Palestinian ambulance driver shot dead by “Israeli” settlers in Nablus

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Published: 2024-04-20 19:19

Last Updated: 2024-05-29 13:44


Palestinian ambulance driver shot dead by “Israeli” settlers in Nablus
Palestinian ambulance driver shot dead by “Israeli” settlers in Nablus

A Palestinian ambulance driver was killed by “Israeli” settlers south of Nablus in the West Bank on Saturday - per Roya’s correspondent.

Earlier today, three individuals were injured by settler gunfire in the village of Sawiya, south of Nablus.


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Settlers, under the protection of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF), continue to launch attacks targeting several areas in the West Bank, including the village of Rujeib east of Nablus, Palestinian vehicles near Jericho, and west of the city of Dura south of Hebron.


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The IOF announced on Saturday that eight of its soldiers, and a border police officer were injured in what it claimed to be a “counter-terrorism” operation in Tulkarm, West Bank.

All of the injured personnel range between being lightly and moderately injured - according to the IOF’s statement.

The incursion into Nur Shams has been ongoing for almost two days now.

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