Palestinian medical sources in Jenin, in the northern part of the West
Bank, reported on Thursday at dawn that  two Palestinian youth were
injured during clashed that erupted in the city after Israeli soldiers
invaded it. Soldiers broke into homes, forced the residents out and
interrogated them.

Local sources said that at least twenty armored military vehicles and jeeps invaded the city and conducted house-to-house searches after forcing dozens of families out of their homes and interrogating the men and youth.

The sources added that dozens of residents were forced against the walls for several hours, and were forced to undress. Most of the attacks were carried out in the Eastern neighborhood, Al Marah area, Al Seebat, and Wad Iz Ed Deen. 

Also, soldiers surrounded a residential building that belongs to Abu Jomhour family, and occupied it after forcing the residents out.

Meanwhile, dozens of youth hurled stones at the soldiers near the Grand Mosque of Jenin, soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition, rubber-coated bullets and gas bombs, two youth were injured.

The two were identified as Dhrigham Kamal Al Sa'ady, 16, and Bakir Atef Nabhan, 14. Al Sa'ady was injured by a round of live ammunition is his foot, while Nabhan was hit by a rubber-coated bullet in his upper body.

In a separate incident, Palestinian resistance factions in Al Yamoun village, west of Jenin, exchanged fire with the army after at least twenty military vehicles invaded the village.

Fighters said they detonated an explosive charge under a military vehicle and damaged it.

Fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers especially after the army broke into dozens of houses and forced the residents out, local sources reported.

The sources added that soldiers abused several residents, forced them to undress and interrogated them.