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Hebron: Palestinians Killed and a House Demolished


Two Palestinians Killed and a House Demolished In Hebron Palestinians of East Jerusalem Harassed by Jewish Settlers

HEBRON -- Israeli occupying forces tore down Thursday morning the house of Rafeeq Mohammed Al Kanibi in Hebron city, who was killed in fire and back fire with the Jewish settlers last night in Tel Al Rumeida illegal Jewish settlement in Hebron.

Following the incident the Israeli occupying forces imposed a curfew on the adjacent Palestinian neighborhoods surrounding the Jewish settlement of Tel Al Rumeida.

Palestinian security sources told IPC correspondent that the Israeli forces had also closed all the roads and roundabouts connecting the above-mentioned settlement with the Palestinian areas.

In a separate incident, in a cold blooded murder, the Israeli occupation forces had assassinated Wednesday dawn Abed Al Hadi Al Natsha in Hebron city.

Al Natasha’s relatives accounted on that Al Natsha was shot and wounded in his foot before the Israeli soldiers arrested him, shortly after the soldiers executed him by shooting his head from a close distance.

In occupied east Jerusalem, The Jewish settlers in the occupied east Jerusalem impaired a number of Palestinian vehicles Thursday morning in Al Musrara neighborhood close to road No. (1) and smashed the glasses of others, IPC Correspondent said.

Witnesses told IPC correspondent that the Jerusalemite citizens were shocked when they got out of Al-Aqsa mosque after performing the dawn prayer and witnessed their broken cars.

The Jewish settlers’ molest came after a 24 hours of the provocative visit by Israel's Interior Security Minister Tzahi Hanegbi to Al-Aqsa mosque compound, one of the Islamic holiest sites, on Wednesday, October 22

Meanwhile, a massive contingent of Israeli troops incurred Thursday dawn into Kfar Ein village, North West of Ramallah city as megaphones publicly proclaimed a curfew, WAFA said.

The locals said that about 25 Israeli tanks, supported by copters, stormed the aforementioned village. Afterwards, the Israeli troops took positions at the village school and started to group the citizens under 40 years old, after breaking into their houses and messing them up.

In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces had rounded up Wednesday seven Palestinians.

In khan Younis city of Gaza Strip, the Israeli bulldozers had razed a brick factory and arable lands of Abu Marazeeq area, west of Al Qarara town of khan Younis, IPC correspondent said.

The Israeli bulldozers, backed by several tanks, advanced deep into the aforementioned area and knocked down a brick factory owned by Al-Abadla family while the arable land owned by Othman Al-Abadlah was razed, beside the digging of Salah Al-Din road, crossing al Qarara town.


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