On Saturday, Israeli forces shot three Palestinians and demolished a supermarket, after invading the Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus in the northern West Bank.

Israeli forces invaded, on Saturday morning, the Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank, followed by military reinforcements including heavy machinery.

Media sources said that the army stormed the camp, amid heavy gunfire, while reconnaissance drones hovered over the camp, leading to protests.

According to Ahmad Jibril, the director of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Ambulance and Emergency Services in Nablus, Israeli forces shot one young man with live rounds in the foot, while two others sustained shrapnel injuries to the head and chest.

It was added that Israeli forces demolished the “Al-Arayshi” supermarket in the camp, for the eighth time, and caused destruction to monuments dedicated to slain Palestinians.

Palestine TV reported that an Israeli drone strike targeted the camp, however this has not been confirmed by the official Palestinian News and Information Agency (WAFA); new information will be added as it becomes available.

In related news, occupation forces invaded, before dawn on Saturday, the northern West Bank city of Jenin and its refugee camp, in addition to the town of Kafr Dan, northwest of the city, sparking fierce protests.

Armed resistance fighters in Kafr Dan exchanged heavy gunfire with the attacking army, while Israeli sharpshooters were positioned on the rooftops of several buildings, and reconnaissance drones flew overhead.

Media sources said that soldiers stormed many citizens’ homes, including those of Zakaria Radi Al-Souqi, and the slain Palestinian, Mustafa Abed, escalating the confrontations, during which explosions were reported.

It was added that the army stormed a poultry farm owned by the citizen, Zuhair Al-Souqi, and caused a power outage after targeting electricity transformers.

Meanwhile, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, occupation forces invaded the city of Qalqilia, before dawn on Saturday, storming the “Al-Qar’an” and “Jaidi” neighborhoods.

Furthermore, late Friday night, a large army force invaded the Shweika suburb, north of Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said that the army stormed the suburb from its western entrance, while military vehicles roamed the streets, and positioned sharpshooters on rooftops of citizens’ homes in the vicinity of the old mosque and the “Mahdawi” roundabout.