On Thursday, Israeli forces shot two Palestinians, including a child, and assaulted citizen near Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank, and seriously injured a young man on Wednesday morning in Tulkarem, in the northwestern part of the West Bank.

Occupation forces injured three Palestinians, including a child, on Thursday morning, after invading the town of Halhul, north of Hebron in the southern West Bank, sparking protests.

Media sources said that the army stormed and ransacked several citizens’ homes, and started fires in multiple areas of the town.

Sources added that the soldiers fired live rounds, concussion grenades, and tear gas canisters, shooting a 25-year-old young man and a 17-year-old child with live ammunition in the abdomen and limbs.

Additionally, soldiers brutally assaulted a 57-year-old man, beating him in the head with their rifle butts.

On Wednesday morning, a large army force invaded the town of Halhul, north of Hebron, and abducted a young man, triggering protests.

Media sources said that several military vehicles stormed a restaurant in the center of the town, abducted the young man, Thaer Abu Rmeeshan.

Sources added that soldier fired concussion grenades and tear gas canisters towards those who resisted the incursion; no injuries were reported.

In related news, occupation forces shot and seriously injured a Palestinian young man after invading the city of Tulkarem and the Thanaba suburb to the east, in the northwestern part of the West Bank.

The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed that soldiers shot and seriously wounded a young man, shooting him in the head and neck, he was transported to the Martyr Thabet Thabet Governmental Hospital in Tulkarem.

Media sources said that sharpshooters, positioned on a tall building in the city, opened heavy fire with live rounds, shooting the young man.

Sources added that the army stormed the town of Anabta, east of Tulkarem, before dawn Thursday, and drove their military vehicles through the streets; no protests or abductions were reported.