Rabid zionist dogs Kill Three Palestinians in Gaza, Occupied West Bank
Zionist occupation shot a Palestinian driver dead in the occupied West Bank on Friday and left another injured for trying to run down occupation soldiers.
Troops later shot dead another man in clashes at Sinjil village northeast of the West Bank city of Ramallah, Palestinian health officials said, naming him as Nashat Asfour, 33.
A Zionist army spokeswoman said that occupation troops came under attack by rock-throwing Palestinians there, and after they ignored warning shots and calls to disperse, “a shot was fired at an instigator and a hit was identified.”
He was the third Palestinian killed on Friday, a traditional day of anti-occupation protest following weekly prayers.
Near the village of Silwad, northwest of Ramallah, Mohammad Ayad, 20, was killed as he tried to steer his vehicle into a group of border police and soldiers, Zionist police said.
In the Gaza Strip, soldiers shot dead a Palestinian protester and wounded another 41 people during clashes along the border with occupied territories, the Palestinian health ministry said.
Palestinian Health ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra told AFP that 31 of the wounded were hit by live fire and the other 10 by rubber bullets.
Also Friday in the West Bank, a Palestinian driver tried unsuccessfully to run down Zionist security forces before he was shot, wounded and arrested, occupation police said.
The incident occurred at the Qalandiya checkpoint, near Ramallah and close to a refugee camp of the same name, where Zionist soldiers on Wednesday shot dead two Palestinians who tried to ram their cars into troops in separate attacks.
Violence in Palestine erupted since a group of Zionist settlers stormed AL-Aqsa compound in occupied al-Quds under the protection of Zionist security forces, killing so far 102 Palestinians and claiming 17 Zionists.
Few Palestinians of those who were killed have been young people who carried out or tried to carry out stabbing and running over operations, while many other Palestinian martyrs have been shot dead by Zionist security forces during clashes.
The international community has repeatedly called for moves to reduce tensions but Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to step up punitive measures.