On Saturday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Rommana, northwest of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and injured many Palestinians during ensuing protests.

Several military vehicles invaded the village before local youngsters protested the invasion and closed several streets.

The soldiers fired gas bombs and concussion grenades against the villagers, resulting in several individuals suffocating due to excessive tear gas inhalation.

Additionally, the invading soldiers fired at the local mosque, causing damage to its windows.

Media sources in Jenin also confirmed similar invasions targeting various other villages and towns in the Jenin district, including Fandaqumiya, Ya’bad, Toura, Arraba, Sielet Ath-Thaher, Zabbouba, Kafr Dan and Fahma.

In a separate incident, the soldiers invaded Kafr Dan town northwest of Jenin, and conducted searches of several houses, leading to protests.

Also at dawn, Saturday, Israeli soldiers shot two Palestinians, one seriously, and abducted two others in two separate incidents, in the Ramallah governorate, in the occupied West Bank’s central part.