Mohamed Salamah Ihmedan, 25, was shot and killed during an Israeli
military invasion to Al Ein refugee camp in Nablus city, in the northern part of the
West Bank, on Thursday at dawn.

Eyewitnesses reported that a convoy of Israeli army vehicles and one bulldozer stormed the camp while another battalion surrounded it.  Soldiers attacked residents' houses and turned a number of them into military posts.

Ihmedan, who is a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, was shot and killed while standing on the balcony of his house in the camp, eyewitnesses told the Palestine News Network.  Medical sources said that he received fatal wounds and died on the spot.

In the meantime, troops conducted a wide scale house-to-house search campaign to residents' homes in Al Ein Refugee Camp; it was reported that soldiers ransacked the houses and damaged families' belongings.

Elsewhere, in the nearby Balata Refugee Camp, an Israeli army force attacked the camp, searched some houses and clashed with local resistance fighters; no injuries were reported, but there was damage to residents' property was reported.