Cleared for publication: An IDF soldier was killed on Tuesday during operational activity in Jenin. The soldier was taken to hospital in critical condition for medical treatment, but was pronounced dead at the hospital • Full Story
Cleared for publication: An IDF soldier was killed on Tuesday during operational activity in Jenin. The soldier was taken to hospital in critical condition for medical treatment, but was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said, “This evening (Tuesday), a non-commissioned officer in combat service was killed by live fire during the operation against terrorist infrastructure in the Jenin Camp.”
“His family has been notified. The IDF sends its heartfelt condolences to the family and will continue to support them.”
Earlier it was reported that exchanges of gunfire broke out between armed terrorists and security forces near the government hospital in Jenin.
The director of the hospital, Wissam Abu Bakr, accused the forces “who could have taken another road to reach the refugee camp, but insist on passing in front of the hospital. We have contacted the Red Cross more than once about the shooting at the hospital, but the IDF does not respond to requests.”
Earlier it was reported that the security forces located and confiscated thousands of weapons in the refugee camp and the city of Jenin, including explosive charges, ammunition, weapons and explosives laboratories.
The IDF said that “more than 300 suspects will be interrogated, and 30 of them have been arrested. The forces located and raided 14 apartments belonging to suspects and war management rooms that were used for terrorism, six explosive laboratories that contained more than 300 charges, materials for making charges and additional IED, and three war management rooms that constituted a terrorist infrastructure.”
The message also stated, “Ten improvised land mines were confiscated, 24 M16 rifles, eight pistols and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. Hundreds of thousands of terrorist funds were confiscated and tens of kilograms of chemical material for making explosives. Six underground shafts and two munitions silos where many munitions were stored were located.”
Never Miss An Update
Join ChabadInfo's News Roundup and alerts for the HOTTEST Chabad news and updates!