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Siege update: one escapes; UAV crashes

This is a second real time report from the siege at the Balata refugee camp near Nablus on the West Bank (aka Occupied Palestine) where the IDF has located two major leaders of Al Aqsa in the last hours.

Most recently someone from inside has managed an escape from the siege point: identity of the escaped suspect is unknown.

Also, most recently, an IDF UAV being used to monitor the siege site has crashed near Nablus, reportedly on the home of a Palestinian journalist. The IDF is in pursuit of the wreck. However it is reported and confirmed that Palestinian civilians have found the contents of the drone, including film and/or recording devices, and they are attempting to get the contents to the Al Aqsa Martyr’s Brigade.

Meanwhile, the siege continues. It may be reaching a climax soon. The IDF is censoring battlefield reports: all details need confirmation, and as of yet it is impossible to confirm anything but general statements.

This is the fog of war in the dark in enemy territory up against the toughest hombres on the West Bank at a distance of seven thousand air miles via my source and his mobile phone sources when they turn their phones on (some are wanted men). Bumpy ride.

More soon, and a general recap and overview (UAV call your office) on my show later.

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