Israeli commando assassinates Palestinian man in Nabi Saleh Northwest of Ramallah

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 17, 2017

This does not, however, prevent the Palestinian Authority from continuing its "pay to slay" policy that rewards its citizens for attempting to carry out attacks against Israelis for whatever the reason. Soldiers uncovered two bullet casings in the area.

Israeli security forces killed a suspected Palestinian attacker during an overnight raid in the West Bank, the Israeli army said on Sunday.

The ISA, Israel Police and IDF said in a joint statement they will "continue to take determined action to thwart terrorist attacks and quickly solve those attacks committed against Israeli civilians and security forces".

According to the Shin Bet, Halil, 34, was a former member of the Palestinian Authority's security services.

On Sunday, she handed herself in to the PA police and was placed under arrest. He committed both attacks together with his fiancée, Ruan Ambar, apparently as a result of their families' rejection of their engagement. The IDF fired in response, killing the assailant and injuring one other suspect who was treated for mild injuries on the scene and taken into custody.

Following the shooting, dozens of soldiers invaded Nabi Saleh to conduct arrests and searches of homes and property, before the young man reportedly "pointed his gun at the soldiers who shot him dead". According to the military, during an arrest raid in the Deheishe refugee camp, outside Bethlehem, Palestinians began throwing large rocks and explosive devices at the troops.

The army also said that the suspect opened fire on a West Bank IDF post near Nabi Saleh on Saturday.

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