Israeli occupation forces shot and injured, on Sunday and Monday, four Palestinian young men in Nablus and Jenin, according to local sources.

On Monday, the army invaded the Askar refugee camp, east of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank, with heavy military reinforcements, and the army surrounded a Palestinian-owned home.

Soldiers encircled the home of Abdel Sarafandi, near the Al-Muhajireen Mosque in the camp, sparking protests among the local Palestinian youths.

Soldiers responded by opening fire with live ammunition at the unarmed youths who resisted the incursion.

Soldiers shot one young man in the foot with two live rounds, and another with a live round in the knee.

Both of the wounded men were transported to the hospital for medical intervention.

Meanwhile, the army invaded, on Monday, the Aqabat Jaber camp, south of Jericho, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

With military backup, the army positioned sharpshooters on the rooftops of civilian homes, and invaded and ransacked the family home of Hassan Awadat in the camp.

Soldiers fired live rounds and tear gas canisters at local youths who resisted the incursion. There were no reports of any injuries.

Furthermore, Israeli soldiers invaded, on Sunday evening, the village of Rummana, northwest of Jenin, in the northern part of the West Bank, injuring two young men.

Security sources said that the army stormed the village, triggering protests among the local Palestinian youths.

Soldier fired fired concussion grenades and rubber-coated steel rounds at those who resisted the incursion and nearby homes, injuring two young men with rubber-coated steel rounds.

At dawn Monday, Israeli forces attacked the Nour Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarem in the northwestern occupied West Bank, injuring 4 young men, abducting 2, and causing significant destruction to infrastructure and homes.