Al Jazeera’s correspondent reported that a Palestinian was martyred and 5 others were injured by Israeli occupation forces’ bullets during their storming of Jenin.
Local sources reported that more than 30 military vehicles stormed the city, while sniper teams were deployed on the roofs of a number of buildings overlooking the Jenin camp.
Al Jazeera’s correspondent said that an Israeli plane bombed a house in the city, and that violent clashes with weapons were taking place between members of the resistance and the occupation forces in the vicinity of the camp and Ibn Sina Hospital in the city.
For its part, the Jenin Brigade, affiliated with the Al-Quds Brigades, said that its fighters were carrying out operations to disrupt and damage enemy vehicles on the outskirts of the camp.
The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades also said that its fighters targeted the occupation forces in the camp with bullets and explosive devices.
Local sources told the Palestinian News Agency (Wafa) that the Israeli occupation forces stormed the city of Jenin with more than 100 military vehicles from several directions, accompanied by two military bulldozers, and surrounded the vicinity of Ibn Sina Hospital, coinciding with the flight of a reconnaissance drone over the city.
The Red Crescent Society reported that two young men were injured by live bullets in the chest, abdomen, and limbs, and a third by bullet fragments.
Director of Jenin Governmental Hospital, Wissam Bakr, told the Palestinian Agency that the young man, Amir Abdullah Sharbaji, died as a result of his serious injury from live bullets.
The occupation forces ran over a young man with a military vehicle, and he was taken to Ibn Sina Hospital.
The occupation bulldozers began bulldozing the streets and infrastructure in the streets of the city of Jenin. They also bulldozed the streets leading to the camp and placed dirt barriers, in an attempt to isolate the camp from the city.
The occupation military bulldozers also deliberately destroyed a number of civilian vehicles, and the occupation forces seized two civilian vehicles.