Three Israelis killed in illegal settlement in West Bank

Three Israelis killed in illegal settlement in West Bank

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Israeli occupation forces murdered three Palestinian civilians and wounded more than 450 others across occupied Palestine

Three illegal Israeli squatters were killed and fourth was wounded in illegal Israeli Jewish settlement of Neve Tsuf on Friday, Israeli media announced on Friday.
Earlier today, the Israeli occupation forces stormed a Jerusalem hospital to arrest injured Palestinians, while denying Human Rights Watch’s Palestine Director access to the hospital.

Three illegal Israeli squatters were killed and fourth was wounded in illegal Israeli Jewish settlement of Neve Tsuf in West Bank, Israeli media announced on Friday.

In a statement, the Israeli occupation army described the four squatters as Israeli civilians and that the assailant was also shot.

The Israel Radio identified the assailant as a 19-year-old Palestinian from the West Bank village of Khobar near Ramallah.

In what is being termed the Day of Rage, thousands of Palestinians across the occupied territories are protesting Israeli impositions on Al-Aqsa today.

Earlier today, the Israeli occupation forces stormed a Jerusalem hospital to arrest injured Palestinians, while denying Human Rights Watch’s Palestine Director access to the hospital.

Marches protesting the Israeli measures against Al-Aqsa Mosque have taken place across the globe, while many world leaders have been applying pressure on Israel to return to the status quo.

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