Sirens sound in settlements of Gaza envelope: Israeli media
Israeli media confirms that sirens have sounded in the settlements of the Gaza envelope, and an Al Mayadeen correspondent reports that sirens are sounding in "Kissufim" and Al-Ain Al-Thalithah.
Early warning systems were sounded in the "Kissufim" and "Al-Ain Al-Thalithah" settlements, an Al Mayadeen correspondent in the Gaza Strip reported on Thursday evening.
For its part, Israeli media reported that "the sirens sounded in the Gaza envelope," noting that it is possible that rockets would be launched from the Strip toward the occupied territories.
"At least one rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip towards the settlements adjacent to it," the Israeli Channel 12 said.
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In the wake of the Israeli occupation forces killing two senior Islamic Jihad (PIJ) figures in Jenin, occupied West Bank, the Palestinian group issued a statement earlier today condemning the IOF's actions and vowing revenge.
"The blood of martyr Farouk Salameh will open the gates of hell for the occupation's leaders," PIJ said in a statement after the IOF killed senior officials during confrontations in the Jenin refugee camp of the West Bank.
"The cowardly assassination will not break the will of our freedom fighters in the Jenin Brigade," the PIJ added. The murder "will constitute a motive to continue holding the first line of defense for our land and people, avenge the blood of our martyrs, and we will not rest until the occupation perishes."
The PIJ had issued a statement mourning the two martyrs, Farouk Jamil Salameh and Mohammad Samer Khalouf, who were martyred during an IOF raid on the Jenin refugee camp earlier in the day.
Al Mayadeen correspondent had reported earlier in the day that confrontations took place between Palestinian freedom fighters and the Israeli occupation forces in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp.
The Palestinian ministry of health announced at a later time that the confrontations led to the martyrdom of two Palestinians in Jenin and left four others injured.
Farouk Salameh, 28, arrived at the Jenin government hospital in critical condition after sustaining bullet wounds to the abdomen, chest, and head, the Palestinian health ministry said.
Though he was given medical attention, all attempts at rescuing him failed and he was pronounced dead at the hospital, the health ministry added.
With the two martyrs in Jenin, the toll rose to four martyrs in one day after Amer Bader Halabiyeh (20 years old) from Hanina and Mahmoud Khalil Rayan (42 years old) from Beit Duqqu were brutally killed by the Israeli occupation forces.