On Monday, Israeli forces stormed and threw short-range explosives into a Palestinian emergency clinic in the West Bank city of Tulkarm.

The head of the clinic, Haitham Shadid, revealed that he and the clinic staff were stunned when the Israeli forces attacked the medical clinic's yards and the outpatient department hall at 3:30 in the morning. Moreover, they threw blackout bombs inside.
The attack spread terror among medical staff and patients, especially children and elderly patients.

However, no injuries were recorded in the attack.

The Palestinian Minister of Health, May Al-Kailah, criticized the attack, describing it as another Israeli mistake that ignores every global agreement and international Geneva conventions.

She drew attention to the fact that this is the third attack by Israeli forces on Palestinian medical clinics in less than a month. Israeli forces attacked Al-Durra Hospital in the Gaza Strip, Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah, and Thabet Hospital in Tulkarm.