Update: The Palestinian Health Ministry has confirmed that the soldiers killed two Palestinians, including a doctor, in Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
The Ministry stated that the doctor, Abdullah Al-Ahmad, 43, had died from serious wounds after an Israeli army sharpshooter shot him while trying to render first aid to wounded Palestinians.
It said Dr. Abdullah was shot in the head in front of Jenin governmental hospital and was rushed to surgery but succumbed to his serious wounds. The slain doctor was a married father of three children.
Earlier Friday, the soldiers invaded and ransacked many homes in Jenin before sharpshooters took positions in Palestinian homes and killed Mateen Dabaya, 25, from the Jenin refugee camp.
Furthermore, the soldiers shot at least six Palestinians, including two medics, with live ammunition when the army targeted ambulances, medics, and journalists.
Israeli soldiers killed a young Palestinian man and injured at least six others, including two medics and one doctor who suffered serious wounds, while trying to provide essential treatment to a wounded young man, in Jenin, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
The invasion of Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp was carried out by more than fifty armored military vehicles before the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and abducted several Palestinians.
Palestine TV said the soldiers killed a young man, Mateen Dabaya, 25, from Jenin refugee camp, and deliberately targeted a doctor, Abdullah Abu At-Teen, while trying to provide treatment to a wounded Palestinian, seriously wounding him in the head.
The doctor was on duty at Khalil Suleiman Hospital in Jenin city when he learned about injuries near the medical center and rushed to rescue the wounded before an army sharpshooter shot him in the head.
Palestine TV added that the soldiers injured at least six Palestinians, including two medics, in Jenin and Jenin refugee camp, including two medics, especially after the army deliberately fired at many journalists and ambulances.
Palestinian resistance fighters also exchanged fire with the invading soldiers in several parts of Jenin and its refugee camp. The soldiers also occupied rooftops to use as sniper posts and monitoring towers.
This is a developing story