a lawyer and two Palestinian teenagers killed on the fringes of an Israeli army operation in the occupied West Bank

The three people were killed on Wednesday in the occupied West Bank, where Israeli forces say they are tracking suspects linked to recent attacks in the metropolis of Tel Aviv.

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Two Palestinian teenagers and a lawyer were murdered in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, April 13 where Israeli troops say they are tracking suspects linked to recent attacks in the metropolis of Tel Aviv. A 16-year-old boy was shot dead in Husan. Another young man, 18 years old, died in the village of Silwad, near the city of Ramallah. Finally the 34-year-old lawyer Mohammad Hassan Mohammad Assaf, was killed near the city of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.

Mohammad Hassan Mohammad Assaf is dead “after being shot in the chest by the Israeli occupying army during the aggression on the city of Nablus”, in the northern West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry said. Mohammed Assaf “was a fierce defender of his people”paid tribute to him by the Commission for the Resistance to Colonization and the Wall, a Palestinian Authority entity for which he worked.

As for the death of the 16-year-old teenager, the tragedy took place during an operation by Israeli forces against Husan, a village near the city of Bethlehem in the south of the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian ministry said in a statement. declaration. The Israeli military, in turn, has clarified that:Suspect threw Molotov cocktail at soldiers instead of Husan and the soldiers retaliated by firing at “live ammunition to stop the imminent threat”without indicating whether the suspect is dead.

Finally, as for the 18-year-old teen, it was: “shot in the box by live ammunition” drawn “by the Israeli army”the Palestinian Ministry of Health said. According to the ministry, the teen’s death followed a clash after the arrest of a person in the village of Silwad near the city of Ramallah, which also left six injured.

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