Occupation forces withdraw from Jenin after confrontations
Occupation forces stormed the Jenin camp and detained several young men, but the Palestinians confronted them and forced them to withdraw from the area.
Palestinian media reported that the occupation forces stormed the city of Jenin Wednesday morning, while Palestinian youths confronted them with gunfire.
More than 50 military vehicles stormed Jenin and its camp, triggering violent confrontations between the resistance and occupation forces.
Earlier today, the Jenin Brigade stated that its fighters "are engaged in violent confrontations with the occupation forces."
The Israeli occupation forces arrested a young man from Jenin camp and carried out arrests against young men in the village of Anin, west of Jenin.
Security and local sources told Palestinian news agency Wafa that occupation forces stormed the camp, and deployed their snipers on several rooftops, amid an intense flight of reconnaissance planes in the sky of the camp.
The same sources added that the occupation forces arrested the young Osayd Turkman, after raiding his family home amid confrontations.
In a series of crimes committed by the occupation, Daoud Al-Zubaidi, a liberated Palestinian prisoner, was martyred on Sunday in an Israeli occupation hospital in Haifa due to the injuries he sustained at the hands of the Israeli occupation forces in Jenin Camp, occupied West Bank, a few days earlier.