Israeli forces bombed, on Sunday, a home in the Nur Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank, killing one young man, and injuring five others, two seriously.

Media sources said that on Sunday afternoon, an armed Israeli drone fired missiles at a Palestinian-owned home in the “Al-Manshiya” neighborhood in the Nur Shams camp.

The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed that one young man was killed as a result of the airstrike, while five others were injured, including two seriously; they were all transported to the Martyr Thabet Thabet Government Hospital in Tulkarem.

The slain young man was identified as Saeed Izzat Jaber, 24, reported to be the commander of the Tulkarem Battalion resistance group, affiliated with the Al-Quds Brigades.

Sources added that an armed Israeli drone fired at least three missiles at the home of the citizen, Hani Al-Mueen, causing severe destruction, while causing damage to surrounding homes.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) stated that its ambulance crews were unable to reach the targeted home due to fire caused by the missile strike.

Sources added that the residents inside the surrounding homes, including women and children, sustained shrapnel injuries and were treated at the scene.

It is important to mention that the slain young man has survived several assassination attempts the occupation army.

The Arab 48 news website quoted Israeli Army Radio who stated that the targeted home had been under surveillance and claimed that four Palestinian resistance fighters were present in the home.

Israeli forces have now killed 554 Palestinian civilians, including 137 children, and injured at least 5,200 others, in various regions of the occupied West Bank, since the beginning of the military onslaught against the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023.

Israeli forces have killed at least 37,877 Palestinians, the majority of whom are woman and children, and injured at least 86,969, since the beginning of the brutal military onslaught against the devastated Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023, while thousands remain buried under the rubble.