Yahya Sinwar
Spotted Escaping Tunnel

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released a video showing Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and his family barely escaping the approaching IDF Forces in a Gaza tunnel. The IDF troops continue exploring the tunnel network under Khan Younis, Gaza searching for Sinwar and other Hamas leaders!

Yahya Sinwar running away and hiding in his underground terrorist tunnel network as Gazan civilians suffer above ground under the rule of Hamas terrorism. There is no tunnel deep enough for him to hide in: IDF


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Senior Hamas Terrorist
Seized by IDF in Jenin Raid

2/15/24 By Tim Buck


Israeli security forces arrested one of the leading Hamas terrorists in command of the terror group’s military infrastructure in the West Bank town of Jenin on Tuesday, according to an official statement.

In a joint operation of forces by the IDF, the Shin Bet, and the Border Police, including an undercover counter-terrorism unit, the arch-terrorist Omar Fayed was arrested in the town of Jenin in northern Samaria.

Fayed was recently involved in several shooting attacks against Israeli forces and was reportedly planning to carry out more such attacks. Upon his arrest, he was transferred for further questioning,

During the operation, Israeli forces identified a gunman in the area and opened fire at him. Two police officers were lightly injured by shrapnel and were evacuated to a hospital for medical treatment.

Earlier on Tuesday, IDF soldiers thwarted an attempted ramming attack near the Gush Etzion Junction, about 12 kilometers (7 miles) south of Jerusalem.

A Palestinian man attempted to drive his car into several people waiting at a bus stop. After he missed them, the driver then tried to flee the scene.

Israeli soldiers later caught up with him near the settlement of Elazar. They shot the man, injuring him, and arrested him before taking him to a hospital, the IDF reported. Soldiers later found a knife in the car.

Tuesday’s rare daytime raid follows Monday’s statement that Israeli security forces arrested 17 terror suspects throughout Judea and Samaria in overnight raids.

In the village of Tell in Samaria, IDF troops arrested seven wanted persons and confiscated military equipment found during searches of their homes.

Overnight from Sunday to Monday, IDF soldiers also thwarted an attempted stabbing attack near the village of Hussan and eliminated the would-be terrorist.

Since the start of the war against Hamas terrorists, which began on Oct. 7, the IDF has increased its forces in the West Bank to counteract Hamas’ efforts to set the area ablaze with incitement and terror attacks.

So far, over 3,080 wanted persons have been arrested throughout Judea and Samaria, including 1,350 known associates of the terrorist organization Hamas.


Terrorism in the West Bank


Fighting continues daily in the West Bank as the IDF seeks to root out Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), and a host of other terror groups.

The stronghold of West Bank terrorism is the town of Jenin (Northern Samaria), West Bank.

People think that Israel’s greatest threats are in the south and north of the country, but it’s quite possible that another October 7-like massacre could break out almost anytime in the West Bank. There’s several reasons for this.

First, the will is there. Most Palestinians, wherever they’re from, tend to support Hamas.

Second, the ability is there. The West Bank has been heavily weaponized through Iranian smuggling channels over the years. If there were an attack, there would be no shortage of guns or ammunition.

Lastly, the hostile attitude of the U.S. and Europe against Jews living in the West Bank emboldens the Palestinians living there, giving them an excuse to attack. As they’ve decided to do with Hamas, Israel seems to have decided, it’s time to try to clean out the terrorist pockets in the West Bank before its too late.