On Monday dawn, Israeli soldiers shot three Palestinians with live fire and caused at least three to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation after the army invaded the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, south of Jericho, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

Many army jeeps surrounded the refugee camp before invading it, leading to protests, before firing many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said the soldiers shot three young men with live fire in the legs and caused at least three to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

The PRCS added that the soldiers obstructed the work of its medics and attacked one of its ambulances while trying to prevent it from entering the refugee camp.

The soldiers also stormed, ransacked several homes in the refugee camp, and abducted a few Palestinians; one was identified as Shaker Amarna.

Last night, undercover soldiers killed Ahmad and his brother Ehab Mohammad Hmeidat in a coffee shop at the main entrance of the refugee camp.

Early Saturday morning, many armored Israeli military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded Aqbat Jabr camp, south of Jericho in the northeastern West Bank, shot thirteen Palestinians, including three who suffered life-threatening wounds, demolished four homes, and abducted at least five Palestinians, including a father and two of his sons.

Jericho has remained under strict siege since Saturday, January January 28, especially after the army installed dozens of roadblocks on all entrances, main and minor roads, and concrete blocks on the streets.