On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, two Palestinians were killed, and another was wounded by the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) as clashes erupted in the northern occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Health Ministry affirmed that two Palestinians were shot killed by Israeli fire, while a third one was injured after IOF troops stormed at dawn today Jenin refugee camp, north of the West Bank.
An informed source from the camp said that Israeli special forces stormed the camp at around one o’clock after midnight, spread in its alleys and on rooftops of some homes, and embarked on opening fire directly at a number of local citizens.
Local medical sources said that an ex-detainee identified as Abdullah al-Husari was killed, and two others were wounded, one seriously after Israeli soldiers opened fire at them in Jenin camp.
Later, one of the wounded young men was pronounced dead by medical sources. He was identified as 19-year-old Shadi Najm.
A large number of those soldiers also stormed the house of the prisoner Jamal Abul-Haija and kidnapped his son Emad.
The IOF troops often carry out detention raids against Palestinians in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, claiming to arrest wanted Palestinians.