Forces Operate in Jenin

For the second time in two days: special forces operate in the Jenin refugee camp

For the second time in 48 hours, special forces entered the Jenin refugee camp to arrest wanted persons. Palestinians report exchanges of fire and explosions apparently from improvised explosive devices (IEDs) used against the fighters

(Photo: IDF spokesman)

After a month without entry, this morning, for the second time in two days, special forces of the IDF and the police entered the Jenin refugee camp, against terrorist activists.

Palestinians are reporting exchanges of fire and explosions, most likely from explosive devices used against the fighters. After the tumultuous entry, large forces arrived to reinforce and block the approaches around the house where the terrorists are entrenched.

The entry of reinforcements into Jenin (use according to clause 27a)

According to reports, the fighters arrested the wanted man who turned himself in and they are leaving the place.

As previously mentioned, just a month ago, IDF forces entered the city of Jenin for the first time since Operation "Bayit V'Gan," during which an Islamic Jihad terrorist was killed. Additional reports indicate that several other terrorists were arrested in the incident.

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