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IOF Kills Two Palestinians in Hebron

IOF Kills Two Palestinians in Hebron


HEBRON, Palestine, June 9, 2003, IPC+ WAFA-- Two Palestinians were killed Sunday by Israeli occupation soldiers in the historic Old Town of Hebron, IPC.

Palestinian sources affirmed Israeli occupation forces (IOF) circled a civilian house in the said area.

As well, about 12 Palestinian civilians were arrested by Israeli occupation forces in Hebron, Agencies.

Meanwhile, IOF stormed Palestinian houses, opened fire at residents intensively and randomly, and imposed a tight curfew on the city, according to eyewitnesses.

In Jenin City, Israeli occupation forces imposed Sunday a restrict curfew on Zaboba town, western the city and physically attacked a number of the city residents.

Zabona mayor, Mohammed Jaradat said, IOF were intensively deployed within the village amid intensive, sporadic fire shooting at Palestinian houses and civilians, then they imposed a tight curfew on the village.

Jaradat as well added, Israeli occupation forces did not settle for this, but they led more than 12 civilians into an Israeli military outpost to abuse them physically by beating them ruthlessly.

Things in Gaza Strip were not better; Israeli occupation forces furthered its aggression against Palestinian civilians allover the Strip.

In Beit Hanoun, Israeli occupation forces blocked Salah Al Din Street by placing sand barriers in the area between the Palestinian taxes area and the industrial zone, northern Gaza Strip.

Eyewitnesses told IPC correspondent, IOF incurred into Beit Hanoun area of “Ezba” amid intensive shooting.

In Khan Yunis, Israeli occupation soldiers opened their heavy ammunition at Palestinian houses in Al Delta area, eastern Khan Yunis.

In Rafah City, Israeli military bulldozers leveled a number of houses in Al Salam neighborhood of the city, WAFA reported.

Mean while, Israeli combating helicopters circled all night over Gaza Strip sky, due to which a state of horror spread among civilians mostly children.

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