A fierce gun battle broke out between the Israeli forces and Palestinian militants late on Wednesday near the Palestinian town of Jenin.
The Palestinian health ministry confirmed a Palestinian was killed in the operation, naming him as Ahmed Ismail Jarrar, 31. The operation ended with the demolition of the building housing the suspects. "Palestinian rioters hurled IEDs, blocks and rocks and fired at the forces".
Palestinian witnesses said they saw at least two Palestinians arrested, with clashes continuing today.
Ms Tamimi's lawyer Gaby Lasky told the ABC she was disappointed her client was not released saying the ruling showed "there was one law for Israelis and one for Palestinians".
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on a visit to India, said in a statement that "we will track down all who attack us and we will hold them accountable".
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22-year-old Ahmad Jarrar, the commander of the terror unit that carried out the murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach in Havat Gilad last week, was killed during Thursday night's raid in Jenin.
Some 600,000 Israeli settlers live in the West Bank and annexed east Jerusalem alongside almost three million Palestinians.
Seventeen Palestinians and one Israeli have been killed in the tumult that has resulted from President Trump's December 6 announcement.
Three days ago Palestinians from various villages in the occupied West Bank who gathered in Nabi Saleh to demand the release of Tamini and her mother were chased by Israeli forces who used teargas to disperse the crowd.
Eighteen Palestinians have been killed since Trump's declaration, a lot of them by Israeli occupation forces during protests against Israel's occupation.