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Palestinian killed, several injured in Khan Younis airstrike
4 Palestinians injured after Israeli forces raid Qabatiya
Published Wednesday 12/02/2014 (updated) 14/02/2014 10:02
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JENIN (Ma'an) -- Four Palestinians were injured after being shot in clashes with Israeli forces that broke out in Qabatiya in the northern West Bank on Wednesday afternoon.

Local sources told Ma'an that clashes erupted after Israeli soldiers raided the area near the Shuhad junction and dozens of Palestinian youths responded.

Palestinians threw rocks and empty bottles, while Israeli forces fired live bullets and tear gas, injuring four.

Mohammad Kamal Tazaza was shot in the hand, Ali Taysir Zakarneh and Nizaruddin Khoza'a were shot in their feet, and Samer Asasaa was hit directly by a tear gas canister, according to local sources.

All of the injured were taken to Jenin hospital.

An Israeli army spokeswoman did not immediately return calls seeking comment.

The internationally recognized Palestinian territories of which the West Bank and East Jerusalem form a part have been occupied by the Israeli military since 1967.
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1 ) Rachamim Dwek / Israel
15/02/2014 06:09
"Settlers raided," your foreign readers will not know it but Qabatiyyah is the epicentre of the Fatah Black Panthers whose founder was released 6 weeks ago. Do you really expect anyone but naive foreigners to believe unarmed "Settlers" ran into that town? As for the closing sentence, about Israel "Occupying" Palestine since 1967, who Occupied it before 1967? You cannot Occupy a nation that has never existed. Nor were Jordan and Egypt ever accused of "Occupying Palestine."
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