On Tuesday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded the Tulkarem refugee camp in Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank and injured six Palestinians, including one woman, by live fire and armed drones.

A large military force, including several armored vehicles, invaded the refugee camp approximately two after midnight, especially the Al-Balawna, Al-Hadayda, Al-Ghanem, and Al-Marba’a neighborhoods and used an armed drone to fire a missile, wounding two Palestinians.

The soldiers also shot a Palestinian woman, the mother of Ezzeddin Raed Awwad, 25, who was one of five Palestinians assassinated by the Israeli soldiers Monday and ransacked her home and the home of Qassem Mohammad Rajab, who was killed with her son.

Many Palestinians protested the invasion and violations before the soldiers shot a young man in the chest, causing a severe injury, and another young man in the arm.

The soldiers also stormed and ransacked many homes, causing excessive damage, and interrogated scores of Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

Furthermore, Israeli military bulldozers destroyed Schools Street at the main entrance of the refugee camp, in addition to destroying infrastructure, including water lines, electricity generators, many shops and electricity poles, in addition to damaging several shops.

In addition, the army used one of its armed “suicide drones” to destroy the rooftops of a home for the Al-Banna family, wounding two Palestinians and causing a fire in the building.

The soldiers also invaded many streets in Tulkarem city, especially the area along the Nablus Road near the Tulkarem refugee camp and the Al-Quds Open University Street, and deployed sharpshooters on rooftops of homes and buildings.