Israeli forces shot an killed, on Saturday evening, two Palestinian young men, one in Arraba town, southwest of Jenin city, in the northern occupied West Bank, and another in Jenin, in addition to shooting a 15-year-old child before abducting him.

Israeli occupation forces invaded, on Saturday evening, the town of Arraba, southwest of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank, sparking protests among local Palestinian youths.

Soldiers fired live rounds at those who resisted the incursion, killing the young man, Wisam Jamal Hamran, 21.

Massive crowds of Palestinians gathered at the young man’s family home in Arraba town, where loved ones said their final goodbyes, before performing the funeral prayer over his body and burying him in the town’s cemetery.

Meanwhile, occupation forces invaded, on Saturday evening, the northern West Bank city of Jenin, from a number of directions, accompanied by a military bulldozer.

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They positioned sharpshooters on the rooftops of citizens’ homes, and using the bulldozer, destroyed infrastructure, roads, and electricity transformers in Jenin, and near the Jenin refugee camp, triggering protests from local Palestinian youths.

[Video from Palestine TV]

Occupation forces fired live rounds at the young men who protested the attack, shooting and killing Amir Maher Al-Qaisi Arqawi, 19, and injuring another young man, according to the medical director at the Jenin Governmental Hospital.

Furthermore, during their withdrawal from the city, soldiers opened fire at the child, Asim Imad Abu Hassan, 15, while he was riding his bicycle.

The wounded child, from Al-Yammoun town, northwest of the city, was subsequently abducted by the army.

It is important to mention that Israeli forces dropped leaflets in the city and its camp, threatening the youth with death.