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Hebron: Israel Blows Up House, Kills Five People

Five Palestinians Killed and A House Blew up by the Israeli Occupation

PALESTINE, -- Israeli occupying forces (IOF) killed Tuesday four Palestinians in separate incidents, as the fifth died of his wounds he sustained after being shot and blew up one house in Hebron.

Ahmed Khameis Atteia, 29, was shot dead Wednesday morning by the Israeli occupying forces in Qulqelia city of the West Bank, IPC correspondent said.

A contingent of Israeli occupation troop invaded Qulqelia city from several axis under a volley of machine gun fire towards the civilians’ houses, resulting in the instant killing of Atteia. Afterwards the soldiers abducted his corpse to unknown destination, IPC correspondent said.

Earlier, in Jenin city, Fadi Tawfeeq Assasa , 21, has died of his wounds he sustained by the Israeli occupying forces in Muthlath Al Shuhda’ village, south of Hebron, Palestinian medical sources said.

On last evening, the Israeli occupying forces shot wounded a 12 year old Ahmed Mustafa Al Tirawe, from balata refugee camp, WAFA news agency reported.

Witnesses told IPC correspondent that the Israeli soldiers shot Al Tirawe with no eligible warrant.

Two other Palestinians were shot and killed by IOF Tuesday evening in Wadi village, south east of Gaza city, Palestine News Agency (WAFA) reported.

Palestinian security directorate mentioned that the Israeli occupying forces had handed out the two corpses of Hadi Saleim Ayash and Ali Mustfa Abu Taha, in their twenties, whom afterwards were vacated to al Aqsa hospital of Deir al Balah, south Gaza city.

In Hebron city of the West Bank, the Israeli occupying forces detonated Wednesday dawn a housing building, IPC said.

IPC Correspondent said that the Israeli troops forced the family of the Palestinian prisoner Shadi Abu Shkhedim whom sentenced seven- life –imprisonment inside the Israeli jail, out of the house under the threat of force before having blown up the two- storey- house.

The gigantic explosion wrecked blatant damages to the neighboring houses.

On Tuesday evening, a Palestinian was killed instantly and seventeen Palestinians were wounded, two critically, during the Israeli incursion into Rammallah and Al Birah cities of the West Bank, Palestinian medical sources said.

The same sources added Ramzi Jardat , 23, was shot and killed when the Israeli occupation forces opened fire toward a gather of Palestinian youngsters besides, all the injuries caused by shootings of live ammunitions and rubber coated steal bullets.

Nearly 40 military vehicles loaded with IOF troops overrun the city of the Ramallah and the nearby town of Al Birah, and imposed tight curfew on both of them. Several Palestinian citizens were stranded in some areas, unable to leave their positions, as the Israeli soldiers opened fire at any moving thing, IPC correspondent said.


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