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The Jerusalem Post has reported that an alleged Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) operative identified as Ahmed Al-Saadi was supposedly killed during a joint Israeli Defence Force (IDP) and Border Police operation in the Palestinian city of Jenin on Saturday morning. The operation – part of the ongoing ‘break the wave’ campaign targeting terrorist activity involved military engineers and commando units.

During the operation on 9 April 2022, Israeli forces arrested two suspects involved in an alleged terrorist attack in Tel Aviv on Thursday that killed three Israeli men aged 30 to 35 years. A third alleged operative was taken for medical treatment after being injured during the firefight.

According to the Jerusalem Post, at least 13 others were injured during a gun battle between the Palestinian operatives and the IDP with three seriously injured.

The operation is in response to ongoing attacks in the region with the Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett giving security forces ‘full freedom’ to act stating, ‘there are not and will not be limits for this war’.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas released a statement after the Thursday night attack in which he reportedly condemned “the killing of Israeli civilians” and warned that “killing of Palestinian and Israeli civilians only leads to a further deterioration of the situation”.

The PIJ has been listed as a terrorist group by the Australian Government since 3 May 2004. It has been described by the Australian Government as a ‘religiously and ideologically motivated violent extremist organisation that fuses Sunni Islamic and Palestinian nationalist objectives.’ The PIJ is said to operate primarily in Gaza, with offices in the Middle East, Syria, and Lebanon.

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