One Palestinian resistance fighter was injured when Israeli troops invaded Balata refugee camp located in the northern West Bank city of Nablus on Tuesday morning.
Ahmad Sanaqra, 22, from the Al Aqsa brigades the armed wing of Fatah, was injured with several live rounds in different part of his body during clashes between the invading Israeli troops and local resistance fighters, he was moved to a hospital in Nablus with critical wounds, medical sources reported.

More than 15 army vehicles stormed Balata refugee camp and opened fire randomly at residents houses and searched a number of them, local resistance men clashed with the invading forces in an attempt to stop the invasion, during the clashes Sanaqra was injured, he was moved to a safe place by other resistance fighters. Eyewitnesses reported.

After the army left the refugee camp the man was moved to a local hospital in the city of Nablus.

No abductions were made this time by the Israeli army, local sources stated