At least four terrorists killed, four arrested in IDF multi-pronged operation

September 26, 2021 by TPS
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At least four Hamas terrorists were killed and another four were arrested Saturday night during the IDF’s multi-pronged counter-terrorism operation at several locations in Judea and Samara.

IDF and police Special Forces operated in a number of cities throughout the region against Hamas’ terrorist infrastructure.

Palestinian Authority sources report four or five dead and another 10 wounded in the clashes.

Clashes occurred in the area of the PA city of Jenin in the villages of Kfar Da’an, Yabed, Kabatiya and Burkin.

In the village of Beit Anan near Ramallah, locals reported two deaths in a gun battle between terrorists and IDF forces, and the explosion of an agricultural structure.

IDF military activity was also reported in his village of Bidu.

One of the killed terrorists was identified as Osama Yaser Soboh, 22.

There were no Israeli casualties.

Recently, security tensions in Judea and Samaria have significantly increased, and according to PA sources, the death toll from IDF fire has reached 60 since May. The IDF has experienced several violent clashes with terrorists, mostly from the Islamic Jihad, in the Jenin area in the past months.

The IDF is preparing for a Hamas-led rocket attack on Israel in the coming hours.

IDF spokesman Ran Kochav stated Sunday morning that the IDF conducted five separate operations related to Hamas’ infrastructure.

“There is always a possibility that Hamas will try to respond. We are also prepared for the possibility of firing from the Gaza Strip,” he said.

Report by: Aryeh Savir and Baruch Yedid/TPS

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