and Dead, Destruction in Jenin
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|An Israeli soldier walks
through the destroyed Jenin refugee camp after the Israeli army entered
||Palestinians break the
Israeli imposed curfew to walk through what used to be their homes in
the Jenin refugee camp, Monday, April 15.
||A Palestinian woman wanders
through the rubble of the demolished main square in the Jenin refugee
camp in the West Bank, April 15. Some defiant, some dazed, hundreds of
Palestinians emerged from wrecked homes in the Jenin camp.
|An Israeli soldier tank
is seen near demolished houses in the Jenin refugee camp, where the fiercest
fighting occurred, in the northern West Bank, Sunday, April 14. Israeli
forces retained tight control of the camp and surrounding towns and villages,
as part of the military offensive launched on March 29 to track down and
eliminate Palestinian "militants" and their networks.
||Palestinians break the Israeli
imposed curfew to walk through what used to be their homes in the Jenin
refugee camp Monday, April 15. Using helicopter gunships, tanks, and bulldozers,
Israeli forces took tight control of the camp and the surrounding areas
as part of a military offensive, that began March 29.
||Palestine women picking
up items from the rubble, once their house was stood.
|Israeli soldiers are seen
atop armoured personnel carriers parked at Salem village in the outskirts
of Jenin area, before advancing towards the Jenin refugee camp in the
northern West Bank, Monday April 15.
||In this handout picture
made available by the Israeli Government Press Office, sitting from left,
Minister without portfolio Effie Eitam, Israeli army Chief of Staff Shaul
Mofaz, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Defense Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer
listen to a brief by an unidentified army officer during a tour of an
army base outside the West Bank town of Jenin, Wednesday, April 10.
||Israeli forces retained
tight control of the camp and surrounding towns and villages, as part
of the military offensive launched on March 29, capturing several towns,confiscating
weaponry and detaining at least 4,000 Palestinians.
|A Palestinian boy wanders
through the rubble of his demolished house in the Jenin refugee camp in
the West Bank, April 15, 2002.
||Palestinian women and children
wait to cross the Qalandia checkpoint on the road from Ramallah to Jerusalem,
April 15. The West Bank cities of Ramallah, Jenin, Nablus and Bethlehem
remain under Israeli military curfew, along with several refugee camps
||Palestinian teenage boys,
backdropped by patrolling Israeli soldiers atop an armored personnel carrier,
walk to the school of the northern West Bank village of Burkin, near Jenin
refugee camp, to have their documents checked by Israeli forces Saturday
April 13. Burkin residents said about 75 families had fled the Jenin refugee
camp and taken shelter in the village after Israel launched its military
offensiveon March 29
|A Palestinian woman looks
at dead bodies in a house in the refugee camp in the West Bank town of
Jenin April 13.
||The charred remains of the
head of a Palestinian emerge from the rubble of a house that was destroyed
by Israeli armed forces in the heart of the Jenin refugee camp, Saturday,
||The burned remains of a
Palestinian boy lay amidst toys in a house destroyed by Israeli soldiers
in the Jenin refugee camp Saturday, April 13.
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