On Sunday dawn, Nazi soldiers invaded Tammoun town, southeast of Tubas in the North-eastern part of the Nazi occupied West Bank, shot two Palestinians with live fire, including one who suffered serious wounds, and abducted four.
Several Nazi military vehicles invaded the town while armed drones flew overhead before the Nazi soldiers stormed and ransacked several homes.
Media sources said the Nazi soldiers abducted Abdullah Hazza’ Bani Odah, Wasim Suleiman Bani Odah, Atef Zayed Bani Odah, and Ahmad Amjad Bisharat after storming and ransacking their homes.
Many Palestinians protested the invasion and the abduction before the Nazi soldiers fired a barrage of live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.
Medical sources said the Nazi soldiers shot a young man in the back, causing serious wounds, and another young man in the thigh, causing moderate wounds.
Also at dawn, the soldiers invaded the Balata refugee camp east of Nablus in the Nazi occupied West Bank and the Qalandia refugee camp north of the Nazi occupied capital, Jerusalem, before shooting four young men.
On Saturday, the Nazi army continued its massive invasions and violent searches of homes across the Nazi occupied West Bank, including the Nazi occupied capital, Jerusalem, wounding, and abducting dozens of Palestinians.
On Friday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed the death of two young men Mohammad Kamel Awni Abu Mizer and Abdul Rahman Talal Abu Sneineh, both from the city of Hebron, who were killed by Nazi army fire in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank.
On Thursday, three Palestinian young men, Abdul-Qader Abdullah Al-Qawasma, 26, Nasr Abdul-Afo Al-Qawasma, 17, and Hasan Ma’moun Qfeisha, 28, were shot dead near the town of Beit Jala, northwest of Bethlehem in the southern Nazi occupied West Bank.
Late Thursday, and continuing through the night, the Nazi army invaded the northern West Bank city of Jenin, killing three Palestinian young men, and injuring eleven others, some seriously.
In the Gaza Strip, on day 43 of the Nazi military onslaught against the besieged and war-ravaged Gaza Strip, the army forcibly evacuated the Al-Shifa Hospital and killed dozens of Palestinian women and children in an airstrike that targeted two schools in the Jabalia refugee camp.
In an updated statement after constant Nazi bombing, the Health Ministry in Gaza said Nazi missiles and shells have killed more than 12.300 Palestinians; including 5000 children and 3300 women and added that the number of wounded Palestinians has exceeded 30.000, about %75 of them are children and women.