Hundreds of Palestinians on Friday attended the funeral of the 14 Palestinians killed yesterday during Israeli raids at Jenin refugee camp.
The health ministry said in a statement 14 Palestinians were killed in Jenin -- the highest West Bank death toll from a single Israeli raid since 2005, according to United Nations records.
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said one of its paramedics was shot in the back when an ambulance was targeted during the Israeli army raid.
Separately, four Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces elsewhere in the West Bank, including in Balata refugee camp near Nablus, Al-Amari refugee camp near Ramallah and Beit Fajar and Dura in the southern West Bank.
Israeli forces in Jenin have killed dozens of Palestinians in recent months, particularly in the city's refugee camp.
Since war erupted on October 7 between Israel and Hamas resistance group in the Gaza Strip, Israeli forces have arrested more than 2,000 Palestinians across the West Bank and the annexed east Jerusalem.
The Gaza war began with attacks on October 7 by Gaza-based Hamas militants, which Israeli officials say killed more than 1,400 people.
Vowing to crush Hamas in response, Israel launched intense air strikes and a ground invasion of Gaza, killing more than 11,500 people, mostly civilians. Almost of them are children.