Israeli special forces raided Jenin refugee camp, a Palestinian gunman shot a settler in Sheikh Jarrah, and arrests and home demolitions remain the order of the day.

Israeli special forces raided the Jenin refugee camp on Tuesday, April 18. At least eight Palestinians were injured during the raid, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health; no fatalities were reported. Among those injured with live ammunition was a 68-year-old Palestinian woman who was shot in the hand, Wafa news reported. A paramedic was also reportedly injured with shrapnel, and Israeli forces reportedly prevented paramedics from entering the camp, even shooting at an ambulance. According to Israeli media, three Palestinians were arrested during the raid on “suspicion of possessing weapons.”

Two Israeli settlers were injured in a shooting in the occupied Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah on Tuesday April 18. CCTV footage released by Israeli police show a gunman approaching a vehicle before opening fire on it and fleeing the scene. Following the shooting Israeli forces embarked on a widespread manhunt, searching the homes of Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah.

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