Exchange of Fire in the Nablus Area

A wanted man opened fire on Haruv fighters and was killed

A force of the Haruv Patrol encountered disturbances in the Nablus area that turned into an exchange of fire. The fighters returned fire and hit Amir Khalifa, commander of Fatah's Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the Al Ain refugee camp. He was wanted for a long time

(Photo: IDF spokesman)

A successful operation by a Haruv patrol in the Nablus area killed a commander in Fatah's al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades.

Yesterday, during a patrol by soldiers of the Haruv Patrol from the Kfir Brigade, fire was opened at them in the area of ​​the Zoata Bypass Junction. The fighters returned fire with precision and hit Amir Khalifa, a resident of the Al Ain refugee camp and commander of the local Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Battalions.

Khalifa was seriously injured in the head and died of his injuries shortly afterwards.

The Palestinian media say that he was wanted by Israel for a long time.

The IDF has not yet responded about the incident.

A wanted man was arrested in Jericho

In the meantime, it was permitted to publish that the fighters of Unit 33 (the Gideons) in Blade 433, in cooperation with the General Security Service and the IDF, foiled a terrorist attack a week ago and arrested a 21-year-old suspect in Jericho who was suspected of intending to carry out an attack in Israel. The fighters arrested the wanted man at his home, along with other suspects.

During the focused and determined operational activity, shots were fired towards the fighters, all the fighters were unharmed.


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