On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers injured many Palestinians, including four women, during processions in several parts of the Hebron governorate, in the occupied West Bank’s southern part.

Media sources said many army vehicles invaded Beit Ummar before the soldiers attacked a procession in solidarity with Jenin subject to an ongoing Israeli military offensive and fired many live rounds of rubber-coated steel bullets and gas bombs.

The sources said the soldiers shot two young men with live fire, causing moderate wounds, and caused dozens to suffer the effects of tear gas inhalation.

A paramilitary Israeli colonizer also fired many live rounds at the Palestinians and several surrounding homes.

In Yatta town, south of Hebron, an Israeli military jeep rammed a Palestinian car at the town’s northern entrance, wounding four women.

Palestinian medics tried to reach the wounded men, but the soldiers prevented them from approaching the area and later transferred the women to an Israeli hospital.

Furthermore, the soldiers closed the iron gate at the entrance of Beit Anoun, northeast of Hebron, leading to protests before the army fired many gas bombs, concussion grenades, and rubber-coated steel bullets.

On Tuesday evening, Israeli soldiers killed Jawad Mujahed N’eirat, 22, in Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, bringing the number of slain Palestinians in Jenin in just two days to 12, in addition to more than 140 injuries.

In related news, Israeli sources have confirmed that one Israeli soldier was killed Tuesday during an exchange of fire with Palestinian resistance fighters in Jenin. The soldier’s death was confirmed early Wednesday, Israeli daily Haaretz said.

Israeli Army Spokesperson’s Unit said in a statement that, on Tuesday evening, said the soldier was killed with live fire during exchanges of fire with Palestinian fighters in Jenin.

The soldier was later identified as David Yehuda Yitzhak from Beit El illegal colony near Ramallah, in the central part of the occupied West Bank. 

The soldier was taken to hospital in critical condition for medical treatment but was pronounced dead.

On Tuesday dawn, Israeli soldiers killed Odai Ibrahim Khamaisa, 22, in Jenin City, bringing the number of slain Palestinians in Jenin to ten on the second day of the Israeli offensive. Khamaisa was from Al-Yamoun town, west of Jenin.

In related news, the soldiers fired many gas bombs at displaced Palestinian families sheltering in the yards of Khalil Suleiman governmental hospital in Jenin, causing many injuries.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said the situation in Jenin refugee camp is very dire, especially since the Israeli army is preventing its ambiances from entering it and has constantly opened fire at medics and ambulances.

On Monday night, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed the death of a Palestinian teen, Mustafa Nidal Al-Qassem, 17, whom Israeli soldiers shot during the ongoing offensive on Jenin. The slain teen is the tenth Israeli soldiers killed Monday; nine in Jenin and one near Ramallah.

He was the nineth Palestinian the soldiers kill in Jenin, after the army killed eight earlier Monday, in addition to wounding more than 100, twenty seriously.

The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the eight slain Palestinians as Samih Firas Abu Al-Wafa, 21, Aws Hani Hannoun, 19, Husam Mohammad Abu Theeba, 18, Noureddin Husam Marshoud, 16, Mohammad Mohannad Shami, 23, Ahmad Mohammad Al-Amer, 21, Ali Hani Al-Ghoul, 17, and Majdi Ar’arawi, 17.

The Israeli military spokesperson said Israel still has ten targets to achieve in its Jenin refugee camp offensive and said the soldiers have abducted about 120 young men.

In a press conference, the spokesperson said that the army estimated that there are 300 Palestinian fighters in Jenin and added that it has a list of names of about 160.

Hundreds of Palestinian families were displaced from their homes in the refugee camp and went to the nearby Jenin governmental hospital and mosques after the army ordered them to leave as it continues its offensive.

Israeli military bulldozers and missiles caused excessive damage to homes and buildings, and bulldozed streets, in addition to destroying cars, and blocking access to the refugee camp, and attacking ambulances, medics and journalists.

Furthermore, the soldiers killed Mohammad Emad Hassanein, 21, at the entrance of the Al-Biereh city in the central West Bank.