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of Fatah, and had been on the army’s wanted list for some time.  

The Israeli army said that they shot Mansour in the head while the 31 year old militant tried to detonate explosives nearby.  Soldiers said that Mansour was killed in his home as watched from his window Israeli soldiers clashing with militants.  

According to PNN, armed resistance fighters in the camp retaliated by throwing an explosive at one of the Israeli military jeeps. No injuries were reported on either side.

Israeli soldiers also invaded and raided homes in another neighborhood and took two prisoners.  Soldiers took brothers Mohammad, 23 and Fadi Allez, 18 from their family home in Qaryoun neighborhood in Nablus. Soldiers then occupied their home and used it as a military post.

Israeli forces invaded Balata Refugee Camp and took three prisoners. Soldiers took prisoner Azmi Tawfiq Al Serafi, 20, Abu Rish, 20 and Hussam, 20 and took them to unknown locations.

Soldiers also invaded Askar Refugee Camp with military jeeps and one bulldozer, which , plowed through the narrow streets, damaging a major source of water and the central market.  No prisoners were taken nor injuries reported.  

Sourced from PNN and Haaretz