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Israeli Commandos Storm Salah Al Jermi’s House

Israeli Commandos Storm Salah Al Jermi’s House

BREAKING NEWS October 14, 03

11:05-- An IOF Commando stormed the house of Salah Al Jermi in Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus, after they had used dynamites to blast the door open, shot heavy fire and messed up all the house contains, IPC said.

11:00-- Palestinian medical sources of Doura in Hebron city confirmed that the Israeli forces shot and killed an armless Palestinian, when opened fire toward him nearby the illegal Jewish settlement of “Nighout”, WAFA said.

10:40-- Basem Eshtaiwe, Akram Eshtaiwe and Mohmmed Noufal, 19, were arrested by Israeli occupation forces in Kafr Qadoum and Jeoss towns of Qulqelia in the west bank, WAFA said .

09:00-- Israeli occupation forces arrested four Palestinian civilians from Tal village south west of Nablus city, IPC said.

08:15-- Two Israeli bulldozers backed by four convoys advanced 400 meters deep in Al Mahata area and Abu Areif Street and razed vast arable areas, witnesses mentioned.


08:00-- Massive IOF troops once again invades the refugee camp of Rafah, south Gaza Strip, IPC said.

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