On Tuesday dawn, dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the eastern neighborhood of Jenin city, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, killing one Palestinian and injuring at least nine, two seriously.

Medical sources said the soldiers killed Mohammad Mousa Mohammad Saba’na, 29, after shooting him with live rounds in the chest and other parts of his body.

The Palestinian was holding his smartphone and documenting the Israeli invasion before the soldiers targeted him with a barrage of live rounds.

They added that at least seven Palestinians were also shot with live fire, including two who suffered life-threatening wounds, and at least two additional Palestinians were rammed by military vehicles.

Medical sources have confirmed that five of the seven Palestinians were shot with live fire to the upper parts of their bodies.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said many more Palestinians were injured, all shot with live fire and likely received treatment by medics from local hospitals and medical centers, and those rushed to medical centers by civilian cars.

The invasion was carried out by more than 100 armored military vehicles, including bulldozers, from several directions after surrounding and isolating Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp.

The soldiers also stormed, ransacked many homes and buildings, and used their rooftops as firing posts for their snipers.

In addition, the soldiers invaded an apartment building in the Eastern Neighborhood and forced the families, including many children, out of their homes.

The Israeli army also caused power outages in several parts of Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp.

The armored military vehicles also deliberately damaged many Palestinian cars parked on the sides of many streets, especially in the al-Bayader area in the city.

It is worth mentioning that the army completely sealed Jenin’s only three main entrances and isolated the city.

Palestinian resistance fighters also exchanged fire with teh soldiers and teh armored military vehicles in several parts of Jenin, especially in the Eastern Neighborhood.

The invasion was still ongoing at the time of this report, and the Israeli military bulldozers were deliberately destroying walls, smashing cars, and causing damage to various buildings.