Israeli forces killed two Palestinians, one of which was critically injured, in the occupied West Bank during a raid on a refugee camp, the Palestinian health ministry said.
According to a statement from the Palestinian health ministry, Israeli forces “opened fire on the Jenin camp.”
Abdullah Hosari, according to Palestinian security sources, was the man killed in Jenin Camp.
He was a former prisoner, according to a Palestinian news agency.
A second man was “critically wounded in the head with live bullets,” Wafa said. He was rushed to a hospital for treatment but succumbed to his wounds.
Israeli forces killed a 14-year-old Palestinian boy last week, claiming he was throwing Molotov cocktails near Bethlehem.
In the West Bank, approximately 475,000 Jewish settlers coexist with 2.9 million Palestinians in settlements widely regarded as illegal under international law.