Palestinian killed following wounding Israeli guard at West Bank settlement – army

By Eli Berlzon

KARMEI TZUR, West Bank (Reuters) &#8211 A Palestinian assailant was shot lifeless on Wednesday right after stabbing a protection guard at the entrance to a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Financial institution, the Israeli military explained.

The civilian guard, stationed at the Karmei Tzur settlement north of the city of Hebron, was a bit wounded. Yet another protection guard shot and killed the attacker, the navy mentioned in a statement.

Tensions have risen in the West Lender because U.S. President Donald Trump&#8217s Dec. 6 recognition of Jerusalem as Israel&#8217s capital, overturning decades of U.S. policy that its status should be decided in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.

Late on Tuesday, Israeli forces shot lifeless a Palestinian for the duration of a raid in the West Bank city of Nablus that led to confrontation with citizens, Palestinian health officers mentioned.

Khaled Taeh, the 22-12 months-outdated Palestinian killed throughout the procedure, was buried on Wednesday. Close to five,000 folks attended his funeral procession, which began in his neighbourhood east of the city and ended in a cemetery in south Nablus. Several waved Palestinian flags and banners of various political factions.

In a statement, the military stated troops experienced been searching in Nablus for an assailant who fatally stabbed Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal, 29, at the entrance to the Jewish settlement of Ariel in the West Financial institution on Monday. Ben-Gal was buried on Tuesday in the Har Bracha settlement exactly where he lived.

Ben-Gal&#8217s alleged attacker was not apprehended in the Nablus operation, during which about five hundred Palestinians hurled rocks, hearth bombs and explosive gadgets and fired live rounds at the troopers, the navy said.

The troops responded with warning pictures in the air, the statement added.

Also on Tuesday, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian gunman in the West Bank village of Yamoun and said he was the head of a militant cell accountable for an ambush in which a Jewish settler was shot lifeless on Jan. nine.

Israel had been hunting for the ultimate member of the mobile which it explained killed Rabbi Raziel Shevah in a drive-by taking pictures. Commandos experienced already killed a single of the gunmen involved and captured an additional.

(Creating by Jeffrey Heller Editing by Nick Macfie and Richard Balmforth)

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