‘Armed’ Palestinian killed by Israeli security guards in West Bank

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Israeli security guards killed a Palestinian man near a settlement in the occupied West Bank, reported Sunday 29 January Palestinian Ministry of Health. Karam Ali Ahmed Salman, 18, was killed by “Israeli occupation near the Kedumim settlement”, the ministry said. The Israeli army reported that a “civil defense team” fired on a person “armed with a gun” Near this settlement in the northern West Bank. Follow us live.

Benjamin Netanyahu returns to power In December with the support of far-right and ultra-Orthodox Jewish groups. Since then, tensions between Israelis and Palestinians have increased. This new violence comes against a backdrop of a really sudden escalation, following the death on Thursday of nine Palestinians, including fighters and a sixty-year-old man, in a raid by Israeli forces in Jenin in the West Bank, an Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory. In the field since 1967.

seven civilians killed Shot by a 21-year-old Palestinian near the synagogue friday. The assailant has been shot. Police said in a press release that the attack took place at Neve Ya’akov during the beginning of Shabbat prayers at around 8:15 p.m. It is a neighborhood in East Jerusalem, part of the Holy City that is occupied by Israel.

Second attack in East Jerusalem According to Israeli emergency services, two people were injured on Saturday. Police say they have identified a 13-year-old Palestinian as the attacker “neutralize”, Magen David Adom (MDA), the Israeli counterpart of the Red Cross, said the two victims were a 23-year-old man and a 47-year-old man. “gunshot wounds to upper body”,

Israeli executive has announced measures against “terrorist family”, in response to both attacks. At the end of a meeting, the Israeli Security Cabinet announced the revocation of rights to social security. “Families of terrorists supporting terrorism”, He also pointed out that to cancel a bill “Israeli ID Card” Families of this category will be discussed in the Council of Ministers on Monday.