World West Bank: a Palestinian killed by Israeli forces
Three killed in Israel Jenin raid: Palestinian ministry
An Israeli raid targeting alleged militants in a West Bank flashpoint killed three Palestinians Wednesday, including the brother of a man blamed for a deadly attack in Tel Aviv. Since March, Israel has launched hundreds of operations in the northern West Bank, including in Jenin and nearby Nablus, in pursuit of alleged militants. The raids have sparked clashes that have killed dozens of Palestinians, including fighters.Israel has occupied the West Bank since the Six-Day War of 1967 but parts of the territory are nominally controlled by the Palestinian Authority, in accordance with terms set out in the 1994 Oslo peace accords.
The Israeli army said that she had opened fire towards a "suspect" when she was carrying out a routine operation.
The Israeli forces killed a Palestinian linked to an armed faction in Nablus on Sunday, September 25, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced. This big city in the north of occupied West Bank is.
The Israeli army said it had opened fire towards a "suspect" when she was carrying out a routine operation. "Israeli soldiers have identified armed suspects aboard a vehicle and on a motorcycle that circulated near Naplus. Soldiers responded by opening fire on these suspects, some of whom were touched by bullet," said the army Questioned by AFP.
The Palestinian Ministry has identified the young man killed as Said Al-Koni, a member of a local faction called "The Lions of the Slender", said in a statement this new armed group which coalizes young people from Islamic jihad, Hamas and Fatah but also others without affiliation. Dozens of Palestinians, including members of armed groups, were killed in the occupied West Bank in the Israeli army operations which have multiplied in the wake of a series of anti-Israeli attacks from March.
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