Special forces launch security, arms raids in Jenin

Riot breaks out near scene of raid, Palestinians hurl explosives, fire shots; No injuries reported.

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October 4, 2015 10:04
Explosives found in Jenin raid

Explosives found in Jenin raid. (photo credit: IDF)

 
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The elite Duvdevan unit conducted counter-terrorism and arms raids in the Jenin refugee camp overnight between Saturday and Sunday, arresting two terror suspects, and seizing an M-16 assault rifle and explosive devices.

During the mission, the unit surrounded a location due to a suspicion that an armed suspected had barricaded himself inside.

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Actions by the army resulted in a fire breaking out in the building. Soldiers then entered, and found a number of explosive devices.

A riot erupted nearby, in which Palestinians hurled explosive devices at the unit. Soldiers also heard shots fired in their vicinity.

The unit left the area on Sunday morning.


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