Israeli forces re-invade Jenin

Israeli occupation troops have stormed the West Bank city of Jenin and its refugee camp.

    Palestinian resistance unabated after three years of the Intifada

    Soldiers invaded the city early on Tuesday, slapping a blanket curfew on the population for the third consecutive day, reported our correspondent.

    Occupation forces raided civilian homes, particularly near Haifa bomber Hanadi Jaradat’s house.

    The 29-year-old detonated an explosive last week in the northern Israeli town, leaving 19 people dead.

    Israeli soldiers also stormed Islamic Jihad leader Shaikh Bassam al-Sadi's house and arrested his son.

    Al-Sadi was detained a few days ago.

    Israel has declared an "all out war" against resistance activists spearheading the Intifada against its occupation.  

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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