IDF unit comes under fire in Jenin; no injuries

By
May 20, 2014 11:13




An IDF unit conducting a counterterrorism mission in Jenin came under fire before dawn on Tuesday.
There were no injuries in the attack.

Palestinians also hurled Molotov cocktails and home-made explosives at hte soldiers. During searches of homes of suspects, soldiers uncovered a home-made bomb, knives, and ammunition, the army said.

Separately, the IDF arrested eight wanted security suspects in the West Bank. Raids were conducted in Jenin, Beit Ha'alfuqa, which lies southwest of Nablus, Jilzon, which is just north of Ramallah, and in Rafat, southeast of Qalqilya.

Related Content
Breaking news
October 24, 2017
Maryland joins nearly half of American states with anti-BDS laws

By MICHAEL WILNER

Israel Weather
  • 13 - 28
    Beer Sheva
    17 - 26
    Tel Aviv - Yafo
  • 14 - 24
    Jerusalem
    17 - 24
    Haifa
  • 20 - 31
    Elat
    18 - 30
    Tiberias