Renewed clashes in the West Bank Friday morning resulted in the deaths of militants belonging to al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
A rising trend in Palestinian militant activity in the West Bank has been ongoing since last year. Nascent organizations have been established as a method to counter IDF troops operating in the West Bank.
One day before Quds Day, Palestinian Islamic Jihad unveiled a new drone called “Jenin.”
Amid clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque and curbing the recent wave of high-profile terrorist attacks, Israel responded with airstrikes in Gaza after two nights of rockets attacks by Palestinian militant groups.
West Bank militant groups have reorganized and established the Hizam al-Nar Joint Operations Room to disrupt IDF military activity.
Suicide bombers from al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades make an appearance at a ceremony in the West Bank Friday night.
The May conflict in Gaza and the recent escape of militants from an Israeli prison have spurred militant groups to become more active in the West Bank.
Hamas held a press conference in English explaining why they train children and teenagers at their military summer camps.