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Palestinian Territories Breaking News

Palestinian Territories Breaking News

12:00-- a squad of Jewish settlers attacked the Palestinian quarter of al wad in the old town of occupied east Jerusalem, WAFA said.

11:35-- Israeli occupying forces rounded up four Palestinians in Al Rama village, south west of Jenin, WAFA said.

11:25-- Israeli occupying forces cordoned off two houses in Qulqelia city and arrested its dwellers, IPC said.

08:45-- Waleed Abed Al Wahab,30, was killed and five others were wounded including three children in Al Barazil neighborhood of Rafah by the Israeli forces, WAFA said.

08:00-- Israeli soldiers took up positions on the rooftops of the overlooking houses in Al Barzil neighborhood of Rafah city and sniped indiscriminately the civilians, witnesses said.

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