One suspect was killed and other Palestinians were arrested in the West Bank town of Jenin, according to a statement by Israel's Shin Bet security services.
At the time, the army said the jeep flipped over a wall as its driver pursued Ghneimat, who Israeli officials said had tossed a firebomb at the jeep.
However, a few hours later, the health ministry said it had been mistaken, and that a different man, older and with a similar name, had been killed: Ahmad Ismail Muhammad Jarrar, 31.
She said she saw a dead body in the front yard as she walked out, and asked the troops who it was, but wasn't given an answer.
Khitam Jarrar said soldiers fired rockets at the house and then demolished it with bulldozers after it was evacuated.
According to Wafa, the official Palestinian news agency, Jarrar used an automatic weapon to fire at the Israeli soldiers.More news: Interserve shares plunge on monitoring reports
Israeli special forces surrounded the house which belonged to the late leader of the al-Qassam Brigades, Sheikh Nasser Jarrar, and armed clashes took place with at least one person inside the targeted house.
In addition to the threats aimed at Jarrar, Liberman claimed that Hamas is now in a tattered state in Gaza, where it rules, and is therefore trying to arrange terror attacks in the West Bank such as the January 9 drive-by shooting outside Havat Gilad that killed Shevach.
"We will soon get to that same terrorist who managed to escape and settle an account with him". Police units remained in the area in search of additional suspects.
Hamas Spokesman Abdel Latif al-Qanou posted a statement on Thursday claiming that the incident "could not have happened without information sharing and...security coordination,"& and demanding that such "criminal" coordination between Israel and the PA "be ended".
For his part, Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum stated that all the equations which the occupation tried to impose on the West Bank during the past years collapsed in face of Jenin battle heroes' insistence.