'Israeli' forces withdraw from Jenin after eight-hour siege


Published: 2024-02-21 09:00

Last Updated: 2024-05-25 17:36

'Israeli' forces withdraw from Jenin after eight-hour siege
'Israeli' forces withdraw from Jenin after eight-hour siege

The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) withdrew completely from the city and camp of Jenin in the northern West Bank on Wednesday morning, after eight hours of armed clashes between Palestinian fighters and IOF,  Roya's correspondent reported.

During the IOF's raid on Jenin camp on Tuesday evening, the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, announced that they had set up an ambush for the IOF.

This led to armed clashes between Palestinian resistance fighters and the IOF within Jenin camp, resulting in the martyrdom of three Palestinians by Israeli Occupation gunfire, as reported by sources on the ground.

In response to the Israeli Occupation's aggression, the resistance announced the detonation of three explosive devices targeting the invading IOF in Jenin city.

Additionally, the IOF conducted raids in Al-Samu' town south of Hebron, where they searched several homes.

Meanwhile, the Israeli Occupation intensifies its raids on Palestinian cities and camps, alongside carrying out arrest operations of Palestinians from various towns in the West Bank.

Since the commencement of Operation Aqsa Typhoon and the start of the Israeli Occupation's aggression on Gaza, the occupation has escalated its military operations in the West Bank, increasing its raids and incursions into Palestinian cities, towns, and camps. This has resulted in hundreds of martyrs and thousands of wounded, according to reports from the Palestinian Ministry of Health.