Israeli occupation forces storm the Jenin refugee camp and besiege a house in it, amid intense overflight of Israeli warplanes.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health on Tuesday confirmed that eight Palestinians were wounded and transported to the hospital after they were shot in the limps by Israeli occupation gunfire.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in Palestine reported that Israeli occupation special forces stormed the Jenin refugee camp in the northern occupied West Bank, and violent confrontations broke out between Palestinian Resistance fighters and the occupation forces.
Our correspondent said sirens sounded in the camp after occupation forces stormed it.
WAFA correspondent highlighted that among the injured was a 68-year-old Palestinian woman, who was shot in the hand, adding that a paramedic was also injured with shrapnel.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health said the paramedic was injured after Israeli occupation forces opened fire on an ambulance vehicle.
According to WAFA, Israeli occupation forces prevented Red Crescent staff from entering the camp to help the casualties and opened fire on an ambulance.
WAFA correspondent mentioned that the occupation soldiers surrounded a house in the camp amid overflights of the occupation warplanes.
The Jenin Brigade of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades said an Israeli special force attempted to storm into the heart of the Jenin camp, but it was discovered and targeted with gunfire.
Al Mayadeen correspondent said the occupation forces withdrew from Jenin after arresting three youths under the pretext of planning to launch an attack.