Israeli occupation forces raid Jenin, kill Palestinian

Randolph Lopez
January 18, 2018

The operation ended with the demolition of the building housing the suspects.

Reports say Israeli forces had stationed themselves at the entrance of Nabi Saleh an hour before the protest, preventing many foreign activists and journalists from entering the village after which they dispersed protesters with teargas. "Palestinian rioters hurled IEDs, blocks and rocks and fired at the forces".

In a shootout that ensued, they killed one terrorist and arrested several others.

"In order to disperse the violent riot, forces responded with riot dispersal means and fired live rounds selectively", it said.

Raziel Shevah, a 35-year-old rabbi, was shot dead near Havat Gilad, the illegal Jewish settlement outpost he lived in near the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, on January 9.

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The Israeli troops shot one Palestinian gunman dead and detained another.

Israeli army forces early Thursday broke into the occupied West Bank northern city of Jenin where they killed a Palestinian and demolished three residential houses, according to local officials and eyewitness accounts.

Eighteen Palestinians have been killed since Trump's declaration, a lot of them by Israeli occupation forces during protests against Israel's occupation.

According to society spokesperson Fidaa Najada, roughly 950 Palestinians have been detained - including 18 women and 235 children - since demonstrations erupted in the Palestinian territories in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on December 6 to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

"The deprivation of liberty of children shall only be used as a measure of last resort and for the shortest appropriate period of time, and the best interests of the child are to be a primary concern", it said.

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