Israeli Air Force craft struck terror squads attacking troops in a Palestinian refugee camp near Tulkarm on Saturday night, the IDF confirmed on Sunday morning.
The IDF said that soldiers who entered the Nur Shams camp were fired on by Palestinians who also dropped explosives.
A least four terrorists were killed in the airstrike, the army said.
During the raid, combat engineers uncovered and neutralized improvised explosive devices planted under and along the roads.
Soldiers also located a bomb inside a medical clinic.
Four Palestinians wanted on terrorism charges were arrested and guns in their possession were confiscated.
Since Oct. 7, around 2,400 Palestinian terrorism suspects have been arrested throughout Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley, of whom 1,200 are associated with Hamas.
IDF summarizes major counterterror op in Jenin
Last week, IDF troops conducted a major multi-day operational activity in Jenin, arresting dozens of Palestinian terrorism suspects over around 60 hours.
The IDF said after the counterterror raid was completed on Dec. 14 that 60 wanted Palestinians were detained, hundreds of buildings were scanned and 50 weapons and explosive devices were confiscated.
In addition, more than 10 tunnel shafts were located, along with seven labs used to manufacture explosive devices and five war rooms used by local terror operatives to monitor IDF operations.
The IDF also said that it carried out two drone strikes and that 10 armed Palestinians were killed during the raid, including seven in drone strikes, and several were wounded.
Seven IDF soldiers were lightly wounded in the raid.