The Palestinian Resistance fighters in Jenin, West Bank, clashed with the Israeli occupation forces which had attacked the camp and claimed four martyrs as well as 20 injuries.
Supported by the air force, the Israeli occupation troops stormed the camp and attacked the safe Palestinians.
Jenin Brigades announced confronting the Zionist attack and inflicting direct losses upon the enemy forces.
Eyewitnesses confirmed that the Zionist soldiers hit by the Resistance gunshots and IED explosions were heard screaming.
The Zionist media indicated that the occupation forces arrested two Palestinians before withdrawing from the camp.
The Israeli media also reported that sirens were sounded in the Hasmonean settlement, west of occupied Ramallah, on suspicion of armed infiltration.