Israeli forces stormed the Jenin refugee camp, on Friday morning, bombed a Palestinian civilian home and injured at least thirteen Palestinians, one critically, and detained one, according to local sources.
Soldiers stormed the camp and employed snipers who opened live fire at residents, which triggered exchange of fire with armed Palestinian resistance fighters in the area.
According to the Ministry of Health, at least 13 Palestinians were injured, including a critical gunshot wound to the stomach, in addition to one who was shot in the chest.
The critically wounded young man was identified as Daoud Al-Zubaidi, a former prisoner and the brother of prisoner Zakaria Al-Zubaidi, who was one of the six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from the Israeli Gilboa prison in September of 2021.
Al-Zubaidi was shot with a live round in the abdomen, sustaining life-threatening wounds. He was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Ibn Sina Hospital in Jenin, according to Jani Gokha, the director of the hospital.
Meanwhile, sources stated that soldiers driving a military vehicle deliberately rammed another young man, he was transferred to hospital.
It was noted that soldiers opened fire at an ambulance during the military incursion, and prevented medical crews from attending to the wounded civilians.
Furthermore, the army detained the former prisoner Mahmoud Al-Deb’i after bombing his family home. Sources originally stated that Anas Al-Deb’i was also detained, but updates show that just one member of the family was detained.
After besieging and bombing the home, and injuring many young men, the soldiers finally retreated from the refugee camp.
The identities and conditions of all the injured young men was unknown at the time of this report.