June 16, 2024

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Gaza cease-fire plan by UN  Security Council supports

Gaza cease-fire plan by UN Security Council supports

Four Palestinians were killed in the occupied West Bank by Israeli forces

The Palestinian Authority (PA), which sits in the occupied West Bank, announced the death of four Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the village of Kfar Niama, northwest of Ramallah, overnight from Monday to Tuesday.

In the process, Fatah, the party of PA leader Mahmoud Abbas, a “General Strike” Tuesday in the Ramallah sector to condemn these “murders” All inside “now” However a demonstration in support of the Palestinian prisoners was planned.

Israeli police said in a statement that one of the four people killed had struck the Sde Ephraim forest settlement in the occupied West Bank hours earlier. Police and army forces went to Ghafar Niama “Arrest one of the terrorists who attacked the Jews and set fire to a mobile home on the Sdé Ephraim farm”The police explained.

“Once the police reached the place where the suspects were hiding, the terrorist [de Sdé Ephraïm] Three others tried to flee in a vehicle and even ran into undercover agents operating in the area. The police opened fire on the vehicle and defeated the terrorists.Claiming they found it, they called the police “Explosives” and a machine gun on site.

Violence has intensified in the West Bank, occupied by the Israeli military since 1967, since the start of the war between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Since October 7, at least 524 Palestinians have been killed – including four deaths on Monday. Evening – In the occupied West Bank, Israeli soldiers or settlers, according to Palestinian officials.

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At least fourteen Israelis were killed in the region during the same period, according to an Agence France-Presse tally based on official Israeli figures.