Israeli occupation forces launched a violent raid on the city of Jenin and its refugee camp on Monday, firing missiles at a residential building and shooting at a hospital, local sources reported.
Witnesses said the Israeli occupation forces fired two missiles at a three-story building in Jenin refugee camp after forcing its inhabitants to evacuate. The missiles destroyed the top floor of the building, which contained six apartments, according to the owner.
The Israeli occupation forces also opened fire at the emergency department of Ibn Sina Hospital, which is located near the camp, injuring several patients and medical staff, the sources added.
The sources said the Israeli forces used civilians as human shields during their incursion into the camp, which sparked clashes with the residents. Several Palestinians were arrested and others were injured by live bullets and tear gas.
The Israeli raid came as part of a series of attacks on Palestinian cities and villages in the occupied West Bank, amid escalating tensions and violence.