Israeli soldiers invaded Tammoun village, near the West Bank city of
Tubas, shot and killed one resident, took four residents, including
three brothers prisoner, and injured at least seventeen residents
during clashes that erupted in the town, Palestinian medical sources

The sources stated that resident Mohammad Abdul-Fattah Bani Odeh, 22, was shot and killed by a round of live ammunition in his head, the Palestinian News Agency , WAFA, reported.

Bani Odeh, member of the Al Aqsa brigades, the armed wing of Fateh, was first transferred to a clinic in the town, and was moved later on to a hospital in Jenin where he died of his wounds. 

The Ramattan news agency reported that soldiers exchanged fire with resistance fighters of the Al Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad, after invading the town using armored vehicles and jeeps.

Soldiers surrounded a building were the fighters were hiding and exchanged fire with them, the agency added.

Also, soldiers broke into dozens of homes and searched them after forcing the families out.

One resident, identified as Murad Bani Odeh, member of the leaders of the Al Quds Brigades, was taken prisoner after soldiers surrounded his home. Also, three brothers were  taken prisoner on Sunday at night during the continuous military attack.

The three brothers were identified as Tareq, Mohammad and Ziad Suleiman, were taken prisoner and moved to an unknown location.

The invasion is ongoing, seventeen residents were injured, some seriously. The town is currently surrounded while dozens of military vehicles and jeeps are operating there.