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Balata refugee camp turning to another ‘stronghold’ for resistance in West Bank after Jenin

Jenin,(The Palestine Information Centre)Balata refugee camp, located near the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, is reportedly turning into another stronghold for Palestinian resistance fighters just like the Jenin refugee camp, causing serious concern for the Israeli regime’s authorities and its occupation forces.

The western part of the Jordan River has over the past year been the scene of heavy clashes, even more fierce than in the first and second Intifada.

Reports by the witnesses attest to the widespread use of firearms against Israeli soldiers and settlers in retaliatory attacks by Palestinians and the emergence of armed resistance groups with different names and designations.

The apex of the Palestinian resistance was manifested after Israel launched a large-scale military campaign against Jenin in the early hours of July 3.

The Tel Aviv regime mobilized upwards of 1,000 troops as a means of supposedly damaging the resistance “infrastructure” in the city and the refugee camp that it hosts. At least 12 Palestinians and one Israeli trooper died as a result of the conflict, during which a steadfast Palestinian resistance response prompted the regime to pull out its forces after less than two days.

An assortment of Palestinian resistance groups and factions threw their weight behind Jenin Brigade in its battle in the occupied West Bank city, including the armed wings of the Gaza-based resistance movements of Hamas and the Islamic Jihad.

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