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ZOF raid home of alleged attacker

Twenty-five Zionist military jeeps on Wednesday evening surrounded the Jenin-area home of a Palestinian police officer accused of killing a Zionist soldier near Nablus hours earlier.

The home of Muhammad Al-Khatib in the village of Ya’bad was placed under curfew as Zionist occupation questioned his relatives over allegations he attacked a soldier, the army said. Forces questioned Al-Khatib’s mother and brothers, the family said.

The army also searched the home for “incriminating evidence,” according to a military spokesman, after Al-Khatib allegedly stabbed a soldier through an open window of his military car while waiting at a traffic light near the Tappuh junction and the Za’tara checkpoint.

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