Two Palestinian young men were killed and three others were injured at dawn Wednesday after the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed Jenin city and its refugee camp, north of the occupied West Bank.
Local sources told the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that a large number of Israeli troops stormed Jenin, its refugee camp, and the towns of Burqin and Qabatiya, ransacked several homes and kidnapped four Palestinian citizens.
They added that the soldiers opened fire directly and indiscriminately at angry young men during skirmishes in Jenin and its refugee camp, killing two of them.
The slain young men were identified as 20-year-old Sa’ad Salah, from the eastern neighborhood of Jenin, and 17-year-old Aws Salameh, from Jenin camp.
Meanwhile, another military force stormed the nearby towns of Burqin and Qabatiya and kidnapped four Palestinians, including lawyer Abdullah Khalaf.
(Source / 12.07.2017)