The raid and air strikes launched by the Israeli forces on the Jenin Refugee Camp last night have entered their second day.
While the number of Palestinians who lost their lives in the attacks increased to 10, about 100 people were injured, 20 of them seriously.
In a written statement, the Palestinian Ministry of Health noted that another Palestinian was killed by Israeli soldiers in the Merc bin Amir region this morning.
Explosions are frequently heard in the area, where Israel continues to be surrounded by a large number of soldiers, armored vehicles, bulldozers and unmanned aerial vehicles.
On the other hand, in a written statement made by the Israeli army, it was reported that the army and the Internal Intelligence Agency Shin-Bet (Shabak) continued their military activities in Jenin and Jenin Refugee Camp.
In the statement, it was noted that the army carried out 20 airstrikes, of which about half were attacks on open areas to allow troops to move, while the remaining attacks were carried out to eliminate threats in the surrounding area.
Emphasizing that the army forces continued their military activities throughout the night, it was stated that a place used to store explosives, two combat operations management rooms and some explosives were found and destroyed.