Senior IOF official gravely injured during Jenin attack: Israeli media
Israeli media says the officer injured during the IOF's assassination of the resistance fighters in Jenin was a lieutenant colonel in the Israeli occupation forces.
The IOF officer injured during the late Friday confrontations in Jenin is a senior official in the "counterterrorism unit" of the Israeli occupation forces, Israeli media reported Saturday.
Commenting on the incident, Yedioth Ahronoth military affairs commentator Yossi Yehoshua said the official is a lieutenant colonel who heads the "counterterrorism unit and was injured last night supervised highly dangerous operations."
Yehoshua clarified that the officer killed the Palestinian behind the operation in the Burkan settlement in occupied Palestine (2018), "the cell of gunmen who carried out attacks in Giv'at Ze'ev and Ofra (late 2018), the killer of IOF soldier Ron Yitzhak (2017), and he also captured [...] the Palestinians who escaped from Gilboa prison."
The Israeli occupation forces murdered on Saturday dawn three Palestinian resistance fighters in Jenin, the occupied West Bank, and they were mourned by Palestinian Islamic Jihad's armed wing, Al-Quds Brigades.
Palestinian media reported that the Israeli occupation forces prohibited the Palestinian Red Crescent from reaching the scene, and the IOF later told local media they had no intention of handing over their bodies to their families.
In response, Hamas official Mushir Al-Masri told Al Mayadeen that the coming Palestinian operations would be greater than their predecessors, and "the occupation must not test us."