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IDF Forces Come Under Fire in the Gaza Strip

IDF Forces Come Under Fire in the Gaza Strip

This afternoon, terrorists fired at an IDF position along the Israel-Egypt border, near Rafah.

IDF forces returned fire.

A short while later, terrorists fired at IDF forces near the Israeli community of Netzarim (northern Gaza Strip). IDF forces returned fire.

In addition, terrorists hurled an explosive device at IDF forces in Nablus.

No injuries or damage were reported in any of the above-mentioned attacks.

IDF forces carry out arrests

Last night, IDF forces arrested three Fatah operatives in Nablus. In Arabah, south-west of Jenin, IDF forces arrested two wanted Islamic Jihad operatives, and an Islamic Jihad operative in Aznah, south of Jenin.

In Safah, west of Ramallah, a wanted Palestinian was detained for questioning. IDF forces also arrested 7 wanted Palestinian in the Al-Umri refugee camp in Ramallah.

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