Israel’s bloody aggression on Jenin City and its refugee camp continued for the second consecutive day on Tuesday.
According to the Palestinian health ministry, the ongoing attack killed at least ten people and left more than 100 injured; 20 of them are in critical condition.
The latest victim was identified as Uday Ibrahim Khamaysa, after being found dead in the Haifa Street area on Tuesday morning.
Earlier Monday, nine Palestinians were killed in an ongoing ground-and-air attack on the Jenin refugee camp.
The aggression started after Israeli warplanes bombed a local home, killing the young man, Samih Firas Abu al-Wafa, and injuring several others. Several sites were also targeted during the attack.
Meanwhile, more than 150 Israeli armored vehicles and military bulldozers stormed the city and cut off the roads linking the city with its camp. Israeli snipers were also deployed on the roofs of several houses and buildings overlooking the area.
The IOF also prevented ambulances’ access to the area to provide the injured with medical care. Big damage was also caused in the city after dozes of vehicles and roads were destroyed.
Along the same line, the IOF forces hundreds of families to leave their homes under the threat of bombing their homes, forning them to remain at the hospital yards and Jenin municipal halls.
Large military reinforcements were deployed throughout Jenin city and its camp, via Jenin-Nazareth and Jenin-Haifa streets.
On Tuesday, dozens of Palestinians suffered from teargas inhalation after IOF deliberately fired tear gas canisters at families in the yard of Martyr Khalil Suleiman Governmental Hospital.