IOF injure four Palestinian youths during Aqabat Jaber raid
The IOF also took photos of the house of Palestinian prisoner Maher Shalloun and its measurements in preparation for its demolition.
Four Palestinian youths were wounded on Monday by Israeli gunfire, and another was arrested, after Israeli occupation forces stormed the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, south of Areeha, in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.
The agency cited local sources as saying that the injured youths were transferred to Areeha Governmental Hospital and are in stable condition.
The report indicated that the occupation forces took photos of the house of Palestinian prisoner Maher Shalloun and took its measurements in preparation for its demolition, claiming that the prisoner was involved in an alleged shooting attack near Areeha two weeks ago that killed an Israeli soldier.
Last Wednesday, Israeli occupation forces stormed Aqabet Jaber and arrested Shalloun, 44, after imposing a siege on the camp following two simultaneous shooting operations that took place in two areas in Areeha.
Following the raid, the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed the martyrdom of Mahmoud Jamal Hamdan, 22, who succumbed to critical injuries he sustained from live bullets shot by Israeli occupation forces.
Read more: IOF demolish mosque in occupied West Bank