On Friday, Israeli soldiers invaded Jenin and Jenin refugee camp in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, leading to protests, and injured a Palestinian child, two medics, and a young man. The soldiers also exchanged fire with Palestinian fighters.

Undercover soldiers initially carried out the invasion, but the Palestinians noticed them before many military vehicles invaded the city and the refugee camp.

The soldiers fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs in the alleys of the Jenin refugee camp, wounding a child, 14, and a young man with shrapnel from a bullet before they were moved to Ibn Sina Hospital in Jenin City.

The soldiers also fired at a Palestinian ambulance, shattering its windshield and injuring two medics.

The soldiers also invaded several homes and buildings and occupied rooftops overlooking the refugee camp to use as firing posts and monitoring towers.
Furthermore, the soldiers abducted two young men, Bassel Al-Hariri and Ezzeddin Bassam Sa’adi, and took them to an unknown destination.

Palestinian fighters exchanged fire with the soldiers and hurled a pipe bomb at a military vehicle in the Al-Jabriyyat area on the outskirts of the refugee camp.

The Israeli attacks also caused power blackouts in some parts of the Jenin refugee camp and Jenin city.

In a statement, the army claimed that the soldiers confiscated weapons and added that the invasion aimed at “preventing planned attacks.”

On Friday afternoon, the soldiers killed Mustafa Amer Sabbah, 15, in Tuqu town, east of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank.