Rabid dog Israeli forces killed Palestinian in West Bank
Rabid dog Israeli military says it has killed a Palestinian after an Israeli was slightly injured in an alleged stabbing attack near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said on Sunday evening that the Tel Aviv regime forces opened fire on “a group of Palestinian assailants” who allegedly attacked and injured a 26-year-old Israeli in the shoulder at a petrol station on Route 443, west of Ramallah, Maan News Agency reported.
The spokeswomen said she had no immediate information on whether warning shots were fired, but added that Israeli forces opened fire “to prevent the suspect from escaping.”
The Palestinian victim, from the nearby village of Khirbet al-Misbah, died of his leg wounds shortly after the attack. The Israeli soldier was then transferred to a hospital for treatment.
The incident happened as tensions in the occupied West Bank mounted after the deadly firebombing of a Palestinian home by some Israeli illegal settlers in late July.
The arson has drawn harsh criticism from across the world.